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lepidium; Island = any. (11 records)

 

Brassicaceae -- The Caper, Mustard Family

Lepidium africanum (Burm. f.) DC.
Status: Naturalized
Distribution: K (Hanapepe)/ O (Schofield Barracks)/ M/ H (Hamakua and North Kona Districts)
Specimens


    Lepidium arbuscula Hillebr.
    Status: Endemic   
    Distribution: O (leeward Wa)
    1999 Conservation Status: Endangered
    United States Status: Endangered
    Specimens


      Lepidium bidentatum Montin var. o-waihiense (Cham. & Schltdl.) Fosberg
      Common name(s): peppergrass, pepperwort, `anaunau, `anounou, kunana, naunau
      Status: Endemic   
      Distribution: Ku/ Mi (ex)/ PH/ La (ex)/ K/ O/ Mo/ L/ M/ H
      1999 Conservation Status: Vulnerable
      United States Status: No Status
      Specimens


        Lepidium bonariense L. o-waihiense
        Status: Naturalized
        Distribution: H (Pohakuloa State Park)
        Specimens


          Lepidium densiflorum Schrad.
          Status: Naturalized
          Distribution: WM/ H
          Specimens


            Lepidium didymum L.
            Status: Naturalized
            Distribution: Mi/ PH/ La (Pac. Remote Isl. Natl. Wildlf. Refuge)/ HI
            Specimens


              Lepidium oblongum Small
              Status: Naturalized
              Distribution: Ni/ K/ O/ Mo/ L/ EM (Pu`u o Kali)/ Ka
              Specimens


                Lepidium orbiculare H. St. John
                Status: Endemic   
                Distribution: K (Ha`upu Ridge)
                1999 Conservation Status: Endangered
                United States Status: Candidate
                Specimens


                  Lepidium remyi Drake
                  Status: Endemic   
                  Distribution: H (ex)
                  1999 Conservation Status: Extinct
                  United States Status: No Status
                  Specimens


                    Lepidium serra H. Mann
                    Common name(s): peppergrass, pepperwort, `anaunau
                    Status: Endemic   
                    Distribution: K
                    1999 Conservation Status: Apparently Secure
                    United States Status: No Status
                    Specimens


                      Lepidium virginicum L.
                      Status: Naturalized
                      Distribution: Ku (Green Island)/ Mi/ K/ O/ Mo/ L/ M/ H
                      Specimens


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