Amianthium
Amianthium es un género monotípico de plantas bulbosas perennes con flores que contienen alcaloides tóxicos. Aunque todas las partes de la planta son tóxicas, el bulbo es particularmente venenoso. Su única especie: Amianthium muscitoxicum (Walter) A.Gray, Ann. Lyceum Nat. Hist. New York 4: 122 (1837), es originaria del este y centro de Estados Unidos.
El nombre científico fue dado por Thomas Walter cuando publicó su Flora caroliniana en el año 1788.
El bulbo fue mezclado con azúcar por los colonos americanos para matar a las moscas.
Los alcaloides tóxicos presentes en las raíces y las hojas incluyen jervina y amiantina.Amianthium es autoincompatible y es polinizada principalmente por los escarabajos.

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Amianthium - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Amianthium es un género monotípico de plantas bulbosas perennes con flores que contienen alcaloides tóxicos. Aunque todas las partes de la planta son ...
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Amianthium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amianthium is a monotypic genus of perennial plants growing from bulbs. It contains the single species Amianthium muscitoxicum, known in English as fly ...
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Amianthium muscitoxicum - USDA Plants Database
A PLANTS profile of Amianthium muscitoxicum (flypoison) from the USDA PLANTS database.
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US Wildflower - Fly Poison, Stagger Grass - Amianthium muscitoxicum
Photographs and References about Fly Poison, Stagger Grass - Amianthium muscitoxicum.
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Plantaemundi:Amianthium - Wikilengua
Amianthium spp. (Walter) A. Gray. Lengua/País, Nombre ...
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Amianthium muscaetoxicum - Medical Dictionary - The Free Dictionary
a plant species belonging to the family Liliaceae. A small onion-like plant; causes salivation, dyspnea, weakness. Called also fly poison, crow poison, ...
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Amianthium in Flora of North America @ efloras.org
Amianthium A. Gray, Ann. Lyceum Nat. Hist. New York. 4: 121. 1837. [name conserved]. Fly-poison, crow-poison, St. Elmo's-feather, staggergrass [merged Greek ...
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Pacific Bulb Society | Amianthium
6 Apr 2011 ... Amianthium is a monotypic genus once considered to belong to the Liliaceae family and now being proposed for the Melanthiaceae family.
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Amianthium muscaetoxicum - Research at Penn Vet
GENUS: Amianthium. Amianthium muscaetoxicum (Walt.) Gray - Fly poison. FAMILY: Liliaceae—the Lily Family. Found worldwide, this major group of plants ...
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Amianthium muscitoxicum (Fly poison) | NPIN
Amianthium muscitoxicum (Walt.) Gray. Fly poison, Crow poison. Liliaceae (Lily Family). USDA Symbol: AMMU. USDA Native Status: Native to U.S. ...
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Amianthium - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Amianthium es un género monotípico de plantas bulbosas perennes con flores que ... University of Georgia Press, ISBN 0-8203-2181-8, states that the bulb was ...
Amianthium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
USDA-NRCS PLANTS database. ^ a b c d e "Amianthium". Flora of North America. ^ Appalachian Wildflowers by Thomas E. Hemmerly. University of Georgia ...
Amianthium muscitoxicum - USDA Plants Database
A PLANTS profile of Amianthium muscitoxicum (flypoison) from the USDA PLANTS ... View species account from Native American Ethnobotany (University of ...
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Department of Biological Science, Florida State University,. Tallahassee, Florida 32306. A B S T R A C T. Observations of insects on Amianthium muscaetoxicum ...
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3 Department of Botany, Duke University, Durham, NC 27706, USA. Summary. The ecological potential for multiple mating is high in Amianthium muscaetoxicum ...
amianthium muscaetoxicum - University of Georgia
Crow poison is a perennial herb that grows from a bulb. The leaves are thin and long arising from the base of the plant. The flowers form an elongated cluster at ...
Wildflowers: Amianthium muscitoxicum
Amianthium muscitoxicum. Common Name Fly poison. Wildflowers ... Erv Evans, Consumer Horticulturist Shoprights NC State University Images © by Erv ...
Amianthium - Genus Page - APA: Alabama Plant Atlas
6 May 2013 ... Alabama Herbarium Consortium · University of West Alabama · Outside Links. Skip Navigation Links ... Amianthium. Jump to a section: ...
US Wildflower - Fly Poison, Stagger Grass - Amianthium muscitoxicum
Photographs and References about Fly Poison, Stagger Grass - Amianthium ... The University of Tennessee Forest Resources Research and Education Center ...
Amianthium • Información sobre los Amianthium • - finanzalarm
Amianthium - Expertos, especialistas, profesionales, e información a ... University of Georgia Press, ISBN 0-8203-2181-8, states that the bulb was mixed with ...
Libros sobre el término Amianthium
Articles on Liliaceae, Including: Muilla, Clintonia, Gagea, ...
Articles on Liliaceae, Including: Muilla, Clintonia, Gagea, ...
Hephaestus Books, 2011
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Toxic Plants of North America
Toxic Plants of North America
George E. Burrows, Ronald J. Tyrl, 2012
Although morphologically similar to the genus Zigadenus and included within it at one time (Zomlefer 1997), Amianthium lacks tepal nectaries and can be readily distinguished from Zigadenus (Utech 1986). Subsequent phylogenetic analyses ...
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Amianthium muscaetoxicum, allen spring gap, lookout mountain, walker county, georgia 2
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Fly Poison – Amianthium muscitoxicum – Added to USWildflowers Database @ USWildflowers.com Journal
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Fly poison are among my favorite early summer wildflowers along the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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Amianthium muscitoxicum | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos
Fly-poison Blooming time: May-July Occurs: mountains, piedmont and coastal plain Habitat: mesic forests, roadsides and pine savannas Common
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Earth is Crammed with Heaven...: Crow Poison (Amianthium muscaetoxicum)
"Fueled by a million created wings of firethe rocket tore a tunnel through the sky and everybody cheered. Fueled only by the mystery of warm, moist soil, and a beckoning sun,the seedling urged its way through the thicknesses of black -and as it pierced the heavy ceiling of soil and launched itself up into outer space -no one even clapped.
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Using Georgia Native Plants: Native Plants in Containers
Native plants really belong in vast tracts of preserved habitat. There they grow and thrive, spreading their roots as far as they need to and scattering seed on hospitable ground.
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amianthium - Цвет души
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On Rappel!: Birthday Cliff Hike
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Green Swamp Spring 2013 | A Place Unlike Any Other
An account of The Nature Conservancy North Carolina's Southeast Coastal Plain program
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#NPOD: Fly Poison #Nativeplants @ USWildflowers.com Journal
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