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2.150649
Keckiella antirrhinoides
   Chaparral Beardtongue
G5
 
 
USA:  AZ, CA, NV
 

2.151437
Penstemon abietinus
   Firleaf Beardtongue
G2
 
 
USA:  UT
 

2.133228
Penstemon absarokensis
   Absaroka Beardtongue
G2
 
 
USA:  WY
 

2.158716
Penstemon acaulis
   Stemless Beardtongue
G2
 
 
USA:  UT, WY
 

2.136068
Penstemon acuminatus
   Sanddune Beardtongue
G5
 
 
USA:  ID, NV, OR, UT, WA
 

2.160427
Penstemon acuminatus var. acuminatus
   Sanddune Beardtongue
G5T2T4
 
 
USA:  NV, OR, WA
 

2.155226
Penstemon acuminatus var. latebracteatus
   Sanddune Beardtongue
G5T4?
 
 
USA:  OR
 

2.149274
Penstemon alamosensis
   Alamo Beardtongue
G3
 
 
USA:  NM, TX
 

2.142799
Penstemon albertinus
   Alberta Beardtongue
G4G5
 
 
CAN:  AB, BC
USA:  ID, MT
 

2.140952
Penstemon albidus
   White-flower Beardtongue
G5
 
 
CANNative and Exotic AB, MB, ONExotic, SK
USA:  CO, IA, KS, MN, MT, ND, NE, NM, OK, SD, TX, WY
 

2.127884
Penstemon albomarginatus
   White-margin Beardtongue
G2
 
 
USA:  AZ, CA, NV
 

2.134408
Penstemon alluviorum
   Lowland Beardtongue
G4?
 
 
USA:  AL, AR, IL, IN, KY, MD, MO, MS, OH, TN
 

2.155468
Penstemon ambiguus
   Pink Plains Beardtongue
G4G5
 
 
USA:  AZ, CO, KS, NE, NM, NV, OK, TX, UT, WY
 

2.159359
Penstemon ambiguus var. ambiguus
   Pink Plains Beardtongue
G4G5T4T5
 
 
USA:  KS, NM, TX
 

2.131649
Penstemon ambiguus var. laevissimus
   Pink Plains Beardtongue
G4G5T2T4
 
 
USA:  AZ, NM, NV, TX, UT, WY
 

2.149000
Penstemon ammophilus
   Canaan Mountain Beardtongue
G2
 
 
USA:  UT
 

2.145232
Penstemon anguineus
   Siskiyou Beardtongue
G4
 
 
USA:  CA, OR
 

2.154939
Penstemon angustifolius
   Narrowleaf Beardtongue
G5
 
 
USA:  AZ, CO, KS, MT, ND, NE, NM, OK, SD, UT, WY
 

2.132102
Penstemon angustifolius var. angustifolius
   Narrowleaf Beardtongue
G5T3T5
 
 
USA:  CO, MT, ND, NE, SD, WY
 

2.147045
Penstemon angustifolius var. caudatus
   Narrowleaf Beardtongue
G5T4?
 
 
USA:  CO, KS, NE, NM, OK, SD, WY
 
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