Content tagged "rangeland plants"

Rayless Goldenrod

Updated: April 08, 2011

Scientific Name: Isocoma plurifloraDistribution: Southwestern United States and MexicoType of Poison: TremetolSigns of Poisoning: Growth Characteristics: An...

Milkweed

Updated: April 07, 2011

Scientific Name: Asclepias spp.Distribution: Throughout the United States, Canada, and MexicoType of Poison: Glucosidic substancesSigns of Poisoning: Growth...

Milkvetch

Updated: April 07, 2011

Scientific Name: Astragalus spp.Distribution: Throughout the United States, Canada, and MexicoType of Poison: Glucosides of 3-nitropropionic acidSigns of...

Low Larkspur

Updated: April 07, 2011

Scientific Name: Delphinium spp.Distribution: Western United States and Western CanadaType of Poison: AlkaloidsSigns of Poisoning: Growth Characteristics: ...

Horsetail

Updated: April 07, 2011

Scientific Name: Equistem spp.Distribution: Throughout the United States and CanadaType of Poison: Thiaminase which causes thiamine deficiency in...

Hemp Dogbane

Updated: April 07, 2011

Scientific Name: Apocynum cannabinumDistribution: Throughout United States and CanadaType of Poison: Cymarin (a glycoside)Signs of Poisoning: Growth...

Halogeton

Updated: April 07, 2011

Scientific Name: Halogeton glomeratusDistribution: Western United StatesType of Poison: Sodium oxalateSigns of Poisoning: Growth Characteristics: Halogeton...

Chokecherry

Updated: April 07, 2011

Scientific Name: Prunus virginianaDistribution: Throughout the United States and Canada, but rare in the Southeastern U.S.Type of Poison: Hydrocyanic acid...

Arrowgrass

Updated: April 07, 2011

Scientific Name: Triglochin maritima and T. palustrisDistribution: Northern and Western United States and CanadaType of Poison: Hydrocyanic acid or prussic...

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