Mimulus alatus Aiton

Locations ofMimulus alatus Aiton in Virginia

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Phrymaceae, s.s.
Botanical Name
Mimulus alatus Aiton
Common Name
Winged Monkeyflower
Flora of Virginia Name/Status
Mimulus alatus Ait.
Molecular studies reveal the surprising result that Mimulus is allied with Phryma and should be placed in Phrymaceae; see AJB 89(7):1093-1102 (2002).
Floodplain forests, alluvial swamps, tidal swamps, seepage swamps, depression ponds, seasonally exposed flood-scoured bars and shores; also in old beaver impoundments, artificial ponds, ditches, and other disturbed wetlands. Most characteristic of seasonally flooded soils that draw down during the growing season. Frequent in the Coastal Plain and Piedmont; infrequent in the mountains.
Native Status

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