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Erythranthe moschata (Douglas ex Lindley) Nesom. Muskflower, Musky Monkey-flower. Phen: Jul-Aug; Aug-Sep. Hab: Streambanks, brookbanks, saturated soil of cold springs. Dist: NL (Newfoundland) and QC west to MI, south to w. VA, WV, NC, and MI, and in w. North America. The native/naturalized status of E. moschata in e. North America is controversial, but some at least of our populations appear to be native, occurring in situations where very unlikely to have been introduced.

Origin/Endemic status: Native

Synonymy: = FNA17, NY, Barker et al (2012), Nesom (2012f); = Mimulus moschatus Douglas ex Lindl. – C, F, G, K3, Mi, Pa, RAB, Va, W, WV, Pennell (1935); > Mimulus moschatus Douglas ex Lindl. var. moschatus – K1, NE

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