Crataegus columbiana

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The name Crataegus columbiana is a source of considerable confusion. The species named by Howell is now considered to be the same as C. douglasii, named earlier, and the earlier name should be used instead.[1] However, some varieties of C. columbiana have also been named that are not related to C. douglasii. C. columbiana has been used by some authors for Crataegus piperi Britton, which is now known as C. chrysocarpa var. piperi.[2][3]

For C. columbiana var. chrysocarpa (Ashe) Dorn see C. chrysocarpa Ashe.

For C. columbiana var. piperi (Britton) Eggl. see C. chrysocarpa var. piperi (Britton) Kruschke.

For C. columbiana var. occidentalis (Britton) Dorn see C. succulenta Schrad. ex. Link (including C. macracantha var. occidentalis (Britton) Eggl.).


  1. ^ Phipps, J.B. (1995). The identity of Crataegus columbiana and its relationship to C. piperi (Rosaceae). Taxon. 44(August): 405–408.
  2. ^ Phipps, J.B. (1998). Introduction to the red-fruited hawthorns (Crataegus, Rosaceae) of western North America. Canadian Journal of Botany. 76(11): 1863–1899.
  3. ^ Phipps, J.B.; O’Kennon, R.J. (2004). A review of Crataegus series Rotundifoliae (Rosaceae) in western Canada. Sida Contributions to Botany. 21(1): 65–77.