|South American evening-primrose|
Willd. ex Spreng. 
Oenothera pubescens, known commonly as the South American evening-primrose, is a plant in the evening primrose family native to the Southwestern U.S. (southeastern California, Arizona, New Mexico, and western Texas); Mexico (more than 20 states); Guatemala; and Western South America (Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru). It is used locally in folk medicine.
- Jepson Manual treatment for Oenothera pubescens
- Malezas-de-Mexico: Oenothera pubescens - pictures and information — (in Spanish)
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