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Chronological account
Pentagramma variegata Penner, 1947 synonym of Pentagramma douglasensis Penner, 1947 according to Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010)
Distribution map: extant taxa
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Geographical distribution
Canada (Manitoba)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
Canada (Ontario)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
Canada (Saskatchewan)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Idaho)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Illinois)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Kansas)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Michigan)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Minnesota)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Mississippi)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Missouri)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Montana)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (New Mexico)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (New York)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (North Dakota)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Oregon)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (South Dakota)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Utah)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
Biological interactions
Host-plant
Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani (C.C. Gmel.) Palla (Poales, Cyperaceae) according to Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010)