Synonyms: Bartsia viscosa, Bellardia viscosa
Common names: yellow glandweed; sticky parentucellia; broadleaved glandweed
Parentucellia viscosa (yellow glandweed, sticky parentucellia) is an annual forb/herb (family Scrophulariaceae) that invades wetland prairies along the coast and pastures in the Sierra Nevada. It is especially invasive on dune wetlands at the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge.Rating: Limited
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- Pickart, A. J. and K. S. Wear (1999). The ecology of Parentucellia viscosa in dune wetlands. California Exotic Pest Plant Council Symposium '99. Sacramento, CA.
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- Pickart, A. (1996). Call for information: Parentucellia viscosa. CalEPPC News. 4: 9.
- Pickart, A. and K. Wear (2000). Parentucellia viscosa invades dune wetlands of northern California. CalEPPC News. 8: 11.