||L. stands for Carl Linneaus, a Swedish botanist and zoologist living from 1707 - 1778, who formed the binomial nomenclature system for scientific naming of species (the two part name). His initial after a scientific name indicates he was the authority for that species name.
||Indicates the actual species name cannot or need not be specified. Example: Lilium sp. indicates a single species in the genus Lilium that is not known or does not need to be specified.
||(plural) indicates "several species", two or more species of the given genus. Example: Lilium spp. indicates 2 or more species in the genus that cannot or do not need to be distinguished.
|Use - Unknown
||A record for this plant exists but does not include explicit information about the plant's cultural use. It is probable the Myaamia used the plant.
||Sources of any botanical data for this plant species that is not related to its cultural use or significance.
||Data indirectly related to Myaamia ethnobotany, including non-Myaamia uses of the plant in contemporary and historic times.
|Myaamia Archival Sources
||All records of plant use obtained directly from a Myaamia tribal member in an interview, recorded by a second party or by self-recording.
||There exists use or other information about a certain, unknown plant species, but the specific species has not yet been determined.