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|USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Plant Database 2006||Description||
This archaeological record may also indicate Camassia angusta, prairie cama, which is found in the same range as C. scilloides, although less widespread.
|Strezewski, M., McCullough, R., McCullough, D., Arnold, C., Wells, J. 2007||Use - Food||
A bulb fragment was recovered at an archaeological site at the late prehistoric (through 1791) Wea/French village near present day Prophetstown, Indiana.
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|Gleason, H.A. and Cronquist, A. 1991||Habitat||
Occurs in praires and moist open woods, sometimes as an escape, in eastern and western Myaamia lands.