UCR - University of California, Riverside Herbarium - Vascular Plants (UCR)
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Dudleya virens subsp. insularis
United States, California, Los Angeles, Palos Verdes Peninsula, south of Palos Verdes Dr. South, Rancho Palos Verdes near Los Angeles city boundary
30 meters (98ft)
Coastal bluffs above stony beach, eroding shale and mudstone; with Suaeda taxifolia, Encelia californica, Opuntia prolifera, O. littoralis, etc.
Fairly common succulent-leaved perennial on bluffs, mostly toward the top on ± hard layer. Lvs. in rosettes, stems clustered. None with open flowers.
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Angiosperm Phenological Traits
: Quality of a plant or portion of a plant that provides phenologically relevant information
: At least one reproductive structure of any kind is present (flowers, flower buds, fruits)
Unopen Flower present
: At least one unopen flower is present