RSA - California Botanic Garden Herbarium (RSA:VascularPlants-)
Claytonia parviflora subsp. utahensis
(Rydb.) J.M. Miller & K. Chambers
John M. Miller (1990)
[Determined in Spring, 1990]
C. B. Wolf
United States, California, San Bernardino, Kingston Mountains. 0.1 mile east of summit of grade between Horse (thief) and Beck Springs.
Open E hillside; sun, dry limestone & granite gravel.
Purshia glandulosa, Cowania, Coleogyne, Ephedra viridis. Sun dry limestone and granite gravel, 1940 Burn. Annual. Open E hillslope. Height: 3-4 in. Spred: 3-4 in. Scattered. Herbish reddish tinged.
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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)
Open Flower present
: At least one open flower is present