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1 INVENTORY of RARE AND ENDANGERED VASCULAR PLANTS of CALIFORNIA, Special Publication No. 1 (2nd Edition) California Native Plant Society April 1980

2 1 Alameda 35 COUNTY AND ISLAND CODES San Benito 2 Alpine 36 San Bernardino 3 Amador 37 San Diego 4 Butte 38 San Francisco 5 Calaveras 39 San Joaquin 6 Colusa 40 San Luis Obispo 7 Contra Costa 41 San Mateo 8 Del orte 9 El Dorado 10 Fresno 11 Glenn Humboldt 46 Sierra 13 Imperial 47 Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Shasta Siskiyou 14 Inyo 48 Solano 15 Kern 49 Sonoma 16 Kings 50 Stanislaus 17 Lake 51 Sutter 18 Lassen 52 Tehama 19 Los Angeles 53 Trinity 20 Madera 54 Tulare 21 Marin 55 Tuolumne 22 Mariposa 56 Ventura 23 Mendocino 57 Yolo 24 Merced 58 Yuba 25 Modoc 59 Anacapa Islands (Ventura County) 26 Mono 60 San Clemente Island (Los Angeles County) 27 Monterey 61 San Miguel Island (Santa Barbara County) 28 Napa 62 San Nicolas Island (Ventura County) 29 Nevada 63 Santa Barbara Island (Santa Barbara County) 30 Orange 64 Santa Catalina Island (Los Angeles County) 31 Placer 65 Santa Cruz Island (Santa Barbara County) 32 Plumas 66 Santa Rosa Island (Santa Barbara County) Rivers;de 67 Farallon Islands (San Francisco County) Sacramento ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS AZ -Arizona BA -Baja California, Mexico CE -California endangered plant CR -California rare plant FL -federally listed plant GU-Isla Guadalupe, Baja California NV - evada OR-Oregon SE -Smithsonian endangered plant SO-Sonora, Mexico -Smithsonian threatened plant SX-Smithsonian extinct plant +-this state and beyond ++-widespread outside California *-extinct or extirpated The cover illustration of Rai//ardella pringlei, a Trinity and Siskiyou Co. endemic, is by Christina Paleno of Arcata, Ca.

3 Second Edition Revised by James Payne Smith, Jr., R. Jane Cole, and John 0. Sawyer, Jr. In Collaboration with W. Robert Powell Special Publication No. 1 (2nd Edition) California Native Plant Society April 1980

4 I THE CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY Officers President August Fruge Vice President... Joseph Medeiros Recording Secretary... Virginia Rumble Corresponding Secretary... Arthur Manly, Jr. Treasurer... John Danielsen Rare Plant Scientific Advisory Committee Mary DeDecker Thomas C. Fuller Lawrence R. Heckard Thomas Oberbauer John 0. Sawyer, Jr. Robert A. Schlising James P. Smith, Jr. G. Ledyard Stebbins, Jr. Robert Thorne This is the second edition of the Inventory of Rare and Endangered Vascular Plants of California which first appeared in 1974 under the editorship of W. Robert Powell, Director of the Rare Plant Project. Copyright MCMLXXX California Native Plant Society 2380 Ellsworth, Suite D Berkeley, California 94704

5 TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface.... Introduction ii A Brief History of the CNPS Inventory iii Basis for Inclusion of Plants iii Some Definitions and Concepts iv The Plant Lists and How to Interpret Them v Listing of California Plants by Others... vi CNPS Policy Statement on Educational-Scientific Collecting vii Acknowledgements... vii The Plant Lists List 1- Plants Presumed Extinct List 2- Plants Rare and Endangered List 3- Plants Rare, But Not Endangered List 4- Plants Rare in California, Common Elsewhere Appendices Appendix 1- Plants Considered, But Not Included Appendix 2- Scientific Name Changes in This Edition Appendix 3- List of Quadrangle Maps References Index

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7 PREFACE The California Native Plant Society is dedicated to the preservation of our state's native flora. We believe that one important way to accomplish this goal is to assemble, evaluate, and distribute information on the rare and endangered plants of California. The purpose of this Inventory is to provide comprehensive and accurate data for such plants. The material contained in this reference has been generated and reviewed by professional and amateur botanists from throughout the state. Without their cooperation, this book would not have been possible. The Inventory is not the final word on California's rare and endangered plants. A compilation of this nature is always out-of-date at the time of its publication. The number of plants is so large, the genetic and ecological factors so varied, and the biological reactions of plants to the activities of man so complex, that this book is best regarded as a progress report. We welcome suggested additions and deletions of plants in the various lists. We are especially anxious to have errors brought to our attention. Because we feel so strongly that accurate and timely information is critical, the Society will issue updates of the Inventory at appropriate intervals. These supplements will be available for a small charge through a subscription plan. Write to the address below for details and to get on the mailing list. Please send comments, additions, deletions, corrections, and inqu1r1es regarding the supplement subscriptions to: Dr. James Payne Smith, Jr., Chairman Rare Plant Scientific Aqvisory Committee Department of Biology Humboldt State University Arcata, CA 95521

8 ii INTRODUCTION This book is a compilation of data on one of California's greatest natural treasures, its rare plants. Our state is widely known for its rich and varied flora. California's physical isolation behind tall mountain ranges and deserts and its characteristic summer-dry climate set the stage for the development of this complex and fascinating group of plants. Over 5000 plants are native, a number that is higher than that of the entire northeastern United States and adjacent Canada, an area ten times larger than California. Another thousand plants are weedy introductions to the state or escapes from gardens and agricultural fields. One of the most notable features of the California flora is that about one-third of the species are endemics, plants that are restricted to a particular locality or habitat within the state. If we define the flora in terms of the California Floristic Province (a unit including the Klamath Region of southern Oregon, the portion of California, west of the Cascade-Sierra Nevada axis, and a part of Baja, but excluding the deserts) then the degree of endemism (47.7%) is unparalleled in a continental flora. It was argued a few decades ago that these rare endemics are plants becoming extinct because of old age. We are seeing their last gasps at the end of a long evolutionary history. Others argued, quite to the contrary, that most rare plants are merely evolutionary children that have not had time to spread. We now realize that some endemics, such as the coast redwood, are ancient relicts; but most are of relatively recent origin. It has also been suggested that endemics are restricted because they are genetically impoverished, but this has not been demonstrated as a general feature of the group. Why then does California have so many rare plants, especially so many that are endemic? The primary factor may well be our climate, a regime of dry summers and cool, wet winters. Only in the Mediterranean Basin, Chile, and parts of Australia and South Africa do we find similar climates. Each is famous for its array of rare plants. A second factor is topography. Within the boundaries of this state are the extremes of low, subtropical desert to habitats above timberline. A third factor is the richness of geological formations and the diversity of soil types. These factors taken together go a long way toward explaining the high number of rare and endemi c plants in California, but the explanation is still incomplete. In a recent paper, Stebbins (1980) suggests that a synthetic theory is needed. He proposes a "gene pool-niche interaction theory" that takes into account climatic, topographic, and soil factors along with the evolutionary history and genetic structure of plant populations. Several papers treating in much more detail the California flora, endemism, and rare plants are cited in the references. This book is not the proper forum for a lengthy discussion of the value of rare plants and the merits of their preservation. An excellent review will be found in Prance and Elias (1977). But, we must note that California's flora, its rare plants especially, are increasingly threatened by the spread of our cities, towns, and roads, by our conversion of land to agriculture, and by pollution. The critical habitats that harbor the rare plants are being destroyed. Thirty or more may well have become extinct in the last century. Hundreds more are endangered and could perish if present trends continue. We in the California Native Plant Society hope that by providing location and status information on rare and endangered plants, we will have made a contribution toward saving them. We do not want to see this Inventory become an obituary list.

9 iii A BRIEF HIORY OF THE CNPS INVENTORY given below tell the portion of the total native flora in California represented in that particular group. In 1968, G. Ledyard Stebbins, who was then President of the Society, started a card file of California plants with a distribution of less than one hundred miles. These cards were sent to botanists to elicit comments, as was a list of almost 800 plants prepared by Roman Gankin. Several other in-house lists were also circulated for further evaluation. The first official CNPS list appeared in 1971, under the direction of Gan kin. It consisted of 520 plants. Three other lists appeared in the next few years, these under the direction of W. Robert Powell, who had become the Director of the Rare Plant Project. In July 1974, a number of professional and amateur botanists from throughout the state met for a mapping session at the University of California, Davis. This provided an excellent opportunity for the participants to share their knowledge and ignorance, hopes and frustrations regarding California's rare and endangered plants. It should be emphasized that from the beginning, CNPS rare plant investigations have been based upon the first hand knowledge and field experience of a statewide network of botanists who have been generous in their cooperation. The detailed mapping of locations and the confirmation of the existence of species and changes in population size continues as CNPS attempts to refine its data. In December 1974, the Society published the first edition of its Inventory of Rare and Endangered Vascular Plants of California. In its "Main List" were 704 plants of primary concern. A second list of 556 plants constituted a group of rare, but not presently endangered plants. One hundred and thirty-four plants were listed as having limited distributions, but not as rare. This brought the grand total of plants included in the first edition to 1394 species, subspecies, and varieties. At the time of its publication, the CNPS Inventory was the most detailed compilation of rare plant data for any state in the U.S. Since its appearance, the Inventory has become the most widely used reference on the subject. The staffs of city, county, state, and federal agencies, private consultants, conservationists, and botanists have come to rely upon it as the prime sources of information. In the last six years, many of these indi viduals have provided, in return, a large mass of new information, refinements, and correct ions. CNPS responded by issuing supplementary lists of additions and deletions. With each passing year, it became more obvious that a second edition of the Inventory was needed. In November 1979, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and CNPS cosponsored a second review conference, once again on the Davis campus. About fifty specialists gave freely of their time and energy to amend and correct provisional lists that CNPS had developed for a proposed second edition. The result of all of these efforts over the last six years is this document. A statistical comparison of the two editions may be of interest. We have regrouped the plants in the 1974 edition to parallel those of the revision. The percentages 1974 Edition No. plants % of flora List % List % List % List % Total % 1980 Edition No. plants % of flora List % List % List % List % Total % What is not evident in this comparison is the extent to which plants have been moved from one list to another. For example, 15 of the plants presumed extinct in the 1974 edition have been rediscovered in the wild. But, an almost equal number has been added to that group since The 45 plants in the 1974 edition are not the same as the 44 in the 1980 edition. BASIS FOR INCLUSION OF PLANTS Only vascular plants are considered for this inventory. This botanical designation refers to the plant groups commonly called ferns, fern allies, gymnosperms or cone-bearing evergreens, and flowering plants. Algae, fungi, lichens, mosses, and liverworts are not vascular plants and are, therefore, not treated. A plant must also be native to California. Ornamentals, plants escaping from cultivation, and naturalized plants are excluded. So are the sporadic, sterile hybrids that sometimes occur under natural conditions. The relatively trivial color variants and occasional departures from typical vegetative or floral conditions, which some botanists name as a forma, are similarly excluded. A plant must also be rare in California. This criterion is, admittedly, more arbitrary than those listed above. Since no statistically precise definition of rareness has been developed, differences in assessing this critical feature do exist. Most of the 300 or so plants in Appendix 1, plants considered but rejected, were eliminated because we felt that they were too abundant to include. It should be emphasized that this book focuses on California. Plants that are rare in California, but more common or even widespread outside the state are included.

10 iv A small number of plants that are still somewhat abundant in California have been listed. These are the very attractive or curious ones that have horticultural appeal to the commercial or private collector. The California cobra lily (Darlingtonia californica) is an example. SOME DEFINITIONS AND CONCEPTS The term plant is generally used to mean any organism that belongs to the vegetable kingdom. However, in this reference the word is used in a collective sense to indicate all of the individuals that are referable to a given scientific name. The information applies then to all of the individuals as they occur in California. The scientific name of a plant is the technical name that has been properly published according to the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature (ICBN). In its simplest form, a scientific name has three parts. The first is the genus or generic name. It is always the first element in the name and it is always capitalized. The second part is the specific epithet, often incorrectly called the species. These two Latin- or Greek-based words together make up the species name. If a scientific name is presented in its most complete form, these two words will be followed by one or more names, often in an abbreviated form. This is the authority and it is the name or names of the person(s) who first published the specific epithet for the plant. If a portion of the authority occurs with in parentheses, then the epithet was originally placed in a different genus or was once assigned to a different taxonomic position. The name cited outside the parentheses is the person who effected the combination as it now appears. Often the scientific name will appear more complex because botanists have recognized categories beyond the species. The two most common ones are the subspecies (abbreviated ssp.) and the variety (abbreviated var.). These names are also given according to the ICBN and they have their own authorities. Consider the example Acanthomintha obovata Jeps. ssp. duttonii Abrams. Acanthomintha is the genus or generic name; obovata is the specific epithet; Jeps., for Willis Linn Jepson, is the author of the epithet; ssp. is the abbreviation for subspecies; duttonii is the name of the subspecies; and Abrams, for Leroy Abrams, is the authority for the subspecific name. Note that generic names, specific epithets, varietal names, and subspecific names appear in italics or are underlined. When saying the scientific name of a plant, authorities are usually ommited. We have made every effort to use currently accepted scientific names. Most of them have been in use for some time and are the technical names in Munz (1959, 1968, 1974) and Abrams ( ). We have also relied heavily on recent monographs and revisions. Many of them are cited in the notes at the end of each plant list. Because of this recent systematic work, several names that were used in the first edition of the Inventory have been abandoned. A reconciliation of scientific names used in the 1974 and 1980 editions is presented as Appendix 2. A few names that appear in the plant lists have yet to be published in the scientific literature. They have been provided to us by their authors. Such names are readily identified by the abbreviation ined., as in Arctostaphylos malloryi Gankin, ined. Each plant in the main body of the Inventory is also given a code name. This acronym is constructed by combining the first two letters of the generic name and the specific epithet. The initial letter of a variety or subspecies name may also be added. It is sometimes necessary to add a number after the letters to distinguish plants that have the same combination. The plant code scheme was developed by Reed, Powell, and Bal (1963). We use the codes for plotting distributions on topographic maps and in our data files. Each of the plants in the four lists also has a common or vernacular name. These are included because it is often easier for the person untutored in systematic botany to refer to a plant by a more familiar sounding name. The problem is, of course, that the majority of the plants in this book have no real common names that enjoy popularity in ordinary, everyday language. Most of the vernacular names in this Inventory were coined by Leroy Abrams for his flora of the Pacific states. In many other instances, we simply followed his lead by contriving names, usually by translating the Latin or Greek roots into English or by selecting an appropriate geographical basis for the name. This Inventory addresses the status of rare and endangered plants in California. A rare plant is one that exists in only one or a very few restricted localities, occurs in such small numbers that it is seldom seen or collected regardless of its total range, or exists only in a type of restricted habitat that could disappear or change for any reason. An endangered plant is one threatened with extinction and which is not likely to survive if causal factors now at work continue to operate. A plant is presumed extinct if it cannot be found after a diligent search of known or likely sites. We have also included in this category plants that have not been fouund for a number of years, especially when their habitats have been modified or destroyed. A plant is extirpated if it has been locally eliminated. For example, Amsinckia grandiflora has been extirpated from Alameda and Contra Costa counties, but it is extant at one small site in San Joaquin County. Before the publication of the 1974 edition, it was determined that attempts to categorize plants solely on the degree of threat, as embodied in such terms as rare, threatened, or endangered, were too restrictive. The question of rarity was interfering frequently with the question of endangerment. With few exceptions, it was observed that endangered plants were also rare. However, some plants of more widespread occurrence were endangered and their numbers diminished because of commercial and private exploitation for horticultural use. Many cacti, lilies, orchids, succulents, and insectivorous plants fall into this category. >

11 v In an attempt to increase the refinement of assigning plants to catagories, CNPS developed a scheme that involved combining four coordinate, related elements that could be scored independently. These four components are: THE PLANT LIS AND HOW TO INTERPRET THEM rarity, which addresses the extent of the plant, both in terms of numbers of individuals and the nature and extent of distribution; endangerment, which embodies the perception of the plant's being threatened with extinction, for whatever reason; vigor, which speaks to the number of individuals through recent time; and distribution, which focuses on the general range of the plant. Together these four elements form the R-E-V-D Code. Each element in the code is divided into three classes or degrees of concern represented by the number 1, 2, or 3. In each case, the higher the number the more critical is the concern. The system is summarized as follows: R (Rarity) 1- rare, but found in sufficient numbers and distributed widely enough that the potential for extinction or extirpation is low at this time. 2- occurrence confined to several populations or to one extended population. 3- occurrence limited to one or a few highly retricted populations, or present in such small numbers that it is seldom reported. E (Endangerment) 1- not endangered 2- endangered in a portion of its range 3- endangered throughout its range V (Vigor) 1- increasing or stable in number 2- declining in number 3- approaching extinction or extirpation D (Distribution) 1- more or less widespread outside California 2- rare outside California 3- endemic to California An R-E-V-D Code of would indicate that the plant is question is limited to one population or a few restricted ones, is endangered throughout its range, is approaching extinction, and is endemic to California. This edition of the Inventory contains four plant lists. Although they are defined in a discussion that introduces each list, it might be useful to summarize them here. List 1 deals with plants that are presumably extinct; List 2 treats plants that are very rare or rare, most of which are also endangered; List 3 those that are rare, but not endangered; and List 4 presents the plants that are rare in California, but known more widely outside the state. Even though there is some variation in format from one list to another, several elements appear in all of them. Column 1 is made up of a series of two-line entries for each plant. The first line of each set is the scientific name of the plant, arranged alphabetically. The second line is composed of three elements separated by slashes. The first element is the code name, an acronym that CNPS uses. This is followed by the technical name of the family to which the plant belongs. As a matter of editorial consistency, we have used family names ending in the standard suffix -aceae. The last element is the common or vernacular name. Column 2 gives the CNPS Rarity-Endangerment Vigor-Distribution (R-E-V-D) code for each plant is Lists 2 through 4. An explanation of this system of notation is presented in "Definitions and Concepts" and a summary is found on the inside back cover. This column does not appear in List 1 (Plants Presumed Extinct) for obvious reasons. It is replaced by a column citing the last known collection date. Column 3 summarizes distribution at the county and state level. Each California county or island has been given a number; each adjacent state an abbreviation. These may be interpreted by looking at the list on the inside front cover. The symbol"*" indicates that we believe that the plant has been extirpated from that geographic unit. Because we do not list a particular county or island should not be taken by the reader to indicate that we are equally positive that the plant does not occur there. Column 4 gives the number of each U. S. Geological Survey quadrangle where we have evidence that the plant occurs. Standardized names corresponding to these numbers appear in Appendix 3, along with a map of California showing the location of each quadrangle number. The asterisk in this column also indicates extirpation. Quadrangle numbers are not given for List 3 plants because they are so numerous and our data base is not sufficiently complete. Again, it must be understood by the reader that our failure to cite a particular quad is not to be construed as an assertion that the plant does not occur there. Column 5, headed "Notes", is a series of abbreviations and numbers. The abbreviations tell whether the plant has been listed by the California Department of Fish and Game or the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, or if it >

12 vi appears in the Smithsonian Institution's summary (Ayensu and DeFilipps, 1978). The abbreviations are translated on the inside front cover. The numbers in this column refer to a series of notes at the end of each list. Hopefully, the notes are self-explanatory. They provide references to the literature for new plant names, changes in taxonomic status, revised descriptions of plants and their ranges, and related matters. Note 1 in each list indicates that CNPS has prepared a status report for that plant. A status report is a several page summary of the taxonomic history, plant description, habitat, distribution, current status, endangerment factors with management recommendations, and pertinent literature. LIING OF CALIFORNIA PLANTS BY OTHERS Smithsonian Institution The federal Endangered Species Act of 1973 directed the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution to review plants of the United States for recommendation to the Congress as either "endangered" or "threatened", according to definitions appearing in the act. An endangered species is "any species which is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range... ". A threatened species is "any species which is likely to become an endangered species within the foreseeable future throughout all or a significant portion of its range". This report, submitted to the Congress in January 1975, became widely known as "the Smithsonian list". For most areas of the country, the report provided the first compilation of rare plants and it stimulated many states to begin detailed studies. Recognition of plants on the Smithsonian list was advisory only and did not confer any legal status. Although the act does not require it, the Smithsonian Institution has continued its efforts to expand and revise its list of endangered and threatened plants of the nation. In its revised report (Ayensu and DeFilipps, 1978), 275 California plants are listed as endangered, 372 are considered threatened, and 33 as possibly or probably extinct. The plants of these three groups are indicated by the abbreviations SE,, and SX in the notes column of the four lists. United States Fish and Wildlife Service This same federal act also assigned responsibility to the Secretary of the Interior for determining species to be listed as threatened or endangered under the provisions of the act. Because the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) was already responsible for endangered animals, it was now assigned plants as well. The first major action taken by the FWS was to publish the Smithsonian Institution's recommendations of January 1975 as a "notice of review" in the Federal Register of 1 July To be listed at the federal level, a plant must be the subject of a proposed rule making, followed by a final rulemaking published in the Federal Register. On 16 June 1976, a proposed rulemaking for 1783 plants for endangered status was published. As of 31 December 1979, final rulemakings have appeared for 56 of these plants; 49 as endangered and seven as threatened. Fifteen California plants have been federally listed as endangered. They are Arabis macdonaldiana, Arctostaphylos hooke,-i ssp. ravenii, Berberis sonnei, Castilleja grisea, Cordylanthus maritimus ssp. maritimus, Delphinium kinkiense, Dudleya traskiae, Erysimum capitatum var. angustatum, Lotus scoparius ssp. traskiae, Malacothamnus clementinus, Oenothera avita ssp.eurekensis, Oenothera deltoides ssp. howellii, Orcuttia mucronata, Pogogyne abramsii, and Swallenia alexandrae. The designation FL (federally listed) appears in the notes column for each of these plants. The remaining plants were withdrawn on 10 November 1979, in accordance with the 1978 ammendments to the Endangered Species Act. Additional information is required if these plants are to be proposed again. To provide a guide to future listing activities, the FWS is developing a list of plants in a "Notice of Intent" to supercede its 1975 notice of review. The plants to be included are those which the FWS intends to list through the rulemaking process based upon currently available data. Since this is not a legally required step, the list will not have a mandatory expiration date. The notice of intent is scheduled to appear in spring California Department of Fish and Game The California Native Plant Protection Act of 1978 assigns primary responsibility to the Department of Fish and Game for determining California plants to be listed as endangered or rare under the provisions of the act. A species is endangered"... when its prospects of survival and reproduction are in immediate jeopardy from one or more causes". A species is rare"... when although not presently threatened with extinction, it is in such small numbers throughout its range that it may become endangered if its present environment worsens". The procedure calls for recommendations to be made at a meeting of the California Fish and Game Commission. If a recommendation is approved at a subsequent meeting of the Commission, a plant becomes designated as endangered or rare, requiring in addition that the action taken by the Commission be filed with the Secretary of State. As of 20 November 1979, the State of California has listed 75 endangered plants and 49 rare ones. These are indicated by the abbreviations CE and CR in the notes column in the plant lists. In a letter dated 15 February1980, Director E. C. Fullerton stated that the California Department of Fish and Game would be 11 utilizing the second edition of the Society's Inventory of Rare and Endangered Vascular Plants of California as a notice to the public regarding the plants over which the Department is exercising management responsibilities". He went on to ;ay, "Please regard this Inventory as our current species-of-concern list... ".

13 vii CNPS POLICY ATEMENT ON EDUCATIONAL-SCIENTIFIC COLLECTING The California Native Plant Society recognizes the educational and scientific justifications for plant collecting. However, two important questions should be considered before taking plant specimens, i. e., will the collecting of this plant contribute to educational or scientific advancement, and what will be the impact on the population of the removal of this plant? To assist in answering these questions, we propose the following guidelines: 1) Educational and scientific collections should be done inconspicuously. Casual observers may not understand the reasons for such activities and may feel they may do likewise. 2) Undirected and excessive collecting by students in beginning classes should be discouraged, since it often results in duplication of specimens without an increase in knowledge. It may also result in unknowingly taking rare plants and thereby possibly reducing already critically small populations. 3) Instructors are encouraged to use common, especially weedy or garden species, for demonstrating collecting techniques, plant structures, and diasnostic features. 4) Students in advanced botany courses should be made aware of the rare and endangered plants in their region. Of even greater importance is engendering an ethics which emphasizes the impact of collecting on populations. 5) The primary justification for plant collecting is that it contributes to an increased knowledge of the California flora. Repeated collecting in well-known areas may serve no useful function. While it is important to document the distribution of plants, including rare species, it is critical to evaluate the impact of such activities. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Although this inventory was written and produced by a small group of people, its content is based upon the work of a great number of individuals, professionals and amateurs alike, who are the real authors. It is with pleasure and gratitude that we acknowledge the contributions of the following people. Our apologies to those of you whom we have unintentionally omitted. Lowell Ahart, CNPS, Oroville; Perry Allen, Botanical Consultant, La Grange; Robert Allen, CNPS, Larkspur; Frank Almeda, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco; Joseph Aparicio, American River Junior College, Sacramento; Jerry Ashu, Bureau of Land Management, Medford, OR; Michael Baad, California State University, Sacramento; Rima Bacigalupi, University of California, Berkeley; Marc Baker, CNPS, Arcata; Linda Barker, U.S. Forest Service, Yreka; James Bartel, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Sacramento; R. Mitchel Beauchamp, Botanical Consultant and CNPS, National City; Rudolph Becking, Humboldt State University, Arcata; Lyman Benson, Pomona College, Claremont; Bill Burley, The Nature Conservancy, Sacramento; Charlotte Chamberlain, Bureau of Land Management, Bakersfield; Joe Callizo, St. Helena; Kenton Chambers, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR; Curtis Clark, University of California, Davis; Oscar Clarke, University of California, Riverside; C. Rex Cleary, Bureau of Land Management, Susanville; Susan Cochrane, The Nature Conservancy, Sacramento; Lincoln Constance, University of California, Berkeley; Beecher Crampton, University of California, Davis; William Critchfield, U.S. Forest Service, Berkeley; Wayne Dakan, CNPS, Quincy; Mary DeDecker, CNPS, Independence; Lauramay Dempster, University of California, Berkeley; Melinda Denton, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; Jeanine Derby, U.S. Forest Service, San Bernardino; Janet Dibble, CNPS, Davis; Joseph Dowhan, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Sacramento; Wayne Elisens, University of Texas, Austin, TX; Richard Ernenwein, Bureau of Land Management, El Centro; William J. Ferlatte, formerly California Dept. Food and Agriculture, Sacramento; Wayne Ferren, Jr., University of California, Santa Barbara; Howard Ferguson, CNPS, San Diego; Thomas Fuller, California Dept. of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento; Roman Gankin, County Planner, Redwood City; Dwain Goforth, CNPS, Arcata; James Griffin, University of California, Carmel Valley; Thomas Griggs, CNPS, Davis; Maureen Hales, Bureau of Land Management, Redding; Brett Hall, CNPS, Santa Cruz; Robert Haller, University of California, Santa Barbara; Clare Hardham, CNPS, Paso Robles; Dan Hamon, U.S. Forest Service, Fresno; Joseph Harn, U.S. Forest Service, Eureka; Nancy Harrison, CNPS, Santa Rosa; Marc Hayes, University of Southern California, Los Angeles; Lawrence Heckard, University of California, Berkeley; Don Heinze, Bureau of Land Management, Folsom; Janet Hohn, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, OR; James Holland, U.S. National Park Service, Denver, CO; Glen Holstein, The Nature Conservancy, Sacramento; Susan Horner, U.S. Forest Service, Redding; Ed Horton, U.S. Forest Service, San Francisco; Alice Howard, CNPS, Oakland; John Thomas Howell, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco; David Isle, U.S. Forest Service, Stonyford; Thomas Jimerson, U.S. Forest Service, Eureka; Dale Johnson, University of California, Berkeley; James Jokerst; Tina Kasbeer, University of California, Los Angeles; Mel Knapp, Botanical Consultant, South Lake Tahoe; Walter Knight, East Bay Regional Parks, Rodeo; Monte Knudsen, California State University, Sacramento; Robin Kobaly, Bureau of Land Management, Riverside; Tim Krantz, U.S. Forest Service, Wrightwood; Arthur Kruckeberg, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; Harlan Lewis, University of California, Los Angeles; Michael C. Long, Whittier Narrows Nature Center, El Monte; Betty Lovell, CNPS, Santa Rosa; Mary Major, CNPS, Davis; Barbara Mal lock, CNPS and PG&E, San Ramon; James Mallory, California Dept. of Forestry, Redding; June McCaskill, University of Cali-

14 viii fornia, Davis; Malcolm McCleod, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; Elizabeth McClintock, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco; Dale McNeal, University of the Pacific, Stockton; Tim Messick, CNPS, Arcata; Reid Moran, Museum of Natural History, San Diego; Gilbert Muth, Pacific Union College, Angwin; Rodney Myatt, San Jose State University, San Jose; James Neilson, Botanical Consultant, Napa; James Nelson, Energy Commission, Sacramento; Thomas Nelson, Humboldt State University, Arcata; Larry Norris, U.S. National Park Service, Death Valley; Thomas Oberbauer, County Planner and CNPS, San Diego; Robert Ornduff, University of California, Berkeley; William Overton, Jr., University of California, Davis; Charles Patterson, Botanical Consultant, San Rafael; Ralph Philbrick, Botanic Garden, Santa Barbara; Ann Pinzl, Nevada State Museum, Carson City, NV; Charlotte Pyle, U.S. Forest Service, Truckee; Chaires Quibell, Sonoma State College, Rohnert Park; Stephen Rae, California Dept. of Fish and Game, Sacramento; James Reveal, University of Maryland, College Park, MD; Wayne Roderick, Regional Parks Botanic Garden, Berkeley; Blaine Rogers, Columbia Junior College, Columbia; Ivana Roland, Bureau of Land Management, Ukiah; Reed Rollins, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; Peter Rubtzoff, Botanical Consultant, San Francisco; Richard Runyon, CNPS, Arcata; Andrew Sanders, University of California, Riverside; Wayne Savage, San Jose State University, San Jose; Robert Schlising, California State University, Chico; Gary Schoolcraft, Bureau of Land Management, Susanville; Clifford Schmidt, San Jose State University, San Jose; James Shevock, U.S. Forest Service, Porterville; Alan Smith, University of California, Berkeley; Clifton Smith, Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara; Don Smith, CNPS, Placerville; Timothy Spira, U.S. Forest Service; Ann Spolsky, California Dept. of Parks and Recreation, Borrego Springs; Fred Sproul, U.S. Forest Service, San Diego; Veva Stansell, Botanical Consultant, Gold Beach, OR; Ledyard Stebbins, University of California, Davis; Dean Stepanick, Bureau of Land Management, Ukiah District; Kingsley Stern, California State University, Chico; John Strother, University of California, Berkeley; Dean Taylor, University of California, Davis; Robert Thorne, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont; Arnold Tiehm, Northern Nevada Native Plant Society, Reno, NV; Gordon True, Jr., CNPS, San Rafael; John Tucker, University of California, Davis; Frank Vasek, University of California, Riverside; David Verity, University of California, Los Angeles; David Wagner, University of Oregon, Corvallis, OR; Dirk Walters, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; Grady Webster, University of California, Davis; Jennifer Whipple, Humboldt State University, Arcata; Barbara Williams, U.S. Forest Service, Redding; Margaret Williams, Northern Nevada Native Plant Society, Sparks, NV; Michael Williams, Botanical Consultant, Santa Barbara; John Willoughby, Bureau of Land Management, Sacramento; Walton Wright, University of California, Riverside; Vernal Yadon, Museum of Natural History, Pacific Grove; Paul Young, University of California, Berkeley; Jan Zabriskie, Boyd Deep Canyon Center, Palm Desert; Richard Zembel, California State University, Long Beach. Special thanks go to Roman Gan kin, former Superintendent, and Warren Roberts, Superintendent of the Arboretum of the University of California, Davis and to the Department of Botany which has administrative jurisdiction over the Arboretum for their generous sharing of office Sf.;aCe and facilities to house CNPS rare plant files from 1969 through the summer of From that time to the present, space has kindly been provided by Francisco J. Ayala, Director of the Institute of Ecology at Davis, and by James M. Lyons, Associate Dean of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. We also thank Rick York and Jean Hanson of Humboldt State University for their assistance in the past few months.

15 rt't -= -=!:: >< r-(1) > ZC o n CllZ rti c 1 LI 1 LI ONE: PLANTS PRESUMED EXTINCT The plants appearing in this list are presumed extinct because they have not been seen nor collected in the wild for a number of years. Although most of them are endemic to California, a few are extant in other states. In many cases, repeated attempts have been made to rediscover these plants by visiting all known collecting sites. Even after such diligent searching, we feel constrained against saying. that there is absolutely no doubt but that the plant is extinct in California. The key word in the title of this list is "presumed." In the first edition of the Inventory, these plants were designated "P.E." and they were incorporated in the main list. In this edition, we have segregated them into a list of their own to indicate in a more dramatic fashion that all known representatives of some species of plants have disappeared from the California flora. Since the publication of the 1974 Inventory, 15 plants thought to be extinct in California have been rediscovered. They are Calochortus longibarbatus, Calycadenia fremontii, Cordylanthus mollis ssp. mollis, Cordy/an thus orcuttianus, Cordylanthus palmatus, Oudleya traskiae, Empetrum hermaphroditum, Erigeron delicatus, Githopsis filicaulis, }uncus leiospermus, Lilaeopsis masonii, Lilium occidentale, Lithophragma maximum, Orobanche valida, and Oryctes nevadensis. However, this good news is offset by the determination that an almost equal number of plants should be added to the revised list. For an explanation of the format of this list, see the introductory section entitled "The Plant Lists and How to Interpret Them." County codes are explained on the inside front cover. c:: en -t......

16 2 LI 1 N,.. - en Scientific Name Last Known Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name Collection Counties Quadrangl es Notes Arctostaphylos hookeri D. Don ssp. franciscana (Eastw.) Munz (1968) 38* 466C 1' 2 ARHOF/Ericaceae/Laurel Hill manzanita Astragalus agnicidus Barneby (1954) 12* 617A 1, 3 ASAG-1/Fabaceae/Humboldt milk-vetch Astragalus pycnostachyus Gray ssp. lanosissimus (Rydb.) Munz & (1967) 19*,30*, 56* 72A, 90B, 114B, Mc Burn. ASPYL/Fabaceae/Ventura marsh milk-vetch Atriplex tularensis Cov. (1921) ATTU/Chenopodiaceae/Bakersfield saltbrush 15* 214B, 239C, 240A 1 Calochortus monanthus Owr.bey (1876) 47* 717A, , 4 CAM0-2/Liliaceae/single-flowered mariposa Calyptridium pulchellum (Eastw.) Hoover (1938) 22* 419B 1, 5 CAPU-7/Portulacaceae/Mariposa pussypaws Carex Uvida (Wahl.) Willd. (1922) 23*,0R CALI-2/Cyperaceae/l ivid sedge Castilleja leschkeana J. T. Howell (1947) 21* 485B, 485C 1, 6 CALE-8/Scrophulariaceae/Pt. Reyes paintbrush Chorizanthe valida Wats. (1962) 21*, 49* 4850, 519C 1, 7 CHVA/Polygonaceae/Sonoma chori zanthe Clarkia mosquinii E. Small ssp. xerophila E. Small (1968) 4* , 8 CLMOX/Onagraceae/Enterprise clarkia Dissanthelium californicum (Nutt.) Benth. (1912) 27*, 60*,64*,GU SCLC, SCAN, 320A 1 DICA- 1/Poaceae/California dissanthelium Eriophyllum lanatum (Pursh) Forbes var. hallii Const. (1905) 15*,42* 189C, 192C 1, 9 ERLAH/Asteraceae/Ft. Tejon woolly sunflower EriophyUum VJ.tilobum Rydb. (1952) ERLA-3/Asteraceae/San Mateo woolly sunflower Eriophyllum nubigenum Greene (1883) 22* 4370, 454C 1, 10 ERNU-2/Asteraceae/Yosemite eriophyl lum Helianthus nuttallii T. & G. ssp. parishii (Gray) Heiser (1937) 19*,30*,36* 71B, 105C, 107C, 1070, 1 HENUP/Asteraceae/Los Angeles sunflower 110, 1110, 163C Hemizonia mohavensis Keck (1933) 33*,36* 84A, 132C 1, 11 HEM0-2/Asteraceae/Mojave tarweed Howellia aquatilis Gray (1928) 23*,0R+ 597B 12 HOAQ/Campanulaceae/howellia Ivesia callida (Hall) Rydb. (1923) 33* 83C 1, 13 IVCA-1/Rosaceae/Tahquitz ivesia Lathyrus hitchcockianus Barneby & Reveal (1893) 14"'_, J:v 368B 1, 14 LAHI-3/Fabaceae/Hitchcock 's wild pea 41* 4480

17 Lycium hassei Greene LYHA-2/Solanaceae/Santa Catalina desert thorn Lycium verrucosum Eastw. LYVE/Solanaceae/San Nicolas Is. box thorn Malacothamnus abbottii (Eastw.) Kearn. MMB-1/Malvaceae/Abbott' s bush-mallow Malacothamnus medocinensis (Eastw.) Kearn. MAME/Malavaceae/Mendocino bush-mallow Mimulus brandegei Penn. MIBR-2/Scrophulariaceae/Santa Cruz Is. monkey- flower Mimulus pygmaeus Grant MIPY/Scrophulariaceae/Egg Lake monkey flower Mimulus traskiae Grant MITR-1/Scrophulariaceae/Santa Catalina monkey flower Mimulus whipplei Grant MIWH-1/Scrophulariaceae/Whipple's monkey flower Monardella Zeucocephala Gray MOLE/Lamiaceae/Merced monardella Monardella pringlei Gray MOPR/Lamiaceae/Pringle's monardella Ophiog lossum vulgatum L. OPVU/Ophioglossaceae/adder 's tongue fern Orthocarpus pachystachyus Gray ORPA/Scrophulariaceae/Shasta owl 's-clover Pe dicularis crenulata Benth. in DC. PECR-1/Scrophulariaceae/scalloped- leaved lousewort Perity le villosa (Blake) Shinners PEVI-4/Asteraceae/Hanaupah laphamia Phacelia cinerea Eastw. PHCI-3/Hydrophyllaceae/ashy phacelia Phacelia monoensis Halse, ined. PHM0-3/Hydrophyllaceae/Mono Co. phacelia Phacelia parishii Gray PHPA-3 /Hydrophyllaceae/Parish's phacelia Plagiobothrys diffusus (Greene) Jtn. PLDI-1/Boraginaceae/San Francisco allocarya Polygonum montereyense Brenckle POM0-2/Polygonaceae/Monterey Knotweed Potentilla multijuga Lehm. POMU-3/Rosaceae/Ballona cinquefoil Scheuchzeria palustris L. var. americana Fern. SCPAA/Scheuchzeriaceae/American scheuchzeria (1936) (1901) (1889) (1938) ( 193 2) (1894) (1904) (1854) (1941) (1921) (1894) (1913) (1933) (1935) (1901) (1951) (1941) (1933) (1917) (1890) (1897) 60*, 64* 62* 27* 23* 65* 25* 64* 5* 24*, 50* 36* 47*,0R++ 47*,0R 26*,NV+ 14* 62* 26*,NV 33*,36*,NV 38* 27* 19* 32*,46*,++ SCLN, SCAE SNIC 5SOC SCRA 6950 SCAN 475B 423A, 440B, 441A 107A, 107C, , 717B, SNIC 469, 470, B, l31b, 182A 466C 366C 90B 606B 1, 15 1, 16 1, 17 1, , 19 1, 20 1, 21 1, , 23 1, 24 1, 25 1, 26 1, LI 1!: en w

18 4 LI 1 Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name Last Known Collection Counties Quadrangles Notes.i:a. r- ;; Schoenolirion bracteosum (Wats.) Jeps. SCBR/Liliaceae/bracted schoenolirion (1939) 8*,47*,0R 739C 1, 28 Sedurn pinetorum Bdg. SEPI/Crassulaceae/Pine City sedwn (1913) 26* Sibara filifolia (Greene) Greene SIFI/Brassicaceae/Santa Cruz Is. rock- cress (1901) 64*,65* SCAN, SCRB Sidalcea keckii Wiggins SIKE/Malvaceae/ Keck 's checkermallow (1939) 54* 286D, 310D, 377C 1. CNPS has prepared a "Status Report" on this plant. Copies are available for a nominal charge that covers postage and handling. 2. Extirpated in the wild. The plant is in cultivation at the Regional Parks Botanic Garden, Berkeley; Ranch Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont; University of California Botanical Garden, Berkeley; and the Strybing Arboretum, San Francisco. 3. Known only from the Tosten and Pierce Ranch near Bear Buttes, Humboldt Co. Recent attempts by Duane Isely, J. P. Smith, and T. W. Nelson to relocate the plant have been unsuccessful. 4. Known only from the type locality, meadows on the Shasta River near Yreka, Siskiyou Co. 5. See Brittonia 27 : (1975) for recent taxonomic discussion. 6. Described from a single plant; never recollected at the type locality. Fragmentary material collected at a second site in 1960 may be this taxon, according to L. R. Heckard. 7. A 1962 collection may not be correctly determined. 8. Known only from the type locality, 0.2 miles west of Enterprise, Butte Co. See Canadian Journal of Botany 49: (1971) for the original description. 9. Known only from historic collections around Fort Tejon, Kern Co. 10. According to Niehaus, it is possible that this plant has been overlooked because of its striking resemblance to one or more members of Asteraceae, tribe Inuleae. 11. Frank Vasek searched the type locality in 1978 without success. 12. Recent attempts to find this plant have been unsuccessful. 13. Known on ly from the type locality in Riverside Co. 14. Mary DeDecker reports that little recent collecting has been done in the Grapevine Mtns and suggests that LAHI -3 is "... probably alive and wel l but unnoticed. It is not showy, and does not occur in abundance." 15. Known from only two individuals, both now gone. More recent reports are probably based upon introductions or escapes. 16. Known only from the type collection on San Nicolas Island, Ventura Co. 17. Known on ly from the type locality, among willows along the Salinas River in Monterey Co. 18. Known only from the type locality near Ukiah, Mendocino Co. 19. Known on ly from the type locality near Egg Lake, Modoc Co. More recent collections from other California counties and Oregon are of doubtful status according to L. R. Heckard. 20. Known on ly from the type locality near Ava lon, Santa Catalina Island, Los Angeles Co. 21. The type locality has been visited repeatedly by botanists since 1854 without relocating this plant, according to Rimo Bacigalupi. 22. Last observed in the wild by Beecher Crampton. That site is now an almond orchard. 23. L. R. Heckard suggests that this annual is easily overlooked and that more field work should be carried out. Although the type locality is not precise, the area is farmed and grazed. 24. Known only from the type collection, San Nicolas Island, Ventura Co. Attempts by Robert Thorne and Mitchel Beauchamp to relocate this plant in 1977 were unsuccessful. 25. Although searches of the type locality have been unsuccessful, the plant is relatively common in Nevada. 26. Known only from the grounds of the Presidio, San Francisco. 27. Known only from the type collection from Monterey, Monterey Co. 28. Repeated attempts to find this plant in the Gasquet area have been unsuccessful. 29. This plant is called Congdonia pinetorum in Mun z (1959).

19 - r-n -c Z>r-Cll o > -1 > r-n Z -1 Z > o.. r-n 0 z o LI TWO: PLANTS RARE AND ENDANGERED The plants included in this list are rare throughout their range. Not all of them are endemic to California. To be considered here, a plant must have at least one score of 2 or 3 in the rarity-endangerment-vigor portion of the R-E-V-D code. All are judged to be vulnerable under present circumstances or to have a high potential to become so because of one or more of the following factors: a) limited habitat; b) vulnerable habitat; c) low numbers of plants per population, even though wide ranging; or d) a limited number of populations, although the plants are often common locally. Most of the plants on List 2 were found in the main list of 704 plants of highest priority in the first edition of the Inventory. For an explanation of the format of this list, see the introductory section entitled "The Plant Lists and How to Interpret Them." County codes are explained on the inside front cover and the R-E-V-D codes are summarized on the inside back cover. 5 LI 2 r- - en -I II.) U'I

20 6 LI 2 Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Count ies Quadrangles Notes Q) r- e;; -t Abronia azpina Bdg. ABAL/Nyctaginaceae/Ramshaw Meadows abronia B, 329, 329C, 330, 330D SE, 1 Acanthomintha izicifozia (Gray) Gray AC IL/Lamiaceae/San Diego thornmint , BA IOB, IOC, 11A, 20C, 22A, 22C, 22D, 35D SE, 1 Acanthomintha obovata Jeps. ssp. duttonii Abrams ACOBD/Lamiaceae/San Mateo thornmint B, 429A, 448D CE, SE, 1 Agrostis ar>istigzumis Swal l. AGAR-2/Poaceae/awned bent-grass C Agrostis bzasdazei Hitchc. var. bzasda Zei AGBLB/Poaceae/Blasdale's bent-grass ,23,49 503A, 552A, 569A Agrostis bzasdazei Hitchc. var. marinensis Crampton AGBLM/Poaceae/Mar in bent-grass B, 485C CR, SE, 1 Agrostis czivicoza Crampton var. czivico Za AGCLC/Poaceae/coastal bluff bent-grass , 49 Agrostis czivicoza Crampton var. punta-reynesis Crampton AGCLP/Poaceae/Pt. Reyes bent-grass , B, 520B Agrostis microphyzza Steud. var. hendersonii AGMIH/Poaceae/Henderson 's bent-grass (Hitchc.) Beet le ,24,45,0R 421B, 459A, 477B, 646 SE, 1 AZZium hickmanii Eastw. ALHI/Liliaceae/Hickman 's on ion , A, 366C, 366D SE, 1 AZZium hoffmanii Ownbey ALH0-2/Lil iaceae/beegum onion AZZium sanbornii Wood var. tuozumnense Ownbey & Aase ALSAT/ Liliaceae/Rawhide Hill onion ,45,52, , 613B, 631, 631C, 632A, 632B, 632C, 632D. 634, 634D sooc, 1 AZZium yosemitense Eastw. ALYO/Liliaceae/Yosemite onion D, 438D, 1 AZopecuPUs aequalis Sobol. var. sonomensis Rut zoff ALAES/Poaceae/Sonoma alopecurus , B, 485C, 485D, 502A, 502B, 502D, 563A Ambrosia pumiza (Nutt.) Gray Af4PU-2/Asteraceae/San Diego ragweed Amnobroma sonorae Torr. ex Gray AMSO/Lennoaceae/sand food , BA 1 3, AZ, BA, SO lla, ZIC, 22C, 22D, 35D, 36A, SOC 2A, 2B, 13A, 14B, ISC, 26C, 27D, 30D SE, 1 Amsinickia grandifzora Kleeb. ex Gray AMGR- 2/Boraginaceae/large- flowered fidd leneck *,7*,39 445A, 445B, 464A CR, SE, 1 Antirrhinum subcordatum Gray ANSU-1/Scrophulariaceae/dimorphic snapdragon ,11,17,52 533A; 533C, 534B, 563C, 564A, 564B 564C, 564D, 580A, 596A, 630D, 1 Aphanisma bzitoides Nutt. ex Moq. in DC. APBL/Chenopodiaceae/aphanisma *,30,3 7, 60,64,BA Arabis acuzeozata Greene ARAC -3/Brassicaceae/Waldo rock-cress ,47,0R 738, 739A 2

21 I Arabis breweri \fats. var. pecuniaria Rol l. ARBRP/Brassicaceae/San Bernardino rock- cress D SE, 1 l Arabis constancei Ro ll. ARC0-7/Brassicaceae/Constance's rock-cress ' A, 606A, 1, 3 Arabis hoffmannii (Munz) Rol l. ARH0-2/Brassicaceae/Hoffmann 's rock- cress , 66 SCRB Arabis johnstonii Munz ARJO/Brassicaceae/Johnston 's rock-cress A, 66B, 66D, 83C, 1 Arabis macdonazdiana Eastw. ARMC/ Brassicaceae/Red Mountain rock- cress , OR 600B, 600C CE, FL, SE, 1, 4 Arabis modesta Roll. ARM0-1/Brassicaceae/modest rock-cress ,47,53, 515D, 532D, 650, 650B, 669,, 1 57, OR 669C, 703, 703D, 736, 736B, 736D Arabis serpentinicoza Roll. ARSE-3/Brassicaceae/Preston Peak rock-cress , 738C, 738D 1, 5 Arctos taphyzos auricuzata Eastw. ARAU/Ericaceae/Mt. Diablo manzanita A, 464B, 464C, 464D SE, ArctostaphyZos bakeri Eastw. ARBA/Ericaceae/8aker 's manzanita A, 502B, 503A CR, SE, 1 ArctostaphyZos catazinae P. V. Wel ls ARCA- 9/Ericaceae/Santa Catalina Is. manzanita ,65,66 SCAN 94 ArctostaphyZos cruzensis Roof ARCR-2/Ericaceae/Arroyo de la Cruz manzanita ' D, 271B, 271D, 272A, 296B ArctostaphyZos densifzora M. S. Baker ARDE/Ericaceae/Vine Hill manzanita A CR, SE, 1 ArctostaphyZos edmundsii J. T. Howell var. edmundsii AREDE/Ericaceae/Little Sur manzanita *, 344B, 344C ArctostaphyZos edmundsii J. T. Howell var. parvifozia AREDP/Ericaceae/Hanging Gardens manzanita Roof C CE, SE, 1 ArctostaphyZos gzutinosa Schreib. ARGL-6/Ericaceae/Schreiber's manzanita , 408C, 409D SE, 1 ArctostaphyZos hookeri D. Don ssp. hearstiorum (Hoover & Roof) Wel ls ARHOH-2/Ericaceae/Hearst 's manzanita , 272B CE, SE, 1 ArctostaphyZos hookeri D. Don ssp. ravenii Wells ARHOR -2/Ericaceae/Precidio manzanita C CE, FL, SE, 1, 6 ArctostaphyZos imbricata Eastw. ARIM/Ericaceae/San Bruno Mtn. manzanita CE, SE, 1 ArctostaphyZos Zuciana Wells ARLU-2/Ericaceae/Santa Lu cia manzanita A, 246B, 246C, 246D, 270C ArctostaphyZos montana Eastw. ARM0-4/Ericaceae/Mt. Tam manzanita , A, 467B, 499 ArctostaphyZos montaraensis Roof ARM0-5/Ericaceae/Toro manzanita C r- - (I) -I N 7 LI 2..

22 ......,) LI 2 CD,.. ;;... N Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-0 Code Counties Quadrangles Notes Arctostaphylos montereyensis Hoover ARM0-6/Ericaceae/Toro manzanita ' C, 343A, 365C, 3660 Arctostaphylos morroensis Wies. & Schreib. ARM0-3/Ericaceae/Morro manzanita , 247B, 2470 Arctostaphylos myrtifolia Parry ARMY/Ericaceae/Ione manzanita , 5 476A, 476B, 477A, 477B, 493C, 494B, 494C, 4940, 495A SE, 1 Arctostaphylos otayensis Wies. & Schreib. AROT/Ericaceae/Otay manzanita , BA lob, loc, 100, 200, 330, 480 Arctostaphylos pacifica Roof ARPAl O/Ericaceae/Pacific manzanita , B, 485C CE, SE, 1 Arctostaphylos pallida Eastw. ARPAl l/ericaceae/alameda manzanita , 7 465C, 466A CE, SE, 1 Arctostaphylos pilosula Jeps. & Wies. ssp. pilosula ARPIP-1/Ericaceae/Santa Margarita manzanita Arctostaphylos pumila Nutt. ARPU-5/Ericaceae/sandmat manzanita , A, 366C, 3660, 4080 SE, Arctostaphylos refugioensis Gankin ARRE-3/Ericaceae/Refugio manzanita A, 145B, 169A, 1690, 170C SE, 1 Arctostaphylos rudis Jeps. & Wies. ARRU-3/Ericaceae/shagbark manzanita , Arctostaphylos silvicola Jeps. & Wies. ARSI/Ericaceae/ silver- leaved manzanita B, 408C, 4080 Arctostaphylos virgata Eastw. in Sarg. ARVI-2/Ericaceae/Bolinas manzanita A, 467B, 484C, 485C, 4850 Arenaria macradenia Wats. var. kuschei (Eastw.} Maguire ARMEK/Caryophyllaceae/Forest Camp sandwort Arenaria procumbens T. W. Nelson & J. P. Nelson, ined. ARPR/Caryophyllaceae/The L ssics sandwort , Arenaria rosei Maguire & Barneby ARR0-1/Caryophyllaceae/Peanut sandwort ,52,53 532A, 532B, 5320, 613, 613B, 631, 631B, 631C, 632, 6328, 6320, 633, 633A, 1 Arenaria ursina Rob. ARUR/Caryophyllaceae/Bear Valley sandwort , , 105A, 105B, 131C, 1310 SE, 1 Argemone munita Dur. & Hilg. ssp. robusta G. Ownbey ARMURl/Papaveraceae/prickly poppy , 33 70A, 870 Amica venosa Hall ARVE/Asteraceae/Shasta Co. arnica , A, 6480, 665A, 665B, 665C, 6650, 666, 666C, 682, 682A, 682C, 6820 Amica viscosa Gray ARVI-1/Asteraceae/Mt. Shasta arnica ,53,0R 668, 668A, 684, 698, 698B, 698C, 702, 702B, 713, 719, 738

23 Aster chilensis Nees var. Zentus (Greene) Jeps. ASCHL/Asteraceae/Suisan marsh aster ' C, 4810, 482A SE, 1 Astragalus brauntonii Parish ASBR-3/Fabaceae/Braunton 's milk-vetch , 30 87C, 109B, lllb, 1120 Astragalus cimae Jones var. cimae ASCIC/Fabaceae/Cima milk-vetch , NV 200A, 200B, 201A, 201B, 2010, 224C, 2250, 226A Astragalus clarianus Jeps. ASCL-1/Fabaceae/Clara Hunt 's milk-vetch ,28,49* 516A, 516B, 516C, 517A, 517C, 5320 SE, 1 Astragalus deanei (Rydb. ) Barneby ASDE/Fabaceae/Dean 's milk-vetch B, 9C, lob, 11A, 21C, 1 Astragalus funereus Jones ASFU/Fabaceae/black milk-vetch , NV 368 SE, 1 Astragalus jaegerianus Munz ASJA/Fabaceae/Lane Mtn. milk-vetch B, 206C SE, 1 Astragalus johannis-howellii Barneby ASJO/Fabaceae/Long Valley milk-vetch B, 434A, 4340 SE, 1 Astragalus ZentiginoHus Dougl. var. micans Barneby ASLEM/Fabaceae/shining milk-vetch , NV 3268, 390C, 3910 SE Astragalus Zentiginosus Dougl. var. piscinensis Barneby ASLEP2/Fabaceae/Fish Slough milk-vetch C 7 Astragalus Zentiginosus Dougl. var. sesquimetralis (Rydb. ) Barneby ASLES4/Fabaceae/Sodaville milk-vetch , NV 390A CE, SE, 1, 8 Astragalus magdalenae Greene var. peirsonii (Munz & McBurn.) Barneby ASMAP/Fabaceae/Peirson's milk-vetch 13,37,BA 2A, 28, 14B, 27C CE Astragalus monoensis Barneby ASM0-2/Fabaceae/Mono milk-vetch , 434B, 435, 452, 4528, 452C SE, 1 Astragalus nevinii Gray ASNE-1/Fabaceae/San Clemente Is. mi lkvetch Astragalus oocarpus Gray AS00-1/Fabaceae/San Diego milkvetch Astragalus pseudiodanthus Barneby ASPS/Fabaceae/Tonopah milk-vetch , NV 469C Astragalus ravenii Barneby ASRA-3/Fabaceae/Raven 's milk-vetch , , 373A SE, 1 Astragalus shevockii Barneby ASSH/Fabaceae/Shevock's milk-vetch ' Astragalus subvestitus (Jeps.) Barneby ASSU- 1/Fabaceae/Kern Co. milk-vetch , A, 2370, 260, 283, 284, 306, 306B, 3070, 329, 329C Astragalus tener Gray var. titi (Eastw.) Barneby AET/Fabaceae/coastal dunes milk-vetch *,27*,37 llb, 22B, 22C, 36B, 90A, 336B, 3658, 366C, 3870 SE, 1 Astragalus traskiae Eastw. AR-1/Fabaceae/Trask's milk-vetch , 63 SBA, SNI CR, 9 LI 2 r- ;; -t N co

24 10 LI r"' ;; -t II) Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name Atriplex vallicola Hoover ATVA/Chenopodiaceae/Lost Hills saltbush Baccharis vanessae Beauchamp, ined. BAVA/Asteraceae/San Diego coyote bush Benitoa occidentalis (Hall) Keck BEOC-1/Asteraceae/benitoa Bensoniella oregona (Abrams & Bacig.) Morton BEOR/Saxifragaceae/bensoniella BlennospeY'171a bakeri Heiser BLBA/Asteraceae/Baker 's blennosperma BlennospeY'171a nanwn (Hook.) Blake var. robustwn J. T. Howell BLNAR/Asteraceae/Pt. Reyes blennosperma Bloomeria hwnilis Hoover BLHU/Liliaceae/dwarf gol den star Botrychiwn pwnicola Cov. BOPU/Ophioglossaceae/Oregon moonwort Briekellia knappiana E. Drew BRKN/Asteraceae/Knapp 's brickellia Brodiaea eoronaria (Salisb.) Engler ssp. rosea (Greene) Niehaus BRCOR/Liliaceae/Indian Valley brodiaea Brodiaea filifolia Wats. BRFI/Liliaceae/thread - leaved brodiaea Brodiaea insignis (Jeps.) Niehaus BRIN-3/Liliaceae/Kaweah brodiaea Brodiaea kinkiensis Niehaus BRKI/Liliaceae/San Clemente Is. brodiaea Brodiaea oreuttii (Greene) Hoover BROR- 2/Liliaceae/Orcutt's brodiaea Brodiaea pallida Hoover BRPA/Liliaceae/Chinese Camp brodiaea Calamagrostis erassiglwnis Thurb. CACR-1/Poaceae/Thurber's reed-grass Calamagrostis densa Vasey CADE-1/Poaceae/dense reed-grass Calamagrostis foliosa Kearn. CAF0-1/Poaceae/ leafy reed-grass Caloehortus elavatus Wats. var. avius Jeps. CACLA- 1/Liliaceae/Pleasant Valley mariposa lily R-E-V-D Code Counties Quadrang les Notes 10,lS,40, 218A, 243C, 26SB, 289C, 3S9B S A, 3SC, 3SD, 36D 10,27,3S 292B, 31SC, 316B, 316C, 316D, 317A, 339B, 340B, 340D 12, OR 6S2, 6S3, 671, 671D SE, B, SOOC, SOlB, S02A SE, B, 48SC, 48SD CR, SE, A CR, SE, 1 4S, , NV 302C 17' S2 548A, 596B, 596C CE, SE, 1 19,33,36, 3SB, 36A, 68C, 69C, 69D, SE, 1, C, 107A, 107D, 109A, 109B , 332A, 332D CE, 1, SCLC 33,37,BA loc, lod, llb, 20A, 20C, SE, 1 21B, 22A, 22B, 22C, 22D, 33C, 33D, 34A, 35B, 3SD, 48C, 49D, SOB, SIA, 69D SS 4S8C CE, SE, 1 8,12,21, 48SC, S02A, S69D, S85D, 740C 23,49,0R+ 30,37,BA 9B, 9D, loa, lob, lod, 20A, 1 20D, 21A, 33D, 34A, 87C 8,12,23,49 58SA, 601, 601B, 618D, 636, CR,, 1 636D, 637, 637D, 722C 9 509A, S09B ,_ '-.

25 Calochortus clavatus Wats. ssp. recurvifolius (Hoover) Munz CACLR/Liliaceae/Arroyo de la Cruz mariposa A SE, 1, 13 Calochortus coeruleus (Kell.) Wats. var. westonii (Eastw.) Ownbey CACOW/ Liliaceae/Shirley Meadows mariposa A, 2618 SE, 1 Calochortus dunnii Purdy CADU-2/Liliaceae/Dunn 's mariposa , BA 7A, 100, 20A, 200, 330, 49C CR, Calochortus excavatus Greene CAEX-3/Liliaceae/Inyo Co. mariposa Calochortus greenei Wats. CAGR-2/Liliaceae/Greene's mariposa ,47,0R 6828, 733, 734, 734D SE Calochortus longebarbatus Wat s. CAL0-2/Li liaceae/ long-haired star- tulip ,45,0R 662, 662B, 677B, 694A, 694B, 694C, 695D, 14 Calochortus obispoensis Lemmon CAOB-3/Liliaceae/San Luis mariposa C, 2460 Calochortus persistens Ownbey CAPE-2/Liliaceae/Siskiyou mariposa ' 717B, 718, 735 SE, 1 Calochortus striatus Parish CA-3/Liliaceae/alkali mariposa ,19,36, NV 102A, 131A, 131C, 131D, 135C, 156, 161A, 185C, 260A Calochortus tiburonensis Hill CATI-2/Liliaceae/Tiburon mariposa B CE, SE, 1 Calycadenia fremontii Gray CAFR-2/Asteraceae/Fremont 's calycadenia ,45,52 593B, 593C, 596A, 596C sx, 1, 95 Calycadenia hooveri Carr CAH0-4/Asteraceae/Hoover 's calycadenia ,20,22, 24,50 400A, 420B, 421A, 440B, 441B, 4590, 477B 15 Calystegia peirsonii (Abrams) Brummitt CAPE - 5/Convolvulaceae/Peirson 's morning glory A, 137, 137B, 160C, 162B, 1620, 163A, 1 Calystegia stebbinsii Brummitt CA-6/Convolvulaceae/Stebbin 's morning glory B, 527D CR, SE, 1, 16 Camissonia benitensis Raven CABE/Onagraceae/San Benito even ing-primrose Camissonia guadalupensis (Wats.) Raven ssp. clementina CAGUC/Onagraceae/San Clemente Is. evening-primrose (Raven) Raven B, 3400, Camissonia 'ha:pdhamiae Raven CAHA-6/0nagraceae/Hardham 's evening-primrose , B, 246A, 293B 17 Camissonia sierrae Raven ssp. alticola Raven CASIA/Onagraceae/Mono Hot Springs evening-primrose SB, 415C, 416D 17 Campanula californica (Kell.) Heller CACA-6/Campanulaceae/swamp harebell ,23, , 437B, 485B, 485C, 4850, 502A, 503A, 5030, 520A, 520B, 553A, 569A, 5690 SE, 1 Campanula shetleri Heckard CASH-2/Campanulaceae/Castle Crags harebel l ' , 682A, 682B, LI 2 r- - Ut -t N....

26 12 LI 2.- N r- ;; -I fl) Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Counties Quadrang les Notes Carex albida Bailey CAAL-1/Cyperaceae/white sedge A, 534D CE, SE, 1 Carex obispoensis Stacey CAOB-1 /Cyperaceae/San Lu is sedge C, 2468, 246C, 247D, 271A, 272A, 295C Carex paucifructus Mkze. CAPA-4/Cyperaceae/Sierra sedge Carex tompkinsii J. T. Howell CAT0-2/Cyperaceae/Tompkin's sedge ,46, , C, 523A, , 374B, 374D, 375, 375A, 375D, 4378, 438A, CR, SE, 1 Carex whitneyi Olney CAWH/Cyperaceae/Whitney 's sedge ,22,55 396C, 4188, 43 7A, 437B, 455A, 456A Castilleja elata Piper CAEL-2/Scrophulariaceae/Siskiyou paintbrush ,47,0R 698, 738, 739A, 739C, 740D Castilleja gleasonii Elmer CAGL-3/Scrophulariaceae/Mt. Gleason paintbrush A, 136B, 136C, 136D, 1 Castilleja grisea Dunkle CAGR-3/Scrophulariaceae/San Clemente Is. paintbrush SC LC, SCLS FL, SE, 1 Castilleja hololeuca Greene CAH0-3/Scrophulariaceae/white-felted paintbrush ,61,65,66 Castilleja latifolia H. & A. ssp. mendocinensis Eastw. CALAM/Scrophulariaceae/Mendocino coast paintbrush B, 553A, 569A, 569D, 585A, 585D, 601D Castilleja mollis Penn. CAM0-7/Scrophulariaceae/Soft - leaved paintbrush ,42,66 SRON, SROW Castilleja neglecta Zeile in Jeps. CANE-4/Scrophulariaceae/Tiburon paintbrush B Castilleja uliginosa Eastw. CAUL/Scrophulariaceae/Pitkin Marsh paintbrush A CE, SE, 1 Caulanthus amplexicaulis Wats. var. barbarae (J. T. Howell} Munz CAAMB/Brassicaceae/Santa Barbara caulanthus B, 193C Caulanthus simulans Pays. CASI-3/Brassicaceae/Payson 's caulanthus ,37,40 SC, 20A, 31B Caulanthus stenocarpus Pays. CA- 5/Brassicaceae/slender-pod caulanthus Caulostramina jaegeri (Rollins} Rollins CAJA/Brassicaceae/Jaeger 's caulostramina Ceanothus confusus J. T. Howell CEC0-3/Rhamnaceae/Rincon Ridge ceanothus Ceanothus cuneatus (Hook.) Nutt. var. decumbens T. W. Nelson & J. P. Nelson, ined. CECUD/Rhamnaceae/The Lassies ceanothus , BA ,53 9C, loa, 21D, 34C, 35D 350D, 392D 501B, 517B 634 CR, 1, 20

27 Ceanothus cyaneus Eastw. CECY-2/Rhamnaceae/San Diego ceanothus , BA 21A Ceanothus divergens Parry CEDI-2/Rhamnaceae/Calistoga ceanothus ,28,49 500B, 501A, 501B, 516C, 51 7A, 517B, 517C, Ceanothus f errisiae McMinn CEFE/Rhamnaceae/coyote ceanothus A, 406B SE, 1 Ceanothus gloriosus J. T. Howell var. porrectus J. T. Howell CEGLP/Rhamnaceae/Mt. Vision ceanothus C, 4850 Ceanothus hearstiorurn Hoover & Roof CEHE/Rhamnaceae/Hearst 's ceanothus A CE, SE, 1 Ceanothus maritimus Hoover CEMA- 2/Rhamnaceae/maritime ceanothus A CR, SE, 1 Ceanothus masonii McMinn CEMA-3/Rhamnaceae/Mason 's ceanothus A, 467B CR, SE, 1 Ceanothus roderickii Knight CERO/Rhamnaceae/Pine Hill ceanothus B, 1, 21 Centaurium namophilum Reveal, Broome, & Beatley CENA/Gent ianaceae/spring- loving centaury ,26,NV 275B, 275C, 276A, 324A, 413A SE, 1, 22 Centrostegia Zeptoceras Gray CELE-4/Polygonaceae/Slender-horned centrostegia ,33,36* 67B 69A 106B*, 106C, A*, 107B. 1070*, SE, 1, A*, lloa*, 133C*, 137B*, 137C*, 1370, 1380 Cercocarpus traskiae Eastw. CETR-2/Rosaceae/Catalina mountain mahogany SCAE, SCAS SE, 1 Chaenactis parishii Gray CHPA-6/Asteraceae/Parish 's chaenact is ,37,BA 19B, 19C, 20A, 49A 6SC, 66, 660, 68B,, 1 83C CheiZanthes fibrillosa Davenp. ex Underw. CHFI-1/Adiantaceae/fibrillose lip- fern SE Chlorogalum g andiflorum Hoover CHGR-2/Liliaceae/Red Hills soaproot C, 4590 SE, 1 Chlorogalum purpureum Bdg. var. purpureum CHPUP-1/Liliaceae/purple amo le B, 318C SE, 1 Chlorogalum purpureum Bdg. var. reductum Hoover CHPUR/Liliaceae Camatta Canyon amo le A CR, SE, 1 Chorizanthe breweri Wats. CHBR- 2/Polygonaceae/Brewer 's chorizanthe , 170B, 193A, 246C, 2460, 2960 Chorizanthe howellii Goodm. CHHO/ Polygonaceae/Howel l's chorizanthe A Chorizanthe orcuttiana Parry CHOR-1/Polygonaceae/Orcutt 's chorizanthe llb, 22B, 22C, 360 CE, SE, 1 r' ;; -I 13 LI 2.. w

28 14 LI 2 Scientific Name R-E-V-D Code/Family Name/Vernacular Nam Code Counties Quadrangles Notes r- e;; -I I\) Chorizanthe parryi Wats. var. fernandiana (Wats.) Jeps. CHPAF/Polygonaceae/San Fernando Val ley chorizanthe ,30,37 22B, 70B, 87C, 880, lloa, 112B, 137C, 1370, 138A, 138B, 162B SE, 1 Chorizanthe pungens Benth. var. pungens CHPUP-2/Polygonaceae/Monterey spine flower Chorizanthe rectispina Goodm. CHRE/Polygonaceae/one-awned chorizanthe ' A, 2450, 246A, 246B, 294B, 295B Chorizanthe spinosa Wats. CHSP/Polygonaceae/Mojave chorizanthe Chrysothamnus parryi (Gray) Greene ssp. bolanderi (Gray) Hall & Clem. CHPAB/Asteraceae/Bolander 's rabbit brush ,19,36 26, C, 161A, 161B, 183A, 184A, 185A, 185C, 186C, 2080, 2100, 211C, 235B, 235C 453 SE, 1 Cirsiwn campylon H. L. Sharsm. CICA-3/Asteraceae/Mt. Hamilton thistle , A, 406B, 407A, 407B, 425B, 426A, 426C, 4270, 1 Cirsiwn ciliolatwn (Hend. ) J. T. Howell CICI/Asteraceae/Ashland thistle , OR 717, 733C 1 Cirsiwn crassicaule (Greene) Jeps. CICR/Asteraceae/slough thistle ,16,39 24rD, 264C, 265B, 289C, 444A, 4620 SE, 1 Cirsiwn fo ntinale (Greene) Jeps. var. fontinale CIFOF/Asteraceae/fountain thistle CE, SE, 1 Cirsiwn fo ntinale (Greene) Jeps. var. obispoense J. T. Howell CIFOO/Asteraceae/Chorro Creek bog thistle C, 271A SE, 1 Cirsiwn hydrophilwn (Greene) Jeps. var. hydrophilwn CIHYH/Asteraceae/Suisan thistle A SE, 1 Cirsiwn hydrophilwn (Greene) Jeps. v r. vaseyi (Gray) J. T. Howell CIHYV/Asteraceae/Mt. Tamalpais thistle A Cirsiwn loncholepis Petrak CILO/Asteraceae/La Graciosa thistle , A, 195C, 1950, 196A, 196B, 1960, 2210 SE, 1 Cirsiwn occidentale (Nutt.) Jeps. var. compactwn Hoover CIOCC/Asteraceae/compact cobweb thistle , 272A Cirsiwn rhothophilwn Blake CIRH/Asteraceae/surf thistle , B, 171A, 171C, 196B, 2210 SE, 1 Clarkia australis E. Small CLAU/Onagraceae/Small's southern clarkia ,22,55 455C, 456, 456C, 24 Clarkia borealis E. Small ssp. arida E. Small CLBOA/Onagraceae/northern clarkia Clarkia calientensis Vasek CLCA-2/0nagraceae/Vasek's clarkia Clarkia franciscana Lewis & Raven CLFR/Onagraceae/Presidio clarkia , 627B, C SE, 1, CE, SE, 1

29 CZarkia imbricata Lewis & Lewis CLIM/Onagraceae/Vine Hill clarkia CZarkia ZinguZata Lewis & Lewis CLLI- 1/0nagraceae/Merced clarkia CZarkia mosquinii E. Sma ll ssp. mosquinii CLMOM/Onagraceae/Mosquin 's clarkia CZarkia rostrata W. S. Davis CLRO/Onagraceae/beaked clarkia CZarkia speciosa Lewis & Lewis ssp. immacuzata Lewis & Lewis CLSPI/Onagraceae/Pismo clarkia CZarkia sprirlf]vi Z Zensis Vasek CLSP-3/0nagraceae/Springville clarkia CZaytonia ZanceoZata Pursh var. peirsonii Munz & Johns. CLLAP/Portulacaceae/Peirson 's spring beauty CoZZinsia antonina Hardham COAN/Scrophulariaceae/San Antonio collinsia CoZZomia Zarsenii (Gray) Pays. COLA-1/Polemoniaceae/talus collomia CoZZomia rawsoniana Greene CORA-2/Polemoniaceae/serrate collomia CoZubPina cazifornica Jtn. COCA -9/Rhamnaceae/Las Animas colubrina CordyZanthus eremicus (Cov. & Mort.) Munz ssp. bernardinus (Munz) Chuang & Heckard, comb. nov. ined. COERB/Scrophulariaceae/San Bernardino bird's beak CordyZanthus maritimus Nutt. ssp. maritimus COMAM3/Scrophulariaceae/salt marsh bird's beak CordyZanthus mozzis Gray ssp. hispid:us (Penn.) Chuang & Heckard COMOH/Scrophulariaceae/hispid bird 's beak CordyZanthus moz Zis Gray ssp. moz Zis COMOM/Scrophulariaceae/soft bird's beak CordyZanthus niduzarius J. T. Howell CONI/Scrophu lariaceae/procumbent cordylanthus CordyZanthus pazmatus (Ferris) Ma cbr. COPA-5/Scrophulariaceae/palmate-bracted bird's beak CordyZanthus rigidus (Benth.) Jeps. ssp. ZittoraZis (Ferr is) Chuang & Heckard CORI L/Scrophulariaceae/seaside bird 's beak CordyZanthus tenuis Gray ssp. capi ZZaris (Penn.) Chuang & Heckard, comb. nov. ined. COTEC/Scrophulariaceae/Pennell's bird's beak , ,22,24, , ,47,0R ,33,AZ, BA, SO ' ,30,37, 42,56,8A ,24, ,21,24, 28,48, *,10*,20* ' 24*, , A CE, SE, 1 438A, 438B, 439, 456 SE, 1 575B SE, 1, C, 439C, 440C, 442A, 459C, A, 2218, 2210, 270A CR, SE, 1 309A 108A, 108C, B, , 713C 397A, 397B, 417C, 4170, 418A, , 62A, 78C 131B, 1310 CE, SE, 1 llb, 110, 49A, 718, 72A, CE, FL, SE, 1 89C, 890, 1120, 1148, 1140, 142A, 2150, 382B, 403B, 403C, 4030, B, 481C, 482A, 482C, CR, SX, 1 483A, 4830, B CR, SE, 1 359A, 360A, 381A, 462A, sx, 1 513B, 545C, B, 365C, 366A, 366C, SE, , B CR,, 1 CE 15 LI 2,.. - en... I\).. (JI

30 16 LI 2 Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Counties Quadrangles Notes... CJ) r" iii -t fl) CordyZanthus tenuis Gray ssp. pazzescens (Penn.) Chuang & Heckard COTEP/Scrophulariaceae/pallid bird's beak Coreopsis harniztonii (Elmer) H. K. Sharsm. COHA-2/Asteraceae/Mt. Hamilton coreopsis Corethrogyne fizaginifozia (H. & A.) Nutt. var. ZinifoZia Hall COF IL/Asteraceae/Oel Mar Mesa sand aster Coryphantha vivipara (Nutt.) Britt. & Rose var. azversonii (Coult.) Benson COVIA/Cactaceae/foxtail cactus Coryphantha vivipara (Nutt.) Britt. & Rose var. rosea (Clokey) Benson COVIR/Cactaceae/viviparous foxtail cactus Cryptantha crinita Greene CRCR-1/Boraginaceae/silky cryptantha Cryptantha ganderi Jtn. CRGA/Boraginaceae/Gander's cryptantha Cryptantha roosiorum Munz CRR0-1/Boraginaceae/br istle cone cryptantha Cryptantha traskiae Jtn. CRTR/Boraginaceae/Trask ' cryptantha Cupressus abrarnsiana C. B. Wo lf CUAB/Cupressaceae/Santa Cruz cypress Cupressus goveniana Gord. CUGO/Cupressaceae/Gowen cypress Cupressus macrocarpa Hart. ex Gord. CUMA-2/Cupressaceae/Monterey cypr ess Cupressus stephensonii C. B. Wolf CU/Cupressaceae/Cuyamaca cypress Cymopterus deserticoza Bdg. CYOE/Apiaceae/desert cymopterus Cypripedium fascicu Zatum Kel l. CYFA/Orchidaceae/clustered lady's slipper Cypripedium montanum Oougl. CYM0-1/0rchidaceae/mountain lady's slipper Delphinium bakeri Ewan OEBA/Ranunculaceae/Baker 's larkspur , 699, 699A, 699D 43, C, 426C, 426D, 444D , 22C, 35C, 36D 13, 33 SSA, 61A, 63A, 75A, 75D, 78C, 95C, , NV 45, , 611C, 6290, 647A, A, 47D , 372A 60, 62 SNIC 41, , 408C, 409A C C 37 20A, 33C 14,15,19,36 157C, 184A, 185A, 185C, 2100, 328C 8,12,22,29, 4078, 407C, 4080, 418, 426B, 32,41,43,44, 428B, 429B, 448C, 502A, 5190, 45,46,47,49, 536, 551, 552, 557A, 5730, 52, 53,0R 613, 666, 682, 687, 699, 702, 736 8,12,20,23, 418, 429B, 437, 438A, 474, 25,32,41,47, 535, SSOB, 551A, 626, 633, 49,53,55,0R 635, 649, 666, 668, 670, 671, 693, 701, 702, 715, 719, 734, 740C 21, 49* 485A, 485B, 502B SE, 1, 1, 1 SE, 1 CE, SE, 1, 1 10, 10 CR, SE, 1

31 Delphinium hesperium Gray ssp. cuyamacae (Abrams) Lewis & Epling DEHEC/Ranunculaceae/Cuyamaca larkspur ,37,42 l 9C, 20A Delphinium hutchinsoniae Ewan DEHU/Ranunculaceae/Hutchinson 's larkspur B, 320E, 344B, 344C, 36SB, 36SC, 366C Delphinium inopinum (Jeps.) Lewis & Epling DEIN/Ranunculaceae/dwarf larkspur ,54,56 16SA, 1658, 16SC, 1650, 1660, 189C, 1900, 237, 284, 285, 308, 330i 331, 352C Delphinium kinkiense Munz DEKI/Ranunculaceae/San Clemente Is. larkspur SCLC, SCLS FL, SE, 1 Delphinium lutewn Heller DELU/Ranunculaceae/yellow larkspur , 49 48SB, 502A, 502B, 503A, 5030, 520B CR, SE, 1 Delphinium variegatum T. & G. ssp. thornei Munz DEVAT/Ranunculaceae/Thorne's royal larkspur SCLC, SCLS, 28 Dend:f'omecon rigida Benth. ssp. rhamnoides (Greene) Thorne DERIR-2/Papaveraceae/island tree-poppy , 64 Dicentra formosa (Haw. ) Walp. ssp. oregana (Eastw.) Munz DIFOO/Fumariaceae/Oregon bleeding heart ,53,0R 721, 722A, 73SA, 738, 739A, 740A, 740C, , 29 Dichantheliwn lanuginosum (Ell.) Gould var. thermale (Bol.) Spellenberg DILAT/Poaceae/Geyser 's pani cum , , 533C, 534D CE, SE, 1, 30 DicheZosterruna lacuna-vernalis Lenz DILA- 2/Liliaceae/vernal pool brodiaea ,24,34 420C, 495A, 511B, 31 Ditaxis californica (Bdg.) Pax & K. Hoffm. DICA-4/Euphorbiaceae/California ditaxis , 33 25C, 61A, 61B, 62B, 63A, 65A Dithyrea maritima A. Davidson DIMA/Brass icaceae/beach spectacle pod ,40,42, 56,61,62, BA SMIE, SMIW, SNIC, 90B, 90C, 1120, l 71A, 1968, 1960, 221B, 2210, Downingia concolor Greene var. brevior McVaugh OOCOB/Campanulaceae/Cuyamaca Lake downingia Downingia humilis (Greene) Greene DOHU/Campanu laceae/dwarf downingia ,28,34, 48,49,50 440B, 440C, 441A, 459C, 481B, 4838, 498C, 4980, SOOD, SOlA, 5010, 512B 10 Draba asterophora Pays. var. asterophora ORASA/Brassicaceae/Tahoe draba ,8,9,55, NV 453, 522C, 5230, 1 Draba asterophora Pays. var. macrocarpa C. L. Hitchc. ORASM/Brassicaceae/Cup Lake draba , 1 Draba aureo Za Wats. ORAU/Brassicaceae/golden draba ,47,53, OR+ 626A, 699, 699C, 700 Draba cruciata Pays. var. cruciata ORCRC2/Brassicaceae/Mineral King draba , 331A, 308 Draba cruciata Pays. var. integrifo Zia Hitchc. & Sharsm. DRCRI/Brassicaceae/Mt. Whitney draba ,14,54 308A, 352A, LI 2 r- ;; -I I\)......,

32 - 18 LI 2... Q) r- e;;... II) Scientific Name R-E -V-D Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name Code Counties Quadrangles Notes!Jr>aba howezzii Wats. var. carnosula (0. E. Schulz) C. L. Hitchc. DRHOC/Brassicaceae/Mt. Shasta draba ' , 668B, 684C, 700, 738 Dr>aba stenoloba Ledeb. var. rcunosa C. L. Hitchc. DRR/Brassicaceae/branched draba ,25,29, 31, NV 523A, 523D, 554B, 7078, 708A Dudleya bettinae Hoover DUBE/Crassulaceae/San Luis serpentine dud leya C, 247A, 247B SE, 1 Dudleya blochrnaniae (Eastw.) Moran ssp. brevifolia Moran DUBLB/Crassulaceae/Blochman 's dud leya B, 22C Dudleya bzochrnaniae (Eastw.) Moran ssp. insularis (Moran) Moran DUBLI/Crassulaceae/Santa Rosa Is. dudleya Dudleya candelabrwn Rose DUCA- 2/Crassulaceae/candle holder dudleya , 66 SCRA, SCRB, SCRC, SROE, SROW SE, 1 Dudleya cymosa (Lem.) Britton & Rose ssp. marcescens Moran DUCYMl/Crassulaceae/Santa Monica Mtns. dudleya , C, 1130 CR, SE, 1 Dudleya densiflora (Rose) Moran DUDE/Crassulaceae/San Gabriel Mtn. dudleya , 33 48C, 109A, 109B, 1 Dudleya multicaulis (Rose) Moran DUMU/Crassulaceae/many-stemmed dudleya ,30,33, 36, 37 SlC, 52D, 71D, 87B, 888, 107A, 108B, 1090, 112B SE, 1 Dudleya nesiotica (Moran) Moran OUNE/Crassulaceae/Santa Cruz Is. dudleya SCRA CR, SE, 1 Dudleya parva Rose & Davids. OUPA/Crassulaceae/Conej o dudleya A, 1138 Dudleya stozonifera Moran OU/Crassulaceae/Laguna Beach dudl eya C, 718, 710 CR, SE, 1 Dudleya traskiae (Rose) Moran OUTR/Crassulaceae/Santa Barbara Is. dudleya SBAR CE, FL, SE, 1, 32 Dudleya viscida (Wats.) Moran DUVI-2/Crassulaceae/sticky dudleya ,30,33, 37 llb, 22C, 35C, 36A, SOB, 69C, 70D, 1 Echinocereus engelmannii (Parry) Ruemp ler var. howei Benson ECENH/Cactaceae/Howe 's hedgehog cactus A SE, 1, 33 Enceliopsis covillei (Nels.) Blake ENCO/Asteraceae/Panamint daisy B, 302C, 325C SE, 1 Epilobium nivium Bdg. EPNI/Onagraceae/Snow Mtn. willow herb ,11,17, 23, , 564C, 565A, 565D, 598A, 598B, 1 Epi Zobium oreganum Greene EPOR-2/0nagraceae/Oregon fireweed ,12,47, 52,53,0R 634 Epilobium siskiyouense (Munz) Hoch & Raven EPSI/Onagraceae/Siskiyou f ireweed ,53,0R 684 Eriastrum brandegeae Mason ERBR-1/Polemoniaceae/Brandegee's eriastrum ' B, 534A, 564A, 564C, 564D, 565A, 1

33 , , EPiastrwn densifoliwn (Benth.) Mason ssp. sanctopwn (Mlkn.) Mason ERDES/Polemoniaceae/Santa Ana River eriastrum C, 88A, 88B, EPiastrwn tpacyi Mason ERTR- 1/Polemoniaceae/Tracy 's eriastrum ,11,53 564A, 564C, 650, 650C 1 EPicamePia fasciculata (Eastw.) Macbride ERFA-2/Asteraceae/Eastwood 's ericameria C, 366A, 366C, 3660, SE, 1 386C, 408C EPigePon aequifolius Hall ERAE/Asteraceae/Hall's daisy , , 307B, 307C, 374, 3740, 437B EPigePon de lica"/;us Cronq. ERDE- 3/Asteraceae/Del Norte daisy , OR 722B, 739, 740C, 7400 SE, 1, 34 EPigePon flexuosus Cronq. ERFL/Asteraceae/Trinity Alps daisy , , 667A, 667B, 667C,, , 684C, 722 EPigePon multiceps Greene ERMU-3/Asteraceae/ Kern River daisy ' C, 307, 330, 1 EPigePon papishii Gray ERPA- 2/Asteraceae/Parish 's daisy C, 1310 EPigePon supplex Gray ERSU-1/Asteraceae/supple daisy ,23,49 485C, 520B, 537B, 537C, 5370 EPiodictyon altissimwn P. V. Wells ERAL-4/f-lydrophyll aceae/ Indian Knob mountain balm B, 2470 CE, SE, 1 EPiodictyon capitatum Eastw. ERCA- 7/f-lydrophyllaceae/Lompoc yerba santa B, 170B, 171A, 195C CR, SE, 1 EPiogonwn alpinum Engelm. ERAL-3/Polygonaceae/Trinity buckwheat ' , 699C CE, SE, 1 EPiogonum ampullacewn J. T. Howell ERAM-3/Polygonaceae/Mono buckwheat C, 434A, 451C, 4510, 470C, 487C EPiogonum appicwn J. T. Howell var. appicum ERAPA2/Polygonaceae/Ione buckwheat C CR, SE, 1 EPiogonwn appicum J. T. Howell var. ppostpatum Myatt ERAPP/Polygonaceae/Irish Hill buckwheat B, 495A CE, SE, 1 EPiogonwn bifupcatum Reveal ERBI/Polygonaceae/forked buckwheat , NV 298A EPiogonwn bpeedlovei (J. T. Howell) Reveal var. bpeedlovei ERBRB2/Polygonaceae/Breedlove's buckwheat B, 2370, 260 SE, 1, 35 EPiogonwn bpeedlovei (J. T. Howell) Reveal var. shevockii J. T. Howell ERBRS/Polygonaceae/The Needles buckwheat , 285, 307B, 307C, 308 SE, 1, 35 EPiogonwn buttepwopthianum J. T. Howell ERBU/Polygonaceae/Butterworth 's buckwheat B, 319C CR, SE, 1 EPiogonwn cpocatum Davidson ERCR-1 /Polygonaceae/Conej o buckwheat A, 113B, 114A CR, SE, 1 EPiogonwn epemicola J. T. Howell & Reveal ERER- 2/Polygonaceae/Wild Rose Canyon buckwheat A, 350B, 3500 r- iii -I II) 19 LI 2.. (Q

34 20 LI 2 N 0 r- - en -I N Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V- D Code Counties Quadrangles Notes Eriogonwn ericaefoliwn T. & G. var. thornei Reveal & Hendrickson ERERT/Polygonaceae/Thorne's buckwheat D CE, SE, 1 36 Eriogonwn gigantewn Wats. var. compactwn Dunkle ERGIC/Polygonaceae/Santa Barbara Is. buckwheat SBAR CR, SE, 1 Eriogonwn gigantewn Wats. var. formoswn K. Bdg. ERGIF/Polygonaceae/San Clemente Is. buckwheat Eriogonwn grande Greene var. dunklei Reveal, ined. ERGRD/Polygonaceae/San Miguel Is. buckwheat SMIE, SMIW Eriogonwn kelloggii Gray ERKE-1/Polygonaceae/Kellogg 's buckwheat B, 600C, 1 Eriogonwn kennedyi Porter ex Wats. var. austromontanwn Munz ERKEA2/Polygonaceae/southern mountain buckwheat , A, 105B, 130C, 131C, 131D, 1320, 165A, 165B, 190C, 1 Eriogonwn kennedyi Porter ex Wats. var. pinicola Reveal ERKEPl/Polygonaceae/Kern buckwheat B SE, 1 Eriogonwn Zibertinus Reveal, ined. ERLI-2/Polygonaceae/Dubakella Mtn. buckwheat , , 613B, 613C, 613D, 614, 631C, 632, 632A, 632B, 632C, 632D, 683D Eriogonwn microthecwn Nutt. var. johnstonii Reveal ERMIJ/Polygonaceae/Johnston 's buckwheat , A, 134C SE, 1 Eriogonwn microthecwn Nutt. var. panamintense S. Stokes ERMIP/Polygonaceae/Panamint Mtns. buckwheat A, 350B Eriogonwn nervuloswn (S. Stokes) Reveal, comb. nov. ined. ERNE-4/Polygonaceae/Snow Mtn. buckwheat ,11,17, B, 519C, 532C, 533C, 548C, 564D, 565A 1, 37 Eriogonwn nortonii Greene ERN0-1/Polygonaceae/Pinnacles buckwheat ' A, 343A, 385C, 386D Eriogonwn nudwn Oougl. ex Benth. var. murinwn Reveal ERNUM/Polygonaceae/mouse buckwheat A SE, 1 Eriogonwn ovalifoliwn Nutt. var. vinewn (Small) Nels. EROVV/Polygonaceae/Cushenbury buckwheat B, 105A, 130C, 131C, 131D' 716 SE, 1 Eriogonwn pendulwn Wats. ERPE- 5/Polygonaceae/Waldo buckwheat , OR 739, 739C Eriogonwn prociduwn Reveal ERPR-4/Polygonaceae/procid buckwheat ,25,0R 675C, 708C, 7250 Eriogonwn truncatwn T. & G. ERTR-3/Polygonaceae/Mt. Diablo buckwheat ,7,48 445A, 445B, 464A, 464B, 481D, 482A SE, 1 Eriogonwn twisselmannii (J. T. Howell) Reveal ERTW/Polygonaceae/Twisselmann 's buckwheat C, 308, 1 Eriogonwn wnbellatwn Torr. var. hwnistratum Reveal, ined. ERUMH/Polygonaceae/Mt. Eddy buckwheat , 700

35 Eriogonum umbezzatwn Torr. var. torreyanum (Gray) Jones ERUMT/Polygonaceae/Donner Pass buckwheat , 31,46 SE, 1 Eriogonum wrightii Torr. ex Benth. in DC. var. olanchense (J. T. Howell) Reveal ERWRO/Polygonaceae/Olancha Peak buckwheat S4 329, 329D SE, 1 EriophyZ Zum congdonii Bdg. ERC012/Asteraceae/Congdon 's eriophyllum , 438A, 1, 38 EriophyZZum moha:vense (Jtn. ) Jeps. ERM0-3/Asteraceae/Barstow eriophyl lum B, 208C SE, 1 EriophyZZum nevinii Gray ERNE -3/Asteraceae/Nevin 's eriophyllum , 63,64 Eryngiurn aristulatwn Jeps. var. parishii (Coult. & Rose) Math. & Const. ERARP/Apiaceae/San Diego coyote thistle ,37,BA loc, lld, 22A, 22B, 22D, 3SB, SIC, 69D CE, SE, 1 Eryngiurn constancei Sheikh, ined. ERC0-13/Ap i aceae/constance's coyote thistle S33C 39 Eryngiurn mathiasiae Sheikh, ined. ERMA - S/Apiaceae/Mathias ' coyote thist le , 2S 677B 39 Eryngium racemosum Jeps. ERRA-2/Apiaceae/De lta coyote thist le S,39*, SO* 424A*, 4438*, 443C*, 444A*, 461A*, 462D, 477D SE, 1 Eryngiurn spinosepalum Mathias ERSP- S/Apiaceae/spiny-sepaled coyote thistle , S4 333A 39 Erysimum capitatum (Dougl.) Green e var. angustatum (Greene) G. Rossb. ERCAA/Brassicaceae/Contra Costa wallflower D SE, FL, SE, 1 Erysimurn insulare Greene ERIN- S/Brassicaceae/island wallflower , 66 SMIE, SMIW, SRON Erysimum menziesii (Hook.) Wettst. ERME-3/Brassicaceae/Menzies ' wallflower ,23,27 366C, S69A, S69D, S8SD, 672C, 672D Erysimum teretifolium Eastw. ERTE-2/Brassicaceae/Santa Cruz wallflower ' A, 366C, 408C, 408D CR, SE, 1 Erythronium grandiflorum Pursh ssp. pusateri Munz & J. T. Howell ERGRP3/Liliaceae/Hockett Lakes fawn lily S4 308A, 331, 331C SE, 1 Eschscholzia procera Greene ESPR/Papaceraceae/Kernville poppy IS 212B, 260B Eschscholzia rhombipetala Greene ESRH/Papaceraceae/diamond-petaled California poppy ,7,39, 40, so Euphorbia hooveri Wheeler EUHO/Euphorbiaceae/Hoover's spurge ,SO,S2, S4 334A, 441A, 441C, 441D, S76B, S93B, S94A Euphorbia platysperma Engelm. EUPL/Euphorbiaceae/flat - seeded spurge ,33,AZ 32C, 82C ForseZZesia pungens (Bdg.) Heller var. glabra Ensign FOPUG/Crossosomataceae/pungent forsellesia 21 LI , NV 249D SE, 1, 40 c en -I N...

36 22 LI 2 I\) I\) Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E -V- D Code Counties Quadrangl es Notes... u; -4 ti) Frasera wrrpquaensis Peck & Applegate FRUM/Gentianaceae/Umpqua green gentian ,0R 633D, 1 Fremontodendron decumbens R. Lloyd FRDE/Sterculiaceae/Pine Hill flannel bush B CR, SE, 1 Fremontodendron mexicanum A. Davids. FRME/Sterculiaceae/Mexican fremontia ,BA Fritillaria agrestis Greene FRAG/Lil iaceae/stink bells ,15,23,27 35,40,50 10 Fritillaria brandegei Eastw. FRBR/Liliaceae/Greenhorn fritillary , A, 261B, 261C, 285A, 285C, 285D, 307B, 308A, 308C, 308D, Fritillaria falcata (Jeps.) D. E. Beetle FRFA/Liliaceae/talus fritillary *,42,43,50 339, 425B, 426A, 1 Fritillaria liliacea Lindl. FRLI/Liliaceae/fragrant fritillary ,7,17,21 27*,35,38,41 43,48,49 386B, 429A, 429C, 448D, 498D, 501A, 501B 1, 10 Fritillaria ojaiensis A. Davids. FROJ/Liliaceae/Oj ai fritillary Fritillaria roderickii Knight FRRO/Liliaceae/Roderick's fritillary C, 537D, 551C, 55 i D CE, SE, 1 Fri ti llaria stria ta East w. FR/Liliaceae/ striped adobe- lily Fritillaria viridea Kel l. FRVI/Liliaceae/San Benito fritillary , A, 261A, 261B, 261C, 262A, 262B, 262D, 309B, 309C, 310A 339C, 1, Galium an g ustifolium Nutt. ssp. borregoense Dempster GAANB2/Rubiaceae/Borrego beastraw B, 32D, 47C CR, SE, 1, 42 Galium buxifolium Greene GABU-1/Rubiaceae/ island bedstraw ,65 SCRB, SCRC, SMIE, SROE CR,, 42 Galium californicum H. & A. ssp. luciense Dempster & Stebbins GACAL/Rubiaceae/Cone Peak bedstraw B, 296D, 319C, 319B, 343C CR, SE, 1, 42 Galium californicum H. & A. ssp. primum Dempsrer & Stebbins GACAP/Rubiaceae/California bedstraw ,36 67A, 107D SE, 1, 42 Galium californicum H. & A. ssp. sierrae Dempster & Stebbins GACAS/Rubiaceae/El Dorado bedstraw B, 527D CR, SE, 1, 42 Galium catalinense Gray ssp. acrispum Dempster & Stebbins GACAA/Rubiac eae/san Clemente Is. bedstraw SCLC, SCLN, SCLS SE, 1, 42 Galium glabrescens (Ehrend.) Dempster & Ehrend. ssp. modocense Dempster & Ehrend. GAGLM/Rubiaceae/Modoc bedstraw C, 708, 724 SE, 1, 42 Cilia tenuiflora Benth. var. crrenaria (Benth.) A. & V. Grant GITEA/Polemoniaceae/sand gilia

37 ""' _ _ Calium hardhamiae Dempster GAHA- 2/Rubiaceae/Hardham 's bedstraw Calium hilendiae Dempster & Ehrend. sp. kingstonense (Dempster) Dempster & Ehrend. GAHIK/Rubiaceae/Kingston bedstraw Calium hypotrichiwn Gray ssp. tomentellum Ehrend. GAHYT/Rub iaceae/telescope Peak bedstraw Gal ium serpenticum Dempster ssp. scotticwn Dempster & Ehrend. GASES- 1/Rubiaceae/Scott Mtn. bedstraw Calium serpenticwn Dempster ssp. warnerense Dempster & Ehrend. GASEW/Rubiaceae/Warner Mtns. bedstraw Calvezia speciosa (Nutt.) Gray GASP-2/Scrophulariac eae/showy gambelia Cilia tenuiflora Benth. ssp. hoffmannii (Eastw.) A. & V. Grant GITEH/Polemoniaceae/Hoffmann 's slender- flowered gilia Cilia tenuiflora Benth. var. arenaria (Benth.) A. & V. Grant GITEA/Polemoniaceae/ Gilmania luteola (Cov.) Cov. GILU/Polygonaceae/gol den carpet Githopsis filicaulis Ewan GIFI-2/Campanulaceae/Mission Canyon blue- cup Gratiola heterosepala Mason & Bacig. GRHE/Scrophulariaceae/Boggs Lake hedge-hyssop Crindelia fra:xino-pratensis Reveal & Beat ley GRFR/Asteraceae/Ash Meadows gum plant Crindelia hallii Steyermark GRHA/Asteraceae/San Diego tarweed CriYl{l.elia maritima (Greene) Steyermark GRMA/Asteraceae/San Francisco gum plant Crindelia stricta DC. ssp. blakei (Steyerm.) Keck GRB/Asteraceae/Humboldt Bay gum plant Gutierrezia californica (DC.) T. & G. GUCA/Asteraceae/California snakeweed Hackelia brevicula (Jeps. ) Gentry HABR- 2/Boraginaceae/Poison Canyon st ickseed Haplopappus ophiditis (J. T. Howell) Keck HAOP/Asteraceae/serpentine macronema Hazardia cana (Gray) Greene HACA-3/Asteraceae/island hazardia Helianthella castanea Greene HECA- 5/Asteraceae/Diablo rock- rose '23 LI 2 ) , 40 14,36,NV 14 47, , 63*, , BA 10,17,20,34 14, NV 37 27, ' ,52,53 59, 60, 65,66, GU 1,7,38,41* 270C, 271A, 271B, 295C, 296B, 296D 274C, 275D 302A 683, 684, 700, 701, 701B, 7010, B, 724B, 725A SROE 324A, 324D 22D 398D, 512B, 534A 322B 366C, 448B, 448C, 466C 654B, 672B, 672C, 672D 465C, 466C 412A, 431C 532C, 532D, 613B, 631B, 631C, 632, 632A, 632B, 632D SCLC, SCLS 448B, 464A, 464B, 464C, 465B, 465C SE, 1, 42 SE, 1, 42, 42 SE, 1, 42, 42 sx, 1, 43 CE, SE, 1 SE, 44, 1, 45, 46, 47, 1 SE, 1, 48 c en -t N fl) c.:i

38 LI 2 N.i:i. Scient ific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Counties Quadrangles Notes r- - Cit -t N Helianthemwn greenei Robinson HEGR- 2/Cistaceae/island rushrose *,64,65 Heliantherrrum suffrutescens Schreiber HESU-2/Cistaceae/Bisbee Peak rushrose ,5,9 Helianthus exilis Gray HEEX/Asteraceae/serpentine sunflower ,28,52,53 516A, 516B, 516C, 516D, SE, 1, C, 532D Helianthus niveus (Benth.) Bdg. ssp. tephrodes (Gray) Heiser HENIT/Asteraceae/desert sunflower ,AZ, SO 2A, 2B, 13, 13C, 14A, CE, SE, 1 14B, 14D, 27C, 28D Hemizonia arida Keck HEAR-1/Asteraceae/Red Rock tarweed B, 235B, 235C, 1 Hemizonia conjugens Keck HEC0-3/Asteraceae/Otay tarweed , BA 7B, lob, loc, 11A, CE, 1 11B, 11D Hemizonia floribunda Gray HEFL-2/Asteraceae/Tecate tarweed , BA 7B, 8A, 8D, 9C, 9D, SE, 1 10, 19C Hemizonia minthornii Jeps. HEMI - 2/Asteraceae/Santa Susana tarweed , B, 112C, 113D, CR, SE, 1 138C, 138D Hemizonia multicaulis H. & A. ssp. multicaulis HEMUM/Asteraceae/seaside tarweed , C Hemizonia multicaulis H. & A. ssp. vernalis Keck HEMUV/Asteraceae/Tiburon tarweed , 49* Hesperolinon breweri (Gray) Small HEBR-2/Linaceae/Brewer 's dwarf flax ,28,48,57 464A, 464B, 464C, 464D, 499A, 499B Hesperolinon conges tum (Gray) Small HEC0-5/Linaceae/Marin dwarf flax ,38*,41,43 429A, 448D, 466B, 466C, SE, 1 467B, 484D Hesperolinon didymocarpum H. K. Sharsm. HEDI-1/ Linaceae/Lake Co. dwarf flax D CE, SE, 1 Hesperolinon drymarioides (Curran) Sma ll HEDR/Linaceae/drymar ia- like dwarf flax ,11,17 548A, 564A, 564B, 564D,, 1 565B, 565C, 565D Heuchera brevis taminea W ggins HEBR/Saxi fragaceae/laguna alumroot B, 19C, 20A Heuchera maxima Greene HEMA-2/Saxifragaceae/islahd alumroot ,65,66 Hibiscus californicus Kell. HICA/Malvaceae/California hibiscus ,6,7,11, 39,48,51 463A, 463D, 480B, 544B, SE, 1, B, 561A, 561B, 561C, 576B, 576C, 577C Holocarpha macradenia (DC.) Greene HOMA- 1/Asteraceae/Santa Cruz tarweed *,7,21*, 27,44 386B, 386C, 387A, 387B, CE, SE, 1, 10, 387E, 408D, 466A, 466D* 96 Horkelia truncata Rydb. HOTR-2/Rosaceae/Ramona horkelia , BA 20C, 21A, 34A

39 HorkeZia tularensis (J. T. Howell) Munz HOTU/Rosaceae/Tulare horkelia C, 307D, 1 HorkeZia wilderae Parish HOWI/Rosaceae/Barton Flats horkelia A, 105B SE, 1 Hulsea californica T. & G. ex Gray HUCA- 1/Asteraceae/San Diego hu lsea SC. 19C, 49D Hystrix californica (Bol.) Kuntze HYCA/Poaceae/Cal ifornia bottlebrush grass ,27,41, 44,49 407C, 429C, 467A, 484C, 4850, 5028, 503B, 503D Iris tenax Doug!. ssp. klamathensis Lenz IRTEK/ Iridaceae/Orleans iris ' , 703C, 704, 704A, 704D SE, 1 Iv esia argyrocoma (Rydb.) Rydb. IVAR/Rosaceae/silver-haired ivesia , BA 105A, 105B, 131C, 131D Ivesia corymbosa T. W. Nelson & J. P. Nelson, ined. IVCO/Rosaceae/Ash Creek ivesia Ivesia pickeringii Torr. ex Gray IVPI/Rosaceae/Pickering 's ivesia Juglans hindsii (Jeps.) Jeps. JUHI/Jug1andaceae/Northern California black walnut , 53 7,28,34* 6838, 699B, 700, 700C 4998, 1 SE, 1, 50 Juncus leiospermus F. J. Herm. JULE-1/Juncaceae/Red Bluff rush ,46,52 592, 610B sx, 51 Lasthenia burkei (Greene) Greene LABU/Asteraceae/Burke 's goldfields *,23*,49 502A, 518D, 533B, 550B CE, SE, 1 Lasthenia conjugens Greene LAC0-3/Asteraceae/Contra Costa goldfields Lasthenia leptalea (Gray) Ornduff LALE-2/Asteraceae/Salinas Va lley goldfields Lasthenia minor (DC. ) Ornduff ssp. maritima (Gray) Ornduff LAMIMl/Asteraceae/bird rock goldfields ,7*,23*, 28,42*,43*, 48 27, 40 8,38,67,0R+ 142A, 143A, 427D, 447D, 463D, 465A, 481B, 482A, 498C, 500A, 537B 2448, 245A, 245B, 247B, 265D, 268C, 269C, 294C, 294D, 295C, 295D, 318C, 319C, 391B 4488, 740C SE, 1, 10, 10, 1 Lathyr>us jepsonii Greene ssp. jepsonii LAJEJ/Fabaceae/Delta tule pea Layia discoidea (Keck) Keck LADI- 2/Asteraceae/rayless layia ,28, A, 462B, 480B, 481B, 481C, 481D, 482A, 482C, 483A, 483D 3398, 339C, 340D SE, 1 SE, 1 Layia jonesii Gray LAJO/Asteraceae/Jones ' layia Layia leucopappa Keck LALE/Asteraceae/Comanche Point layia , 246C, 247A, 247B, 2470, C, 214A, 214D, 215D, 239D Layia ziegleri Munz LAZI/Asteraceae/Ziegler's layia B, 66D l 25 LI 2 "" ;; -I.., N U1

40 LI 2 N en r- iii -I t.) Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R- E -V-D Code Counties Quadrangles Notes Legenere l-irnosa (Greene) McVaugh LELI/Campanu laceae/l egenere ,28,41*, 48,49*,50 428C, 448D, 460C, 482A, 483A, 501D, 534A SE, 1 Lepechinia cardiophylla Epling LECA-4/Lamiaceae/heart- leaved pitcher- sage ,37,BA Lepechinia ganderi Epling LEGA/Lamiaceae/Gander's pitcher- sage , BA Lepidium flavum Torr. var. felipense C. L. Hitchc. LEFLF/Brassicaceae/Borrego Va lley peppergrass Leptoda.ctylon jaegeri (Munz) Wherry LEJA- 2/Polemoniaceae/San Jacinto phlox , 36 81, 83 Lesquerella kingii Wats. ssp. bernardina (Mun z) Munz LEKIB/Brassicaceae/San Bernardino lesquerella C, 131D Lessingia germanorum Cham. var. germanorum LEGEG-2/Asteraceae/San Francisco lessingia C Lessingia glandulifera Gray var. tomentosa (Greene) Ferris LEGLT/Asteraceae/glandular lessingia Lewisia cantelowii J. T. Howell LECA- 5/Portulacaceae/Cantelow's lewisia , Lewisia congdonii (Rydb.) J. T. Howell LEC0-1/Portulacaceae/Congdon 's lewisia , C, 375D, 437C, 438A 1 Lewisia cotyledon (Wats. ) Rob. in Gray var. fimbriata Hohn, ined. LECOF/Portulacaceae/fringed lewisia , ' 668 ' , 54 Lewisia cotyledon (Wats.) Rob. in Gray var. heckneri (Mort.) Munz LECOH/Portulacaceae/Heckner 's lewisia , Lewisia cotyledon (Wats.) Rob. in Gray var. howellii (Wats.) Jeps. LECOH/Portulacaceae/Howell's lewisia ,12,47, 53,0R Lewisia disepala Rydb. LEDI-2/Portulacaceae/Yosemite lewisia ,22,54 307, 308, 437A, 437B, 454C, 45SD Lewisia pygmaea (Gray) Rob. ssp. longipetala (Piper) Ferris LEPYL/Portulacaceae/long-petaled lewisia ,29,31 523B, 523C, 5SSA, SSSD, 1 Lewisia serrata Heckard & Stebbins LESE/Portulacaceae/saw-toothed lewisia , B, 52SA, 52SD, S4 0A, 540D, 1, SS Lewisia stebbinsii Gankin & Hildreth LE-2/Portulacaceae/Stebbins' lewisia B, S81C, 1, 56 Lilaeopsis masonii Math. & Const. LIMA- 5/Apiaceae/Mason 's lilaeopsis ,28,48* 480C, 481D, 481C, 482A, SOOD CE, SX, 1, 57 Liliwn bolanderi \vats. LIB0-1/Liliaceae/Bolander 's lily ,12,47,0R 721, 722, 738, 739, 740C 54

41 , """... ""' Lilium fairchildii Jones LIFA/Liliaceae/Fairchild's lily Lilium occidentale Purdy LIOC-2/Liliaceae/western lily Liliu m parryi \fats. LIPA- 2/Liliaceae/ lemon lily Liliu m pitkinense Beane & Vo l lmer LIPI-1/Liliaceae/Pitkin Marsh lily Lilium vollmeri Eastw. LIVO/Li liaceae/vol lmer's lily Lilium washingtonianwn Kell. var. minus Purdy Liii/AM/Li 1 iaceae/shasta 1 ily Lilium wigginsii Beane & Vo llmer LilllI/Liliaceae/Wiggins ' lily Limnanthes bakeri T. J. Howell LIBA-1/Limnanthaceae/Baker 's meadow foam Limnanthes douglasii R. Br. var. sulphurea C. Mason LIOOS/Limnanthaceae/Point Reyes meadow foam Limnanthes floccosa T. J. Howell ssp. bellingeriana LIFLB/Limnanthaceae/Bellinger 's meadow foam Limnanthes floccosa T. J. Howel 1 ssp. californica Arroyo LIFLC/Limnanthaceae/Shippee meadow foam (Peck) Arroyo Limnanthes gracilis T. J. Howell var. parishii (Jeps.) C. Mason LIGRP/Limnanthaceae/Parish 's meadow foam Limnanthes vinculans Ornduff LIVI/Limnanthaceae/Cunn ingham Marsh meadow foam Linanthus killipii Mason LIKI/Polemoniaceae/Baldwin Lake linanthus Linanthus maculatus (Parish) Mlkn. LIMA- 2/Polemon iaceae/little San Bernardino Mtn. linanthus Linanthus orcuttii (Parry & Gray) Jeps. LIOR/Polemoniaceae/Orcutt 's linanthus Lithophragma maximwn Bacigalupi LIMA-4/Saxifragaceae/San Clemente Is. woodland star Loeflingia squa:t'y'osa Nutt. ssp. artemisiarwn Barneby & Twi sselmann LOSQA/Caryophyllaceae/sage-l ike loeflingia Lomatiwn congdonii Coult. & Rose LOC0-1/Apiaceae/Congdon 's lomatium Lomatiwn peckianwn Math. & Const. LOPE-2/Apiaceae/Peck's lomat ium ,33,36, 37,AZ ,12,47,0R ' S,47,0R ,47,0R ,41* S, OR , , BA ,33,BA , SS , OR 490 1, S4 6S4 SE, 1, SS S02A, S02D CE, SE, 1 670B, 670C, 6700, 671,, S4 671A, 702, 719, 721, 738, 739, 739A, 7400, 740C 680A, 698, 698B, 6980,, S4 699, 699A, , 719C, 721, 722,, 1, S4 7220, 736, 736B, 7360, 737, 738 S67A CR, SE, 1 409A, 48SC, 1 646A, 679C, 1, S9 S76A, S76C, S760, S77A, S93C, S930 S4 1, S9 19B, 19C, 20A, 33B CE, SE, 1 SOlB, S02A, S02B, S020 CE, SE, 1, 130C, B, 83B, 102B, 103A, , 49B, 49C, 490, 61 SCLC, SCLS 393A sx, 4198, 4S8B, 4S8C, 4S9A, 4S90, 1 699A, 717, 717A, 717B, 733, 1 1, 62 ""' u;... ti) 27 LI 2 I\)...

42 28 LI 2 I\.) co r- ;; -t.., Scientific Name Code/Fami ly Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Count ies Quadrangles Notes Lomatium stebbinsii Schlessman & Const. LO-4/Apiaceae/Stebbins ' lomatium ' A, 474C, 492A 63 Lotus argophyllus (Gray) Greene ssp. adsurgens (Dunkle) Raven LOARA/Fabaceae/San Clemente Is. bird 's foot trefoil SCLS sx, 1 Lotus argophyllus (Gray) Greene ssp. niveus (Greene) Munz LOARN/Fabaceae/Santa Cruz Is. bird's foot trefoil , SCRB, SCRO CE, Lotus dendroideus (Greene) Greene var. traskiae (Eastw. ex Noddin) Isely LODET/Fabaceae/Trask 's island lotus ,64,65 SCLC, SCLN, SCLS FL, SE, 1, 64 Lupinus antoninus Eastw. LUAN-3/Fabaceae/Anthony Peak lupine , C 65 Lupinus citrinus Kell. LUCI/Fabaceae/orange lupine ,20, A, 397C, 3970, 398B, 418C, 1 Lupinus culbertsonii Greene ssp. culbertsonii LUCUC/Fabaceae/Hockett Meadows lupine B, 331C 66 Lupinus dalesiae Eastw. LUDA/ Fabaceae/Quincy lupine Lupinus dedeckerae Munz & Dunn LUDE-2/Fabaceae/DeDecker 's lupine ,10,14, 15,32,43, 45, 54, , 589A, 589B, 590A, 590B B CE,, 1, 68 Lupinus deflexus Congdon LUDE-3/Fabaceae/Mariposa lupine B, 1 Lupinus duranii Eastw. LUDU/Fabaceae/Mono Lake lupine ,26 434, 435, 435A, 452, 452B, 453, 4530 Lupinus excubitus Jones var.. medius (Jeps.) Munz LUEXM/Fabaceae/Mt. Springs bush.lupine , 37 7A Lupinus eximeus Davy LUEX-2/Fabaceae/San Mateo tree lupine C, 4480 Lupinus guadalupensis Greene LUGU/Fabaceae/Guadalupe Is. lupine , GU SCLC, SCLN SE, 1 Lupinus humboldtensis T. W. Nelson & J. P. Nelson, ined. LUHU/Fabaceae/The Lassies lupine Lupinus ludovicianus Greene LULU-2/Fabaceae/San Luis lupine B, 221A, 245C, 2450 SE, 1 Lupinus magnificus Jones var. magnificus LUMAM/Fabaceae/Panamint Mtns. lupine Lupinus milo-bakeri C. P. Smith LUMI - 2/Fabaceae/Milo Baker 's lupine C CR, SE, 1 Lupinus nipomensis Eastw. LUNI/Fabaceae/Nipomo Mesa lupine

43 so a a w : e ca a e e e a c w ; # a e.a a a o sc a cs q - a a e Lupinus spectabizis Hoover LUSP-3/Fabaceae/shaggy hair lupine Lupinus tidestromii Greene var. Zayneae (Eastw. ) Mun z LUTIL/Fabaceae/Pt. Reyes lupine Lupinus tidestromii Greene var. tidestromii LUT IT/Fabaceae/Tidestrom 's lupine Lupinus tracyi Eastw. LUTR-2/Fabaceae/Tracy 's lupine Lyono thamnus fzoribundus Gray ssp. asp ZenifoZius (Greene) Raven LYFLA/Rosaceae/ fern- leaved Catalina ironwood Lyonothamnus fzoribundus Gray ssp. fzoribundus LYFLF/Rosaceae/Catal ina ironwood Machaeranthera canescens (Pursh) Gray var. ziegzeri Munz MACAZ/Asteraceae/Ziegler 's aster Machaeranthera Zagunensis Keck MALA/Asteraceae/Laguna Mtns. aster Madia stebbinsii T. W. Ne l son & J. P. Nelson, ined. MA-2/Asteraceae/Stebbins ' madia Mahonia nervosa (Pursh) Nutt. var. mendocinensis MANEM/Berberidaceae/Hardy Creek barberry Ma honia nevinii (Gray) Fedde MANE/Berberidaceae/Nevin's barberry Mahonia pinnata (Lag.) Fedde ssp. insu Zaris (Munz) MAPII/Berberidaceae/island barberry Mahonia sonnei Abrams MASO/Berberidaceae/Truckee barberry Ma Zacothamnus czementinus (Munz & Johns.) Kearn. MACL-2/Malvaceae/San Clemente Is. bush-mallow Ma Zaco thamnus fa scicu Zatus (Nutt.) Greene var. nesioticus (Rob.) Kearn. MAFAN-1/Malvaceae/Santa Cruz Is. bush-mallow , SS , , 12,47, S3, OR , 6S, S2, S ,33,36, S9*,6S, , 31* S Ma Zacothamnus pa Zmeri (Wats.) Greene var. invozucratus (Rob.) Kearn MAPA I/Malvaceae/Carmel Valley bush-mallow Ma Zacothamnus pa Zmeri (\fats.) Greene var. Zucianus Kearn. MAPAL/Malvaceae/Arroyo Seco bush-ma llow Ma Zaco thamnus parishii (Eastw.) Kearn. MAPA- S/Malvaceae/Parish 's bush-mal low Ma Zaco thrix saxatizis (Nutt.) T. & G. var. arachnoidea (McGregor) F. Williams MASAA/Asteraceae/Carmel Val ley ma lacothr ix Marina orcuttii (Wats.) Barneby var. orcuttii MAORO/Fabaceae/California marina 29 LI ' , BA 4398, 4390, 4S7C, 4S80 485C, S C 686, 686C, 704, 721, 721C, 722, SC 19C, 330 S96A, 632 S68B, S84C, S85A 33A, 498, 106C, 1108, 137C, 1370, 138A, 1630 ANA, SCRB, SROW SS4C, SSSC SCLC, SCLS SCRA 270C, 29SA, 29SB, 29SO, 318C, 3180, 36SC, 36SO, C 167C, 343A, 3438, SC SE, 1 SE, 1 SE, 1 70 CR, 71 72, 73 SE, 1, 72 CE,, 72 CE, FL, SE, 1, 72 FL, SE, 1 CE, SE, 1, 10, 1 74,.. ;; -I N co

44 . 30 LI 2 (;,) 0 Scientific Name Code/ Fami ly Name/Vernacular Name R -E -V-D Code Counties Quadrangles Notes r- ;; -I I\) Maurandya petrophiza Cov. & Mort. MAPE/Scrophulariaceae/rock lady Microseris decipiens Chambers MIDE-1/Asteraceae/Santa Cruz microseris MimuZus exiguus Gray MIEX/Scrophulariaceae/San Bernardino Mtns. monkey flower MimuZus pictus (Curr.) Gray MIPI- 1/Scrophulariaceae/Calico monkey flower MimuZus purpureus Grant var. purpureus MIPUP/Scrophulariaceae/purple monkey flower MimuZus rupico Za Cov. & Grant MIRU-2/Scrophular iaceae/death Valley monkey flower Monarde ZZa crispa Elmer MOCR/Larniaceae/ crisp monardella Monarde ZZa hypozeuca Gray ssp Zanata (Abrams) Mun z MOHYL/Larniaceae/felt-leaved monardella Monarde ZZa Zinoides Gray ssp. ob Zonga (Greene) Abrams MOLIO/Lamiac eae/ flax- like monardella Monarde ZZa Zinoides Gray ssp. viminea (Greene) Abrams MOLIV/ Lamiaceae/San Diego Co. monardella Monarde ZZa nana Gray ssp. Zeptosiphon (Torr.) Abrams MONAL/Lamiaceae/San Felipe monardella Monarde ZZa robisonii Ep ling in Munz MORO/Lamiaceae/Robison's monardella Monarde ZZa scez erata Hardharn, ined. MOSC/Lamiaceae/Hardharn ' s monardella Monarde Z Za stebbinsii Hardham, ined. MO-2/Larniaceae/Stebbins ' monardella Monarde ZZa undu Zata Benth. var. fy'u tescens Hoover MOUNF/Lamiaceae/San Luis Obispo monardella Mui ZZa czevezandii (Wats.) Hoover MUCL/Liliaceae/San Diego golden star Munzothamnus bzairii (Munz & Johnston) Raven MUBL/Asteraceae/Blair's munzotharnnus Myosurus minimus L. var. apus Greene MYMIA/Ranunculaceae/ little mousetail Nasturtium gambezii 0. E. Schulz NAGA/Brassicaceae/Gambel 's watercress *,27, , BA , ' , BA , , BA , ' , , BA ,37,BA 368A, 368C, 368D 366D, 408B, 408C, 409D, 467A 131C 212B, 213A, 213C, 238D, 239B, 261, 262A, 2860, 309C, 310A 105B, 106A, 131C, 131D, 132C, 133D 324C, 346D, 348C, 368C, 368D, 3908, 390D l 71A, 196A, B, 9C, lod, 20C, 21A, 21D, 34C, 51A 189C, 190C, 190D, 239B 21A, 22A, 22B, 22C, 22D 81A, 102C, 103B, 104D C 171A, 2210, 247D 1 OC, 218, 2 2C, 2 2D, 35C, 84D 22D *,30*,36*, 221D 37,40,42, 56, BA SE, 1 10 CE, SE, 1, 1 1 SE, _.,...-..

45 Navarretia f ossazis Moran NAFO/Polemoniaceae/prostrate spineflower ,37,BA loc, lla, 35B, 35C 76 Navarretia paucifzora Mason NAPA/Polemoniaceae/few- flowered navarretia A, 533B, 533C, 534A SE, 1 Navarretia pzieantha. Mason NAPL/Polemoniaceae/many-flowered navarretia ' A, 533C, 534A CE, SE, 1 Navarretia prozifera Greene ssp. Zutea (Brand) Mason NAPRL/Polemoniaceae/yellow bur navarretia A, 509B, 5230, 524B, 5240, 5250, 1 Navarretia setizoba Cov. NASE/Polemoniaceae/Piute Mtns. navarretia ' A, 238C, 2390, 260C, 261, 261B, 262A 1 NemacZadu s twissezmannii J. T. Howell NETW/Campanulaceae/Twisselmann 's nemacladus , 1 Neostapfia cozusana (Davy) Davy NECO/Poaceae/Colusa grass *,24,48,50 421A, 421C, 441A, 441B, 441C, 4410, 442A, 498D, 562A CE, SE, 1, 10 Nitrophi Za moha.vensis Munz & Roos NIMO/Chenopodiaceae/Amargosa nitrophila CE, SE, 1 No Zina interrata Gentry NOIN/Agavaceae/Dehesa nol ina 37 loa, 210 CE, SE, 1 Oenothera avita Klein ssp. eurekensis (Munz & Roos) Klein OEAVE/Onagraceae/Eureka Dunes evening primrose C, 391A, 391D CR, FL, SE, 1 Oenothera deztoides Torr. & Frem. var. howe ZZii Munz OEDEH/Onagraceae/Antioch dunes evening primrose 7' CE, FL, SE, 1 Opuntia basizaris Engelm. & Bigel. var. brachyczada (Griffiths) Munz OPBAB/Cactaceae/short- joint beaver tai l 19, D, 135A, 54 Opuntia basizaris Engelm. & Bigel. var. trezeasei (Coult.) Tourney OPBAT/Cactaceae/Bakersfield cactus ,19, , 239C, 239D SE, 1, 54 Opuntia bige Zovii Engelm. var. hoffmannii (C. B. Wolf) Fosberg OPBIH/Cactaceae/Mason Valley cholla , 37, BA 54 Opuntia munzii C. B. Wolf OPMU/Cactaceae/Munz 's cactus , 33 42B, 43A, 43D Opuntia parryi Engelm. var. serpentina (Engelm.) L. Benson OPPAS/Cactaceae/San Diego cholla , BA lla, llb, lld Opuntia pha.eacantha. Engelm. var. mojavensis Engelm. OPPHM- 2/Cactaceae/Mojave opuntia , AZ 176A, 249D 54, 77 Opuntia wigginsii L. Benson OPWI/Cactaceae/Wiggins' cholla ,37,AZ 18B Orcuttia ca Zifornica Vasey var. ca Zifornica ORCAC -3/Poaceae/California orcuttia *,33,37' BA lld, 68B, 68C, 69D, 90A CE, SE, 1 Orcuttia cazifornica Vasey var. inaequa Zis (Hoover) Hoover ORCAI/Poaceae/San Joaquin Valley orcuttia 31 LI , 20,24*, 50*,54* 333B, 356B, 378B, 379D, 400B, 400D, 421B, 421D, 422B, 441B, 441C, 442A, 442C, 442D CE, SE, 1, 10 r- cn -I N w...

46 32 LI 2 c.> I\) Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R -E -V-0 Code Counties Quadrangles Notes I"' - en -t ti) Orcu ttia californica Vasey var. viscida Hoover ORCAV/Poaceae/Sacramento orcuttia Orcuttia greenei Vasey ORGR-1 /Poaceae/Greene's orcuttia Orcuttia nrucronata Crampton ORMU/Poaceae/mucronate orcuttia Orcuttia pilosa Hoover ORPI-1/Poaceae/hairy orcuttia Orcuttia tenuis Hitchc. ORTE/Poaceae/slender orcuttia Oreonana purpurascens Const. & Shevock ORPU-3/Apiaceae/purple mountain-parsley Orol;anche parishii (Jeps.) Heckard ssp. brachyloba Heckard ORPAB/Orobanchaceae/short- lobed broomrape Orobanche valida Jeps. ORVA/Orobanchaceae/Rock Creek broomrape Orthocarpus castil lejoides Benth. var. humboldtiensis Keck ORCAH/Scrophulariaceae/Humboldt Bay owl 's-clover Orthocarpus floribundus Benth. ORFL/Scrophulariaceae/San Francisco owl 's- clover Orthocarpus lasiorhynchus Gray ORLA-2/Scrophulariaceae/San Bernardino owl 's-clover Orthocarpus succu lentus (Hoover) Hoover ORSU/Scrophulariaceae/fleshy owl 's- clover Parvisedwn leiocarpwn (H. K. Sh rsm.) Clausen PALE/Crassulaceae/Lake Co. stonecrop Pedicu lci:t>is dudleyi Elmer PEOU/Scrophulariaceae/Oudley's lousewort Pedicularis howe llii Gray PEH0-1/Scrophulariaceae/Howell's lousewort Penstemon californicus (Munz & Johnston) Keck PECA-2/Scrophulariaceae/California beardtongue Penstemon fi lif ormis (Keck) Keck PEFI/Scrophulariaceae/thread-leaved beardtongue Penstemon personatus Keck PEPE- 4/Scrophulariaceae/closed-throated beardtongue ,10*,20*,24* 39*,50,52,54* ,24,50, ,45, *,61,63,64 65,66,BA,GU ,36*, 56* ,38, ,36, ,20,24, ,41,43, ,OR ,BA ,45, ,32 511B, 511C CE, SE, 1 333A, 378C, 3780, 400B, CR, SE, 1, , 420C, 4210, 441A, 441B, 441C, 442A, 460B, 460C, 5768, 594A 4980 CE, FL, SE, 1 380A, 399C, 4000, 421B, CE, SE, 1, A, 441B, 441C, 4410, 5938, 594A 534A, 628A, 6280, 629A, CE, SE, 1, , 662B 308, 331, llb, SCRA, SMIW, SROW 1080, 134C, 135A, 1350 sx, 1, A, 672B, 672C, 6720, SE, 1 689A 4488, 448C, 466C, 485B, 485C 20A, 66B, 83C, 1058,, C, 106A, 107A, 131B, 131C, 1310, 132C 3790, 398C, 399C, 422B, CE, SE, 1, A 533A, 533B, 533C SE, , 344C, 3440, 387B, CR, SE, 1 428C 721, 736, 736B, 737,, 1 738, 738A, A, 65C, 66B, 660, 67A 665, 667A, 6670, 682, 682C, 683, 683B 5900, 591B, 591C, 6060 SE, 1

47 l'llp... --""""',..... """'..... '"'"" Penstemon stephensii Bdg. PE/Scrophulariaceae/Stephens ' beardtongue ,36 176A, 176C, 200C, 2508, 2740, 27SA Penstemon tracyi Keck PETR/Scrophulariaceae/Tracy 's beardtongue ' , 668A, 6688, A, 684C, 1 Pentachaeta bellidiflora Greene PEBE/Asteraceae/white-rayed pentachaeta ,27,41, , 408A, 408C, 4080, 429A, 4488, 448C, 467A, 80 Pentachaeta exilis (Gray) Gray ssp. aeolica Van Horn & Ornduff PEEXA/Asteraceae/slender pentachaeta ,35 319C, 339C, 80 Pentachaeta bjonii Gray PELY/Asteraceae/Lyon 's pentachaeta ,64* 73A, 112C, 1130, SCAN.SE, 1, 80 Perideridia gairdneri (H. &. A.) Math. ssp. gairdneri PEGAG/Apiaceae/Gairdner 's yampah *,21*,27,28 30*,37*,40,41* 43,44,48,49 340, 72A, 2710, 2960, 366C, 387, 4088, 4098, 4090, 4288, 467A, 4858, SOZA, 5028, 5020, 5168, 516C, 10 Perity le inyoensis (Ferris) Powell PE IN-4/Asteraceae/lnyo laphamia Petalonyx thurberi Gray ssp. gi lmanii (Munz) Davis & Thompson PETHG/Loasaceae/Death Valley sandpaper plant C, 3270, 389C Phacelia amabi lis Const. PHAM-1/Hydrophyllaceae/Saline Val ley phacelia A Phacel ia argentea Nels. & Macbr. PHAR- 2/Hydrophyllaceae/sand dune phacelia ,0R Phacelia ciziata Benth. var. opaca J. T. Howell PHC IO/Hydrophyllaceae/Merced phacelia , 401A, 421A, 420C, 421C 1 Phace lia cookei Const. & Heckard PHOC- 5/Hydrophyllaceae/Cooke 's phacelia , 715C SE, 1, 82 Phace lia da Zesiana J. T. Howell PHDA/Hydrophyllaceae/Scott Mtn. phacelia , , 684, 700, 700C Phacelia floribunda Greene PHFL/Hydrophyllaceae/island phacelia , 63,GU Phace lia greenei J. T. Howell PHGR- 2/Hydrophyllaceae/Scott Val ley phacelia ,53 700, 700C, 701, 701A, 701D, 717, 7178 Phace lia insularis Munz var. continentis J. T. Howell PHINC /Hydrophyllaceae/Northcoast phacelia ,23,49 48SA, 569A Phace lia insularis Mun z var. insularis PHINI/Hydrophyllaceae/island phacelia ,66 SMIW,SROE, SRON, 1 Phacelia novenmizzensis Munz PHNO/Hydrophyllaceae/Nine Mile Canyon phacelia ,54 282C, 2830, 3070 Phacelia orogenes Brand PHOR/ Hydrophyllaceae /mountain phacelia ,54 283, 284, 306, 3308, 331A, 331D 33 LI 2,. u; ""'4 t.> w

48 34 LI 2 (.).i:. r- - en -I N Scientific Name Code/Fami ly Name/Vernacular Name R-E -V-D Code Counties Quadrangles Notes Phacelia phacelioides (Benth.) Brand PHPH/Hydrophyllaceae/Mt. Diablo phacelia ,7,43,50 425B, 426C, 4260, 4440, 464B, 464C Phacelia suaveolens Greene ssp. keckii (Munz & Johnston) Thorne PHSUK/Hydrophyl laceae/santiago Peak phacelia A Phace lia stebbinsii Const. & Heckard PH-2/Hydrophyll ceae/stebbins ' phacelia ,31 523C, 524B, 524C, 525A, , 5400 Phlox dolichantha Gray PHD0-2/Polemoniaceae/Bear Valley phlox A, 105B, 131C Phlox hirsuta E. Nels. PHHI/Polemoniaceae/Yreka phlox , 717A, 717B, 738 SE, 1 Pinus torreyana Parry ex Carr. ssp. insularis Haller, ined. PITOI/Pinaceae/Santa Rosa Island pine SROE, SROW 83 Pinus torreyana Parry ex Carr. ssp. torreyana PITOT/Pinaceae/Torrey pine B, 22C, 83 Plagiobothrys glaber (Gray) Jtn. PLGL-1/Boraginaceae/hairless allocarya ,35,43 385C, 427C, 447A Plagiobothrys glyptocarpus (Piper) Jtn. var. mode stus Jtn. PLGLM/Boraginaceae/Cedar Crest al locarya Plagiobothrys hy stericulus (Piper) Jtn. PLHY/Boraginaceae/bearded allocarya ,34,48* 4030, 480A Plagiobothrys mol lis (Gray) Jtn. var. vestitus (Greene) Jtn. PLMOV/Boraginaceae/Petaluma allocarya Plagiobothrys scriptus (Greene) Jtn. PLSC/Boraginaceae/scribe allocarya ,34,50,52 440B, 440C, 441A, 494C, 5170 Plagiobothrys strictus (Greene) Jtn. PL-2/Boraginaceae/Calistog allocarya Pleuropogon hooverianus (L. Benson) J. T. Howell PLHO/Poaceae/Hoover 's semaphore grass ,23,49 467A, 484C, 501C, 502B, CR,SE, , 584A Poa atropurpurea Scribn. POAT/Poaceae/San Bernardino bluegrass ,37 19B, 19C, 105B, 107A, SE, 1, B, 131C, 1310 Poa fibrata Swallen POFI/Poaceae/Lassen Co. bluegrass ,18,25, , 670, 7118, 717, SE, , 736 Poa napensis Beetle PONA- 1/Poaceae/Napa bluegrass CE, SE, 1 Pogogyne abramsii J. T. Howell POAB/Lamiaceae/San Diego mesa mint llb, 22A, 22B, 22C, CE, FL, SE, 1, , 84 Pogogyne clareana J. T. Howell POCL/Lamiaceae/Santa Lucia pogogyne B CE, SE, 1

49 '" Pogogyne douglasii Benth. ssp. pay'viflora POOOP/Lamiaceae/Douglas ' pogogyne (Benth.) J. T. Howell ,23,49 501A, 501B, 502A, SIOB, 517A, 517B, 517C, 517D, 5180, 533B, 534A, 549B, 550B, 567A, 583C SE, 1, 10 Pogogyne nudiuscula Gray PONU/Lamiaceae/Otay pogogyne ,BA IOC, llb, 22C, 220 SE Polygonwn marinense Mertnes & Raven POMA-2/Polygonaceae/Marin knotweed A, 484A, 48SC, 485D, 1 Po lystichwn dudleyi Maxon POOU/Aspleniaceae/Oudley's swordfern ,23,27,28 40,43,44,49 10 Po tentilla hickmanii Eastw. POH I/Rosaceae/Hickman 's cinquefoil ,41*,49* 366C, 448C, 502D CE, SE, 1 Po tentilla patellifera J. T. Howell POPA- 6/Rosaceae/Kingston Mtns. cinquefoil C Pseudobahia bahiaefo lia (Benth.) Rydb. PSBA/Asteraceae/Hartweg 's pseudobahia ,24,50, C, 440B, 440C, 441A, 459C, 511A SE, 1, 85 Pseudobahia peirsonii PSPE/Asteraceae/Tu1are pseudobahia ,15,54 262A, 262B, 262D, 287A, 2870, 309C, 333D, 356B, 378D SE, 1, 10 Puccinellia parishii PUPA-1/Poaceae/Parish's alkal i grass ,AZ 131B, 184A, 1 Pyrrocoma uniflora (Hook.) Greene var. gossypina (Greene) Mayes, ined. PYUNG/Asteraceae/Bear Valley pyrrocoma ,37 7B, SC, 9D, SIA, 105B, IOSD, l31b, 131C, 1310, 1 Quercus tomentella Engelm. QUTO/Fagaceae/island oak Rai llarde lla muirii Gray RAMU-2/Asteraceae/Muir's rail lardella ,69,64,65 66, GU ,27,54 ANA, SCAE, SCAN, SCAS, SCLC, SCLS, SCRB, SCRC, SCRD 285, 343C, 353C, 374D, 375, 375A, 376A, 394C, 1 Rai llarde lla pringlei Greene RAPR/Asteraceae/showy raillardella , , 667A, 667B; 682, 683, 683A, 684, 684C, 684D, 699, 699C, 736A, 1 Raillarde lla scabrida Eastw. RASC/Asteraceae/scabrid rai l lardella ,23,49, 52, , 581C, 597C, 613, Rhynchospora calif ornica Gale RHCA- 1/Cyperaceae/California beaked-rush , , 502A, 5020 SE, 1 Ribes cantharif orme Wiggins RICA-2/Grossulariaceae/Moreno currant A, IOA, IOB, 20C, 20D, 21A Rorippa colwnbiae Suksd. ex T. J. Howell ROC0-2/Brassicaceae/Columbia yellow cress , OR 7300, 86 Rorippa subwnbe llata Rollins ROSU-2/Brassicaceae/Tahoe yellow cress ,9,29*, 31, NV 522B, 523A, 538A, 538C, 5380, 554B, 554C, 1 35 LI 2 r- ;; -I ""' w U1

50 36 LI 2 c,.) Q) I"" - en -t N Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name Ru s glaucifolius Kell. var. ganderi RUGLG/Rosaceae/Cuyamaca raspberry Salvia brandegei Munz SABR-3/Lamiaceae/Brandegee 's sage Sa lvia greatae Bdg. SAGR-2/Lamiaceae/Orocopia sage Sanicula hoffmannii (Munz) Shan & Const. SAH0-1/Apiaceae/Hoffmann 's sanicle Sanicula maritima Kell. ex Wats. SAMA-1 /Apiaceae/adobe sanicle Sanicula saxatilis Greene SASA-2/Apiaceae/rock sanicle Sanicu la tracyi Shan & Const. SATR- 1/Ap iaceae/tracy 's sanicle Satureja chandleri (Bdg.) Druce SACH- 1/Lamiaceae/San Miguel savory (Bailey) Munz Sclerocactus po lyancistrus (Engelm. & Bigelow) Britton SCPO/Cactaceae/Moj ave fish-hook cactus Scrophularia atrata Penn. SCAT-2/Scrophulariaceae/black-flowered figwort Scrophularia villosa Penn.. SCVI/Scrophu lariaceae/santa Catalina figwort Sedum albomarginatum Clausen SEAL- 2/Crassul aceae/feather River stonecrop Sedwn laxwn (Britton) Berger ssp. eastwoodiae (Britton) Clausen SELAE/Crassulaceae/Red Mountain stonecrop Sedum laxwn (Britton) Berger ssp. flavidwn Denton SELAF/Crassulaceae/pale yellow stonecrop Sedwn obtusatum Gray ssp. paradisum Denton SEOBP/Crassu laceae/canyon Creek stonecrop Senecio bernardinus Greene SEBE/Asteraceae/San Bernardino butterweed Senecio ganderi Barkley & Beauchamp SEGA/Asteraceae/Gander 's butterweed Senecio layneae Greene SELA-3/Asteraceae/Layne 's butterweed R-E-V-D Code Count ies Quadrangles Notes 37 66, BA 13' 33 44, 62, 62C 40,42,65, SCRA, SCRB, SNIC, 142B,, 10 62, C, 196B, 245C, 246C, 271A, 271D, 272A, 296D 1*,38*,40 246C, 272A, 466C, 466D CE, SE, 1 7*, C, 426D, 464B SE, 1 12,52,53,0R 608A, 614, 615, 632, 632D, SE, 1 634A, 634B, 634D, 652B, 652C, 652D, 653, 688, 688A, 721, 721C 33,37,BA lob, 67B, 68C, 69B, 69C, 69D 14,15,36,NV 257, 326A, 350B, 369C, 370B,, B, 391C, 392, 392D, , A, 143B, 144A, 170B, 170C, 171A, 195C, 196A, 196D, 221A, 221B 60, , 606, C, , , 668A 54, A, 105B, 131C, 131D 37 9B 9 510A, 510B, 511A, 571A CR, SE,,. «'d _

51 Sida lcea covillei Greene SIC0-1/Malvaceae/Owens Valley checkermallow Sida lcea hickmanii Greene ssp. anomala C. L. Hitchc SIHIA/Malvaceae/Cuesta Pass checkermallow Sida lcea hickmanii Greene ssp. hickmanii SI HI I-I/Mal vaceae/hickman ' s checkerma llow Sidalcea hickmanii Greene ssp. parishii (Rob.) C. L. Hitchc SIHIP/Malvaceae/Parish's checkermallow Sida lcea hickmanii Greene ssp. viridis C. L. Hitchc SIHIV/Malvaceae/Marin checkermallow Sida lcea oregana (Nutt.) Gray ssp. hydrophi la (Heller) C. L. Hitchc SIORH/Malvaceae/water-loving checkermallow Sidalcea oregana (Nutt.) Gray ssp. Valida (Greene) C. L. Hitchc. SIORV/Malvaceae/Kenwood Marsh checkerma llow Sidalcea pedata Gray SIPE/Malvaceae/bird-footed checkermallow Sidalcea roljusta Heller ex Roush SIR0-2/Malvaceae/Butte Co. checkermallow Sidalcea stipu laris J. T. Howell & G. True SI/Malvaceae/Scadden Flat checkerb l oom Si lene carrrpanulata Wat s. ssp. campanu lata SICAC- 2/Caryophyl laceae/red Mtn. campion Silene marmorensis Kruckeberg SIMA-4/Caryophyl laceae/somes Bar campion Si lene verecunda Wats. ssp. verecunda SIVEV/Caryophyl laceae/san Francisco campion Sme lowskia ova lis Jones var. congesta Ro llins SMOVC/Brassicaceae/Mt. Lassen smelowskia So lanum tenuilobatum Parish SOTE-2/Solanaceae/narrow- leaved nightshade Sphaera lcea rusbyi Gray ssp. eremicola (Jeps.) Kearn. SPRUE/Malvaceae/Rusby's desert-mallow Stipa lerrmonii (Vasey) Scribn. var. pubescens Crampton LEP/Poaceae/hairy Lemmon 's needlegrass Streptanthus albidus Greene ssp. albidus ALA/Brassicaceae/Metcalf Canyon jewel flower Streptanthus batrachopus Morrison BA- 3/Brassicaceae/Tamalpais jewel flower Streptanthus bernardinus (Greene) Parish BE/ Brassicaceae/Laguna Mtns. streptanthus , 42 21,41,49 11,17, ,41, ,52,0R ,33,36,37 305, 351A, 372C, 413B CE, SX, , 246C CR, 2958, 295C, 318C, 319A, 3198, 320A 1058, 167B, 168A, 193A, CR, 1938, 193D 4678, C, 517A, 5178, 533C, 534C,, 1 565A, 5658, 565C, 565D, 581A, 581C 510A, 5178, 517C SE, 1 105, 105A, 105B, 131,, , 131C, 131D 576A, 5768, 577A, 5928,, , 593D, 607C 542A , 702C, 703 SE, , 408D, 409D, 4488, 1 448C, 466C 6258, 626A SE, 8C, 9B, 9C, 9D, loa,, 1 loc, lod, 20C, 48C 5650, 596A, 596B CR, SE, 1 406A, 4068, 4078 SE, 467A, C 37 LI 2 r- iii -I w """

52 38 LI 2 Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacu lar Name Streptanthus brachiatus F. W. Hoffmann BR-2/Brassicaceae/Socrates Mine jewel flower Streptanthus ca llistus Morrison CA- 2/Brassicaceae/Mt. Hamilton jewel flower Streptanthus cordatus Nutt. var. piutensis J. T. Howel l COP/Brassicaceae/Piute Mtns. jewel flower Streptanthus fenestratus (Greene) J. T. Howel l FE/Brassicaceae/Tehipite Valley jewel flower Streptanthus glandu losus Hook. var. hoffmannii Kruckeberg GLH/Brassicaceae/Hoffman 's jewel flower Streptanthus glandulosus Hook. ssp. pulche llus (Greene) Kruckeberg GLP/Brassicaceae/Mt. Tamalpais jewel flower Streptanthus gracilis Eastw. GR-2/Brassicaceae/alpine jewel flower Streptanthus hispidus Gray HI/Brassicaceae/Mt. Diablo jewel flower Streptanthus howel lii Wats. HO/Brassicaceae/Howell's jewel flower Streptanthus morrisonii F. W. Hoffman MO/ Brassicaceae/Morrison 's jewel flower Streptanthus niger Greene NI-2/Brassicaceae/Tiburon jewel flower Streptanthus oliganthus Rollins OL/Brassicaceae/Masonic Mtn. jewe l flower Swa llenia alexandrae (Swallen) Soderstrom & Decker SWAL/Poaceae/Eureka Dunes grass Tanacetum camphoratum Less. TACA- 1/Asteraceae/dune tansy Taraxacum californicum Munz & Johnston TACE-3/Asteraceae/California dandelion Tauschia howe llii (Coult. & Rose) Macbr. TAHO/Apiaceae/Howel l's tauschia Tetracoccus dioicus Parry TEDI/Euphorbiaceae/Parry 's tet racoccus Tetracoccus ilicifolius Cov. & Gilman TEIL/Euphorbiaceae/ho lly- leaved tetracoccus Thelypodium stenopetalum Wats. TH/Brassicaceae/slender- petaled the lypodium Therrnopsis macrophy lla H. & A. var. agnina J. T. Howel l THMAA/ Fabaceae/Santa Barbara false-lupine R-E -V -D Code Counties , ,14,54 7 8, OR 17,28, , NV 14 21,38,41, 44, ,53,0R 30,37,BA D Quadrangles 425C, 426D 211B, 212A, 260C 354, 374, 374D, 375, 375A, 376, B, 519D 467A, 467B, 484D 352B, 373, 373B, 373C, 373D, 374C 464B, 464C 739, 740A, 740B, 740C 516B, 517A, 517B, 519C, 519D, 533C, 534D, 548A 466B 412C, 487A, 487C, 488A 390C, 391A, 391D 408C, 448B, 466C, 467D, 485B 104B, 105A, 105B, 105D, 131C, 131D 702, 702B 51A 325D, 368D 131C, 131D 142B, 168A, 168C, 168D, 169D Notes -- SE, 1 SE, 1, 91 SE, 1 CR, FL, SE, 1, 97, 1 CE,, 1 w QI r- c;; -I ti).. ft

53 _..._--... ll"m TheY'Tnopsis maarophy lla H. & A. var. semota Jeps. THMAS/Fabaceae/velvety false-lupine A Thlaspi montanwn L. var. aaliforniawn (Wats.) P. Holmgren THMOC/Brassicaceae/Kneeland Prairie penny cress Thysanoaarpus aonahu liferus Greene THCO/Brassicaceae/Santa Cruz Is. fringe pod SCRB, SCRC Traayina rostrata Blake TRRO/Asteraceae/beaked tracyina ' , 549C, 616, 616A, 616B SE, 1 Triahostema austromontanwn Lewis ssp. aompaatwn Lewis TRAUC/Lamiaceae/Hidden Lake bluecurls C SE, 1 Trifo liwn amoenwn Greene TRAM- 1/Fabaceae/showy Indian clover l*,21*,23*, 28*,43,48*, 49* 4060, 44SA, 466B, 467B, 483A, 484B, 4850, 498C, SOOD, SOlA, SOlB, SOlC, 502A, 502C, 567B, 5670 SE, 1, 10 Trifo liwn dedeakerae Gillett TRDE-2/Fabaceae/DeDecker 's clover A, 352, 352A, 373, 412, 412A Trifo liwn lemmonii Wats. TRLE/Fabaceae/Lemmon 's clover ,32,46,NV 554A, 5700, 571, 587 SE, 1 Trifo liwn po lyodon Greene TRP0-3/Fabaceae/Pacific Grove clover C CR, SE, 1 Trifo liwn triahoaalyx Heller TRTR-1/Fabaceae/Monterey clover C CE, SE, 1 Trilliwn ovatwn Pursh ssp. oettingeri Munz & Thorne TROV0-1/Liliaceae/Salmon Mtns. wake robin ' , Tri teleia alementina Hoover TRCL/Liliaceae/San Clemente Is. brodiaea SCLC, SCLS Tropidoaarpwn aapparidewn Greene TRCA-2/Brassicaceae/caper-fruited tropidocarpum ,7,11*,27, 39*, 43* 318C, 444B, 44SA, 463C, 4630, 464B, 578C, 10 Vaaainium aoaainewn Piper VACO/Ericaceae/Sisk iyou Mtns. huckleberry ,47,0R 574A, 701, 701C, 719C, 736, 737, 1 Vanaouveria ahrysantha Greene VACH/Podophyllaceae/Siskiyou inside-out flower ,47,0R 739 Vio la lanaeolata L. ssp. oaaidentalis (Gray) Russel l VILAO/Violaceae/western bog violet , OR 739A, 739B, 739C Wy ethia retiaulata Greene WYRE/Asteraceae/Eldorado Co. mu le ears SlOB, SllA, 1 Xy lorhiza orauttii (Vasey & Rose) Greene XYOR/Asteraceae/Orcutt 's woody aster ,33,BA 18A, 18B, 18C, 31A, 31B, 310, 32A, 330, 46C, 460, 62B 39 LI 2 1. CNPS has prepared a "Status Report" for this plant. Copies are available for a nominal charge that covers postage and handling. 2. See Contributions from the Gray Herbarium 204:151 (1973) for a revised description. 3. See Contributions from the Gray Herbarium 201 :4-6 (1971) for original description. See also Fremontia 1(2) : (1973). r" ;; -t (,,) co

54 40 LI 2 4. The 5. See spelling "mcdonaldiana" is not pennitted according to the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature now in effect. Contributions from the Gray Herbarium 204: (1973) for original description. Madrofio 19: 200, 201 (1968) for original description. Brittonia 29: (1977) for original description. 6. See 7. See 8. See Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 13:928 (1964) for revised description and Brittonia 29: (1977) for first California record. 9. See Brittonia 29: (1977) for original description. 10. Many collection sites are historic. 11. See University of California Publications 12. Specimens have been found for only one or from El Dorado Co. south to Mariposa Co., taxon may be nearing extinction. in Botany 60 :52 (1971) for revised description. two small populat ions near Camino, El Dorado Co. according to Purdy, but no specimens are cited. In Ownbey 's monograph, the alleged range is Thus, the broad range is in doubt. This 13. This name is used for dwarf plants near the coast, but populations of ssp. clavatus occasionally have very short individuals, thus indicating some doubt as to the validity of this taxon. 14. This plant, presumed extinct in 1974, has been rediscovered by Kay Paulson of Tule Lake. This taxon is definitely distinct from the triploid var. peckii of Oregon. 15. See Brittonia 27: 136 (1975) for original description. 16. See Kew Bulletin 29: 499 (1974) for original description. 17. See Contributions from the United States National Herbarium 37 : (1969) for recent taxonomic treatment. 18. See Madrofio 20: (1969) for original description. 19. This species is clearly distinct from the widespread Carex jepsonii. Confusion is caused by the large number of specimens in herbaria that are mislabeled. See also Madrofio 26 :48 (1979). 20. Malcomb Nobs has not seen any "pure" populations, except from 501B and 517C. 21. See Four Seasons 2(4) :23, 24 (1968) for original description. 22. See Bul letin of the Torrey Botanical Club 100: (1973) for original description. 23. See Great Basin Naturalist Memoirs 2: (1978) for revised taxonomy. 24. See Canadian Journal of Botany 49: (1971) for recent taxonomic treatment. 25. See Systematic Botany 2: (1977) for original description. 26. See Brittonia 22: (1970) for original description. 27. As here defined, the species includes ssp. antonia and ssp. purpurea. 28. Tom Oberbauer reports that recent attempts to find this plant were unsuccessful. 29. Commercially exploited in Oregon according to Tom Jimerson. 30. See Madrano 23: (1975) for revised taxonomy and descript ion. 31. See Aliso 8: (1974) for original description. 32. This plant, presumed extinct, was rediscovered in the wild by Ralph Philbrick in See Fremontia 5(4) : (1978). 33. See Cactus and Succulent Journal 46:80 (1974) for original description. 34. This plant, presumed extinct in the 1974 edition, was rediscovered in the wild in 1979 by Six Rivers National Forest staff. 35. See Mentzelia 1:19-21 (1975) for description. 36. See Madrano 23: (1975) for original description. 37. See Phytologia 40 :467 (197 8) for revised nomenclature. 38. James Bartel reports that this plant has not been seen recent ly in the field. 39. See unpublished doctoral dissertation by M. Y. Sheikh (1977) at the University 40. See Aliso 9: (1978) for explanation of tran sfer to Crossosomataceae. of California, Berkeley for descriptions. 41. Wayne Roderick and Donald Santana both report that this taxon is distinct from Friti ZZaria Zanceo lata. See Jepson (1925), p. 242 for descriptions. 42. See Dempster, L. T Galium. In, Flora of California by W. L. Jepson. Vo l. 4, Pt. 2. Jepson Herbarium and Library. University of California, Berkeley This plant, listed as presumed extinct in the 1974 edition, was rediscovered in the wild in See Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 98 : 332 (1971) for original description. 45. See Madrano 18:75-84 (1965) for revised description. Plants of widespread occurrence, fonnerly placed in this taxon, are now called G. bracteata. 46. See Memo irs of the New York Botanical Garden 26: (1976) for a recent taxonomic treatment. 47. See Southwestern Naturalist 19:140, 141 (1974) for revised nomenclature. \ 0 r"' ;; -t ti)

55 t::"'i " See Madrono 26: 10S-127 (1979) for revised taxonomy and description. 49. Some herbarium specimens of He Zianthus exi Zis may well be H. bozanderi. The original habitat of the former seems to be serpentine seeps, not the riparian or ditchside situation where the latter is usually found. SO. Although close to extinction in its original location in the wild, it is widely planted. s i. This plant, presumed extinct in the 1974 edition, has been recollected in 1979 near Red Bluff and at the Kunkle Reservoir by Lowell Ahart, and near Oroville in 1979 by Jim Jokerst. S3. This variety was proposed in an unpublished doctoral dissertat ion by Janet Hohn (197S), University of Washington, Seattle. S4. This showy plant appeals to the commercial and private collector and is, therefore, threatened because of exploitation. SS. See Brittonia 26 : 30S (1974) for original description. S6. See Four Seasons 2(4) :12-14 (1968) for original description. S7. This plant, presumed extinct in the 1974 edition, was found in the wild in S8. This plant, presumed extinct in 1974, was rediscovered in the wild in 1974 by Doris Niles. Twenty or thirty plants were seen in the surruner of Other sites appear to be historic and identifications from interior locations are suspect. S9. See Brittonia 2S:l87 (1973) for descriptions. 60. See Brittonia 21 :11-14 (1969) for original description. 61. See Madrano 24 : 1SO, lsl (1977) for revised description. The var. pacifieus is not a consistently separable entity. 62. Thi s plant, listed as presumed extinct in the 1974 edition, was rediscovered in the wild by Mitchel Beauchamp in See Madrono 26: (1979) for original description. 64. See Brittonia 30: (1978) for revised nomenclature. 6S. To be recognized as a distinct taxon by David Dunn. 66. See Madrano 22: 169 (1973) for revised description and range. This plant is a very narrow endemic, with the more widespread material being referred to ssp. hypozasius. 67. See Leaflets of Western Botany 2:266 (1940) for original description. David Dunn removes this plant from synonymy under Lupinus adsurgens var. unduzata. Earlier CNPS records are confused as to which of these is the inclusive name. 68. See Aliso 7:66-68 (1969) for original description. 69. Thi s endemic to the Lassies will be described by Thomas W. Ne lson of Humboldt State University. 70. See Aliso 7:6S, 66 (1969) for original description. 71. This plant, first discovered by G. L. Stebbins, wi ll be named in his honor by Thomas W. Nelson of Humboldt State University. 72. See Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society S7: for a detai led discussion of the differences between Berberis and Mahonia. 73. See Four Seasons 3(1) :7-10 (1969) for original description and Fremontia 6(1) :28, 29 (1978) for range extension. The necessary varietal combinat ion has not yet been effected. 74. See Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 27: (1977) for revised description and first records for California. 7S. According to Reed Rollins, Harvard University, this combination is preferred to Cardamine gambe Zii. 76. See Madrano 24 : (1977) for original description. 77. According to Lyman Benson, this variety has been confused with the more abundant and widespread var. major. 78. See Madrano 26: (1979) for original description. 79. This plant, presumed ext inct in 1974, was rediscovered in the wi ld in See University of California Publications in Botany 65 :1-41 (1973) for descriptions and recent taxonomic treatment. 81. See University of California Publicat ions in Botany 55:1-74 (1969) for descriptions and recent taxonomic treatment. 82. See Brittonia 22 : (1970) for original description. 83. See Proceedings of the Symposium on the Biology of the California Islands, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden (1967) for a discussion of this taxon. 84. Even if merged withp. nudiuseu Za--;-the plants referred to the more broadly defined taxon would still be very rare and highly endangered because of urban expansion. 85. We are retaining the spelling used by Rydberg in the North American Flora. Other orthographic variations in the spelling of the generic name and epithet will be encountered in the literature. 86. See Sida 4: (1972) for revised description. 87. See Clausen, R. T Sedum of North America north of the Mexican Plateau. Cornell University Press. Ithaca. 742 pp. 88. See Brittonia 30: (1978) for original description--: This plant is rapidly approaching ext inct because of the lowering of the water table. See Fremontia 5(4) :34, 35 (1978) and 6(3) :26, 27, (1978). 90. See Four Seasons 4(4) : 20, 22 (1974) for original description. 91. Here treated in the broad sense to include the ssp. ezatius, hirtifzorus, and morrisonii..41 LI 2 r" ;; -t ti) ""'...

56 LI See Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 21: (1971) for revised taxonomy and new descriptions. 93. See Aliso 8:15-17 (1973) for original description. 94. See Madrano 19: (1968) for original description. 95. See Fremontia 7(1) : (1979). 96. See Fremontia 5(4) :15-16 (1978). 97. See Fremontia 1(3) :8-10 (1973)..Clo N r- ;; -I...,

57 - W uw w w...,... _ w w " , ,.,, = r z c r- > z Z -1 Z o ::C c -1 >-1 -I ""Jiii,.,., ::a,.,., ::a c!" ::a,,, >!!' LI THREE: PLANTS RARE, BUT NOT ENDANG ERED Plants listed here are margina lly rare and their vulnerabi lity or susceptibility to threat appears low at present. However, they are rare enough to that their status should be monitored regularly. As in List 2, these plants are rare throughout their range, whether or not they are restricted to California. Most of the plants in List 3 appeared in Appendix 1 of the 1974 edition of the Inventory. For an explanation of the format of this list, see the introductory section entitled "The Plant Lists and How to Interpret Them." County codes are explained on the inside front cover and the R-E-V- D codes are summarized on the inside back cover. r- w 43 LI 3 c.>

58 zz 44 LI 3... u; -t Co) Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Counties Notes Abies bracteata D. Don ex Poiteau ABBR/Pinaceae/Santa Lucia fir 27' 40 Acanthomintha lanceolata Curran ACLA-1/Lamiaceae/Santa Clara thornmint ,24,27,35, 43,50 Acanthomintha obovata Jeps. ssp. obovata ACOBO/Lamiaceae/San Benito thornmint 10,15,27,35, 40,42,56 Agave utahensis Engelm. var. nevadensis Engelm. AGUTN/Agavaceae/Clark Mountain agave ' 36 2 Agrostis hooveri Swallen AGHO/Poaceae/Hoover 's bent grass , 42 A Uium fimbriatum Wats. var. munzii Ownbey & Aase ALFIM-2/Liliaceae/Munz 's onion 33 Allium fimbriatum Wats. var. purdyi ALFIP-2/Liliaceae/Purdy 's onion (Eastw.) Ownby & Aase 6, 17 Allium fimbriatum Wats. var. sharsmithiae Ownbey & Aase ALFIS/Liliaceae/Sharsmith's onion 50 Allium howellii Eastw. var. clokeyi Ownbey & Aase ALHOC/Liliaceae/Mt. Pinos onion Allium monticola A. Davids. var. keckii (Munz) Ownbey & Aase ALMOK/Lil iaceae/mountain onion 19,30,33,42, 56 Allium parishii Wats. ALPA-2/Liliaceae/Parish's onion ,33,36,AZ Amsinckia lunaris Macbr. AMLU/ Boraginaceae/bent-flowered fiddleneck ,45,49 Amsinckia VeY'rlicosa Hook. & Arn. var. furcata (Suksd.) Hoover in Jeps. AMVEF/Boraginaceae/green fiddleneck 10, 15,16,35 Ange lica ca llii Math. & Const. ANCA-2/Apiaceae/Call's angelica 10,15,54 SE, 1 Antennaria suffrutescens Greene ANSU-2/Asteraceae/evergreen everlasting ,12,0R Antirrhinum ovatum Eastw. ANOV/Scrophulariaceae/oval-leaved snap dragon ' 40 Antirrhinum virga Gray ANVI-2/Scrophulariaceae/tall snapdragon 17,23,49 Arabis blepharophy lla H. & A. ARBL/Brassicaceae/coast rock-cress ,38,41,44, 49 Arabis breweri Wats. var. austinae (Greene) Rol l. ARBRA/Brassicaceae/Chico Creek rock- cress 4,29,51 = oe & aft e a 01<._.. c.,-,.

59 , ,..._ _ Arabis fernaldiana Rollins var. stylosa (Wats.) Rol lins ARFES/Brassicaceae/Fernald 's rock cress , NV Arabis microphy lla Nutt. ARMI -2/Brassicaceae/small-leaved rock cress Arabis parishii Wats. ARPA-4/Brassicaceae/Parish 's rock cress Arabis pygmaea Rollins ARPY- 1 /Brassicaceae/Tulare Co. rock cress S4 Arabis rigidissima Rollins ARRI/Brassicaceae/Trinity Mtns. rock cress ' S3 Arctostaphy los hispidula T. J. Howell ARHI-2/Ericaceae/Gasquet manzanita ,12,0R Arctostaphy los hooveri P. V. Wells ARH0-4/Ericaceae/Hoover's manzanita 27, 40 Arctostaphy los nissenana Merriam ARNI/Ericaceae/Eldorado manzanita 9, SS Arctostaphylos obispoensis Eastw. AROB- 2/Ericaceae/serpentine manzanita 27, 40 Arctostaphy los pajaroensis Adams ARPA- 6/Ericaceae/Paj aro manzanita ' 44 Arctostaphy los pechoensis Dudl. ex Abrams ARPE- 2/Ericaceae/Pecho manzanita 40, 42 Arctostaphy los pilosula Jeps. & Wies. ssp. pismoensis P. V. Wells ARPIP-2/Ericaceae/Edna manzanita 40 3 Arctostaphy los tomentosa (Pursh) Lindl. ssp. insulicola P. V. Wel ls ARTOI/Ericaceae/shaggybarked manzanita 6S, 66 Arctostaphy los tomentosa (Pursh) Lindl. ssp. subcordata (Eastw.) P. V. Wells ARTOS/Ericaceae/Santa Cruz Is. manzanita 6S Arctostaphy los viridissima McMinn ARVI-4/Ericaceae/white-haired manzanita Arenaria howe llii Wats. ARH0-1/Caryophyl laceae/howell's sandwort , OR, 1 Amica cemua T. J. Howell ARCE/Asteraceae/serpentine arnica ,12,47,0R Amica spathulata Greene ssp. spathulata ARSPS-3/Asteraceae/Klamath arnic ,12,47,0R Asclepias solanoana Woodson ASSO/Asclepiadaceae/prostrate milkweed 6,17,28,49, S2, S3 4 Aster g eatai Parish ASGR/Asteraceae/Greata's aster LI 3 r- ;;.. c,,).i:. UI

60 46 LI 3 ""' 0) Scientific Name Code/Family Name/ Vernacular Name R-E -V-D Code Counties Notes... - en -t w Astraga lus albens Greene ASAL-1/Fabaceae/silvery-white milkvetch 36 Astragalus atratus Wats. var. mensanus Jones ASATM/Fabaceae/Darwin Mesa milkvetch 1 4 Astragalus bicristatus Gray ASBI/Fabaceae/crested milkvetch 33, 36 Astraga lus breweri Gray ASBR-1/Fabaceae/Brewer 's milkvetch Astraga lus cleve landii Greene ASCL-2/Fabaceae/Cleveland 's milkvetch 1 7,21,23,28, 49 17,28,35 Astraga lus crotalariae (Benth.) Gray ASCR/Fabaceae/Sa lton milkvetch ,37,AZ,BA Astraga lus gi lmanii Tides ASGI-3/Fabaceae/Gilman 's milkvetch Astragalus inversus Jones ASIN- 2/Fabaceae/Susanville milkvetch 1 8,25,45,47 Astragalus kentrophyta Gray var. danaus Barneby ASKED/Fabaceae/Sweetwater Mtns. milkvetch 1 0, 1 4,26 Astragalus Zeucolobus Jones ASLE- 5/Fabaceae/Bear Valley woolly pod 33,36,37 Astraga lus macrodon (H. & A.) Gray ASMA- 1/Fabaceae/Salinas milkvetch 1 5,27,35,40 Astragalus miguelensis Greene ASMI/Fabaceae/San Miguel milkvetch 59,60,61,65, 66 Astragalus nutans Jones ASNU-1/Fabaceae/Providence Mtn. milkvetch 1 3,33,36 Astraga lus pauperculus Greene ASPA-3/Fabaceae/depauperate milkvetch 4,45,52 Astragalus tricarinatus Gray AR- 2/Fabaceae/triple-ribbed milkvetch 33 Astraga lus wnbraticus Sheld. ASUM/Fabaceae/Bald Mtn. milkvetch , OR Astragalus webberi Gray ASWE/Fabaceae/Webber's milkvetch 32, 46 Baccharis plumrnerae Gray BAPL-3/Asteraceae/Plummer 's baccharis 1 9,42,56,65 Bo landra californica Gray BOCA/Saxifragaceae/Sierra bolandra 2,3,5,9, 22,37,55 Boykinia rotundifo lia Parry BOR0-2/Saxifragaceae/round- leaved boykinia 1 9,33,36,37, 42, 56 _.. _

61 "'" - OU 4 w w Ci. ;oc 0 w = =» Bricke ZZia nevinii Gray BRNE/Asteraceae/Nevin 's brickellia 1S,19,42,S6 Ca Zamagrostis bo Zanderi Thurb. CAB0-1/Poaceae/Bolander 's reedgrass 12,23,49 CaZamagrostis ophitidis (J. T. Howell) Nygren CAOP-1/Poaceae/serpentine reedgrass 17,21,49 Ca Zochortus catazinae Wats. CACA - S/Liliaceae/Catalina mariposa lily 19,30,37,40, 42,S6,64,6S, 66 CaZochortus czavatus Wats. var. czavatus CACLC-1/Liliaceae/club-haired mariposa lily 40, 42 Ca Zochortus nudus Wat s. var. shastensis (Purdy) Jeps. CANUS/Liliaccae/Shasta star tul ip 47 Ca lochortus pazmeri Wat s. var. munzii Ownbey CAPAM/Lil iaceae/munz' s maripo sa h ly Ca Zochortus puzche ZZus Dougl. ex Benth. CAPU- 2/Lil iaccae/mt. Di ablo fa iry lantern , 28 Ca Zochortus simuzans (Hoover) Mun z CASI-4/Liliaceae/San Lu is Obispo mariposa lily 40 Ca Zochortus wnbe Z Zatus Wood CAUM- 1/Liliaceae/Oakland star tulip ,7,21,43 Ca Zycadenia oppositifo Zia (Greene) Greene CAOP -2/Ast eraceae/ Butte Co. calycadenia 4 CaZyptridium quadripetazum Wats. CAQU/ Portulacaceae/four-petaled ca lyptridium 11, 19, 28,49 Ca Zystegia ma Zacophy ZZa (Greene) Mun z var. berryi (Eastw.) Brummit CAMAB/Convolvu laceae/berry 's morning glory 10, S4 s Camissonia integrif ozia Raven CAIN- 8/0nagraceae/Kern River ev ening-primrose ls 6 Camissonia kernensis (Munz) Raven ssp. kernensis CAKEK/Onagraceae/Kern Co. evening-primrose ls 6 Camissonia tanacetifo Zia (T. & G.) Raven ssp. quadriperforata Raven CATAQ/Onagraceae/Sierra Val ley even ing-primrose 18,32,46 6 Campanu Za exiqua Rattan CAEX-4/Campanu laceae/chaparral harebell 1,7,27,3S, 40, 43 Campanu Za wi Zkinsiana Greene CAWI/Campanulaceae/Wilkin ' s harebell 4S,47,S3 Carex congdonii Bailey CAC0-3/Cyperaceae/Congdon 's sedge 10,20,22,S4, SS Carex da.vyi Mkze. CAOA/Cyperaceae/Davy's sedge 2,3,S,9, 29,31,SS Carex gigas (Holm) Mkze. CAGI/Cyperaceae/Siskiyou sedge Carpenteria cazifornica Torr. CACA- 9/Hydrangeaceae/tree-anemone ,32,47,S3, OR 10 I"" ;; -f w 47 LI 3.i:o. """'

62 48 LI 3 Q) Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Count ies Notes I"" u;... w Cas tilleja brevilobata Piper CABR-9/Scrophulariaceae/short -lobed paintbrush ,47,0R, 1 Castilleja cinerea Gray CACI - 2/Scrophulariaceae/ash-gray paintbrush Castilleja ewanii Eastw. CAEW/Scrophulariaceae/Ewan 's paintbrush 33, 36 Castilleja latifolia H. & A. ssp. latifo lia CALAL/Scrophulariaceae/Monterey paintbrush 27,44 Castilleja plagiotoma Gray CAPL-2/Scrophulariaceae/Moj ave paintbrush 1 5,19,36,40 Ceanothus fresnensis Dudl. ex Abrams CEFR/Rhamnaceae/Fresno ceanothus 5, 10, 20, 22, 55 Ceanothus gloriosus J. T. Howell var. gloriosus CEGLG/Rhamnaceae/Pt. Reyes ceanothus 2 1,23,49 Ceanothus insularis Eastw. CEIN-2/Rhamnaceae/island ceanothus 65, 66 Ceanothus purpureus Jeps. CEPU-2/Rhamnaceae/Napa ceanothus 28, 48 Ceanothus rigidus Nutt. CERI/Rhamnaceae/Monterey ceanothus ' 44 Ceanothus sonomensis J. T. Howell CES0-2/Rhamnaceae/Sonoma ceanothus 49 Centrostegia insignis Heller CEIN- 6/Polygonaceae/Indian Valley tentrostegia 27 ' 40, 7 Centrostegia vortriedei Goodm. CEVO/Polygonaceae/Vortriede 's spine flower 27' 40 7 Cercocarpus betuloides Nutt. ex T. & G. ssp. blancheae (C. K. Schneid.) Thorne CEBEB-2/Rosaceae/ island mountain mahogany 1 9,56,64,65, 66 Chaenactis suffrutescens Gray CHSU/Ast eraceae/shasta chaenactis 47' 53 Chorizanthe blakleyi Hardham CHBL/Polygonaceae/Blakley's spine flower 40, 42 Chorizanthe douglasii Benth. CHD0-2/Polygonaceae/Doug las ' spine flower 27,35,40 Chorizanthe procumbens Nutt. var. albiflora Goodm. CHPRA/Polygonaceae/Fallbrook spine flower 37 Chorizanthe robusta Parry CHRO/Polygonaceae/robust spine flower 1,27,41,44 Chorizanthe wheeleri Wats. CHWH-2/Polygonaceae/Wheeler ' s spine flower 1 9,42,56,65,

63 .. -.., J www WWW ---"""' _ _..., W - Cirsiwn andrewsii (Gray) Jeps. CIAN- 2/Asteraceae/Franciscan thistle 2 1,38,41,49 Cirsiwn walkerianwn Petrak CIWA/Asteraceae/Alameda Co. thistle 1,21,49 Clarkia amoena (Lehrn.) Nels. & Macbr. ssp. whitneyi (Gray) Lewis & Lewis CLAMW/Onagraceae/Whi tney ' s farewell-to-spring Clarkia bi loba (Durand) Nels. & Macbr. ssp. austra lis Lewis & Lewis CLBIA/Onagraceae/Mariposa clarkia 22 Clarkia borea lis E. Small ssp. borea lis CLBOB/Onagraceae/northern clarkia 45, 53 8 Clarkia breweri (Gray) Greene CLBR-1/0nagraceae/Brewer 's clarkia 1, 10,24,35, 43, 50 Clarkia exi lis Lewi s & Vasek CLEX/Onagraceae/slender clarkia 1 5' 54 Clarkia jo lonensis Parnell CLJO/Onagraceae/Jolo clarkia 27 9 Clarkia Zewisii Raven & Parnell CLLE/Onagraceae/Lewis' clarkia Clarkia mi ldrediae (Heller) Lewis & Lewis CLMI/Onagraceae/Mildred 's clarkia 4' 32 Clarkia rubicunda (Lindl.) Lewis & Lewis ssp. rubicunda CLRUR/Onagraceae/ruddy clarkia 1,21,27,38, 4 1,43,44 Clarkia virgata Greene CLVI/Onagraceae/Sierra clarkia 3,5,9,22, 55 Co llinsia franciscana Biolett i COFR/Scrophulariaceae/San Francisco collinsia 27,38,41,44 Co llinsia greenei Gray COGR-2/Scrophul ariaceae/green 's blue-eyed Mary 1 2,1 7,23,28, 47,49,52,53 Co llomia diversifo lia Greene CODI-1/Polemoniaceae/serpentine collornia 6,11, 1 7,23, 28 Co llomia tracyi Mason COTR/Polemon iaceae/tracy 's collomia 1 2,47,53 Comaro staphy los diversifo lia (Parry) Greene ssp. diversifolia CODID/Ericaceae/surnmer holly , BA Cordy lanthus eremicus (Cov. & Mort.) Munz ssp. eremicus COERE/Scrophulariaceae/desert bird's beak 1 4 Cordy lanthus maritimus Nutt. ssp. palustris (Behr) Chuang & Heckard COMAP2/Scrophulariaceae/Pt. Reyes bird's beak *,1 2,21,40, 4 1,43,49,0R Cordy lanthus tecopensis Mun z & Roos COTE -1/Scrophular iaceae/tecopa bird's beak ,36,NV,OR Corethrogyne fi laginifo lia (H. & A. ) Nutt. var. incana (Nutt.) Canby COFII/Asteraceae/San Diego sand aster , BA Corethrogyne Zeucophy ZZa Jeps. COLE/Asteraceae/branching beach-aster 49 LI ,40,44 c en -t w <D

64 ct o c a ** a,.,, n e c co c._ c rt r r m 50 LI 3 (II 0 Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Count ies Notes r- u; -I (,.) CorydaZis caseana Gray ssp. caseana COCAC-4/Fumariaceae/Sierra corydalis 4,18,31,32, 45,46, 52,54 Cro ssosoma ca ZiforniCUJT1 Nutt. CRCA-3/Crossosomataceae/Catalina crossosoma ,66,GU Cryptantha costata Bdg. CRC0-3/Boraginaceae/ribbed cryptantha ,33,36,37, AZ Cryptantha crymophi Za Jtn. CRCR- 2/Boraginaceae/Alpine Co. cryptantha 2, 55 Cryp tantha excavata Bdg. CREX/Boraginaceae/deep- scarred cryptantha 6,17,57 Cryptantha hispiduza Greene ex Brand CRHI/Boraginaceae/Napa cryptantha 17' 28 Cryp tantha ho Zoptera (Gray) Macbr. CRH0-2/Boraginaceae/winged cryptantha ,33,36,37, AZ Cryptantha hooveri Jtn. CRH0-3/Boraginaceae/Hoover's cryptantha 1,7,20,24, 39, 50 Cryp tantha mariposae Jtn. CRMA- 1/Boraginaceae/Mariposa cryptantha 5,22,55 Cryptantha rattanii Greene CRRA- 1/Boraginaceae/Rattan 's cryptantha ,27-, 35 Cryp tar.tha tumu Zosa (Pays.) Pays. CRTU/ Boraginaceae/New York Mtns. cryptantha , NV Cupressus bakeri Jeps. ssp. bakeri CUBAB/Cupressaceae/Modoc cypress 25,32,45,47 Cupressus bakeri Jeps. ssp. ma tthewsii C. B. Wolf CUBAM/Cupressaceae/Siskiyou cypress , OR Cupressus nevadensis Abrams CUNE/Cupressaceae/Piute cypress 15, 54 Cupressus pygmaea (Lemmon) Sarg. CUPY/Cupressaceae/pygmy cypress , 49 Cuscuta howe ZZiana Rubtzoff CUHO/Cuscutaceae/Bogg 's Lake dodder 3,4,17,31, 34,45,49,52, 58 SE, 1, 11, 12 Cypripedium cazif ornicujti Gray CYCA-2/0rchidaceae/California lady's slipper DarZingtonia ca Zifornica Torr. DACA-2/Sarraceniaceae/California pitcher plant Dedeckera eurekensis Reveal & Howell DEEU/Polygonaceae/July gold DeZphinium gypsophi Zum Ewan ssp. gypsophi Zum DEGYG/Ranunculaceae/gypsum-loving larkspur ,12,20,22, 32,47,53,0R 8,29,32,45, 47,53,58,0R 14 10,15,16,20, 24,39,50 13, CR, SE, 1, 15

65 De lphinium gypsophi lum Ewan ssp. parviflorum Lewis & Epl ing DEGYP/Ranunculaceae/small-flowered gypsum- loving larkspur 27, 40 De lphinium parishii Gray ssp. purpureum Lewis & Epl ing DEPAP/Ranunculaceae/Mt. Pinos larkspur 15, 56 De lphinium parishii Gray ssp. subglobosum (Wiggins) Lewis & Epl ing DEPAS/Ranuncu laceae/parish 's larkspur ,37,BA De lphinium purpusii Bdg. DEPU/Ranunculaceae/Kern Co. larkspur 15, 54 De lphinium uliginosum Curran DELU/Ranunculaceae/swamp larkspur 6,17,28 Delphinium umbracu Zorum Lewis & Epl ing DEUM/Ranunculaceae/umbrella larkspur 27, 40 Dend:t>omecon rigida Benth. ssp. hardfordii (Kell.) Raven DERIH/ Papaveraceae/Channel Is. tree-poppy 65, 66 Dentaria gerrunata (Greene) T. J. Howell DEGE/Brassicaceae/yellow- tubered toothwort ,47,0R Dicen ra nevadensis Eastw. DINE- 2/Fumariaceae/Sierra Nevada bleeding heart 10, 54, 1 Diche losterruna venustum (Greene) Hoover DIVE/Liliaceae/rose firecracker flower ,12,23,45, 47,53,0R 14 Diplacus aridus Abrams DIAR -1/Scrophulariaceae/low bush monkey flower ,37,BA Dip lacus clevelandii Bdg. DICL/Scrophulariaceae/Cleveland 's monkey flower ,33,37, BA Diplacus grandiflorus Groen!. DIGR/Scrophu lariaceae/ large-flowered bush monkey flower ,29,31,32, 58 Diplacus parviflorus Greene DIPA-3/Scrophulariaceae/island bush monkey flower 59,60,65,66 Dirca occidenta lis Gray DIOC-3/Thymelaeaceae/western 1 eatherwood 1,7,21,41, 49 Draba lerrunonii Wats. var. incrassata Rollins DRLE I/Brassicaceae/Sweetwater Mtns. draba Draba pterosperrna Pays. DRPT/Brassicaceae/winged-seed draba 47 Draba sierrae C. W. Sharsm. DRSI/Brassicaceae/Sierra draba 14 Draba quadricostata Rollins DRQU/Brassicaceae/Bodie Hills draba , 1 Dudleya abramsii Rose ssp. murina (Eastw.) Morgan DUABM/Crassu laceae/san Lu is Obispo dudl eya 40 Dudleya bzochmaniae (Eastw. ) Moran ssp. blochmaniae DUBLB-2/Crassulaceae/Bloclunan ' s live forever 51 LI ,30*, 37*,40, 42,56,BA c: Ut -t c.,) U1...

66 52 LI 3 U1 N I"' ;;.. w Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Counties Notes Dudleya cymosa (Lem.) Britt. & Rose ssp. ovatifolia (Britt. in Britt. & Rose) Moran DUCYO/Crassulaceae/Santa Monica Mtns. live forever 19, 30 Dudleya greenei Rose DUGR/Crassulaceae/Greene's live forever 61,64,65,66 Dudleya saxosa (Jones) Britt. & Rose ssp. saxosa DUSAS/Crassulaceae/Panamint live forever ,33,36 14 Dudleya variegata (Wats.) Moran DUVA/Crassulaceae/variegated dudleya , BA Dudleya virens (Rose) Moran DUVI-1/Crassulaceae/bright green live forever ,60,62,64 Ea tonella congdonii Gray EACO/Asteraceae/Congdon 's eatonella 10,15,16,40 Echinocereus enge lmannii (Parry) Ruempler var. munzii Pierce & Fosb. ECENM/Cactaceae/Munz 's hedgehog cactus ,36,37,BA Epi Zobium rigidum Hausskn. EPRI/Onagraceae/Siskiyou Mtns. willow herb , OR Erema lche kernensis C. B. Wolf ERKE-3/Malvaceae/Kern mallow 15 Eriastrum hooveri (Jeps.) Mason ERH0-1/Polemoniaceae/Hoover 's eriastrum ,15,16,54 Eriastrum luteum (Benth. ) Mason ERLU-2/Polemoniaceae/yellow-flowered eriastrum 27' 40 Eriastrum pluriflorum (Hel ler) Mason ssp. sherman-hoytiae (Craig) Mason ERPLS/Polemoniaceae/many-flowered eriastrum 15' 19 Erias trum virga tum (Benth.) Mason ERVI-1/Polemoniaceae/virgate eriastrum 19,27,35,56 Erigeron cervinus Greene ERCE-2/Asteraceae/Sisk iyou daisy ,53,0R Erigeron fo liosus Nutt. var. blochmaneae (Greene) Hall ERFOB/Asteraceae/Blochman's leafy daisy , 42 SE, 1 Erigeron miser Gray ERMI-1/Asteraceae/starved daisy 4,29,31 Erigeron petrophilus Greene ERPE-2/Asteraceae/rock daisy ,7,17,21, 27,28,32,0R Erigeron sanctarum Wats. ERSA-2/Asteraceae/Saint 's daisy 40,42,66 Eriodictyon traskiae Eastw. ssp. traskiae ERTRT-1/Hydrophyllaceae/Trask 's yerba santa 64 Eriogonum argilzosum J. T. Howell ERAR-4/Polygonaceae/clay-loving buckwheat 27,35,43 It I... t coo

67 .. q W' W WWW OW 9 #W ff! W -... "'.._.,.""-"ll y,.. u ""'"" ! _. O"ll Eriogonum caninum (Greene) Munz ERCA- 2/Polygonaceae/Tiburon buckwheat ,21,28,49* SE, 1, 16 Eriogonum congdonii (S. Stokes) Reveal ERC0-8/Polygonaceae/Congdon 's buckwheat ' 53 Eriogonum diczinum Reveal ERDI -4/Polygonaceae/Jaynes Canyon buckwheat , OR SE, 1, 39 Eriogonum eastwoodianum J. T. Howell EREA/Polygonaceae/Eastwood 's buckwheat 10, 27 Eriogonum gizmannii S. Stokes ERG I-1/Polygonaceae/Gilman 's buckwheat 14 SE, 1 Eriogonwn gossypinwn Curran ERGO/Polygonaceae/cottony buckwheat ,15,16,40 Eriogonwn grande Greene var. grande ERGRG- 2 /Polygonaceae/ is land buckwheat , 60,64,65 Eriogonwn grande Greene var. timoi'wn Reveal ERGRT/Polygonaceae/San Nicholas Is. buckwheat 62 SE, 1 Er>iogonwn heermannii Du r. & Hilg. var. fzoccosum Munz ERHEF/Po lygonaceae/cl ark Mtn. buckwheat 3 6 Eriogonwn hirte ZZwn J. T. Howell & Bacig. ERHI- 2/Polygonaceae/Klamath Mtn. buckwheat , 47 SE, 1 Eriogonwn hoffmannii S. Stokes var. hoffmannii ERHOH/Polygonaceae/Hoffmann 's buckwheat 14 Eriogonwn hoffmannii S. Stokes var. robustius S. Stokes ERHOR/Po lygonaceae/robust Hoffmann 's buckwheat 1 4 Eriogonwn intrafractwn Cov. & Mort. ERIN-4/Polygonaceae/jointed buckwheat 14 SE, 1 Eriogonwn pozypodwn Small ERP0-1/Po iygonaceae/tulare Co. buckwheat Eriogonum siskiyouense Sma ll ERSI/Polygonaceae/Siskiyou buckwheat 47' 53, 1 Eriogonum strictwn Benth. var. greenei (Gray) Reveal ERG/Polygonaceae/Greene 's buckwheat 47' Eriogonum temb Zorense J. T. Howell & Twisselmann ERTE-5/Polygonaceae/Temb lor buckwheat 15,27,40 Eriogonwn ternatwn T. J. Howell ERTE/Polygonaceae/Wa ldo buckwheat , 47,52 Er iogonum wnbez Zatwn Torr. var. minus I. M. Johnston ERUMM-1/Polygonaceae/alpine sulfur-flowered buckwheat , 36 SE, 1 Eriogonum vesti tum J. T. Howel 1 ERVE/Polygonaceae/Idria buckwheat 10.24,35 EriophyZZwn jepsonii Greene ERJE/Asteraceae/Jepson's eriophyllum 1,7, 15,35, 43, so Eriophy 7lwn lanatwn (Pursh) Forbes var. obovatwn (Greene) Hall ERLAO/Asteraceae/wool ly-sunflower ,15,36,54!:: en -I (.) 53 LI 3 UI (,)

68 54 LI 3 U1.i::o. Scientific Name Code/Fami ly Name/Vernacular Name Eryngium pinnatisectum Jeps. ERPI-2/Apiaceae/Tuolumne coyote thistle R-E -V-D Code Counties ,S,34,SS Notes r"' c;; -I w Erysimwn ammophizum Heller ERAM-2/Brassicaceae/coast wallflower ,37,44,S6, 66 Erysirrrwn franciscanum G. Rossb. var. franciscanum ERFRF/Brassicaceae/San Francisco wallflower ,38,41,44, 49 SE, 1 Erysirrrwn suffr>utescens (Abrams) G. Rossb. var. grandifozium G. Rossb. ERSUG/Brassicaceae/large- leaved wallflower , 42 Ery sirrrwn suffrutescens (Ahrams) G. Rossbach var. Zorrrpocense ERSUL/Brassicaceae/San Luis Obispo wallflower ' 42 Ery thronium citrinum Wats. ERCI-3/Liliaceae/Lemon-colored fawn- lily ,47,0R Erythronium howez Zii \'lats. ERH0-3/Liliaceae/Howell's fawn-lily , OR Ery t hronium kzamathense Applegate ERKL/Liliaceae/Klamath fawn-lily , OR Erythronium tuozumnense App legate ERTU/Liliaceae/Tuolumne fawn lily SS EschschoZzia hypecoides Benth. ESHY/Papaveraceae/San Benito poppy ,27,3S,40 Eschscho Zzia ramosa Greene ESRA/Papaveraceae/island poppy ,63,64,6S, 66, GU Eupatorium shastense Taylor & Stebbins EUSH/Asteraceae/Shasta eupatorium 4S, 1 8 Euphorbia ocezzata Dur. & Hilg. var. rattanii (Wats.) Wheeler EUOCR/Euphorbiaceae/Stony Creek spurge 11 Frasera negzecta Hall FRNE/Gentianaceae/pine green- gentian 1S,1 9,36,S6 Fremontodendron cazifornicwn Cov. ssp. obispoense (Eastw.) Munz FRCAO/Sterculiaceae/San Luis Obispo fremontia 40, 42 Friti Z Zaria eastwoodiae MacfaTlane FREA/Liliaceae/Butte County fritillary ' 4S SE, 1, 19 Fri ti Z Zaria pzurifzora Torr. in Benth. FRPL-2/Liliaceae/adobe- lily ,6,11,17, 28,32,48,S7 Fri tizzaria purdyi Eastw. FRPU-3/Liliaceae/Purdy 's fritillary 6,11,1 2,17, 23,28,S2,S3 Ga Zium angus tifozium Nutt. ssp. gabriezense (Munz & Johnston) Dempster & Stebbins GAANG-2/Rubiaceae/San Antonio Canyon besdtraw 19, GaZium angustifo Zium Nutt. ssp. onycense (Dempster) Dempster & Stebbins GAANO/Rubiaceae/Onyx bedstraw ls 20 Ga Zium ca Zifornicum Hook. & Arn. ssp. miguezense GACAM/Rubiaceae/San Miguel Is. bedstraw (Greene) Dempster & Stebbins 61, tti r;

69 Caliwn catalinense Gray ssp. ca talinense GACAC- 2/Rubiaceae/Catalina bedstraw Ca liwn clementis Eastw. GACL-1/Rubiaceae/Santa Lucia bedstraw 27, 20 Ca lium cliftonsmithii (Dempster) Dempster & Stebbins GACL- 2/Rubiaceae/Santa Barbara bedstraw 27,40, Ca lium hi lendiae Dempster & Ehrend. ssp. carneum (Hilend. & Howell) Demp ster & Ehrend. GAHIC/Rubiac eae/panamint Mtns. bedstraw Calium jepsonii Hilend. & Howell GAJE/Rubiaceae/Jepson 's bedstraw , Caliwn johnstonii Dempster & Stebbins GAJO/Rubiaceae/Johnston 's bedstraw 19,36,37,42 20 Caliwn nuttallii Gray ssp. insulare Ferris GANU I/Rubiaceae/ island bedstraw 19,37,42,64, 65, Ci lia latiflora (Gray) Gray ssp. cuyamensis A. & V. Grant GILAC-2/Polernon iaceae/broad-flowered gilia 15,19,42,56 Cilia nevinii Gray GINE/Polemoniaceae/Nevin's gilia ,64,GU CrindeZia camporum Greene var. parviflora Steyermark GRCAP/Asteraceae/Great Val ley tarweed 1, 7, 33, 38 ' 41 Crinde Zia humilis Hook. & Arn. GRHU/Asteraceae/marsh tarweed 1,7,21,28, 41,43,48,49 Crinde Zia latifo lia Kel l. ssp. latifolia GRLAL/Asteraceae/coastal gumplant 27,40,42,59, 61,65,66 Hac ke lia amethystina J. T. Howell in Eastw. HAAM/ Boraginaceae/amethyst stickseed 11,23,52 21 Hackelia Zongituba Jtn. HALO/ Boraginaceae/long-fl owered stickseed 2,3,5,9, 31, Hackelia sharsmithii Jtn. HASH/ Boraginaceae/Sharsmith 's stickseed ,54,JllV 21 Hap lopappus lucidus (Keck) Keck HALU/Asteraceae/sticky hapl opappus 32,46,58 Hap lopappus racemosus (Nutt.) Torr. ssp. congestus (Greene) Hall HARAC/Asteraceae/Del Norte hapl opappus , OR Hazardia detonsa (Greene) Greene HADE-2/Asteraceae/island hazardia 59,63,65,66 22 Hemizonia calyculata (Babcock & Hall) Keck HECA-2/Asteraceae/Mendocino tarweed 17' 23 Hemizonia clementina Bdg. HECL- 2/Asteraceae/Catalina tarweed 59,60,62,63, 64 Hemizonia halliana Keck HEHA/ Asteraceae/Hall 's tarweed 55 LI 3 27,35,40!:::: en -t w U1 U1

70 56 LI 3 Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R -E -V -D Code Count ies Notes UI en,.. ;; -I w Hemizonia pa l lida Keck HEPA-S/Asteraceae/Kern tarweed ls Hemizonia pentactis (Keck) Keck HEPE-2/Asteraceae/Salinas River tarweed 27, 40 Hemizonia tracyi (Babcock & Hall) Keck HETR/Asteraceae/Tracy 's tarweed 12, 23 Hesperolinon adenophy llwn (Gray) Small HEAD/Linaceae/glandular dwarf flax 12*,17,23, 1 Hespero linon bicarpellatwn (H. K. Sharsm.) H. K. Sharsm. HEBI-2/Linaceae/two- carpellate dwarf flax 17, 28 Heuchera abramsii Rydb. HEAB/Saxifragaceae/Abram 's alum root 19, 36 Heuchera alpestris Rosendahl, Butters, & Lakela HEAL-2/Saxifragaceae/San Bernardino Mtns. alum root 36 Heuchera elegans Abrams HEEL/Saxifragaceae/urn- flowered alum root 19, 36 Heuchera hirsutissima Rosendahl, Butters, & Lakela HEHI/Saxifragaceae/shaggy-haired alum root 13,33,37 Heuchera parishii Rydb. HEPA- 8/Saxifragaceae/Parish 's alum root 36 Horke lia hispidula Rydb. HOHI/Roseaceae/White Mtns. horkelia 14, 26 Horke lia marinensis (Elmer) Crum in Keck HOMA-2/Roseaceae/Pt. Reyes horkelia 21,23,49 Horkelia parryi Greene HOPA/Roseaceae/Parry 's horkelia ,S,9 Hu lsea brevifolia Gray HUBR/Asteraceae/short-leaved hu lsea 10,20,22,SS Iliamne latibracteata Wiggins ILLA/Malvaceae/California globe-mallow , 12,OR Iris hartwegii Baker ssp. co lwnbiana Lenz IRHAC/Iridaceae/Tuolumne iris SS Iv esia aperta (J. T. Howell) Munz IVAP/Rosaceae/Sierra Val ley ivesia 32, 46 Ivesia sericoleuca (Rydb.) Rydb. VISE/Roseaceae/Plumas ivesia 29,31,32,46 Ivesia unguiculata Gray IVUN/Roseaceae/Yosemite ivesia ,20,22 Jepsonia malvaefo lia (Greene). Smaq JEMA/Saxifragaceae/1sland Jepson1a ,62,64,6S, 66, GU ft ft

71 V + "WW._ W +W W '44 WV 9W + W.._ OCp ZO+s W _.. ) WWW - W' 04 PC U OW Juncus bufonius L. var. congdonii JUBUC-1/Juncaceae/toad rush (Wats.) J. T. Howell 24 Juncus mertensianus Bong. var. duranii (Ewan) Hermann JUMED/Juncaceae/Ouran 's rush 19,33,36 Juncus supiniformis Engelm. JUSU/Juncaceae/hair- leaved rush ,12,23,0R Juniperus corronunis L. var. jackii Rehder JUCOJ/Cupressaceae/Del Norte juniper , OR 23 Lathyr>us delnorticu. C. L. Hitchc. LADE/Fabaceae/Del Norte pea , OR Lathyr>us sp lendens Ke 1 1. LASP-2/Fabaceae/pride of California , BA Lepechinia fragrans (Greene) Epl ing LEFR-1/Lamiaceae/fragrant pitcher-sage 19,64,65,66 Lepidium jaredii Bdg. LEJA-1/Brassicaceae/Jared 's peppergrass 10, 15,16,27, 35, 40 Lepidium latipes Hook. LELA -3/Brassicaceae/dwarf peppergrass ,37,42,60, 65, BA Lessingia tenuis (Gray) Cov. LETE/Asteraceae/ spring lessingia 40,42,56 Lewisia oppositifolia (Wats.) Rob. in Gray LEOP/Portulacaceae/opposite- leaved lewisia ,23,0R Lilium maritimum Kell. LIMA-1/Liliaceae/coast lily 12,21,23,49 14 Lilium rubescens Wa ts. LIRU-1/Li liaceae/ redwood lily ,12,21,23, 28,41,43,44, 45,47,49,53, OR 14 Limnanthes floccosa T. J. Howel l var. floccosa LIFLF/Limnanthaceae/woolly meadow foam ,17,45,47, 52, OR Linanthus concinnus Mlkn. LIC0-2/Polemoniaceae/San Gabriel linanthus 19 Linanthus harknessii (Curran) Greene ssp. condensatus Mason LIHAC/Polemoniaceae/Plasket Meadows linanthus 11 Linanthus oblanceolatus (Brand) Eastw. ex Jeps. LIOB/Polemoniaceae/S1erra Nevada linanthus 10, 14, 54 Linanthus rattanii (Gray) Greene LIRA/ Polemoniaceae/Rattan 's linanthus 6,11,17,23, 52 Linanthus serru latus Greene LISE-2/Polemoniaceae/Madera linanthus 10,15,20,54 Loeflingia pusi lla Curran LOPU- 1/Caryophyllaceae/dwarf loeflingia 15 I"" ;; -I w 57 LI 3 U'I...

72 58 LI 3 Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R -E-V-0 Code Counties Notes U1 co r- e;; -I w Lomatium cilio latwn Jeps. var. hooveri Math. & Const. LOCIH/Apiaceae/Hoover's lomatium Lomatium engelmannii Math. LOEN/Apiaceae/Engelmann 's lomatium Lomatium foeniculaceum (Nutt.) Coult. & Rose ssp. inyoense (Math. & Const.) Theobald LOFOI/Apiaceae/Inyo lomatium Loma tium howellii (Wats.) Jeps. LOHO/Apiaceae/Howell's lomatium Lomatium insulare (Eastw.) Munz LOIN-1/Apiaceae/San Nicolas lomatium Lomatium parvifo lium (H. & A.) Jeps. var. parvifolium LOPAP-2/Apiaceae/small-flowered lomatium Lomatium repostum (Jeps.) Math. LORE/Apiaceae/Napa lomatium Lomatium tracyi Math. & Const. LOTR-1/Apiaceae/Tracy 's lomatium Lotus cupreus Greene LOCU/Fabaceae/copper- flowered bird's foot trefoil Lotus dendroideus Greene var. dendroideus LODED/Fabaceae/island broom Lotus dendroideus (Greene) Greene var. veatchii (Greene) Isely LODEV/Fabaceae/San Miguel deerweed Lotus rubriflorus H. K. Sharsm. LORU/Fabaceae/red-flowered bird's foot trefoil Lotus yollabolliensis Munz LOYO/Fabaceae/Yolla Solly Mtns. bird's foot trefoil Lupinus abramsii C. P. Sm ith LUAB/Fabaceae/Abrams ' lupine Lupinus cervinus Kell. LUCE/Fabaceae/Santa Lucia lupine Lupinus croceus Eastw. var. pi lose llus (Eastw.) Munz LUCRP/Fabaceae/saffron-flowered lupine Lupinus densiflorus Benth. var. glareosus LUDEG/Fabaceae/Mt. Pinos lupine Lupinus elatus Jtn. LUEL/Fabaceae/silky lupine (Elmer) C.P. Smith Lupinus excubitus Jones var. johnstonii C. P. Smith in Jeps. LUEXJ/Fabaceae/ interior bush lupine Lupinus graci lentus Greene LUGR-1/Fabaceae/slender lupine 6,17, ,47,53,0R ,47,0R *,62,GU ' ,28,48, ,45,47,52, 53, OR 54 59,64,65, , BA so 12' 53 27, 40 27, ' ' 56 15' 19 14, _ _ _..._... ""

73 '- Lupinus ZapidicoZa Heller LULA- 1/Fabaceae/Mt. Eddy lupine Lupinus magnificus Jones var. gzareoza Jones LUMAG/Fabaceae/Coso Mtns. lupine Lupinus magnificus Jones var. hesperius (Heller) C. P. Smith LUMA -4/Fabaceae/McGee Meadows lupine Lupinus peirsonii Mason LUPE -1/Fabaceae/Peirson 's lupine Lupinus sericatus Kell. LUSE - 2/Fabaceae/Cobb Mtn. lupine Lupinus subzanatus Eastw. LUSU- 5/Fabaceae/Mono Co. lupine Ma Zaco thamnus aboriginum (Rob.) Greene MAAB- 2/Malvaceae/Indian Val ley malacothamnus Ma Zaco thamnus arcuatus (Greene) Greene MAAR-2/Malvaceae/arcuate malacothamnus Ma Zaco thamnus davidsonii (Rob.) Greene MADA/Malvaceae/Dav idson 's malacothamnus Ma Zacothamnus gracizis (Eastw.) Kearn. MAGR-2/Malvaceae/slender malacothamnus Ma Zaco thamnus ha ZZii (Eastw. ) Kearn. MAHA -2/Malvaceae/Hal l's malacothamnus Ma Zacothamnus hez Zeri (Eastw.) Kearn. MAl-IE/Malvac eae/he ller's ma l acothamnus Ma Zaco thamnus jonesii (Munz) Kearn. MAJO/Malvaceae/Jones ' malacothamnus Ma Zaco thamnus niveus (Eastw.) Kearn. MANI- 2/Malvaceae/San Luis Obispo Co. malacothamnus Ma Zacot hamnus pa Zmeri (Wats.) Greene var. pazmeri MAPAP/Malvaceae/Santa Lucia mal low 59 LI 3 Ma Zacothrix fo Ziosa Gray MAFO/ Asteraceae/ leafy malacothrix Ma Zacothrix incana (Nutt.) T. & G. MAIN-3/Asteraceae/dune malacothrix Mimu Zus acutidens Greene MIAC-2/Scrophulariaceae/King 's River monkey flower Mimu Zus bio Zettii Eastw. MIBI-4/Scrophu lariaceae/hetch-l-letchy monkey flower Mimu Zus brachiatus Penn. MIBR- 1/Scrophulariaceae/serpent ine monkey flower Mimu Zus dudzeyi Grant MIDU/Scrophulariaceae/Dudley's monkey flower 8, ,28, ,27,35,37 41,43, ,7,43 6,11,28, 52, , 40 40, 42 27, 40 59,60, ,65,66 40,42,56, 61, , 54 22, ,15,20, 54 c 0 -t Co) U1 <D

74 r 60 U 3 Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name Mirrru lus filicaulis Wats. MIFI/Scrophulariaceae/slender- stemmed monkey flower Mimu lus glaucescens Greene MIGL/Scrophulariaceae/shield-bracted monkey flower Mimu lus graci lipes Rob. MIGR-2/Scrophulariaceae/slender-stalked monkey flower Minru lus grayi Grant MIGR-3/Scrophulariaceae/Gray's monkey flower Minrulus inconspicuus Gray MIIN/Scrophulariaceae/small-flowered monkey flower Mirrulus lanciniatus Gray MILA- 2/Scrophulariaceae/cut-leaved monkey flower Minrulus microphy llus Benth. MIMI/Scrophulariaceae/small- leaved monkey flower Minru lus nudatus Curran ex Greene MINU- 2/Scrophulariaceae/bare monkey flower Minru lus pulchellus (E. Drew ex Greene) Grant MIPU-1/Scrophulariaceae/pansy monkey flower Mirrrulus rattanii Gray ssp. decurtatus (Grant) Penn. MIRAD/Scrophulariaceae/Santa Cruz Co. monkey flower Mimu lus subsecundus Gray MISU-1/Scrophulariaceae/one-sided monkey flower Mona:r'de lla antonina Hardham MOAN/Lamiaceae/San Antonio Hills monardella Mona:r'de lla benitensis Hardham MOBE-3/Lamiaceae/San Benito monardel la Monarde lla cinerea Abrams MOC I/Lamiaceae/gray monardella Monarde lla macrantha Gray var. ha llii Abrams MOHAH/ Lamiaceae/Hall's monardella Mona:r'de lla palmeri Gray MOPA- 1/Lamiaceae/Palmer's monardella Monarde lla purpurea T. J. Howell MOPU-2/Lamiaceae/Siskiyou monardella Monarde lla undu lata Benth. var. undu lata MOUNU/Lamiaceae/curly- leaved monardella Monarde lla viridis Jeps. ssp. saxico la (Jtn.) Ewan MOVIS-4/Lamiaceae/rock monardel la Monardella viridis Jeps. ssp. viridis MOVIV-2/Lamiaceae/green monardel la R-E-V-D Code Counties Notes 22 4' 52 10' ,20,22, 54 3,5,55 10,20,22, 54 ' ' 28 5,22, ,27,35, ,35,40 19, 36 19,30,33, SE, 1 36, 37 27, ,12,47, OR 21,27,40, 41,42,44,49 19, 36 17' 28 CJ) 0!: en -I c.>

75 -.. "" w:=u w......,_,c c e. a a o _ w.. + a:;a 4 w + cc.. -u ; 4 a...? z e a ow u Navarretia eriocephaza Mason NAER/Polemoniacea e/hoary navarretia 3,5,9, 31, 34 Navarretia heterandra Mason NAHE-1/Polemoniaceae/Tehama navarretia ,17,45, 52,58,0R Navarretia heterodoxa (Greene) Greene ssp. rosuzata (Brand) Mason NAHER/Polemoniaceae/Marin Co. navarretia 21 Naverretia jepsonii V. Bailey ex Jeps. NAJE/Polemoniaceae/Jepson 's navarretia ,11,17, 28 Navarretia mitracarpa Greene ssp. jaredii (Eastw.) Mason NAMIJ/Polemoniaceae/Paso Robles navarretia , 40 Navarretia subu Zigera Greene NASU/Polemoniaceae/awl-leaved navarretia ,17,23, 25,45,52,0R Nemac Zadus gracizis Eastw. NEGR/Campanulaceae/slender nemac ladus ,15,16, 24 Nemac Zadus montanus Greene NEMO/Campanulaceae/mountain nemacladus ' 28 Nemophi Za parvifzora Dougl. var. quercifo Zia (Eastw.) Chandl. NEPAQ/Hydrophyllaceae/oak-leaved nemophila 10,15,20, 54 Ophiog Zossum Zusitanicum L. ssp. ca Zifornicum (Prant l.) Clausen OPLUC/Ophioglossaceae/California adder 's tongue fern ,22,24, 27*,32,50, 55,BA, 1 Oreonana vestita (Wats.) Jeps. ORVE/Apiaceae/woolly mountain-parsley 19, 36 Orthocarpus cuspidatus Greene ORCU/Scrophulariaceae/Siskiyou Mtns. owl 's-clover , OR Oxy theca caryophy ZZoides Parry OXCA-2/Polygonaceae/chickweed oxytheca 19, 33,36, 56 Oxytheca emarginata Hall OXEM/Polygonaceae/white-margined oxytheca 33 Oxytheca watsonii T. & G. OXWA/Polygonaceae/Watson's oxytheca , NV Pa Zafoxia arida Turner & Morris var. gigantea (Jones) Turner & Morris PAARG/Asteraceae/giant Spanish needle , AZ Penstemon fruticiformis Cov. ssp. amargosae Keck PEFRA/Scrophulariaceae/Death Valley beardtongue , NV Penstemon neotericus Keck PENE-2/Scrophulariaceae/Plumas Co. beardtongue 18,32,45, 46 Penstemon pa:pi Z Zatus J. T. Howell PEPA- 3/Scrophulariaceae/Inyo beardtongue 14' 26 Penstemon purpusii Bdg. PEPU-2/Scrophulariaceae/Snow Mtn. beardtongue 12,17,23, 53 Penstemon shastensis Keck PESH/Scrophulariaceae/Shasta beardtongue 25,45,47 r- e;; -t w 61 LI 3 en..

76 62 LI 3 en N r- e;; -t w Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E -V-D Code Counties Notes Perideridia bacigalupii Chuang & Const. PEBA/ Apiaceae/Bacigalupi '_s perideridia ,5,20*, 22,29,55, 1, 27 Perideridia Zeptocarpa Chuang & Const. PELE - 2/Apiaceae/narrow-seeded yampah. 47, 1, 28 Perideridia pring lei (Coult. & Rose) Nels. & Macbr. PEPR/Apiaceae/Pringle's yampah 15,19,27, 29,40,42, 54, 56 Phace lia inyoensis (Macbr.) J. T. Howell PHIN-2/Hydrophyl laceae/inyo phacelia 14, 26 Phacelia platyloba Gray PHPL/Hydrophyllaceae/broad- lobed phacelia 10,20,22 Phace lia vallicola Congd. ex Brand PHVA-1 /Hydrophyllaceae/Mariposa phacelia 22' 55 Pinus radiata D. Don PIRA/Pinaceae/Monterey pine ,40,41, 44, BA Pinus remorata Mason PIRE/Pinaceae/Santa Cruz Is. pine 21,42,65, 66 Pityopus ca lifornicus (Eastw.) Copel. f. PICA/Monotropaceae/California pityopus ,10,12, 17,21,23, 47,49,54,0R, 40 17' ,43,54, Chile, Peru , 35 17' ,9,26, 31,36*, ,26,47, ,30,33, 37, BA 42, 56 l l _ I _.._ 4,45, _ --..:.. _ _

77 ",, c = o www ca s = cc w csos w a so a ca w e - cs u a a as we : Po lystichum kruckebergii W. H. Wagner POKR/Aspleniaceae/ Kruckeberg 's swordfern ,36,4S, 46, SS 29 Pru.nus fa sciculata (Torr.) Gray var. punctata Jeps. PRFAP/Rosaceae/desert almond , 42 Psora lea rigida Parish PSRI/Fabaceae/Parish's psoralea 33,36,37 Psorothamnus arborescens (Gray) Barneby var. arborescens PSARA/Fabaceae/Moj ave indigo bush ls,36,so 30 Puccinel lia californica (Beetle) Munz PUCA/Poaceae/Sierra Nevada alkali grass 10, S4 Quercus parvula Greene var. papvu la QUPA-2/ Fagaceae/Santa Cruz Island oak 27,40,42, 6S Ranunculus lobbii (Hiern) Gray RALO/Ranunculaceae/Lobb 's aquatic buttercup ,7,21, 28,43,48, 49, OR Ribes marshallii Greene RIMA-2/Grossulariaceae/Marshall 's gooseberry ,47,0R Ribes menziesii Pursh var. ixoderrne Quick RIMEI/Grossulariaceae/aromat ic canyon gooseberry ,lS,54 Ribes sericeum Eastw. RISE/Grossulariaceae/Santa Lucia gooseberry 27' 40 Ribes thacherianum (Jeps.) Munz RITH/Grossulariaceae/Santa Cruz Is. gooseberry 6S Ribes tularense (Cov.) Fedde RITU/Grossulariaceae/Sequoia gooseberry 54 Ribes viburnifo liwn Gray RIVI-1/Grossulariaceae/Catalina currant , BA Ribes victoris Greene RIVI-2/Grossulariaceae/Victor's gooseberry ,28,48, 49 Rorrmeya coulteri Harvey ROCO/Papaveraceae/Coulter's matilija poppy 30, 33 Sa lix delnortensis C. K. Schneider SADE-2/Salicaceae/Del Norte willow , OR Sa lix parksiana Ball SAPA- 2./Salicaceae/Del Norte coast willow 8, 12 Salix tracyi Ball SATR- 2/Salicaceae/Tracy ' s willow ,12,0R Sa lvia funerea Jones SAFU/Lamiaceae/Death Valley sage , NV Sanicula peckiana Macbr. SAPE/Apiaceae/Peck 's sanicle , OR 63 LI 3,.. ;; -t w en w

78 64 LI 3 Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Counties Notes Q) r- e;; -t w Scirpus clementis Jones SCCL/Cyperaceae/Yosemite bulrush Sedum laxum (Britton) Berger ssp. heckneri (Peck) Clausen SELHA/Crassulaceae/Heckner 's storlecrop Sedum niveum A. Davidson SENI/Crassulaceae/Davidson 's stone crop SelaginelZa leucobryoides Maxon SELE/Selaginellaceae/Moj ave spike-moss Senecio clevelandii Greene SECL-2/Asteraceae/Cleveland's butterweed Senecio ionophyllus Greene SEIO/Asteraceae/Tehachapi butterweed Senecio ligu lifolius Greene SELI/Asteraceae/Siskiyou Mtns. butterweed Senecio pattersonensis Hoover SEPA-1/Asteraceae/Mono butterweed Sida lcea malvaeflora (DC.) Gray ex Benth. ssp. elegans (Greene) C. L. SIMAE/Malvaceae/Del Norte checker bloom Sidalcea setosa C. L. Hitchc. SISE/Malvaceae/Edgewood checkermallow Silene invisa C. L. Hitchc. & Maguire SIIN/Caryophyllaceae/short-petalled campion Smilax jamesii Wallace SMJA/ Liliaceae/English Peak greenbriar Solanum clokeyi Munz SOCL/Solanaeceae/island nightshade So lanum wa lzacei (Gray) Parish SOWA/Solanaceae/Wallace's nightshade SoZanum xantii Gray var. hoffmannii Munz SOXAH/Solanaceae/Hoffmann 's nightshade Solarium xantii Gray var. obispoense (Eastw.) Wiggins SOXAO/Solanaceae/San Luis Obispo nightshade Streptanthus farnsworthianus J. T. Howell FA/Brassicaceae/Farnsworth's jewel flower Stylocline amphibola (Gray) J. T. Howell AM/Asteraceae/Mt. Diablo cottonweed Syntrichopappus lemmonii (Gray) Gray SYLE/Asteraceae/Lemmon 's syntrichopappus Tauschia gzauca (Coult. & Rose) Math. & Const. TAGL/Apiaceae/glaucous tauschia Hitchc ,14,20, 22,26,54,55 8,12,47, 53, OR 33,36,BA 14, 36 17' 28 15,19,36 8, ,47,0R 47, OR 2*,29,31, 32,45,46 8,45,47,53 65, 66 64, GU ,15,20, 54 1,7,17, 21, 49 19,33,36 8,12,53,0R SE, SE, 1, 1

79 TetPadymia apgypaea Munz & Roos TEAR/Asteraceae/striped horsebrush Thelypodium bpachycappum Torr. THBR/Brassicaceae/short-podded thelypodium ThePmopsis macpophy lla H. & A. var. apgentata Jeps. THMAA-2/Fabaceae/silvery fal se lupine TPichos tema ovatum Curran TROV/Lamiac eae/san Joaquin blue curls TPichostema rubisepa lum Elmer TRRU/Lamiaceae/Hernandez bluecurls TPifo lium bolandepi Gray TRBO/Fabaceae/Bolander's clover TPifo lium howe llii \fats. TRHO/Fabaceae/Howell's clover TPifo lium pa lmepi Wats. TRPA-1/Fabaceae/Palmer's clover TPiteleia cpocea Greene var. modesta (Hall) Hoover TRCRM/Liliaceae/Trinity Mtns. triteleia TPiteleia ixioides (Ait. f.) Greene ssp. cookii (Hoover) Lenz TRIXC/Liliaceae/Cook 's triteleia VePat1'W71 fimbpiatum Gray VEFI/Liliaceae/fringed false-hellebore VePonica cope landii Eastw. VEC0-2/Scrophulariaceae/Copeland 's speedwell Wy ethia elata Hal l WYEL/Asteraceae/Hall's wyethia Wy ethia invenusta (Greene) W. Weber WYIN/Asteraceae/Coville's wyethia Wy ethia longicau lis Gray WYLO/Asteraceae/Humbo ldt Co. wyethia Xy lophiza cognata (H. M. Hall) T. J. Watson XYCO/Asteraceae/Mecca aster ZauschnePia septentpionalis Keck ZASE/Onagraceae/Humboldt Co. fuchsia ,36,AZ 26,28,45, 34 47,53,0R 25, 45 10,15,1 6, 54 22,35,55 10,20,22, 1 8,12,47,0R 60,62*,63, 64*,GU 45,47, , 36 23, 49 47, 53 10,20, 22, 54 10,15,54 12,23,53 33, BA 37 12,23, CNPS has prepared a "Status Report" for this plant. Copies are available for a nominal charge that covers postage and handling. 2. See Four Seasons 3(3) :6 (1970) and the Intermountain Flora 6:538 (1977) for distribut ion information. 3. See Madrano 19: (1968) for original descriptio _ n _. 4. See Madrano 24 : (1977) for range data. 5. See Kew Bulletin 29: 502 (1974) for revised taxonomy and description. 6. See Contribut ions from the Un ited States National Herbarium 37: (1969) for recent taxonomic treatment and descriptions. 7. See Great Basin Natura list Memoirs 2: (1978) for revised taxonomy. 8. See Canadian Journal of Botany 49: (1971) for descript ions and revised taxonomy. 65 LI 3 r- e;; -f w a> U1

80 66 LI 3 O> O>... u; -I w 9. See Madrano 20:322 (1970) for original description. 10. See Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 64 :642 (1977) for revised taxonomy and descriptions. 11. See Leaflets of Western Botany 10:335 (1966) for original description. 12. The habitat of this plant is being destroyed rapidly. 13. Many collection sites are historic. 14. This showy plant appeals to the commercial and private collector and is, therefore, threatened because of exploitation. 15. See Brittonia 28:245 (1976) for original description. 16. See Aliso 7: (1970) for revised description. 17. See Phytologia 40:467 (1978) for revised nomenclature. 18. See Madrano 25: (1978) for original description. 19. See Madrano 25: (1978) for revised nomenclature. 20. See Dempster, L. T Galium. In, A Flora of California by W. L. Jepson. Vol. 4, Pt. 2. Jepson Herbarium and Library. University - - of California. Berkeley See Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 26 : (1976) for revised descriptions. 22. See Madrano 26: (1979) for revised nomenclature. 23. See Four Seasons 5(1) :9-12 (1975) for sites. This plant is also called JunipePU.s communis var. montana. 24. See Brittonia 25: (1973) for revised descriptions. 25. See Brittonia 30:467 (1978) for revised descriptions. 26. As treated here, the species includes the vars. indecora and squalida. 27. See University of California Pub lications in Botany 55:36-38 (1969) for original description. 28. See University of California Publicat ions in Botany 55 :51-54 (1969) for original description. 29. See Pterido logia 1:1-64 ( 1979) for recent taxonomic treatment. See American Fern Journal 56:4 (1966) for origina l descriptions. 30. See Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 27: (1977) for revised nomenclature and descriptions. 31. See Clausen, R. T Sedum of North America north of the Mexican Plateau. Cornell University Press. Ithaca. 742 pp. 32. See Brittonia 31 : (1979) for original description See Hoover, R. F Vascular plants of San Luis Obispo County, California. University of California Press. Berkeley. p See Contributions from the Gray Herbarium 204:91-96 (1973) for revised description. 35. See American Midland Naturalist 25: (1941) for descriptions. 36. See Aliso 8:.273 (1975) for revised nomenclature and description. 37. See Brittonia 29: (1977) for revised nomenclature and description. 38. Peter Raven has made the combination Epilobium canum ssp. septentrionale in Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 63 : 3.35 (1976). 39. See Al iso 7:128 (1970) for original description. 40. While recognizing that many populations of Pityopus californicus have been found recently as a result of investigations carried out by Six Rivers National Forest, we retain the plant on our list because its habitat is commercially exploited.

81 Pi I SQ i C \4 I 0 c W z I W o 1 o o; c o e 4 04 v +4 w "' w LI 4 LI FOUR: PLANTS RARE IN CALIFORN IA, COMMON ELSEWHERE,.,., nn--cr f;; o > Zr-c;; "'" ::iiill" r- > -I - z < ::iiill" "'T't -I "'T't V) o ::c o ;3 0 ='= ='=c: m Z > > ='=,.,., \e Except for being common outside California, the plants of List 4 would have been incorporated in Lists 1 or 2. From the federal perspective, plants common in other states or countries are not eligible for consideration under the Endangered Species Act. Until November 1979, a similar policy was followed by the California Department of Fish and Game in considering plants for designation by the State under the California Native Plant Protection Act. Thus, all plants designated to date by the State of California are rare throughout their range. However, since animals in California are considered without regard to their distribution outside the state, and since the act does not address the status of plants outside our borders, plants of List 4 will be reviewed by the Department of Fish and Game for listing by the State. These plants did not appear as a separate list in the 1974 edition. The number of plants so classified has doubled in this revision. For an explanation of the format of this list, see the introductory section entitled "The Plant Lists and How to Interpret Them." County codes are explained on the inside front cover and the R-E-V-D codes are summarized on the inside back cover. r- e;; -t.. 0) ""

82 68 LI 4 en 00 r- - en...,. Scient ific Name Code/Fami ly Name/Vernacular Name Abies amabizis Forbes ABAM/Pinaceae/Pacific silver fir Abies Zasiocarpa (Hook.) Nutt. ABLA-2/Pinaceae/subalp ine fir Acacia sma ZZii Isely ACSM/Fabaceae/desert acacia AdoZphia cazifornica Wats. ADCA-2/Rhamnaceae/California adolphia Agave shaujii Engelm. AGSH/Agavaceae/Shaw 's agave Agave utahensis Engelm. var. eborispina (Hester) Breit. AGUTE/Agavaceae/ivory-spined agave Agropyron scribneri Vasey AGSC-1/Poaceae/Scribner 's wheat grass Agrostis humizis Vasey AGHU/Poaceae/mountain bent grass AZZium siskiyouense Ownbey ALSI-1/Liliaceae/Sisk iyou onion Ambrosia chenopodiifo Zia (Benth.) Payne AMCH-2/Asteraceae/San Diego bur- sage Androstephium brevifzorum Wats. ANBR-1/Amaryllidaceae/small-flowered androstephium Antirrhinum cyathiferum Benth. ANCY/Scrophulariaceae/Oeep Canyon snapdragon Arabis cobrensis Jones ARC0-4/Brassicaceae/Masonic rock-cress Arabis Zignifera A. Nels. ARLI/Brassicaceae/Owens Valley rock cress Arabis oregana Ro ll. AROR-2/Brassicaceae/Oregon rock-cress Arabis shockzeyi Mun z ARSH/Brassicaceae/Shockley's rock-cress Arctomencon merriamii Cov. ARME-1/Papaveraceae/white bear-poppy Arctostaphy Zos peninsuzaris Wells ARPE-3/Ericaceae/peninsu lar man zan ita R-E -V-0 Code Count ies Quadrangles Notes 47, OR+ 702B, 736A 47, OR++ 701, 701C, 719, 719C 2 13,37,AZ,BA 37, BA lob, lla, 110, 22A, 22B, 220, 350, 36C 37, BA llb, , NV 27SA 26, NV+ 55,NV+,OR+ 47, OR 489C 37, BA ,36,AZ,NV ,AZ,BA,SO 25,26,NV,OR+ 14,26,NV+ 6SA, 6SB 407A, 487C, 690C 25,47,53,0R 650, 686, 708, 718, 719, 719A, 735, 7350, ,36,NV+ 130C, 131C, ,36,NV 2750, 323C, 3250, 346B, SE, , 369, 370B, 389C 37, BA SOB

83 - =-.. a a z s "us s sc o w c sco e es a we a cos A> z a ea w a w u Amica tomente lla Greene ART0-1/Asteraceae/recondite arnica 18,29,31,32, 45,46,47,54 OR Artemisia pazmeri Gray ARPA-5/Asteraceae/San Diego sagewort 37, BA Asclepias cryptoceras Wats. ssp. cryp toceras ASCRC/Asclepiadaceae/Humboldt Co. mi l kweed 26,AZ,NV+ Asplenium septentrionale (L. ) l-loffm. ASSE-3/Aspleniaceae/northern spl eenwort ,54,0R,++ 331, 331A, 643 Asplenium viride Huds. ASVI/Aspleniaceae/green spleenwort ,0R,NV,++ 572C Aster brickellioides Greene var. bricke llioides ASBRB/Asteraceae/brickellbush aster ,47,0R 634, 638, 670, 738, 739, 739A, 739B, 739C, 740C Astraga lus argophy llus Nutt. var. argophy llus ASARA/Fabaceae/silverleaf milk-vetch , NV+ 432C 4 Astraga lus geyeri Gray var. geyeri ASGEG/Fabaceae/Geyer 's milk-vetch ,26,NV,OR+ 372B Astragalus insularis Kell. var. harwoodii Munz & McBurn. ASINH/Fabaceae/Hardwood 's rattleweed ,33,37, AZ, SO Astraga lus kentrophyta Gray var. elatus Barneby ASKEE/Fabaceae/spiny- l eaved milk-vetch , NV 372, 372A, 412B Astraga lus lentiformis Gray ASLE- 3/Fabaceae/len s-pod milkvetch 18,32,NV 587B Astraga lus lentiginosus Doug l. var. borreganus Jones ASLEB/Fabaceae/ Borrego mi lk-vetch ,33,36,37, 2A, 3A, 13C, 130, 32A, AZ,BA,SO 40B, 46C, 470, 82C, 84B, 980, 201C, 280C Astraga lus lentiginosus Dougl. var. kernensis (Jeps.) Barneby ASLEK/Fabaceae/ Kern Plateau milk-vetch ,54,NV 306, 3070, 329C, 349A Ayenia compacta Rose AYCO/Stercu liaceae/ayenia ,30,33,36, 19A, 19B, 32A, 32B, 32C, 37, BA 320, 61B, 62B, 65C, 66A, 830, 176A Bergerocactus emoryi (Engelm.) Britt. & Rose BEEM/Cactaceae/golden-spined cereus : 37,60, 64, BA Blepharidachne kingii (Wats.) Hack. BLKI/Poaceae/King 's eyelash grass ,26,NV+ 302A, 327C, 347, 390C, 4120 Boute loua simp lex Lag. BOSI-2/Poaceae/mat grama grass ,AZ,NV,SO, Boute loua trifida Thurb. in Wats. BOTR-1/Poaceae/red grama grass ,36,AZ,NV, so, C Bursera microphy lla Gray BUMI/Burseraceae/elephant tree ,37,AZ,BA 18C 5 Caland:l'inia mari tima Nutt. CAMA-3/Portulacaceae/seaside calandrinia 69 LI ,30,37,42, 56,60,64,BA r- c;; -t,. 0) CD

84 70 LI Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Counties Quadrangles Notes r- e;; -t... Callia:nd:ra eriophy lla Benth. CAER/Fabaceae/fairy duster ,37,AZ+ Ca lochortus uniflorus H. & A. CAUN-Z/Liliaceae/large-flowered star tulip l-z-1-1 6,17*,Zl*, Z3*,Z7*,Z8*, 35*,40,44*, 49, OR SOlB, SOZA, 50ZD, Sl8D, SZOB, S34D Camissonia boothii (Dougl.) Raven ssp. alyssoides CABOA/Onagraceae/Pine Creek evening-primrose (H. & A.) Raven 18, NV 6 Camissonia boothii (Dougl.) Raven ssp. boothii CABOB/Onagraceae/Booth 's evening-primrose 14,Z6,36,NV 6 Camissonia minor (A. Nels.) Raven CAMI-8/0nagraceae/Nelson 's evening-primrose Z5,NV++ 6 Campanula scabre lla Engelm. CASC-3/Campanulaceae/rough harebell ,47,S3,0R+ 699, 699C, 700 Canotia ho lacantha Torr. CAH0-5/Koeberliniaceae/canotia , AZ Carex californica Bailey CACA- Z/Cyperaceae/California sedge Z3,49,0R+ SOZA, S03A, S69A, S69D Carex eleocharis Bailey CAEL/Cyperaceae/spikerush sedge Z ' ++ Carex geyeri Boott CAGE/Cyperaceae/Geyer 's sedge Z Z,3Z,46, 47, ++ Carex halliana Bailey CAHA-1 /Cyperaceae/Hall 's sedge , OR+ Carex lasiocarpa Ehrh. CALA-6/Cyperaceae/slender sedge Z, ++ Carex sheldonii Mkze. CASH/Cyperaceae/Sheldon's sedge Z ZS,31,++ Cassia covesii Gray CAC0-8/Fabaceae/Cove's cassia Z ,33,37, AZ, BA 19A, 3ZB, 3ZC, 47A Castela emoryi (Gray) Moran & Felger CAEM/Simaroubaceae/Crucifixion thorn ,36,AZ,SO 6B, lzza Ceanothus verrucosus Nutt. in T. & G. CEVE-4/Rhamnaceae/wart- stemmed ceanothus 1-Z , BA Celtis reticulata Torr. CERE-3/Ulmaceae/hackberry 13,14,lS,33, 36,37,++ 19C, loz, 176, ZZ4 Chamaebatia australis (Bdg.) Abrams CHAU-3/Rosaceae/southern mountain misery 37, BA 9D, lob Chamaecyparis nootkatensis (D. Don) Spach CHNO/Cupressaceae/Alaska-cedar 47, OR++ 697, 7Zl, 738

85 ..., _ w '* +4 - w u+ a W w ;c W WWW U OU W C ow 0 UC $ J - - """"' 71 LI 4 CheiZanthes wootonii Maxon CHWO/Adiantaceae/Wooton's lace fern Chenopodium gigantospey'l71ul71 Aellen CHG I/Chenopodiaceae/large- seeded goosefoot Cicuta macu lata L. var. bo landeri (Wats.) G. A. Mulligan CIMAB/Apiaceae/Bolander's water hemlock Clarkia delicata (Abrams) Nels. & Macbr. CLDE-2/0nagraceae/delicate clarkia Claytonia bellidifo lia Rydb. CLBE/Portulacaceae/fell-fields claytonia Co llinsia linearis Gray COLI-1/Scrophulariaceae/narrow-leaved coll insia Cordy lanthus capitatus Nutt. COCA12/Scrophulariaceae/Yakirna bird 's beak Cordy lanthus orcuttianus Gray COOR-3/Scrophu lariaceae/orcutt 's bird 's beak Cordylanthus parviflorus (Ferris) Wigg ins COPA-6/Scrophulariaceae/purple bird's beak Coreopsis maritima (Nutt.) Hook. f. COMA-6/Asteraceae/sea-dahlia Croton wigginsii Wheeler CRWI/Euphorbiaceae/Wiggin 's croton Cryptantha scoparia A. Nels. CRSC/B'orag inaceae/ desert cryptantha Cryp tantha subretusa Jtn. CRSU/Boraginaceae/Mt. Eddy cryptantha Cupressus guadalupensis \Vats. ssp. forbesii (Jeps.) Beauchamp CUGUF/Cupressaceae/Tecate cypress Cymopterus gi lmanii Mort. CYGI/ Apiaceae/Gilman ' s cyrnopterus. Cymopterus ripleyi Barneby CYRI/Apiaceae/Ripley's cyrnopterus Cynanchum utahense (Engelm.) Woods. CYUT/Asclepiadaceae/Utah cynanchurn Delphinium stachydewn (Gray) Tides. DE/Ranunculaceae/spiked larkspur Delphinium trolliifo lium Gray OETR/Rananculaceae/poison larkspur Deschconpsia atropurpurea (Wahl.) Scheele OEAT/Poaceae/rnountain hairgrass Dimeresia howe llii Gray OIH0-1/Asteraceae/doublet ,36,AZ, BA, SO+ 14,2S,32,++ 7,21,28,30, 40,42,48, 49, ++ 37, BA 22,2S,29, SS, OR+ 8,12,47, S3, OR 18,2S,NV,OR+ 37, BA 36,AZ,NV+ 37, BA 13,AZ,BA,SO 14,NV,OR+ 2S,47,S3, NV, OR 30,37,BA 14, NV 14, NV 13,33,36,37, AZ, NV+ 2S, OR+ 8,12,0R 22,47,S3,0R+ 2S,47,NV,OR 200A 412C, S890 71B, 2460, 4810, 482A, 482C, 48SC, 48SO 4S40, 690C 639, 668, 683, 686, 702, 718, C, 707C, 724A, 724C loc 224C, 22SO 2A, 2B, 14B, lso 372, 372A, 391B, 412, 412C 699, 700, 712 9C, 90, lob, 100, 88A, 88B, A, 368B, 3680, 369B, 390B, SB 172C, 22SC 670, , 684, 698, 719, 720 CE, SE, r- e;;

86 72 LI 4.. N Sc ient ific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E -V-0 Code Counties Quadrangles Notes r"' - U) -t Dichondra occidenta lis House OIOC-2/Convolvulaceae/western dichondra ,37,49, 64, BA 100, llb, 110, 22A, 22B, 22C, 220, 35C, 350, 36A, 36B, 360, 69C, 70C, 700, 171A, 196B, 293C, SCAE, SCAS, SCRB, SROS, SROE SE, 1 Ditaxis adenophora (Gray) Pax & K. Hoffrn. OIAO/Euphorbiaceae/glandular ditaxis ,AZ,SO 64B, 65A Draba cana Rydb. ORCA/Brassicaceae/hoary draba ' Draba douglasii Gray var. doug lasii OROOO/Brassicaceae/Oouglas' draba 18,25,NV,OR Draba howeuii \fats. var. howe Uii ORHOH/Brassicaceae/Howell's draba 47,53,0R 636, 684, 686, 702, 71 9 Drosera ang lica Huds. ORAN/Oroseraceae/English sundew ,25,29,32, 46,47,++ 554B, 606B, 607C, 6240, 662B, 719 Dud leya attenuata (\fats.) Moran ssp. orcuttii (Rose) Moran DUATO/Crassulaceae/Orcutt 's dudleya , BA 110 Eleocharis parvula (R. & S.) Link ELPA-5/Cyperaceae/small spike- rush 12,28,40, 49, A, 5030 Empetrum hermaphroditwn (Lange) Hagerup EMHE/Empetraceae/black crowberry ,12,0R,++ 689C, 723B, 740C 9 Enceliopsis nudicau lis (Gray) A. Nels. ssp. nudicaulis ENNU/Asteraceae/naked- stemmed daisy 14,36,AZ,NV+ 390B Enneapogon desvauxii Beauv. ENOE/Poaceae/nine-awned pappusgrass , Epilobiwn lutewn Pursh EPLU/Onagraceae/yellow willow herb , OR+ 738, 738A Ericcuneria pa lmeri Hall ERPA/Asteraceae/Palmer 's ericameria , BA Erigeron acris L. var. de bilis Gray ERACO/Asteraceae/northern daisy ,47,0R+ 625A, 698B Erigeron bloomeri Gray var. nuda.tus ERBLN/Asteraceae/Waldo daisy (Gray) Cronq ,47,0R 737, 738, 738B, 739, 739A Erigeron elegantulus Greene EREL-2/Asteraceae/volcanic daisy 18, 25,4 7,OR Eriochloa aristata Vasey ERAR-2/Poaceae/Awned cupgrass ,AZ,SO lb, 120, 40B Eriodictyon augustifoliwn Nutt. ERAN-3/Hydrophyllaceae/narrow- leaved yerba santa 36,AZ,BA,NV+ 200, 2250 Eriogonwn beatleyae Reveal ERBE/Polygonaceae/Beatley's buckwheat , NV 319C, 470B, 10

87 =< - w... so+ c w ' w._ _...,...-""3""-.... Er iogonwn contiguwn (Reveal) Reveal ERC0-11/Polygonaceae/Reveal 's buckwheat Eriogonwn kearneyi Tidestr. var. kearneyi ERKEKl/Polygonaceae/Kearney 's buckwheat Er iogonwn pubepu lwn Wats. ERPU-5/Polygonaceae/downy buckwheat Eriogonwn shockleyi \fats. var. shockleyi ERSHS/Polygonaceae/Shockley's buckwheat Erioneuron piloswn (Buckl.) Nash ERPI-3/Poaceae/hairy erioneuron Ery thronium hendersonii \fats. ERHE-2/Liliaceae/Henderson 's fawn-lily Eucnide Y'Upestris (Baill.) Thompson & Ernst EURU/Loasaceae/rock nettle Euphorl::ia cr>izonica Eng elm. EUAR/Euphorbiaceae/Arizona spurge Euphorbia misera Benth. EUMI-3/Euphorbiaceae/cliff spurge Fendlerella utahensis (\Vats.) He ller FEUT/Hydrangeaceae/yerba desiert o Fe rocactus viridescens (T. & G.) Britton & Rose FEBI-2/Cactaceae/San Diego barrel cactus Fe stuca arizonica Vasey FEAR-2/Poaceae/Arizona fescue Fimbristy lis spadicea (L.) Yahl FISP/Cyperaceae/hot springs firnbristylis Porse l lesia stipu lifera (St. John) Ensign FO/Crossosomataceae/stipule-bearing forsel lesia Frankenia pa lmeri \\lats. FRPA-2/Frankeniaceae/Palmer' s frankenia Galiwn munzii Hilend & J. T. Howell GAMU-4/Rubiaceae/Munz 's bedstraw Ga liwn wrightii Gray GAWR/Rubiaceae/Wright 's bedstraw Gentiana affinis Griseb. in Hook. var. affinis GEAFA/Gent ianaceae/prairie gent ian Gentiana affinis Griseb. in Hook. var. pa"['j}identata Kusn. GEAFP/Gent ianaceae/small-toothed prairie gentian Gentiana fremontii Torr. GEFR/Gentianaceae/moss gentian Gentiana prostrata Haenke GEPR/Gentianaceae/pigrny gent ian , NV 26,AZ,NV+ 14, NV+ 14,AZ,NV+ 36,NV,++ 47, OR 13, BA 13,33,37, AZ, BA+ 30,37,60, 64*, BA 14,36,NV+ 37, BA 298A, 298C 469A, 469B, 469C, 469D, 470D 369B 3698, 369C, 390B C 47C, 83D 36,AZ,NV A, 249D, 369D, 410C lob, loc, lla, llb, lld, 21B, 22A, 22B, 22C 11 SE, 1, 5 14,15*,26,36, 12 NV, ++ 14,53,0R+ 683, 683B 13 37,BA,SO lla, llb, lld 14 36, NV 15 36, AZ+ 15 8,12,0R+ 25, OR+ 739, 740C 36, NV+ 105A 14,26,NV,OR+ 73 LI 4,.. c;; -4 "".. w

88 <t#tr tt' ,._ LI 4 """' Scient ific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-D Code Counties Quadrangles Notes... ;;..... Gentiana setigera Gray GESE/Gentianaceae/Mendocino gentian 12,23,47, 53, OR 687, 702, 703, 720 Geraea vis c ida (Gray) Blake GEVI-1/Asteraceae/sticky geraea , BA 7B, 8C Cilia caruifo lia Abrams GICA-5/Polemoniaceae/caraway- leaved gilia 37, BA 20A Gilia rip leyi Barneby GIRI/Po lemoniaceae/ripley 's gilia 14, NV 3020, 325B, 3680 Glyceria grandis \\lats. GLGR/Poaceae/American mannagrass ,31,++ 487C, 5050, 538B Hackelia cusickii (Piper) Brand HACU-1/Boraginaceae/Cusick 's stickseed 18,25,0R 1 6 Ha luriolobos virgata (Nutt.) Schulz HAVI/Brassicaceae/virgate halimolobos ,26,NV+ 412, 412B, 412C Haplopappus exuriius Hall HAEX/Asteraceae/Tahoe hap lopappus 2,9,14,NV 506, 523A, 5230 Hap lopappus junceus Greene HAJU/Asteraceae/rush- like bristleweed 37,BA,SO 190, 1210 Hap lopappus lyallii Gray HALY/Asteraceae/Lyall's tonestus ,53,0R+ 668, 685 Heuchera duranii Bacig. HEDU-2/Saxi fragaceae/duran 's alumroot 1 4,26,NV 412A, 412B, 431C, 4500, 488A Heuchera leptomeria Greene var. peninsularis Rosendahl, Butters, & Lakela HELEP/Saxifragaceae/San Diego County alum root , BA Horkelia sericata Wats. HOSE/Rosaceae/Howell's horkelia 8,12,0R 739, 740C Hu lsea vestita Gray ssp. inyoensis (Keck) Wilken HUVEI/Asteraceae/ Inyo hulsea , NV 348C, 369C, 372, 372A Iliamna bakeri (J eps.) Wiggins ILBA/Malvaceae/Baker 's globe-mallow 25,45,47,0R Ipomopsis tenuifolia (Gray) V. Grant IPTE/Polemoniaceae/slender-leaved ipomopsis ,37,BA Iris bracteata Wats. IRBR/Iridaceae/Siskiyou iris 8, OR Iris chrysophy lla T. J. Howell IRCH/Iridaceae/yellow-flowered iris 8, OR Iris innominata Henderson IRIN/I ridaceae/del Norte Co. iris 8, OR 739 Iva hayesiana Gray IVHA/Asteraceae/San Diego marsh-elder 37, BA

89 ::-.,,... """W'.. - w... w _ w.._ , Ivesia jaegeri Munz & Johnston IVJA/Rosaceae/Jaeger 's ivesia 36, NV Juncus abjectus F. J. Hermann JUAB/Juncaceae/Center Basin rush 10,26,54, 55,NV,OR 352A, 3520 Juncus fa Zcatus Meyer JUFA/Juncaceae/falcate rush 12,21,23,27, 38,40,41,42, OR+ Juncus nodosus L. JUNO/Juncaceae/knotted rush 14,54,++ 325C Juncus rege Zii Buchenau JURE/Juncaceae/Regel 's rush 47,53,0R+ 667, 738 Juncus tenuis Willd. var. dudzeyi JUTEO/Juncaceae/Oudley's rush (Wieg.) F. J. Hermann 47,53,++ Juniperus corrurrunis L. var. montana Ait. JUCOM/Cupressaceae/dwarf juniper 2,8,47,0R++ 17 Koeber> Zinia spinosa Zucc. KOSP/Koeberliniaceae/crown-of-thorns ,AZ,SO,+ 27A., 27B LiZiwn washingtonianum Kell. var. purpurascens Stearn LIWAP/Liliaceae/purple-fl owered Shasta lily 8,12,47, 53, OR 649, 654, 666, 666C, 668, 684, 685, 688, 699, 703, 704, 719, Linanthus arenicoza (Jones) Jeps. & Bailey LIAR-1/Polemoniaceae/sand linanthus 14,36,NV Linanthus be Z Zus (Gray) Greene LIBE/Polemon iaceae/desert beauty , BA 7B, 8A, 80 Lister>a cordata (L.) R. Br. in Ait. LIC0-5/0rchidaceae/heart - leaved twayblade 8,12,47, NV, OR+ 671, 671A, 723, 738, 739 Lithophragma tene Z Zum Nutt. in T. & G. LITE/Saxifragaceae/pink woodl and star 4,18,19,25, 32,36,NV,OR+ Lomatium martinda. Zei Coult. & Rose LOMA-5/Ap iaceae/coast Range lomat ium 8,47,0R,++ 704, 739 Lomatium ravenii Math. & Const. LORA/Ap iaceae/raven 's lomatium ,NV,OR 638, 656, 657, 6570 CE, SE, 1 Lotus nuttazzianus Greene LONU-2/Fabaceae/Nuttall's lotus , BA Lupinus ho Zmgrenanus C. P. Sm ith LUH0-1/Fabaceae/Holmgren 's lupine , NV 410C Lyciwn parishii Gray LYPA/Solanaceae/Parish 's desert thorn ,33,36,37, AZ, SO 18C, 800, 107A Lycopodium czavatum L. LYCL/Lycopodiaceae/running-pine , A, 672A, 689A, 689C, 6890 Lycopodium inundatum L. LYIN/Lycopodiaceae/bog club-moss ,0R++ 689A, 689C, LI 4 r- e;; -t..... U1

90 76 LI 4 Scientific Name Code/Family Name/Vernacular Name R-E-V-0 Code Count ies Quadrangles Notes.. O> c: en..... Lycopus uniflorus Michx. LYUN/Lamiaceae/northern bugle weed Lyrocarpa coulteri Hook. & Harv. var. pa lmeri LYCOP/Brassicaceae/Coulter's lyre pod Mahonia higginisiae (Munz) Ahrent MAHI/Berberidaceae/Higgin 's barberry Ma laxi s brachypoda (Gray) Fernald MABR/Orchidaceae/adder 's mouth Ma lperia tenuis Wats. MATE-2/Asteraceae/brown turbans Ma te lea parvifo lia (Torr.) Woods. MAPA-4/Asclepiadaceae/spear leaf Mecone lla oregana Nutt. in T. & G. MEOR-1/Papaveraceae/Oregon meconella (Wats.) Rollins Mentzelia hirsutissima Wats. var. stenophy lla (Urb. & Gilg.) Jtn. MEHIS/Loasaceae/hairy stickleaf Mimu lus diffu sus Grant MIDI-1/Scrophulariaceae/Palomar monkey flower Mimu lus glabratus Gray ssp. utahensis Penn. MIGLU/Scrophulariaceae/Utah monkey flower Mirabilis tenui loba \fats. MITE/Nyctaginaceae/long-lobed four o'clock Mono tropa uniflora L. MOUN-2/Monotropaceae/Indian pipe Muhlenbergia arsenei Hitchc. MUAR/Poaceae/tough muhly Myosotis laxa Lehm. MYLA/Boraginaceae/smaller forget -me-not Notholaena cochisensis Goodd. NOCO/Adiantaceae/scaly cloak fern No tholaena limitanea Maxon var. limitanea NOLIL/Adiantaceae/cloak fern Oeno thera caespitosa Nutt. var. crinita (Rydb.) Munz OECAC/Onagraceae/caespitose evening-primrose Oenothera hookeri T. & G. ssp. wolfii Munz OEHOW/Onagraceae/Wo lf's evening-primrose Orni thostaphy los oppositifolia (Parry) Small OROP/Ericaceae/Baj a California man zanita Oryctes nevadensis \fats. ORNE/Solanaceae/Nevada oryctes ,12,29,32, 55, ++ 13,37,BA 19B 37, BA 7B, SA, 18 33,36, ,37,BA 18C, ,36,37, 32B, 65B AZ,BA+ 8, OR+ 13,37,BA SB, 7A, 18C 27,30,33, 37, BA 26, NV ,37,BA 8,12,++ 672C, 740C, ,AZ,NV ,15,32,++ 589B, 740C 36,AZ, ,AZ,BA, ,36,NV ,12,21,23, 47,49,0R 37, BA , NV 372B, 22

91 Oryzopsis micrantha (Trin. & Rupr. ) Thurb. ORMI- 1/Poaceae/ricegrass ,26,36,++ 249D, 2508, 4128, 431D Pectocarya pa Zmeri (Gray) Veno, ined. PEPA-9/ 8oraginaceae/Palmer 's pectocarya ,33,37,64, AZ,8A, SO 23 Pedieu laris contorta 8enth. ex. Hook. PEC0-2/Scrophulariaceae/curved-beak lousewort ,53,0R+ 667, 668, 684, 685, 699D, 701, 702, 719 Pedicularis flavida Penn. PEFL-1/Scrophulariaceae/Cascade Mtns. lousewort 47, OR Pe llaea truncata Goodd. PETR- 2/Ad iantaceae/cliff brake ,36,AZ,8A, NV, SO++ 24 Penstemon calcareus Bdg. PECA-1/Scrophulariaceae/l imestone beardtongue , 36,NV 1758, 176A, 201C, 368A, 368D, 390D Penstemon cinereus Piper PECI-1/Scrophulariaceae/gray beardtongue 25,47,NV,OR 698, 715, 730 Penstemon cinicola Keck PECI-2/Scrophulariaceae/ash beardtongue ,25,47,0R 6418, 643D, 695D, 699D, 713, 7248, 733 Penstemon clevelandii Gray ssp. connatus (Munz & Jtn.) Keck PECLC/Scrophulariaceae/San Jacinto beardtongue 33,37,8A Perideridia parishii (Coult. & Rose) Nels. & Macbr. ssp. parishii PEPAP/Ap iaceae/parish's yampah , AZ+ 105A, 1058, 1068, 131C, 132C 25 Petradoria discoidea L. C. Anderson PEDI/Asteraceae/Panamint rock-goldenrod 14,36,NV Phacelia anelsonii Macbr. PHAN- 2/Hydrophyllaceae/Aven Nelson's phacelia ,36,NV+ 226A Phace lia inunda.ta J. T. Howell PHIN-1/Hydrophyllaceae/inundated phacelia 18,25,NV,OR 640 Phace lia muste lina Cov. PHMU-1/Hydrophyllaceae/Death Va lley round-leaved phacelia 14,36,NV 2328, 302A, 3258, 325D, 368A, 368D, 3698, 389D Pholisma arenarium Nutt. ex Hook. PHAR-3/ Lennoaceae/pholisma 13,15,19,30, 33,36,37,40, 42,56,BA 7A, 7B, 118, lld, 18C, 19A,, 1, 26 20C, 22A, 22C, 22D, 318, 32A, 328, 32D, 36D, 47D, 48A, 101, 102D, 1038, 103D, 130, 131C, 131D, 1618, 176C, 181C, 182A, 184A, 221D, 235C, 247A, 247D, 249A, 257, 258C Picea enge lmannii Parry PIEN/Pinaceae/Enge lmann 's spruce ,47,53,0R++ 679C, 680, 680C, 701, 701C, 702D Pi lostyles thurberi Gray PITH/Rafflesiaceae/Thurber 's pilostyles 13,33,37,AZ, 6A, 17C, 18C, 18D, 29C, 30D BA, NV+ Pinguicula macroceras Link PIMA/Lent ibulariaceae/butterwort 8,47,++ 739, 740C, 7400 Pinus edulis Engelm. PIED/Pinaceae/pinyon pine , AZ+ 2008, 225C r- - en -t.. 77 LI 4....

92 78 LI 4 Scientific Name Code/Fami ly Name/Vernacu lar Name R-E -V-D Code Counties Quadrangles Notes... co!: en -t Pleuropogon refractus (Gray) Benth. ex Vasey PLRE-1/Poaceae/nodding semaphore grass Poa piperi Hitchc. POPU/Poaceae/Piper 's bluegrass Poa rhizomata Hitchc. PORH/Poaceae/timber bluegrass Polygonum esotericum Wheeler POES/Polygonaceae/Modoc Co. knotweed Polypodium hesperium Maxon POHE/Polypodiaceae/western polypody Populus angustifolia James POAN-4/Sal icaceae/narrow- leaved cottonwood Proboscidea althaeifolia (Benth.) Dene. PRAL/Martyniaceae/desert unicorn plant Ranunculus hydrocharoides Gray RAHY-1/Ranunculaceae/frog 's bit buttercup Rhynchospora alba (L.) Vahl RHAL-1/Cyperaceae/white beaked-rush Rhynchospora globularis (Chapm.) Small RHGL-1 /Cyperaceae/round-headed beaked-rush Rhynchospora glomerata (L.) Vahl var. minor Britton RHGLM/Cyperaceae/brown beaked-rush Ribes laxiflorum Pursh RILA-3/Grossulariaceae/trail ing black currant Rubus nivalis Dougl. RUNI/Rosaceae/snow dwarf bramble Rubus pedatus Smith RUPE-3/Rosaceae/five- leaved dwarf bramble Sali:r: brachycarpa Nutt. SABR-4/Salicaceae/short-fruited willow Salvia eremostachya Jeps. SAER/Lamiaceae/desert sage Salvia munzii Epling SAMU/Lamiaceae/Munz 's sage Saussurea americana D. C. Eat. SAAM/Asteraceae/American sawwort Saxifraga howe llii Greene SAH0-2/Saxifragaceae/Howell's saxifrage ,12,21, 23,0R+ 8, OR 8,47,0R 18,25,0R 33,36,AZ++ 14,36,0R, NV, ++ 13,37,AZ, BA, SO 10,14,AZ,BA+ 8,23,29, 32,49,++ 49, ,32,44, 49,53,++ 8,12,0R+ 8, OR+ 12, OR+ 26, OR++ 467A, 467B, 550D, 568, 652B, 653, 669, 670, 671, 672C, 686, 687, 689, 706D , 718, A, 351C, 373A, 412A 373, 373D, 394A, A, 569A 502A, 502D 408C, 502A, 541B, 557C, 605C, 666B ,37,BA 32A, 47A, 47B, 48, 48A, 48C, 65, 65C, 66, 66D, , BA , OR+ 736, 736A 8,47,0R _

93 Scirpus ro l landii Fern. SCR0-2/Cyperaceae/Rolland 's bulrush , D Scirpus subterminalis Torr. SCSU/Cyperaceae/water bu lrush ,12,0R, Selaginella cinerascens A. A. Eat. SECI/Selaginellaceae/pygmy spike-moss , BA Spartina graci lis Trin. SPGR-1/Poaceae/alkali cordgrass ,18,25,26, 329D, 412D, 413B, 414A, 47,NV,++ 450C, 4510 Sphenopho lis obtusata (Michx.) Scribn. var. obtusata SPOBO/Poaceae/wedgegrass ,10,26, 107D, 284B, 395B, 416D, 36,54,++ 487C, 493B, 494D Stipa arida M. E. Jones AR-1/Poaceae/Mormon needlegrass ,36,AZ,NV+ 249C, 249D Stipa diegoensis Swallen DI-1/Poaceae/San Diego Co. need l egrass , BA lob, lod Stipa lettermanii Vasey LE-3/Poaceae/Letterman 's need legrass 36, NV+, C 29 Tanace"tum douglasii DC. TADO/Asteraceae/Doug las ' tansy 8,12,0R+ The lypodium flexuosum Rob. in Gray THFL-2/Brassicaceae/perennial thelypodium ,25,47, NV, OR Tiare lla trifo liata L. var. trifo liata TITR/Saxifragaceae/laceflower , OR+ 671 Trichostema micranthum Gray TRMI -1/Lamiaceae/sma ll-flowered bluecurls 33,36,BA Trienta lis arctica Fisher TRAR- 2/Primulaceae/ arct ic starflowe.r , OR++ 723B, 740C 30 Trig lochin palustris L. TRPA-2/Juncaginaceae/arrow grass 14,54,55, 330A, 331A, 352A, 352D, 454 NV, ++ Tri llium riva le Wats. TRRI/Liliaceae/brook wake robin l ' :.1 8,47,0R 722, 739 Triteleia crocea Greene var. crocea TRCRC/Liliaceae/yellow triteleia 47,53,0R 701, 717' 718, 719, , 738 Vaccinium uliginosum L. VAUL/Ericaceae/bog huckl eberry ,12,0R++ Veratrum insolitum Jeps. VEIN/Liliaceae/Siskiyou false-hel lebore 8,45,47,0R Veronica cusickii Gray VECU/Scrophulariaceae/Cusick 's speedwell 2,20,31,32*, 435, 435B, 506B, 507A, 539A, 46,54,0R+ 573A, 590B Viguiera laciniata Gray in Torr. VILA/Asteraceae/San Diego Co. viguiera , BA Woodsia plummerae Lemmon WOPL/Aspleniaceae/Plummer's woodsia en -I,,. 79 LI 4.. co

94 80 LI 4 1. CNPS has prepared a "Status Report" for this plant. Copies are available for a nominal charge that covers postage and handling. 2. See Madrano 20 : (1971) for range extension into California. 3. See Cactus and Succulent Journal 32 : (1960) and the Intermountain Flora 6:538 (1977) for revised description. 4. See Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 13: (1964) for revised description. Recent collection by Mary DeDecker is the first record for California. 5. This showy plant appeals to the commercial and private collector and is, therefore, threatened because of exploitation. 6. See Contributions from the United States Nat ional Herbarium 37: (1969) for recent taxonomic treatment. 7. See Aliso 9: (1978) for revised nomenclature. 8. See Leaflets of Western Botany 3:81 (1941) for original description. 9. See Madrano 23 : 299 (1975) for discovery in Humboldt Co. and Four Seasons 4(4) :19-20 (1974) for comment on Del Norte Co. plants. 10. See Aliso 7: (1973) for original description. 11. See American Journal of Botany 48: (1961) and the Intermountain Flora 6:402, 403 (1977) for revised nomenclature See the Intermountain Flora 6:88 (1977) for revised nomenclature. 13. See Aliso 9: (1978) for explanat ion of transfer of genus to Crossosomataceae. 14. This plant, presumed extinct in 1974 edition, has been rediscovered in the wild. 15. See Dempster, L. T Galium. In, A Flora of California by W. L. Jepson. Vol. 4, Pt. 2. Jepson Herbarium and Library. University - - of California. Berkeley See Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 26: (1976) for recent taxonomic treatment. 17. This plant is called Juniperus communis var. sa.xitizis in Munz (1959). 18. See Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 57: for a recent taxonomic treatment. 19. See American Midland Naturalist 90: (1973) and Evolution 24 : (1970) for recent discussions. 20. This plant is called CheiZanthes sinuata var. cochisensis in Munz (1959). 21. See Madrano 25:55 (1955) for description. 22. This plant, presumed extinct in the 1974 edition, was rediscovered at two sites by Mary DeDecker, but not seen at either site subsequently. 23. See the unpublished doctoral dissertation by B. A. Veno (1979) at the University of California, Los Angeles. 24. See Madrano 25:56 (1978) for revised taxonomy. 25. See University of California Publications in Botany 55 :1-74 (1969) for descriptions. 26. Many collection sites are now historic. 27. See Madroflo 25:55 (1978) for first California report. 28. See Leaflets of Western Botany 10:16 (1966) for first California report. 29. See American Journal of Botany 49: (1962) for revised description and distribution. 30. See Leaflets of Western Botany 10:333 (1966) for first California record. 31. See American Midland Naturalist 25 : (1941) for revised taxonomy and descriptions. 32. See Madrano 22:378 (1973) and Madrano 25:55 (1978) for distribution information. 0) 0 r- e;; -I

95 .. APPENDIX 1 81 APPENDIX ONE: PLANTS CONSIDERED, BUT NOT INCLUDED Many of these plants were previously not well known or had not been looked for adequately in the field. Many others were originally suggested on the basis of local rarity, but without regard for the total range in California. Some entries are of doubtful taxonomic validity or present systematic problems that should be investigated before a decision is made to seek protection. A few plants appear to be nothing more than sporadic sterile hybrids. Still others are names of out-ofstate plants once thought to be native to California, but now known to have been misidentified or redefined taxonomically. Acalypha californica Benth. Agastache pay'vifolia Eastw. Allium anserinum Jeps. Allium dav isiae Jones Allium membranaceum Ownbey Amsinckia spectabi lis Fisch. & Mey. var. microcarpa (Greene) Jeps. & Hoover in Jeps. Antennaria racemosa Hooker Antirrhinum fi lipes Gray Arctostaphylos acutifolia Eastw. Arctostaphy los andersonii Gray Arctostaphy los cinerea T. J. Howell Arctostaphy los confertiflo1 a fastw. Arctostaphy los elegans Jeps. Arctostaphylos glandu losa Eastw. var. crassifolia Jeps. Arctostaphy los hookeri G. Don ssp. hookeri Arctostaphy los insularis Greene Arctostaphy los intricata T. J. Howell var. intricata Arctostaphy los intricata T. J. Howel l var. ob longifolia (T. J. Howell) Munz Arctostaphy los mal loryi Gankin, ined. Arctostaphy lo s manzanita Parry ssp. roofii (Gankin) P. V. Wel ls Arctostaphy los pay'vifo lia T. J. Howell Arctastaphy los purissima P. V. We lls Arctostaphy los stanfordiana Parry var. repens J. B. Roof Artemisia cana Pursh ssp. bo landeri (Gray) Ward Asplenium vespertinum Maxon Aster peirsonii C. W. Sharsm. Astraga lus austinae Gray Astraga lus calif ornicus (Gray) Greene Astraga lus cimae Jones var. sufflatus Barneby Astragalus congdonii \\lats. Astragalus inyoensis Sheldon Astraga lus lentiginosus Dougl. var. semotus Jeps. Astraga lus mohavensis \fats. var. hemigyrus (Clokey) Barneby Astraga lus panamintensis Sheldon Astragalus sepultipes (Barneby) Barneby Astragalus serenoi (Kunt ze) Sheldon var. serenoi Astraga lus trichopodus (Nutt.) Gray var. trichopodus Bacopa nobsiana Mason Ba lsamorhiza macro lepis Sharp var. macro lepis Boeravia annulata Cov. Bricke Z lia frutescens Gray Brodiaea leptanch a (Greene) Baker Buddleja utahensis Cov. Cakile edentula (Bigel.) Hooker ssp. californica (Heller) Hulten Calochortus concolor (Baker) Purdy Ca lochortus venustus Dougl. ex Benth. var. sanguineus Hort. Camissonia boothii (Dougl.) Raven ssp. inyoensis (Munz) Mun z Camissonia heterochroma (Wats.) Raven Canbya candida Parry Casti l leja arachnoidea Greenman Castilleja arachnoidea Greenman ssp. arachnoidea Ca stilleja arachnoidea Greenman ssp. schizotricha (Greenman) Penn. Casti l leja culbertsonii Greene Cas ti l leja disticha Eastw. Cas tilleja franciscana Penn. Ca stilleja lassenensis Eastw. Castilleja longispica A. els. >< s z Ill a. a. c.. co

96 82 APPENDIX 1... >< 25 z Ill D. D. c N co Castilleja peirsonii Eastw. Cas ti l leja pilosa (Wats.) Rydb. ssp. jusselii (Ea.stw.) Munz Castilleja praeterita Heckard & Bacig. Cas tilleja psittacina (Eastw.) Penn. Cau lanthus glaucus Wats. Ceanothus arboreus Greene Ceanothus impressus Trel. var. impressus Ceano thus impressus Trel. var. nipomensis McMinn Ceanothus jepsonii Greene Ceanothus pinetorum Cov. Ceanothus prostratus Benth. var. la:r:us Jeps. Cerastium beeringianum Cham. & Schlecht. Cercocarpus minutiflorus Abrams Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (Murr.) Pa.rl. Chenopodium nevadense Standl. Chorizanthe angustifolia Nutt. Chorizanthe staticoides Benth. ssp. chrysacantha (Goodm.) Munz. Chrysothamnus axi llaris Keck Cirsium nidulum (Jones) Petrak Clarkia tembloriensis Vasek Claytonia spathulata Dougl. var. rosulata (Ea.stw.) McNeil! Cneoridium dumosum (Nutt.) Hooker f. ex. Baill. Co llinsia concolor Greene Co llinsia parryi Gray Conioselinum chinense (L.) BSP. Cordy lanthus ferrisianus Penn. Cordy lanthus hel leri (Ferris) Macbr. Cordy lanthus nevinii Gray Cordy lanthus pring lei Gray Crepis nana Richards in Frankl. ssp. ramosa Babcock Crossosoma bigelovii Wats. Cryp tantha hoffmannii I. M. Johnston Cryp tantha incana Greene Cryp tantha nubigena (Greene) Payson Cuscuta jepsonii Yuncker Cymopterus cinerarius Gray Delphinium pratense Eastw. Dicentra chrysantha (H. & A. ) Walp. Dicentra ochro leuca Engelm. Dicentra pauciflora Wats. Uichond:r>a donelliana Tharp & Johnston Draba niva lis Lilj ebl. var. ' e longata Wats. Drosera rotundifo lia L. Dryopteris fi lix-mas (L.) Schott Dudleya ha ssei (Rose) Moran Echinocactus polycephalus Engelm. & Bigel. Elodea brandegeae St. John Ephed:r>a funerea Cov. & Mort. Erigeron calvus Cov. Eriodictyon tomentosum Benth. Eriogonum arborescens Greene Eriogonum cithariforme Wats. Eriogonum dasyanthemum T. & G. Eriogonum deserticola Wats. Eriogonum elegans Greene Eriogonum esmera ldense Wats. Eriogonum giganteum Wats. var. giganteum Eriogonum gracilipes Wats. Eriogonum hookeri Wats. Eriogonum latens Jeps. Eriogonum ovalifo lium Nutt. ssp. eximium (Tides.) S. Stokes Eriogonum parvifolium Sm. in Rees. var. lucidwn (J. T. Howell) Reveal Eriogonum parvifo lium Sm. in Rees. var. paynei (Wolf ex Munz) Reveal Eriogonum rupinum Reveal Eriogonum tripodum Greene Eriophy llum lanatum (Pursh.) Forbes var. croceum (Greene) Jeps. Ery thronium hezeniae App legate Eschscholzia covi llei Greene Eschscholzia lemmonii Greene Eschscholzia lobbii Greene Eschscho lizia minutiflora Wats. Euphorbia misera Benth. Euphorbia parishii Greene Euphorbia pedieu lifera Engelm. Frasera puberulenta A. Davidson Frasera tubulosa Cov. Fraxinus ' trifoliata (H. & A.) Lewis & Epling Fritillaria biflora Lindl. Fritillaria glauca Greene Calium and:r>ewsii Gray ssp. gatense (Dempster) Dempster & Stebb ins Ca lium oreganum Britton Calium wrightii Gray Gaura coccinea (Nutt.) Pursh. Centiana newberryi Gray Centiana tenella Rottb. Cilia aliquanta A.. & V. Grant ssp. aliquanta Cilia australis (Mason & A. Grant) V. Grant Cilia campanu lata Gray Cilia inyoensis I. M. Johnston Cithopsis latifolia Eastw. Githopsis pu lchella Vatka Grinde lia pa ludosa Greene Hackelia bella (Macbr.) I. M. Johnston Hackelia mundu la (Jeps.) Ferris Hackelia ve lutina (Piper) Jtn. Hap lopappus gilmanii Blake Hap lopappus parishii (Greene) Blake Hap lopappus peirsonii (Keck) J. T. Howell Hap lopappus propinquus Blake Hazardia bricke llioides (Blake) Clark Hecastocleis shockleyi Gray Hemitomes congestum Gray Hesperomecon linearis (Benth.) Greene Heuchera merriamii Eastw. Ho llisteria lanata Wats. Ipomopsis polyc ladon (Torr.) V. Grant Iris munzii Foster Isoetes bo landeri Engelm. var. pygmaea (Eng elm.) Clute Isoetes howe llii Engelm. Isoetes nuttallii A. Br. Isoetes orcuttii A. A. Eaton Iva nevadensis Jones Ivesia carrrpestris (Jones) Rydb. Ivesia muirii Gray Ivesia purpurascens (Wats.) Keck ssp. purpurascens Ivesia pygmaea Gray Ivesia webberi Gray Juncus chlorocephalus Engelm. Juncus cooperi Engelm. Kobresia myosw0oides (Vill.) Fiori & Paol. Lagophylla minor (Keck) Keck Lavatera assurgentiflora Kell. Lewisia coty ledon (Wats.) Rob. in Gray var. coty ledon Lewisia leana (Porter) Rob. Lewisia sierrae Ferris Lilium ke l loggii Purdy Linanthus nudatus Greene Listera caurina Pipar Lithophragma rupicola Greene

97 .. APPENDIX 1 83 Lomatium rigidum (Jones) Jeps. Lomatium torreyi Coult. & Rose Lonicera cauriana Fernald Lotus argophy llus (Gray) Greene ssp. ornithopus (Greene) Raven Lotus neo-incanus Munz Ludwigia repens Forester var. stipitata (Fern. & Griscom) Munz Lupinus adsurgens E. Drew var. undu latus C. P. Smith in Jeps. Lupinus covillei Greene Lupinus culbertsonii Greene ssp. hypolasius (Greene) B. J. Cox Lupinus horizonta lis Heller Lupinus inyoensis Heller Lupinus lobbii Gray ex Wats. Lupinus montigenus Heller Lupinus pratensis Heller var. eriostachyus C. P. Smith Lythrum cazifornicum T. & G. Machaeranthera ammophila Reveal Machaeranthera leucanthemifo lia (Greene) Greene Madia subspicata Keck Ma lacothrix indecora Greene Malacothrix squa lida Greene Mecone lla californica Torr. & Frem. Mecone lla denticulata Greene Mentzelia leucophy lla Bdg. Mentzelia reflexa Cov. Menyanthes trifoliata L. Microseris nutans (Hook.) Sch.-Bip. ssp. siskiyouensis Chambers, ined. Mimu lus arenarius Grant Mimu lus barbatus Greene - M-irnu lus gutatus Fisch. ex. DC. ssp. arenicola Penn. Mimu lus whitneyi Gray Monotropa hypopithys L. Mantia saxosa Bdg. Mui lla coronata Greene Mui lla transmontana Greene Myrica hartwegii Wats. Navarretia prolifera Greene ssp. pro lifera Nicolletia occidentalis Gray Oenothera heterochroma Wats. Oenothera xylocarpa Cov. Opuntia phaeacantha Engelm. var. major Engelm. Oreonana clementis (Jones) Jeps. Orochaenactis thysanocarpha (Gray) Cov. Orthocarpus purpurascens Benth. var. pallidus Keck Oxystylis lutea Torr. & Frem. Ory zopsis kingii (Boland.) Beal Panicum shastense Scribn. & Merr. Papaver ca lif ornicum Gray Paronychia f1'anciscana Eastw. Parvisedum pentandrwn (H. K. Sharsmi th) Claus en Penstemon confusus Jones ssp. patens (Jones) Keck Penstemon floridus Bdg. ssp. floridus Penstemon monoensis Heller Penstemon scapoides Keck Peri ty le mega locephala (Wats.) Macbr. var. intr-icata (Bdg.) Powell Perity le megazocephala (\fats.) Macbr. var. oligophy lla Powell Phacelia ca lthifolia Brand Phacelia grisea Gray Phacelia longipes Torr. ex Gray Phacelia lyonii Gray Phacelia marcescens Eastw. ex Macbr. Phace lia nashiana Jeps. Phace lia peirsoniana J. T. Howell Phacelia pringlei Gray Phalacroseris bolanderi Gray Phlox adsurgens Torr. ex Gray Phlox dispersa C. W. Sharsm. Pho listoma racemosum (Nutt.) Constance Physalis crassifo lia Benth. Picea breweriana Wats. Pilularia americana A. Br. Pinus balfouriana Murr. Pinus quadrifo lia Parl. ex Sudw. Pinus washoensis Mason & Stockwell Piperia elegans (Lindl.) Rydb. Plagiobothrys distantiflorus (Piper) Jtn. Plectritis eichleriana (Suksd.) Heller Plectritis jepsonii (Suksd.) Davy Polyctenium fremontii (Wats.) Greene Polygonum patulum Bieb. Prunus lyonii (Eastw.) Sarg. Psorothamnus arborescens (Gray) Barneby var. simp licifolius (Parish) Barneby Puccinel lia lemmonii (Vasey) Scribn. Quereus macdona ldii Greene Ranunculus bonariensis Poir. var. trisepalus (Gill.) Lourteig Rhamnus pilosa (Trel.) Abrams Robinia neomexicana A. Gray Rhynchospora glomerata (L.) Vahl. var. capitellata (Michx.) Ku ken th. Salvia cleve landii (Gray) Greene Sa lvia co lumbariae Benth. var. ziegleri Munz Salvia vaseyi (Porter) Parish Saxifraga fragarioides Greene Scopulophila rixfordii (Bdg.) Mun z & Johnston Sedum spathu lifoium Hooker ssp. purdyi Clausen Selaginella aspre lla Maxon Senecio blochmaniae Greene Senecio clarkianus Gray Senecio lyonii Gray Senecio streptanthifo lius Greene Sequoiadendron giganteum (Lindl.) Buchh. Sibara deserti (Jones) Rollins Sibara rosulata Rollins Sida lcea ranuncu lacea Greene Silene aperta Greene Sisyrinchium halophi lum Greene Stipa latiglumis Swal len Stipa stilzmanii Bolander Streptanthus barbatus Wats. Styl-ocline micropoides Gray Sty lomecon heterophy lla (Benth.) G. Taylor Tetradymia stenolepis Greene The lypodium jaegeri Ro llins Trichostema austromantanum Lewis ssp. austromantanum Trichostema lanatum Benth. Trif olium monoense Greene Triglochin striatum Ruiz & Pav. Tri Z Zium kurabayashii Freeman Triteleia dudzeyi Hoover Trite leia gracilis Greene Tri tezeia Zugens Greene Viburnum ellipticum Hooker Viguiera reticulata Wats. Viola adunca Small var. kirkii Duran Viola cuneata \fats. Viola hallii Gray Vio la tomentosa Baker & Clausen Whitneya dea lbata Gray Zigadenus fr emontii Torr. var. inezianus Jeps. >< a z Ill A. A. c C') co

98 84 APPENDIX 2 APPENDIX TWO : SCIENTIFIC NAME CHANGES IN THIS EDITION Name used in 1974 edit ion Name used in this edition Agrostis hendersonii Allium monticola Arctostaphy los franciscana Arctostaphy los hearstiorwn Arctostaphy los roofii Arctostaphy los stanfordiana hispidulum Berberis higginsiae Berberis nevinii Berberis pinnata insularis Berberis sonnei Cardamine gambelii Castilleja payneae Casti lleja psittacina Chorizanthe insignis Chorizanthe leptoceras Chorizanthe vortriedei Cicuta bo landeri Clarkia bottae Cordy lanthus bernardinus Cordy lanthus brunneus capillaris Corydy lanthus littoralis littoralis Cordy lanthus pallescens Cupressus f orbesii Da lea arborescens Dalea ca lifornica Eriophy llum nubigenum congdonii Fimbristy lis thermalis Fritillaria phaeanthera Habenaria elegans maritima Hap lopappus brickel lioides Hap lopappus canus Agrostis microphy lla hendersonii Allium montico la keckii Arctostaphy los hookeri franciscana Arctostaphy los hookeri hearstiorwn Arctostaphy los manzanita roofii Arctostaphy los hispidu lum Mahonia higginsiae Mahonia nevinii Mahonia pinnata insularis Mahonia sonnei Nasturtium gambe lii Castilleja arachnoidea Castilleja longispica Centrostegia insignis Centrostegia leptoceras Centrostegia vortriedei Cicuta maculata bo landeri Clarkia lewisii Cordy lanthus eremicus bernardinus Cordy lanthus tenuis capillaris Cordy lanthus rigidus littora lis Cordy lanthus tenuis pallescens Cupressus guadalupensis forb esii Psorothamnus arborescens arboresens Psorothamnus arborescens simp licifolius Eriophy llum congdonii Fimbristylis spadicea Fritillaria eastwoodiae Piperia elegans Hazardia bricke llioides Hazardia cana Cll >< - a z UI A. A. cc

99 APPENDIX 2 85 Name used in 1974 edition Name used in this edition Hap lopappus detonsus Haplopappus eastwoodiae Hap lopappus uniflorus gossypinus Harpagonella pa Zmeri He leocfza.ris parvula Hu lsea inyoensis Juncus duranii Lesquerella bernardina Lessingia germanorum tenuis Linanthus orcuttii pacificus Lomatium ciliolatum Lomatium inyoense Lotus scoparius dendroideus Lotus scoparius traskiae Lupinus arboreus eximius Lupinus citrinus deflexus Lupinus hypo lasius Macfza.eranthera cognata Machaeranthera orcuttii Ma lacothrix indecora Ma lacothrix squalida Malvastrum kernense Oenothera heterochroma Ophioglossum californicum Palaf oxia linearis gigantea Panicum therrnale Penstemon confusus confusus Petalonyx gizmanii Pfza.celia divaricata insularis Physalis greenei Pleuropogon davyi Potentilla tularensis Ranunculus alveolatus Sedum purdyi Streptanthus morrisonii elatus Streptanthus morrisonii hirtiflorus Streptanthus morrisonii morrisonii Therrnopsis argentata Tridens pilosus Hazardia detonsa Ericameria fasciculata Py rrocoma uniflora gossypina Pectocarya palmeri Eleocharis parvu la Hu lsea vestita inyoensis Juncus mertensianus duranii Lesquerella kingii bernardina Lessingia tenuis Linanthus orcuttii Lomatium ciliolatum hooveri Lomatium foeniculaceum inyoense Lotus dendroideus dendroideus Lotus dendroideus traskiae Lupinus exvn'lus Lupinus deflexus Lupinus culbertsonii hypo lasius Xylorhiza cognata Xy lorhiza orcuttii Ma lacothrix fo liosa Ma lacothrix fo liosa Eremalche kernensis Cami ssonia heterochroma Ophioglossum lusitanicum californicum Palafoxia arida gigantea Dicfza.nthelium lanuginosum thermale Penstemon confusus patens Petalonyx thurberi gi lmanii Phacelia insularis insularis Physa lis crassifo lia Pleuropogon calif ornicus davyi Horkelia tularensis Ranunculus bonariensis trisepa lus Sedum spathulifo lium purdyi Streptanthus morrison'l'l Streptanthus morrisonii Streptanthus morrisonii Thermopsis macrophy ZZa argentata Erioneuron pi losum C'I >< - Q z w D. D. cc U') ClO

100 86 APPENDIX 3 APPENDIX THREE: LI OF QUADRANGLE MAPS The names of quadrangles used in this appendi x are taken from U.S. Geological Survey maps. They are numbered and arranged according to a geographical system devised by the California Department of Water Resources. Each 15-minute quadrangle is given a number beginning in the southeast corner of California and ending in the northwest corner. A map showing the positi on of each quad appears at the end of this appendix. Each 15-minute quad may be divided into four 7.5-minute quads which are lettered A,B,C or D starting with the northwest quadrant. In this list of maps, a quad number followed by a letter refers to a 7.5-minute map; those without letters are 15- minute maps. Maps in' the 15-minute series are listed only when an area has not been covered fully by the 7.5- minute series. Quad names and availability from the U.S.G.S. are as of October Two sets of exceptions to this system occur. First, the oceanic islands were assigned letters corresponding to their names and were placed at the head of the list. Second, some 7.5-minute maps were never assigned appropriate 15-minute numbers. These were given the letters E and F, combined with the numbers of the adjacent 15-minute quads. They are lle-lmperial Reservoir, llf-laguna Dam, 58E-La Paz Mtn., 320E Pheiffer Point, 387E-Santa Cruz, and 467E-Double Point. Some number and letter combinations appearing in the plant lists do not occur in this appendix. In order to provide more precise locations, the CNPS Rare Plant Office adopted a procedure of treating all quads as though they were 7.5-minute maps by adding the A, B, C, D designations to 15-minute quad numbers. ls 7.S QUADRANGLE ls 7.S QUADRANGLE C") >< - c z Ill a. a. ic <D co ANAC FARA SBAR SCAE SCAN SCAS SCAW SCLC SCLN SCLS SCRA SCRB SCRC SCRD SMIE SMIW SNIC SROE SRON SROS SROW la lb 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B SA ANACAPA ISLANDS FARALLON ISLANDS SANTA BARBARA ISLAND SANTA CATALINA EA SANTA CATALINA NORTH SANTA CATALINA SOUTH SANTA CATALINA WE SAN CLEMENTE ID CENT SAN CLEMENTE ID NORTH SAN CLEMENTE ID SOUTH SANTA CRUZ ISLAND A SANTA CRUZ ISLAND B SANTA CRUZ ISLAND C SANTA CRUZ ISLAND D SAN MIGUEL ID EA SAN MIGUEL ID WE SAN NICOLAS ISLAND SANTA ROSA ID EA SANTA ROSA ID NORTH SANTA ROSA ID SOUTH SANTA ROSA ID WE YUMA EA YUMA WE GRAYS WELL NE GRAYS WELL MIDWAY WELL MIDWAY WELL NW BONDS CORNER CALEXICO HEBER SB MOUNT SIGNAL 6A YUHA BASIN 6B COYOTE WELLS 7A IN-KO-PAR GORGE 7B JACUMBA BA LIVE OAK SPRINGS BB CAMERON CORNERS BC CAMPO BD TIERRA DEL SOL MORENA RESERVOIR 9B BARRETT LAKE 9C TE CATE 9D POTRERO loa DULZURA lob JAMUL MOUNTAINS loc OTAY MES A lod OTAY MTN. lla NATIONAL CITY llb POINT LOMA l ld IMPERIAL BEACH lle IMPERIAL RESERVO IR llf LAGUNA DAM 12A LITTLE PICACHO PEAK 12B PI CACHO PEAK 12C ARAZ 12D BARD 13 OGILBY 13C CACTUS 14A GLAMIS 14B GLAMIS NW 9A

101 APPENDIX 3 87 ls 7.S QUADRANGLE ls 7.S QUADRANGLE 14C GLAMIS SW RODRIQUEZ MOUNTAIN 14D GLAMIS SE 34C SAN PASQUAL lsa HOLTVILLE NE 34D RAMONA lsb ALAMO RIO 3SA VALLEY CENTER lsc HOLTVILLE WE 3SB SAN MARCOS lsd HOLTVILLE EA 3SC RANCHO SANTA FE 16A BRAWLEY 3SD ESCONDIDO 16B BRAWLEY NW 36A SAN LUIS REY 16C SEELEY 36B OCEANSIDE 16D EL CENTRO 36D ENCINITAS 17A SUPERITION MTN 40A MULE WASH 17B PLAER CITY NW 40B PALO VERDE 17C PAINTED GORGE 40C CIBOLA 17D PLAER CITY 41 PALO VERDE MTS 18A CARRIZO MOUNTAIN NE 42 CHUCKWALLA SPRING 18B ARROYO TAPIADO 43 IRIS PASS 18C SWEENEY PAS S 43C IRIS WASH 18D CARRIZO MOUNTAIN 44 FRINK 19A AGUA CALIENTE SPRINGS 44B FRINK NW 19B MONUMENT PEAK 44C FRINK 19C MOUNT LAGUNA 44D WIER 19D SOMBRERO 4SA DURMID 20A CUYAMACA PEAK 4SB SALTON 20B TULE SPRINGS 4SC TRUCKHAVEN 20C VIEJAS MOUNTAIN 4SD DURMID SE 20D DESCAN SO 46A OASIS 21A EL CAJON MTN 46B RABBIT PEAK 21B SAN VICENTE RES 46C FONTS POINT 21C EL CAJON 46D SEVENTEEN PALMS 21D ALPINE 47A CLARK LAKE NE 22A POWAY 47B COLLINS VALLEY 22B DEL MAR 47C BORREGO PALM CANYON 22C LA JOLLA 47D CLARK LAKE NE 22D LA MESA 48A BUCKSNORT MTN. 2SB PICACHO NW 48B BEAUTY MOUNTAIN 2SC PICACHO SW 48C WARNER SPRINGS 2SD PI CACHO 48D HOT SPRINGS MT. 26 QUARTZ PEAK 49A AGUANGA 27 ACOLITA 49B VAIL LAKE 27C ACOLITA BOUCHER HILL 28A TORTUGA 49D PALOMAR OBSERVATORY 28B IRIS SOA PECHANGA 28C WIE SOB TEMECULA 28D AMOS soc BONSALL 29A NILAND SOD PALA 29B OBSIDIAN BUTTE SlA FALLBROOK 29C CALIPATRIA SW SlB MARGARITA PEAK 29D WEMORELAND SlC LAS PULGAS CANYON 30A KANE SPRING NE SlD MORRO HILL 30B KANE SPRING NW S2A SAN CLEMENTE 30C HARPERS WELL S2B DANA POINT 30D KANE SPRING S2D SAN ONOFRE BLUFF 31A SHELL REEF SBA BLYTHE NE 31B BORREGO MOUNTAIN S8B MCCOY WASH 31C HARPER CANYON SBC RIPLEY 31D BORREGO MOUNTAIN SE S8D BLYTHE 32A BORREGO SINK S8E LA PAZ MOUNTAIN 32B TUBB CANYON S9 MCCOY SPRING 32C EARTHQUAKE VALLEY 60 SIDEWINDER WELL (') 32D WHALE PEAK 61 CHUCKWALLA MOUNTAINS 33A RANCHI TA >< 62 HAYFIELD - 33B WARNERS RANCH 63 COTTONWOOD SPRING 0 33C SANTA YSABEL z 63C MORTMAR w 33D JULIAN 63D OROCOPIA CANYON A. 34A MESA GRANDE 64A THERMAL CANYON A. cc 34B 49C,... co

102 88 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE 64B INDIO 88D ORANGE 64C VALERIE 89A WHITTIER 64D ME CCA 89B SOUTH GATE 65 PALM DESERT 89C LONG BEACH 65A LA QUINTA 89D LOS ALAMITOS 65B RANCHO MIRAGE 90A INGLEWOOD 66 IDYLL WILD 90B VENICE 67 HEMET 90C REDONDO BEACH 67B HEMET 90D TORRANCE 67C SAGE 94B CROSS ROADS 68A WINCHEER 95A PARKER 68B ROMO LAND 95B PARKER NW 68C MURRIETA 95C PARKER SW 68D BACHELOR MOUNTAIN 95D PARKER SE 69A ELS INORE 96A VIDAL JUNCTION 69B ALBERHILL 96B VIDAL NW 69C SITTON PEAK 96C GROMMET 69D WILD OMAR 96D VIDAL 70A SANTIAGO PEAK 97 RICE 70B EL TORO 98 IRON MOUNTAINS 70C SAN JUAN CAP I RANO 99 CADIZ VALLEY 70D CANADA GOBERNADORA 100 DALE LAKE 71A TUIN 101 VALLEY MOUNTAIN 71B NEWPORT BEACH lolb VALLEY MOUNTAIN 71D LAGUNA BEACH 102A TWENTYNINE PALMS 72A SEAL BEACH 102B SUNFAIR 73A SAN PEDRO 102C IND IAN COVE 74B POON 102D QUEEN MTN. 75A BIG MARIA MTS, NE 103A JOSHUA TREE NORTH 75B BIG MARIA MTS, NW 103B YUCCA VALLEY NORTH 75C BIG MARIA MTS, SW 103C YUCCA VALLEY SOUTH 75D BIG MARIA MTS, SE 103D JOSHUA TREE SOUTH 76 MIDLAND 104A RIMROCK 77 PALEN MOUNTAINS 104B ONYX PEAK 78 COXCOMB MOUNTAINS 104C CATCLAW FLAT 79 PINTO BASIN 104D MORONGO VALLEY 80 HEXIE MOUNTAINS 105A MOONRIDGE 81 LO HORSE MOUNTAIN 105B BIG BEAR LAKE 82 THOUSAND PALMS 105C FORE FALLS 82B SEVEN PALMS VALLEY 105D SAN GORGONIO MTN. 82C CATHEDRAL CITY 106A KELLER PEAK 82D MY OMA 106B HARRISON MTN 83 PALM SPRINGS 106C REDLANDS 83A DESERT HOT SPRINGS 106D YUCAIPA 83B WHITEWATER 107A SAN BERNARDINO NORTH 83D PALM SPRINGS 107B DEVORE 84A CABAZON 107C FONTANA 84B BEAUMONT 107D SAN BERNARD INO SOUTH 84C SAN JACINTO 108A CUCAMONGA PEAK 84D LAKE FULMOR 108B MOUNT BALDY 85A EL CASCO 108C ONTARIO 85B SUNNYMEAD 108D GUAI 85C PERRIS 109A GLENDORA BSD LAKEV IEW 109B AZUSA 86A RIVERSIDE EA 109C BALDWIN PARK 86B RIVERSIDE WE 109D SAN DIMAS 86C LAKE MATHEWS lloa MOUNT WILSON 86D EELE PEAK llob PASADENA (") 87A CORONA NORTH lloc LOS ANGELES >< 87B PRADO DAM llod EL MONTE a 87C BLACK AR CANYON llla BURBANK z 87D CORONA SOUTH lllb VAN NUYS Ill 88A YORBA LINDA lllc BEVERLY HILLS A. 88B LA HABRA llld HOLLYWOOD A. 88C ANAHEIM 112A CANOGA PARK cc ao ao l l

103 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE 112B CALABASAS 136D CHILAO FLAT 112C MAL IBU BEACH 137A AGUA DULCE l 12D TOPANGA 137B MINT CANYON 113A THOUSAND OAKS 137C SAN FERNANDO 113B NEWBURY PARK 137D SUNLAND 113C TRIUNFO PASS 138A NEWHALL 113D POINT DUME 138B VAL VERDE 114A CAMARILLO 138C SANTA SUSANA 114B OXNARD 138D OAT MOUNTAIN 114D POINT MUGU 139A PIRU 120B ANDARD WASH 139B FILLMORE 120C GENE WASH 139C MOORPARK 121A LAKE HAVASU CITY SOUTH 139D SIMI 121B HAVASU LAKE 140A SANTA PAULA PEAK 121C WHIPPLE MTS. SW 140B OJAI 121D WHIPPLE WASH 140C SAT I COY 122A SAVARIA PEAK NE 140D SANTA PAULA 122B SAVARIA PEAK NW 141A MATILIJA 122C SAVARIA PEAK SW 141B WHITE LEDGE PEAK 122D SAVARIA PEAK 141C PITAS POINT 123 TURTLE MOUNTAINS 141D VENTURA 124 MILLIGAN 142A CARP INTERIA 125 CADIZ LAKE 142B SANTA BARBARA 126 BRIOL LAKE 143A GOLETA 126B BRIOL LAKE NW 143B DOS PUEBLOS CANYON 126C BRIOL LAKE SW 144A TAJIGUAS 127A LEAD MOUNTAIN NE 144B GAV IOTA 127B LEAD MOUNTAIN 145A SA CATE 127C LEAD MOUNTAIN SW 145B POINT CONCEPTION 127D CLEGHORN LAKES 146B TO POCK 128A DEADMAN LAKE NE 146C CALE ROCK 128B DEADMAN LAKE NW 14 7A WHALE MTN. 128C DEADMAN LAKE SW 147B MONUMENTAL PASS 128D DEADMAN LAKE SE 147C SNAGGLETOOTH 129A HIDALGO MOUNTAIN 147D CHEMEHUEV I PEAK 129B EMERSON LAKE 148 EPLADDER MOUNTAINS 129C LANDERS 149 ESSEX 129D GOAT MOUNTAIN 150 DANBY 130A MELVILLE LAKE 151 CADIZ 130B OLD WOMAN SPRINGS 152 BA GD AD 130C RATTLESNAKE CANYON 152C BAGDAD SW 130D BIGHORN CANYON 152D AMBOY CRATER 131A COUGAR BUTTES 153A ASH HILL 131B LUCERNE VALLEY 153B LUDLOW 131C FAWNSKIN 153C MORGANS WELL 131D BIG BEAR CITY 153D LUDLOW SE 132A FIFTEENMILE VALLEY 154A LAVIC LAKE 132B APPLE VALLEY SOUTH 154B SUNSHINE PEAK 132C LAKE ARROWHEAD 154C GALWAY LAKE 132D BUTLER PEAK 154D LAVIC SE 133A HESPERIA 155 RODMAN MOUNTAINS 133B BALDY MESA 155A SILVER BELL MINE 133C CAJON 156 ORD MOUNTAINS 133D CEDAR SPRINGS 157A ODDARD WELL 134A PHELAN 157B TURTLE VALLEY 134B MESCAL CREEK 157C APPLE VALLEY NORTH 134C MOUNT SAN ANTONIO 157D FAIRVIEW VALLEY 134D TELEGRAPH PEAK 158A HELENDALE 135A VALYERMO 158B VICTORVILLE NW 135B JUNIPER HILLS 158C ADELANTO >< - 135C WATERMAN MTN 158D VICTORVILLE c 135D CRYAL LAKE 159A SHADOW MOUNTAINS z 136A PACIFICO MOUNTAIN 159B ADOBE MOUNTAIN Ill a. 136B ACTON 159C EL MIRAGE a. 136C CONDOR 159D SHADOW MOUNTAINS SE cc a> co (f)

104 90 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE C') 181A YERMO 160A HI VIA 182D BAROW SE 160B ALPINE BUTTE 183A TWELVE GAGUE LAKE 160C LITTLEROCK 183B KRAMER HILLS 160D LOVEJOY BUTTES 183C ALEY RANCHO 161A LANCAER EA 183D WILD CROSSING 161B LANCAER WE 184A KRAMER 161C RITTER RIDGE 184B RICH 161D PALMDALE 184C KRAMER SW 162A DEL SUR 184D RED BUTTES 162B LAKE HUGHES 185A MUROC 162C GREEN VALLEY 185B FLUHR 162D SLEEPY VALLEY 185C REDMAN SCHOOL 163A BURNT PEAK 185D MOUNT MESA 163B LIEBRE MOUNTAIN 186A BISSELL 163C WHITAKER PEAK 186B SOLEDAD MOUNTAIN 163D WARM SPRINGS MOUNTAIN 186C ROSAMOND 164A BLACK MOUNTAIN 186D ROSAMOND LAKE 164B MCDONALD PEAK 187A WILLOW SPRINGS 164C DEVILS HEART PEAK 187B TYLERHORSE CANYON 164D COBBLEONE MOUNTAIN 187C FAIRMONT BUTTE 165A LOCKWOOD VALLEY 187D LITTLE BUTTES 165B SAN GUILLERMO 188A LIEBRE TWINS 165C LION CANYON 188B WINTERS RIDGE 165D TOPATOPA MOUNTAINS 188C LE LIEBRE RANCH 166A REYES PEAK 188D NEENACH SCHOOL 166B RANCHO NUEVO CREEK 189A PAORIA CREEK 166C OLD MAN MOUNTAIN 189B GRAPEVINE 166D WHEELER SPRINGS 189C FRAZIER MOUNTAIN 167A MADULCE PEAK 189D LEBEC 167B BIG PINE MOUNTAIN 190A PLEITO HILLS 167C LITTLE PINE MOUNTAIN 190B EAGLE RE PEAK 167D HILDRETH PEAK 190C SAWMILL MOUNTAIN 168A SAN RAFAEL MTN 190D CUDDY VALLEY 168B FIGUEROA MTN 191A SANTIAGO CREEK 168C LAKE CACHUMA 191B BALLINGER CANYON 168D SAN MARCOS PASS 191C CUYAMA PEAK 169A LOS OLIVOS 191D APACHE CANYON 169B ZACA CREEK 192A CUYAMA 169C SOLVANG 192B NEW CUYAMA 169D SANTA YNEZ 192C SALISBURY POTRERO 170A LOS ALAMOS 192D FOX MOUNTAIN 170B LOMPOC 193A PEAK MOUNTAIN 170C LOMPOC HILLS 193B BATES CANYON 170D SANTA ROSA HILLS 193C BALD MOUNTAIN 171A SURF 193D HURRICANE DECK 171C POINT ARGUELLO 194A MANZANITA MTN. 171D TRANQUILLON MTN 194B TEPUSQUET CANYON 172B NEEDLES NW 194C FOXEN CANYON l 72C NEEDLES SW 194D ZACA LAKE 172D NEEDLES 195A TWITCHELL DAM 173 BANNOCK 195B SANTA MARIA 174 FENNER 195C ORCUTT 175 COLTON WELL 195D SISQUOC 176 FLYNN 196A GUADALUPE 177 KERENS 196B POINT SAL 178 BROADWELL LAKE 196C CASMALIA 179 CADY MOUNTAINS 196D MT. MANCHEER 180 NEWBERRY 198 HOMER MOUNTAIN 199 LANFAIR VALLEY 181B NEBO 200 MID HILLS )( a 181C DAGGETT 201 KELSO z Ill 182A BAROW 203 SODA LAKE a. 182B HINKLEY 204 CAVE MOUNTAIN a. 182C HODGE 205 ALVORD MOUNTAIN c 0 0) 181D MINNEOLA 202 OLD DAD MOUNTAIN

105 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE 206 LANE MOUNTAIN 233 CUDDLEBACK LAKE 207 OPAL MOUNTAIN 234A KLINKER MTN. 208 FREMONT PEAK 234B EL PASO PEAKS 209A BORON NE 234C JOHANNESBURG 209B BORON NW 234D RED MOUNTAIN 209C JOHANNE SBURG SW 235A GARLOCK 209D SADDLEBACK MTN. 235B SALTDALE NW 210A GALILEO HILL 235C CANT IL 210B CALIFORNIA CITY NORTH 235D SALTDALE SE 210C CALIFORNIA CITY SOUTH 236A DOVE SPRING 210D NORTH EDWARD S 236B PINYON MTN. 211A MOJAVE NE 236C CROSS MTN. 211B CACHE PEAK 236D CINCO 211C MOJAVE 237A CLARAV ILLE 211D SANBORN 237B PIUTE PEAK 212A TEHACHAPI NE 237C LORAINE 212B TEHACHAP I NORTH 237D EMERALD MTN. 212C TEHACHAP I SOUTH 238A BRECKENRIDGE MTN D MONOL ITH 238B MT. ADELAIDE 213A KEENE 238C BENA 213B BEAR MOUNTAIN 238D OILER PEAK 213C TEJON RANCH 239A RIO BRAVO RANCH 213D CUMMINGS MTN. 239B OIL CENTER 214A ARVIN 239C LAMONT 214B WEED PATCH 239D EDISON 214C METTLER 240A OILDALE 214D TEJON HILLS 240B ROSEDALE 215A CONNER 240C EVENS 215B MILLUX 240D GOSFORD 215C CONNER SW 241A RIO BRAVO 215D COAL OIL CANYON 241B BUTTONWILLOW 216A MOUTH OF KERN 241C EA ELK HILLS 216B TAFT 24 1D TUPMAN 216C MARICOPA 242A LO KERN 216D PENTLAND 242B BELRIDGE 217A FELLOWS 242C REWARD 217B PANORAMA HILLS 242D WE ELK HILLS 217C WELLS RANCH 243A CARNEROS ROCKS 217D ELKHORN HILLS 243B LAS YEGUAS RANCH 218A PAINTED ROCK 243C SIMMLER 218B CHIMINEAS RANCH 243D MC KITTRICK SUMMIT 218C TAYLOR CANYON 244A LA PANZA NE 218D CALIENTE MTN 244B LA PANZA RANCH 219A BRANCH MTN. 244C LA PANZA 219B LOS MACHOS HILLS 244D CALIFORNIA VALLEY 219C CHIMNEY CANYON 245A CAMATTA RANCH 219D MIRANDA PINE MTN. 245B WILSON CORNER 220A CALDWELL MESA 245C SANTA MARGARITA LAKE 220B TAR SPRING RIDGE 245D POZO SUMMIT 220C NIP OMO 246A SANTA MARGARITA 220D HUASNA PEAK 246B ATASCADERO 221A ARROYO GRANDE NE 246C SAN LU IS OBISPO 221B PISMO BEACH 246D LOPEZ MTN. 221D OCEANO 247A MORRO BAY NORTH 222A PORT SAN LUIS 247B CAYUC OS 223 SEARCHLIGHT 247D MORRO BAY SOUTH 224 CRESCENT PEAK 248 ROACH LAKE 225 IVANPAH 249 CLARK MTN 226 ME SCAL RANGE 250 KINGON PEAK (") 227 HALLORAN SPRING 251 SILURIAN HILLS >< 228 BAKER 252 AVAWATZ PASS i5 229 RED PAS S LAKE 253 LEACH LAKE z 230 TIEFORT MOUNTAINS 254 QUAIL MOUNTAINS Ill D. 231 GOLDONE LAKE 255 WINGATE PASS D. 232 PILOT KNOB 256A SEARLES LAKE II(,... a>

106 92 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE 256B WES TEND 274 HORSE THIEF SPRINGS 256C SPANGLER HILLS EA 275 TECOPA 256D CHRIMAS CANYON 276 SHOSHONE 257A LONE BUTTE 277 CONFIDENCE HILLS 257B RIDGECRE NORTH 278 WINGATE WASH 257C RIDGECRE SOUTH 279 MANLY PEAK 257D SPANGLER HILLS WE 280 TRON A 258A INYO KERN 281 MTN. SPRINGS CANYON 258B OWENS PEAK 282 LITTLE LAKE 258C FREEMAN JUNCTION 283 LAMONT PEAK 258D INYOKERN SE 284 KERNVILLE 259A WALKER PASS 285 CAL IFORNIA HOT SPRINGS 259B ONYX 286A GIBBON PEAK 259C CANE CANYON 286B FOUNTAIN SPRINGS 259D HORSE CANYON 286C QUINCY SCHOOL 260A WELDON 286D WHITE RIVER 260B LAKE ISABELLA NORTH 287A DUCOR 260C LAKE ISABELLA SOUTH 287B SAUSALITO SCHOOL 260D WOOLALF CREEK 287C DELANO EA 1 261A ALTA SIERRA 287D RICHGROVE 261B GLENNVILLE 288A PIXLEY 261C DEMOCRAT HOT SPRINGS 288B ALPAUGH 261D MIRACLE HOT SPRINGS 288C ALLENSWORTH 262A WOODY 288D DELANO WE 262B SAND CANYON 289A HACIENDA RANCH NE 262C KNOB HILL 289B HAC IENDA RANCH NW 262D PINE MOUNTAIN 289C LONE TREE WELL 263A DEEPWELL RANCH 289D HACIENDA RANCH 263B MCFARLAND 290A DUDLEY RIDGE 263C FAMOSO 290B LOS VIEJOS 263D NORTH OF OILDALE 290C AVENAL GAP 264A POND 290D WE CAMP 264B WASCO NW 291A KETTLEMAN PLAIN 264C WASCO SW 291B GARZA PEAK 264D WASCO 291C TENT HILLS 265A LO HILLS NE 291D PYRAMID HILLS 265B LO HILLS NW 292A THE DARK HOLE 265C LO HILLS 292B PARKF IELD 265D SEMITROPIC 292C CHOLAME HILLS 266A ANTELOPE PLAIN 292D CHOLAME VALLEY 266B EMIGRANT HILL 293A OCKDALE MOUNTAIN 266C SHALE POINT 293B VALLETON 266D BLACKWELLS CORNER 293C SAN MIGUEL 267A SAWTOOTH RIDGE 293D RANCHITO CANYON 267B ORCHARD PEAK 294A WUNPO 267C HOLLAND CANYON 294B HAMES VALLEY 267D PACKWOOD CREEK 294C TIERRA RECONDA MTN 268A CHO LAME 294D BRADLEY 268B SHAND ON 295A WILLIAMS HILL 268C SHEDD CANYON 295B JOLON 268D CAMATTA CANYON 295C BURNETT PEAK 269A ERALLA 295D BRY SON 269B PASO ROBLES 296A ALDER PEAK 269C TEMPLETON 296B CAPE SAN MARTIN 269D CREON 296C VILLA CREEK 270A ADELAIDA 296D BURRO MOUNTAIN 270B LIME MOUNTAIN 297 PAHRUMP 270C CYPRESS MOUNTAIN 298 EWART VALLEY Cf) 270D YORK MOUNTAIN 299 EAGLE MOUNTAIN >< 271A PEBBLES TONE SHUT-IN 300 FUNERAL PEAK - a 271B SAN SIMEON 301 BENNETTS WELL z 271C PICO CREEK 302 TELESCOPE PEAK w 271D CAMBRIA 303 NATURANGO PEAK A. 272A PIEDRAS BLANCAS 304 COSO PEAK A. c N en 273 SHENANDOAH PEAK 305 HAIWEE RESERVOIR j

107 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE 306 MONACHE MTN. 333C EXETER 307 HOCKETT PEAK 333D ROCKY HILL 308 CAMP NELSON 334A MONSON 309A SPRINGVILLE 334B TRAVER 309B FRAZ IER VALLEY 334C GOSHEN 309C SUCCESS DAM 334D VISALIA 309D GLOBE 335A BURRIS PARK 310A LINDSAY 335B LATON 310B CAIRNS CORNER 335C HANFORD 310C WOODVILLE 335D REMNOY 310D PORTERVILLE 336A RIVERDALE 311A TULARE 336B BURREL 311B PAIGE 336C VANGARD 311C TAYLOR WEIR 336D LEMOORE 311D TIPTON 337A FIVE POINTS 312A WA UKENA 337B WESIDE 312B GUERNSEY 337C HARR IS RANCH 312C EL RICO RANCH 337D CAL FLAX 312D CORCORAN 338A TRES PICOS FARMS 313A RATFORD 338B LILLIS RANCH 313B WEHAVEN 338C JOAQU IN ROCKS 313C KETTLEMAN CITY 338D DOMENG INE RANCH 313D RATFORD SE 339A CIERVO MTN. 314A HURON 339B IDRIA 314B GUIJARRAL HILLS 339C SAN BENITO MTN. 314C AVENAL 339D SANTA RITA PEAK 314D LA CIMA 340A HERNANDEZ RESERVO IR 315A COALINGA 340B ROCK SPRING PEAK 315B ALCALDE HILLS 340C LO NOAK 315C CURRY MOUNTAIN 340D HEPSEDAM PEAK 315D KREYENHAGEN HILLS 34 1 GREENFIELD 316A SHERMAN PEAK 341A TOPO VALLEY 316B PRIE VALLEY 341B NORTH CHALONE PEAK 316C SLACK CANYON 341C GREENFIELD 316D SMITH MTN. 34 ld PINALITO CANYON 317A MONARCH PEAK 342A SOLEDAD 317B NATTRASS VALLEY 342B PALO ESCRITO PEAK 317C SAN ARDO 342C SYCAMORE FLAT 317D PANCHO RICO VALLEY 342D PARAISO SPRINGS 318A SAN LUCAS 343A RANA CREEK 318B THOMPSON CANYON 343B CARMEL VALLEY 318C COSIO KNOB 343C VENTANA CONES 318D ESPINOSA CANYON 343D CHEWS RIDGE 319A RELIZ CANYON 344A MOUNT CARMEL 319B JUNIPERO SERRA PEAK 344B SOBERANESS POINT 319C CONE PEAK 344C POINT SUR 319D BEAR CANYON 344D BIG SUR 320A TASSAJARA HOT SPGS 345 BIG DUNE 320B PARTINGTON RIDGE 346 CHLORIDE CLIFF 320D LOPEZ POINT 34 7 OVEP IPE WELLS 320E PFEIFFER POINT 348 MARBLE CANYON 321C HIGH PEAK 349 UBEHEBE PEAK 322 ASH MEADOWS 350 NEW YORK BUTTE 323 RYAN 35 1 LONE PINE 324 FURNACE CREEK 352 MOUNT WHITNEY 325 EMIGRANT CANYON 353 TRIPLE DIVIDE PEAK 326 PANAMINT BUTTE 354 GIANT FORE 327 DARWIN 355A MIRAMONTE 328 KEELER 355B TUCKER MTN. 329 OLAN CHA 355C OKES MOUNTAIN 330 KERN PEAK >< 355D AUCKLAND MINERAL KING 356A ORANGE COVE NORTH Cl 332 KAWEAH z 356B WAHTOKE Ill 333A WOODLAKE 356C REEDLEY A. 333B IVANHOE 356D ORANGE COVE SOUTH A. c M CJ) C")

108 94 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE 357A SANGER 381A FIREBAUGH NE 357B MALAGA 38 1B POSO FARM 357C CONEJO 381C FIREBAUGH 357D SELMA 381D MENDOTA DAM 358A FRESNO SOUTH 382A OXALIS 358B KEARNEY PARK 382E DOS PALOS 358C RAISIN 382C HAMMOND RANCH 358D CARUTHERS 382D BROADVIEW FARMS 359A KERMAN 383A CHARLEON SCHOOL 359B JAMESAN 383B ORTIGALITA PEAK NW 359C SAN JOAQUIN 383C ORTIGALITA PEAK 359D HELM 383D LAGUNA SECA RANCH 360A TRANQUILLITY 384A LOS BANOS VALLEY 360B COIT RANCH 384B MARIPOSA PEAK 360C LEVIS 384C QUIEN SABE VALLEY 360D CANTUA CREEK 384D RUBY CANYON 361A CHANEY RANCH 385A THREE SIERS 361B CHOUNET RANCH 385B SAN FELIPE I, 361C TUMEY HILLS 385C HOLLIER 361D MONOCLINE RIDGE 385D TRES PINOS 362A MERCEY HOT SPRINGS 386A CHITTENDEN 362B CERRO COLORADO 386B WATSONVILLE EA i 362C LLANADA 386C PRUNED ALE I 362D PANOCHE 386D SAN JUAN BAUTIA 363A PANOCHE PASS 387A WAT SONVILLE WE 363B CHERRY PEAK 387B SOQUEL 363C BICKMORE CANYON 387D MO SS LAND ING 363D SAN BENITO 387E SANTA CRUZ 364A PAICINES 388C BONNIE CLAIRE SW 364B MT. HARLAN 389 UBEHEBE CRATER 364C GONZALES 390 LA CHANCE RANGE 364D MT. JOHNSON WAUCOBA SPRING 1 365A NATIVIDAD 392 WAUCOBA MOUNTAIN 365B SALINAS 393 BIG PINE 365C SPRECKELS 394 MOUNT GODDARD 365D CHU ALAR BLACKCAP MOUNTAIN 366A MARINA 396 HUNTINGTON LAKE 366C MONTEREY 397 SHAVER LAKE 366D SEASIDE 398A NORTH FORK 36 7 BULLFROG 398B O'NEALS 368 GRAPEVINE PEAK 398C MILLERTON LAKE WE 369 TIN MOUNTAIN 398D MILLERTON LAKE EA 370 DRY MOUNTAIN 399A KNOWLES 371 WAUCOBA WASH 399B RAYMOND 372 INDEPENDENCE 399C DAULTON 373 MOUNT PINCHOT 399D LITTLE TABLE MTN. 374 MARION PEAK 400A RAYNOR CREEK 375 TEHIP ITE DOME 400B LE GRAND 376 PATTERSON MOUNTAIN 400C BERENDA 377A TRIMMER 400D KISMET 377B HUMPHREYS ATION 401A PLAINS BURG 377C PIEDRA 401B EL NIDO 377D PINE FLAT DAM 401C BLISS RANCH 378A ACADEMY 401D CHOWCHILLA 378B FRIANT 402A SANDY MUSH 378C CLOVIS 402B TURNER RANCH 378D ROUND MOUNTAIN 402C DELTA RANCH 379A LANES BRIDGE 402D SANTA RITA BRIDGE Cl) 379B GREGG 403A SAN LUIS RANCH ->< 379C HERNDON 403B INGOMAR Cl 379D FRESNO NORTH 403C VOLTA z 380A MADERA 403D LOS BANOS Ill 380B BONITA RANCH 404A HOWARD RANCH A. A. 380C GRAVELLY FORD 404B CREVISON PEAK c 380D BIOLA 404C PACHECO PASS.::I' CJ) f j l J '

109 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE 404D SAN LUIS DAM 428A MOUNTAIN VIEW 405A MUANG PEAK 428B PALO ALTO 405B MISSISSIPPI CREEK 428C MINDEGO HILL 405C GILROY HOT SPRINGS 428D CUPERTINO 405D PACHECO PEAK 429A WOOD SIDE 406A MOUNT SIZER 429B HALF MOON BAY 406B MORGAN HILL 429C SAN GREGORIO 406C MOUNT MADONNA 429D LA HONDA 406D GILROY 430 PIPER PEAK 407A SANTA TERESA HILLS 431 MT. BARCROFT 407B LOS GATOS 432 WHITE MOUNTAIN 407C LAUREL 433 CASA DIABLO MOUNTAIN 407D LOMA PRIETA 434 MOUNT MORRISON 408A CALE ROCK RIDGE 435 DEVILS POPILE 408B BIG BASIN 436 MERCED PEAK 408C DAVENPORT 437 YOSEMITE 408D FELTON 438A EL PORTAL 409A FRANKLIN POINT 438B KINSLEY 409B PIGEON POINT 438C FELICIANA MOUNTAIN 409D ANO NUEVO 438D BUCKINGHAM MTN 410 MAGRUDER MTN. 439A BUCKHORN PEAK 411 SOLDIER PASS 439B COULTERVILLE 412 BLANCO MOUNTAIN 439C HORNITOS 413 BISHOP 439D BEAR VALLEY 414 MOUNT TOM 440A PENON BLANCO PEAK 415 MOUNT ABBOT 440B LA GRANGE 416 KAISER PEAK 440C SNELLING 417 SHUTEYE PEAK 440D MERCED FALLS 418 BASS LAKE 441A COOPEROWN 419A UMPFIELD MOUNTAIN 44 1B PAULSELL 419B MARIPOSA 441C MONTPELIER 419C BEN HUR 441D TURLOCK LAKE 419D HORSECAMP MOUNTAIN 442A WATERFORD 420A CHATHEYS VALLEY 442B RIVERBANK 420B INDIAN GULCH 442C CERES 420C OWENS RESERVOIR 442D DENA IR 420D ILLINOIS HILL 443A SALIDA 421A HAYACK MOUNTAIN 443B RIPON 421B YOSEMITE LAKE 443C WELEY 421C MERCED 443D BRUSH LAKE 421D PLAN ADA 444A VERNALIS 422A WINTON 444B TRACY 422B CRESSEY 444C LONE TREE CREEK 422C ARENA 444D SOL YO 422D ATWATER 445A MIDWAY 423A TURLOCK 445B ALTAMONT 423B HATCH 445C MENDENHALL SPRINGS 423C GUINE 445D CEDAR MOUNTAIN 423D EVINSON 446A LIVERMORE 424A CROWS LANDING 446B DUBLIN 424B PATTERSON 446C NILES 424C OREIMBA PEAK 446D LA COA VALLEY 424D NEWMAN 447A HAYWARD 425A COPPER MTN 447B SAN LEANDRO 425B MOUNT BOARDMAN 447C REDWOOD POINT 425C MOUNT AKES 447D NEWARK 425D WILCOX RIDGE 448A HUNTERS POINT 426A EYLAR MOUNTAIN 448B SAN FRANCISCO SOUTH 426B MOUNT DAY 448C MONTARA MOUNTAIN C"') 426C LICK OBSERVATORY 448D SAN MATEO 426D ISABEL VALLEY 449 DAVIS MOUNTAIN >< 427A CALAVERAS RESERVOIR 450 BENTON z 427B MILPITAS 451 GLASS MOUNTAIN Ill 427C SAN JOSE WE 452 COWTRACK MTN. A. 427D SAN JOSE EA A. 453 MONO CRATERS c i5 II) en

110 96 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE 454 TUOLUMNE MEADOWS 477D JENNY LIND 455 HETCH HETCHY RES 478A CLEMENTS 456 LAKE ELEANOR 478B LOCKEFORD 457A DUCKWALL MOUNTAIN 471lC WATERLOO 457B TUOLUMNE 478D LINDEN 457C GROVELAND 47YA LODI NORTH 457D JAWBONE RIDGE 479B NEW HOPE 458A ANDARD 479C TERMINOUS 458B SONORA 479D LODI SOUTH 458C CHINESE CAMP 480A ISLETON 458D MOCCASIN 480B RIO VIA 459A MELONES DAM 480C JERSEY ISLAND 459B COPPEROPOLIS 480D BOULDIN ISLAND 459C KNIGHTS FERRY 481A BIRDS LANDING 459D KEYONE 481B DENVERTON 460A BACHELOR VALLEY 481C HONKER BAY 460B FARMINGTON 481D ANTIOCH NORTH 460C ESCALON 482A FAIRFIELD SOUTH 460D OAKDALE 482B CORDELIA 461A PETERS 482C BENICIA 461B OCKTON EA 482D PORT CHICAGO 461C MANTECA 483A CUTTINGS WHARF 461D AVENA 483B SEARS POINT 462A OCKTON WE 483C PETALUMA POINT 462B HOLT 483D MARE ISLAND 462C UNION ISLAND 484A PETALUMA RIVER 462D LATHROP 484B PETALUMA 463A WOODWARD ISLAND 484C SAN GERONIMO 463B BRENTWOOD 484D NOVATO j 463C BYRON HOT SPRINGS 485A POINT REYES NE j 463D BETHANY 485B TOMALES i 464A ANTIOCH SOUTH 485C DRAKES BAY 464B CLAYTON 485D INVERNESS 464C DIABLO 486 AURORA 464D TAS SAJARA 487 BRIDGEPORT 465A WALNUT CREEK 488 FALES HOT SPRINGS 465B BRIONES VALLEY 488B CHRIS FLAT 465C OAKLAND EA 488C FALES HOT SPRINGS 1 465D LAS TRAMPAS RIDGE 489 SONDRA PASS 1 466A RICHMOND 489A LO CANNON PEAK 466B SAN QUENTIN 489D PICKEL MEADOW 466C SAN FRANC ISCO NORTH 490 DARDANELLES CONE, 466D OAKLAND WE 491 BIG MEADOW 467A SAN RAFAEL 492 BLUE MOUNTAIN 467B BOLINAS 494A WE POINT 467C POINT BONITA 493B PINE GROVE 467D DOUBLE POINT 493C MOKELUMNE HILL 468 HUNTOON VALLEY 493D RAIL ROAD FLAT 469 TRENCH CANYON 494A AMADOR CITY 470 BODIE 494B IRISH HILL 471 MATTERHORN PEAK 494C IONE 472 TOWER PEAK 494D JACKSON 473 PINECRE 495A CARBONDALE 474 LONG BARN 495B SLOUGHHOUSE 475A ANISLAUS 495C CLAY 475B MURPHYS 495D GOOSE CREEK 475C COLUMBIA 496A ELK GROVE C") 475D COLUMBIA SE 496B FLORIN 476A CALAVERITAS 496C BRUCEVILLE >< - 476B SAN ANDREAS 496D GALT a 476C SALT SPRING VALLEY 497A CLARKSBURG z 476D ANGLES CAMP 497B SAXON Ill 477A VALLEY SPRINGS 497C LIBERTY ISLAND a. a. 477B WALLACE 497D COURTLAND c 477C VALLEY SPRINGS SW 498A DIXON <O en J

111 APPENDIX 3 97 ls 7.S QUADRANGLE ls 7.S QUADRANGLE 498B ALLENDALE Sl 7D CALIOGA 498C ELMIRA Sl8A JIMTOWN 498D DOZIER Sl8B GEY SERVILLE 499A 499B MOUNT VACA CAPELL VALLEY Sl8C Sl8D GUERNEVILLE HEALDSBURG 499C MOUNT GEORGE Sl9A SKAGGS SPRINGS 499D FAIRFIELD NORTH Sl9B TOMBS CREEK SOOA YOUNTVILLE Sl9C FORT RO SS SOOB sooc SOOD RUTHERFORD SONOMA NAPA Sl9D 520A S20B CAZADERO ANNAPOLIS EWARTS POINT SOlA KENWOOD S20D PLANTATION SOlB SANTA ROSA 521 MOUNT SIEGAL SO lc COTATI S22 FREEL PEAK SOlD GLEN ELLEN S22A MINDEN S02A SEBAOPOL S22B SOUTH LAKE TAHOE S02B CAMP MEEKER S22C FREEL PEAK S02C VALLEY FORD 523A EMERALD BAY 502D TWO ROCK 523B ROCKBOUND VALLEY S03A DUNCANS MILLS 523C PYRAMID PEAK S03B ARCHED ROCK S23D ECHO LAKE S03D BODEGA HEAD S24A LOON LAKE S04 DESERT CREEK PEAK S24B ROBBS PEAK sos TOPAZ LAKE S24C RIVERTON S06 MARKLEEVILLE S24D KYBURZ 507 SILVER LAKE SZSA DEVIL PEAK SOSA LEEK SPRING HILL 525B TUNNEL HILL S08B UMP SPRING 52SC SLATE MOUNTAIN S08C CALADOR S2SD EOLLOCK PINES S08D PEDDLER HILL S26A GEORGETOWN S09A SLY PARK S26B GREENWOOD S09B CAMINO S26C COLOMA S09C AUKUM S26D GARDEN VALLEY S09D OMO RANCH S27A AUBURN 510A PLACERVILLE S27B GOLD HILL SlOB SHINGLE SPRINGS S27C ROCKLIN SlOC LATROBE S27D PILOT HILL SlOD FIDDLETOWN S28A LINCOLN 511A CLARKSVILLE 528B SHERIDAN SllB FOLSOM S28C PLEASANT GROVE SllC BUFFALO CREEK S28D ROSEVILLE SllD FOLSOM SE S29A NICOLAUS Sl2A CITRUS HEIGHTS S29B SUTTER CAUSEWAY Sl2B RIO LINDA S29C KNIGHTS LANDING 512C SACRAMENTO EA S29D VERONA Sl2D CARMICHAEL S30A KIRKVILLE Sl3A TAYLOR MONUMENT S30B DUNNIGAN Sl3B GRAYS BEND S30C ZAMORA Sl3C DAVIS S30D ELDORADO BEND Sl3D &A CRAMENTO WE S31A WILDWOOD SCHOOL Sl4A WOODLAND S31B RUMSEY Sl4B MAD ISON S31C GU INDA Sl4C WINTERS S31D BIRD VALLEY Sl4D MERRITT S32A GLASCOCK MTN. SlSA ESPARTO S32B WILSON VALLEY SlSB BROOKS S32C JERICHO VALLEY SlSC LAKE BERRYESSA S32D KNOXVILLE SlSD MONTICELLO DAM S33A LOWER LAKE Sl6A WALTER SPRINGS S33B CLEARLAKE HIGHLANDS (I) Sl6B AETNA SPRINGS S33C WHISPERING PINES >< Sl6C. HELENA S33D MIDDLETOWN a 516D CHILES VALLEY 534A KELSEYVILLE z Sl 7A DETERT RESERVO IR S34B HIGHLAND SPRINGS Ill a. Sl7B MOUNT. HELENA S34C A! a. Sl7C MARK WE SPRINGS 534D THE GEYSERS c.. Q)

112 98 APPENDIX 3 ls 7.S QUADRANGLE ls 7.S QUADRANGLE 53S HOP LAND SSS DONNER PAS S 535A HOPLAND sssc SODA SPRINGS 535B CLOVERDALE SSSD NORDEN S36 ORNBAUN VALLEY SS6 EMIGRANT GAP S37 POINT ARENA SS6C BLUE CANYON S37B POINT ARENA SS6D CISCO GROVE S37C SAUNDERS REEF 557A ALLEGHANY 537D GUALALA S57B PIKE 538A KINGS BEACH 5S7C NORTH BLOOMFIELD S38B TAHOE CITY S57D WASHINGTON S38C HOMEWOOD 5S8A CAMP TO NV ILLE S38D MEEKS BAY 5S8B CHALLENGE S39A GRANITE CHIEF SS8C FRENCH CORRAL 539B ROYAL GORGE SS8D NEVADA CITY S39C BUNKER HILL 559A RACKERBY S39D WENTWORTH SPRINGS 5S9B BANGOR 540A DUNCAN PEAK SS9C LOMA RICA 540B WEVILLE 5S9D OREGON HOUSE S40C MICHIGAN BLUFF 560A PALERMO S40D GREEK ORE S60B BIGGS 541A DUTCH FLAT S60C GRIDLEY S4 1B CHICAGO PARK S60D HON CUT S41C COLFAX S61A WE OF BIGGS I S41D FORE HILL S61B BUTTE CITY S42A GRAS S VALLEY 561C SANBORN SLOUGH 1 542B ROUGH AND READY S61D PENNINGTON S42C WOLF 562A PRINCETON S42D LAKE COMBIE 562B LOG ANDALE S43A SMARTVILLE S62C MAXWELL S43B BROWNS VALLEY S62D MOULTON WEIR 543C WHEATLAND 563 LO DO GA 543D CAMP FAR WE S63A LOGAN RIDGE S44A YUBA CITY S63D SITES 544B SUTTER S64A ONYFORD 544C GILSIZER SLOUGH 564B SAINT JOHN MTN. S44D OLIVEHUR S64C FOUTS SPRINGS S45A SUTTER BUTTES 564D GILMORE PEAK S45B MERIDIAN 56SA CROCKETT PEAK 54SC FRIMES 565B LAKE PILLSBURY S45D TISDALE WEIR 56SC ELK MOUNTAIN 546A COLUSA 565D POTATO HILL S46B WILLIAMS 566 POTTER VALLEY 546C CORTINA CREEK 566C REDWOOD VALLEY S46D ARBUCKLE S66D POTTER VALLEY 54 7 WILBUR SPRINGS S67 WILLITS S47A MANOR SLOUGH S68 COMPTSCHE S48 CLEARLAKE OAKS 569A FORT BRAGG S48C CLEARLAKE OAKS 569D MENDOCINO S49A BARTLETT MTN S70 LOYALTON S49B UPPER LAKE 5 71 SIERRAVILLE S49C LAKEPORT S72 SIERRA CITY 549D LUCERNE 573A MOUNT FILLMORE SSOA COW MOUNTAIN 573B LA PORTE 550B UKIAH S73C GOODYEARS BAR ssoc ELLEDGE PEAK 573D DOWNIEVILLE S50D PURDYS GARDENS 574A AMERICAN HOUSE C'? BOONVILLE S74B CASCADE NAVARRO 574C CLIPPER MILLS >< 5S2B ELK 574D RAWBERRY VALLEY a z S52C MALLO PASS CREEK S7SA BRUSH CREEK Ill S53A ALBION S7SB BERRY CREEK A. S54 TRUCKEE S7SC OROVILLE DAM A. cc co en SS4A BOCA 57SD FORBES TOWN SS4B TRUCKEE S76A CHEROKEE SS4C MARTIS PEAK S76B HAMLIN CANYON j 1 1 j j

113 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE 576C SHIPPEE 596A PASKENTA 576D OROVILLE 596B RILEY RIDGE 577A CHICO 596C HALL RIDGE 577B ORD FERRY 596D NEWVILLE 577C LLANO SECO 597A BALL MOUNTAIN 577D NELSON 597B BUCK ROCK 578A HAMILTON CITY 597C MENDOCINO PASS 578B ORLAND 597D LOG SPRING 578C WILLOWS 598A LEECH LAKE MTN. 578D GLENN 598B BLUENOSE RIDGE 579A FRUTO NE 598C COVELO EA 579B JULIAN ROCKS 598D NEWHOUSE RIDGE 579C FRUTO 599A MINA 579D ONE VALLEY 599B UPDEGRAFF RIDGE 580A CHROME 599C IRON PEAK SSOB ALDER SPRINGS 599D COVELO WE 580C FELKNER HILL 600A BELL SPRINGS 580D ELK CREEK 600B NOBLE BUTTE 581A PLASKETT MEADOWS 600C LEGGETT 581B PLASKETT RIDGE 600D TAN OAK PARK 581C HULL MOUNTAIN 601A PIERCY 581D KNEECAP RIDGE 601B BEAR HARBOR 582A THATCHER RIDGE 601C MIAKE POINT 582A THATCHER RIDGE 601D HALES GROVE 582B JAMISON RIDGE 602 DOYLE 582C BRUSHY MTN. 603 MILFORD 582D SANHEDRIN MTN. 604A ANTELOPE LAKE 583A DOS RIOS 604B KETTLE ROCK 583B LAYTONVILLE 604C GENESEE VALLEY 583C LONGVALE 604D BABCOCK PEAK 583D WILLIS RIDGE 605 GREENV ILLE 584A CAHTO PEAK 606 ALMAN OR 584B LINCOLN RIDGE 607 JONESVILLE 584C DUTCHMANS KNOLL 608 BUTTE MEADOWS 584D SHERWOOD PEAK 609 PANTHER SPRING 585A WEPORT 610A TUSCAN SPRINGS 585D INGLENOOK 610B RED BLUFF EA 586 CHILCOOT 610C GERBER 587A DIXIE MTN. 610D LOS MOLINOS 587B CROCKER MTN. 611A RED BLUFF WE 587C PORTOLA 611B BLOSSOM 587D RECONNAISSANCE PEAK 611C RED BANK 588A GRIZZLY VALLEY 611D WE OF GERBER 588B MT. INGALLS 612A OXBOW BRIDGE 588C JOHNSVILLE 612B COLD FORK 588D BLAIRSDEN 612C RAGLIN RIDGE 589A SPRING GARDEN 612D LOWREY 589B QUINCY 613 YOLLA BOLLY 589C ONION VALLEY 614 BLACK ROCK MOUNTAIN 589D BLUE NOSE MOUNTAIN 615A SHANNON BUTTE 590 BUCKS LAKE 615B ZENIA 591 PULGA 615C LAKE MOUNTAIN 592 PARADISE 615D LONG RIDGE 593A CAMP BELL MOUND 616A ALDERPOINT 593B RICHARDSON SPGS NW 616B FORT SEWARD 593C NORD 616C HARR IS 593D RICHARDSON SPRINGS 616D JEWETT ROCK 594A VINA 617A MIRANDA 594B CORNING 617B ETTERS BURG (') 594C KIRKWOOD 617C BR ICELAND >< 594D FOER ISLAND 617D GARB ERV ILLE 595A HENLEYVILLE 618A HONEYDEW z 595B FLOURNOY 618B SHUBRICK PEAK UI 595C SEHORN CREEK 618D SHELTER COVE a. a. 595D BLACK BUTTE DAM 619A COOSKIE CREEK - Cll -c 0) 0)

114 100 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE 620 WENDEL 659 HAYDEN HILL 621 LITCHFIELD 660 LITTLE VALLEY 621C ANDISH 661 JELLICO 622 SUSANVILLE 662 BURNEY 622C DIAMOND MTN. 663 MONTGOMERY CREEK 622D JANESVILLE 664 BOLLIBOKKA MOUNTAIN 623 WEWOOD 665 LAMOINE 624 CHEER 666 SCHELL MOUNTAIN 625 MOUNT HARKNESS 667 TRINITY DAM 626 LASSEN PEAK 668 HELENA 627 MANTON 669 IRONSIDE MOUNTAIN 628A TUSCAN BUTTES NE 670 WILLOW CREEK 628B BALLS FERRY 671 BLUE LAKE 628C BEND 672A ARCATA NORTH 628D DALES 672B TYEE CITY 629A COTTONWOOD 672C EUREKA 629B OLINDA 672D ARCATA SOUTH 629C MITCHELL GULCH 673A SNAKE LAKE 629D HOOKER 673B EMERSON PEAK 630 ONO 673C BOOT LAKE 631 CHANCELLOR PEAK 673D LITTLE HAT MTN 632 DUBAKELLA MOUNTAIN 674A JESS VALLEY 633 PICKETT PEAK 674B TULE MOUNTAIN ' 634 BLOCKS BURG 674C MADELINE 634C BLOCKS BURG 674D COLD SPRING MTN. 635A BRIDGEVILLE 675 LIKELY I 635B REDCRE 676 ADIN l 635C WE OTT 677 BIEBER 635D MYERS FLAT 678 FALL RIVER MILLS 636A SCOTIA 679 PONDOSA 636B TAYLOR PEAK 680 BIG BEND 636C BUCKEYE MTN. 681 SHOEINHORSE MOUNTAIN 636D BULL CREEK 682 DUNSMUIR 637A CAPETOWN 683 BONANZA KING 637B CAPE MENDOCINO 684 COFFEE CREEK 637C PETROLIA 685 CECIL VILLE I SHINN MOUNTAIN 686 SALMON MOUNTAIN 639 KAR LO 687 HOOP A 640 FREDONYER PEAK 688 COYOTE PEAK 641 ANTELOPE MOUNTAIN 689A RODGERS PEAK 642 HARVEY MOUNTAIN 689C TRINIDAD 643 PROSPECT PEAK 689D CRANNELL 644 MANZANITA LAKE 690A HAN SEN ISLAND 645 WHITMORE 690B WARREN PEAK 646 MILLVILLE 690C EAGLE PEAK 646B BELLA VIA 690D EAGLEVILLE 646C PALO CEDRO 691A SHIELDS CREEK 647A PROJECT CITY 691B DORRIS RESERVO IR 647B SHAA DAM 691C LITTLE JUNIPER RES. 647C REDD ING 691D SOUP CREEK 647D ENTERPRISE 692 ALTURAS l 648 FRENCH GULCH 693 CANBY 649 WEAVERVILLE 694 CRANK MOUNTAIN 650 HAYFORK 695 WHITE HORSE 651 HYAMPOM 696 HAMBONE 652 PILOT CREEK 697 BARTLE 653 IAQUA BUTTES 698 SHAA 654 FORTUNA 699 WEED M 654B FIELDS LANDING 700 CHINA MOUNTAIN >< - 654C FORTUNA 701 ETNA Q 655A CANNIBAL ISLAND 702 SAWYERS BAR i i I i J J z 655D FERNDALE 703 FORKS OF SALMON Ill a OBSERVAT ION PEAK 704 ORLEANS a RAVENDALE 705 TECTAH CREEK c 658 GRASSHOPPER VALLEY 706A FERN CANYON 0,..

115 APPENDIX QUADRANGLE QUADRANGLE 706D ORICK 724 FORT BIDWELL 707 CEDARVILLE 725 WILLOW RANCH 708 DAVIS CREEK 726 SOUTH MOUNTAIN 709 BIG SAGE RESERVOIR 727 EELE SWAMP 710 JACKS BUTTE 711 HACKAMORE 712 TIMBER MOUNTAIN BRAY MED ICINE LAKE CLEAR LAKE RESERVOIR TULELAKE MOUNT DOME DORRIS MACDOEL 715 THE WHALEBACK YREKA DWINNELL RESERVOIR COPCO HORNBROOK CONDREY MOUNTAIN 718 FORT JONES SCOTT BAR UKONOM LAKE 721 DILLON MOUNTAIN 7 22 SHIP MOUNTAIN A SEIAD VALLEY HAPPY CAMP PREON PEAK GASQUET HIGH DIVIDE 723A 723B CHILDS HILL SIER ROCKS 740B 740C SMITH RIVER CRESCENT CITY 723D REQUA 740D HI OUCHI C? >< c z Ill a. a. cc,.. 0,..

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119 INDEX INDEX 105 AB I ES amabilis, 68 bracteata, 44 lasiocarpa, 68 ABRON IA alpina, 6 ACACIA sma llii, 68 ACALYPHA cal ifornica, 81 ACANTHOM INTl-IA ilicifolia, 6 lanceo lata, 44 obovata duttonii, 6 obovata, 44 ADOLPl-IIA ca l ifornica, 68 AGAACHE parvifolia, 81 AGAVE shawii, 68 utahensis eborispina, 68 nevadensis, 44 AGRO PYRON scribneri, 68 AGROIS ari st iglumis, 6 blasdalei blasdalei, 6 marinensis, 6 clivicola clivicola, 6 punta-reyensis, 6 hendersonii, 84 hooveri, 44 humilis, 68 microphylla hendersonii, 6 ALLI UM anserinum, 81 davisiae, 81 fimbriatum munz ii, 44 purdyi, 44 sharsmithae, 44 hickmanii, 6 hoffmanii, 6 howel lii clokeyi, 44 membranaceum, 81 monticola, 84 kecki i, 44 parishii, 44 sanborn ii tuolumnense, 6 siskiyouense, 68 yo semitense, 6 ALOPECURUS aequa lis sonomensis, 6 AMBROSIA chenopodiifol ia, 6B pumila, 6 AMl>IOBRmll\ sonorae, 6 AMS INC KIA grandiflora, 6 lunarus, 44 spectabil is microcarpa, 81 vernicosa furcata, 44 AN flroephium breviflorum, 68 ANGELICA callii, 44 AN TENNARIA racemosa _, 81 suffrut escens, 44 ANTIRRHINUM cyathiferum, 68 fi lipes, 81 ovatum, 44 subcordatum, 6 virga, 44 APHAN I SMA blitoides, 6 ARAB IS aculeolata, 6 blepharophylla, 44 breweri austinae, 44 pecuniaria, 7 cobrensis, 68 constancei, 7 fernadl iana styl osa, 45 hoffmann ii, 7 john stonii, 7 lignifera, 68 macdonald iana, 7 microphylla, 45 mod esta, 7 oregana, 68 pari shi i, 45 pygmaea, 45 rigidissima, 45 serpentini co la, 7 shockleyi, 68 ARCTOMECON merriamii, 68 ARCTOAPHYLOS acut ifolia, 81 andersonii, 81 auricu lata, 7 bakeri, 7 cat al inae, 7 cinerea, 81 confert iflora, 81 cruzensis, 7 densi flora, 7 edmundsii edmundsii, 7 parvifolia, 7 elegans, 81 franc iscana, 84 glandulosa cra ssifolia, 81 glut inosa, 7 hearstiorum, 84 hispidul a, 45 hookeri franc iscana, 2 hearst iorum, 7 hookeri, 81 ravenii, 7 hooveri, 45 imbricata, 7 insulari s, 81 int ricata intricata, 81 oblongifolia, 81 luc i ana, 7 maporyi, 81 manzanita roofi i, 81 ARCTOAPl-IYLOS (Cont.) montana, 7 montaraensis, 7 montereyensis, 8 morroensis, 8 myrtifolia, 8 nissenana, 45 obispoensis, 45 otayensis, 8 pacifica, 8 paj aroensis, 45 pallida, 8 parvifolia, 81 pechoensis, 45 peninsularis, 68 pilosula pi losula, 8 p ismoen sis, 45 pumila, S pur issima, 81 refugioens is, 8 roofii, 84 ru dis, 8 silvicola, 8 stanford iana hispidulum, 84 repens, 81 tomentosa insul icola, 45 subcordata, 45 virgata, 8 ARENAR IA howellii, 45 macradenia kuschei, 8 procumbens, 8 rosei, 8 ursina, 8 ARGEMONE mun ita robusta, 8 ARN I CA cernua, 45 spathulata spathulata, 45 tomentel la, 69 venosa, 8 viscosa, 8 ARTEM IS IA can a bolanderi, 81 palmeri, 69 ASCLEPIAS cryptoceras crypt oceras, 69 solanoana, 45 ASPLENIUM septentrionale, 69 vespert inum, 81 viride, 69 AER brickellioides brickel lioides, 69 chilensis lentus, 9 greatai, 45 peirsonii, 81 ARAGALUS agnicidus, 2 albens, 46 argophyllus argophyllus, 69 atratus mensanus, 46 )( IU a z II) Q,...

120 106 INDEX >< w Q z CD 0,... ARAGALUS (cont.) austinae, 81 bicristatus, 46 brauntonii, 9 breweri, 46 californicus, 81 cimae cimae, 9 sufflatus, 81 clarianus, 9 clevelandii, 46 congdonii, 81 crotalariae, 46 deanei, 9 funereus, 9 geyeri geyeri, 69 gilmanii, 46 insular is harwoodii, 69 inversus, 46 inyoensis, 81 jaegerianus, 9 johannis-howel lii, 9 kentrophyta danaus, 46 elatus, 69 lentiformis, 69 lentiginosus borreganus, 69 kernensis, 69 micans, 9 piscinensis, 9 semotus, 81 sesquimetralis, 9 leucolobus, 46 macrodon, 46 magdalenae peirsonii, 9 miguelensis, 46 mohavens is hemigyrus, 81 monoens is, 9 nevinii, 9 nutans, 46 oocarpus, 9 panamintensis, 81 pauperculus, 46 pseudiodanthus, 9 pycnostachyus lanosissimus, 2 ravenii, 9 sepultipes, 81 serenoi serenoi, 81 shevockii, 9 subvestitus, 9 ten er titi, 9 traskiae, 9 tricarinatus, 46 trichopodus trichopodus, 81 umbraticus, 46 webberi, 46 ATR IPLEX tularensis, 2 val licola, 10 A YEN IA cornpact a, 69 BACCHARIS plumrnerae, 46 vanessae, 10 BACOPA nobsiana, 81 BALSAMORHIZA rnacrolepis rnacrolepis, 81 BENITOA occidentalis, 10 BENSON I E LLA oregana, 10 BERBERIS higginsiae, 84 nevinii, 84 pinna ta insularis, 84 sonnei, 84 BERGEROCACTUS emoryi, 69 BLENNOSPERMA bakeri, 10 nan um robustum, 10 BLEPHARIDACHNE kingii, 69 BLOOME RIA humi lis, 10 BOERHAVIA annulata, 81 BOLAND RA cal ifornica, 46 BOTRYCHIUM pumicola, 10 BOUTELOUA simplex, 69 trifida, 69 BOYKINIA rotundifolia, 46 BRICKELLIA frutescens, 81 knappiana, 10 nevinii, 47 BRODIAEA coronaria rosea, 10 fi lifolia, 10 insignis, 10 kinkiensis, 10 leptandra, 81 orcuttii, 10 pal lida, 10 BUDDLEJA utahensis, 81 BURSE RA microphylla, 69 CAKILE edentula californica, 81 CALAMAGRO IS bolanderi, 47 crassiglumi s, 10 densa, 10 fo liosa, 10 ophitidis, 47 CALANDRINIA maritima, 69 CALLI ANDRA eriophylla, 70 CALOCHORTUS catalinae, 4 7 clavatus av ius, 10 clavatus, 4 7 recurvifolius, 11 coeruleus westonii, 11 concolor, 81 dunnii, 11 excavatus, 11 greenei, 11 longebarbatus, 11 monanthus, 2 nudus shastensis, 47 obispoensis, 11 CALOCHORTUS (cont.) palrnerii rnunzii, 47 persist en s, 11 pulchellus, 47 sirnulans, 4 7 striatus, 11 tiburonensis, 11 urnbel latus, 4 7 un iflorus, 70 venustus CALYCADEN IA sanguineus, 81 frmont ii, 11 hooveri, 11 oppositifolia, 47 CAL YPTR ID IUM pulchel lurn, 2 quadripetalum 47 CALYEGIA rnalacophylla berryi, 47 peirsonii, 11 stebbinsii, 11 CAMISSONIA benitensis, 11 booth ii alyssoides, 70 boothii, 70 inyoensis, 81 guadalupensis clernentina, 11 hardharniae, 11 heterochroma, 81 integrifolia, 47 kernensis kernensis, 47 minor, 70 sierrae alticola, 11 tanacetifo lia CAMPANULA quadriperforata, 47 californica, 11 exigua, 47 scabrel la, 70 shet leri, 11 wilkinsiana, 47 CANBY A candida, 81 CANOT IA ho lacantha, 70 CARDAMINE CAR EX gambe lii, 84 albida, 12 californica, 70 congdonii, 4 7 davyi, 47 eleocharis, 70 geyeri, 70 gigas, 47 halliana, 70 lasiocarpa, 70 livida, 2 obispoensis, 12 paucifructus, 12 sheldonii, 70 tornpkinsii, 12 whitneyi, 12 CARPENTER IA CASSIA cal ifornica, 4 7 cove sii, 70 CAE LA ernoryl, 70 CA ILLEJA arachno idea arachnoidea, 81

121 INDEX 107 CA ILLEJA arachnoidea schizotricha, 81 brevilobata, 48 cinerea, 48 cu lbertsonii, 81 disticha, 81 elata, 12 ewanii, 48 franciscana, 81 gleasonii, 12 grisea, 12 ho loleuca, 12 lassenensis, 81 latifolia lat ifolia, 48 mendocinensis, 12 leschkeana, 2 longispica, 81 mo llis, 12 neg 1 ecta, 12 payneae, 84 peirsonii, 82 pilosa jusselii, 82 plagiotoma, 48 praeterita, 82 psittacina, 82 ul iginosa, 12 CAULANTHUS amp lexicaulis barbarae, 12 glaucus, 82 simulans, 12 steno carpus, 12 CAULORAMINA j aegeri, 12 CEANOTHUS arboreus, 82 confusus, 12 cuneatus decumbens, 12 cyaneus, 13 di vergens, 13 ferrisiae, 13 fresnensis, 48 gloriosus gloriosus, 48 porrectus, 13 hearstion1m, 13 impressus impressus, 82 nipomensis, 82 insularis, 48 j epsonii, 82 maritimus, 13 masonii, 13 pinetorum, 82 pro stratus laxus, 82 purpureus, 48 rigidus, 48 roderickii, 13 sonomensis, 48 verrucosus, 70 CELTIS ret iculata, 70 CENTAURIUM nemophilum, 13 CENTROEGIA insignis, 48 leptoceras, 13 vortriedei, 48 CERAIUM beeringianum, 82 CERCOCARPUS betuloides blancheae, 48 CERCOCARPUS (cont.) minutiflorus, 82 traskiae, 13 CHAENACTIS parishii, 13 suffrutescens, 48 CHAMAEBATIA australis, 70 CHAMAECYPARIS lawsoniana, 82 nootkatensis, 70 CHE I LANTHES fibrillosa, 13 wootonii, 71 CHENOPODIUM gigantospe:rmum, 71 nevadense, 82 CHLOROGALUM grandiflorum, 13 purpureum purpureum, 13 reductum, 13 CHORIZANTHE angustifolia, 82 blakleyi, 48 breweri, 13 doug lasii, 48 howellii, 13 insignis, 84 leptoceras, 84 orcuttiana, 13 parryi fernandina, 14 procumbens al bi flora, 48 pun gens pungens, 14 rectispina, 14 robusta, 48 spinosa, 14 staticoides chrysacantha, 82 valida, 2 vortriedei, 84 wheeleri, 48 CHRYSOTHAMNUS axi llari s, 82 parryi bo landeri, 14 CI CUT A bolanderi, 84 maculata bo landeri, 71 CIRS iljm andrews ii, 49 campy lon, 14 ciliolatum, 14 crassicaule, 14 font inale font inale, 14 obi spoense, 14 hydrophilwn hydrophi lum, 14 vaseyi, 14 loncholepis, 14 nidulum, 82 occidentale compactum, 14 rhothophi lum, 14 walkerianum, 49 CLARK IA amoena wh itneyi, 49 austral is, 14 biloba austral is, 49 boreal is arida, 14 CLARKIA borealis (cont.) borealis, 49 bottae, 84 breweri, 49 calientensis, 14 delicata, 71 exilis, 49 franciscana, 14 imbricata, 15 jolonensis, 49 lewisii, 49 lingulata, 15 mildrediae, 49 mosquinii mosquinii, 15 xerophila, 2 rostrata, 15 rubicunda rubicunda, 49 speciosa immaculata, 15 springvillensis, 15 tembloriensis, 82 virgata, 49 CLAYTONIA bellidifolia, 71 lanceolata peirsonii, 15 spathulata rosulata, 82 CNEORIDIUM dumosum, 82 COLLINSIA antonina, 15 concolor, 82 franciscana, 49 greenei, 49 linearis, 71 parryi, 82 COLLOMIA diversifolia, 49 larsenii, 15 rawsoniana, 15 tracyi, 49 COLUBRINA californica, 15 COMAROAPHYLIS diversifolia diversifo lia, 49 CON IOSEL INUM chinense, 82 CORDYLANTHUS bernardinus, 84 brunneus capi llaris, 84 capitatus, 71 eremicus bernardinus, 15 eremicus, 49 ferrisianus, 82 hel leri, 82 li ttoralis li ttoralis, 84 maritimus maritimus, 15 palustris, 49 mo ll is hi spidus, 15 mollis, 15 nevinii, 82 nidularius, 15 orcut tianus, 71 pall escens, 84 palmatus, 15 parviflorus, 71 pringlei, 82 rigidus littoralis, 15 >< w c z,... c.,...

122 108 INDEX CORDYLANTHUS (cont.) DE DEC KERA DRABA (cont.) tecopensis, 49 tenuis capillaris, 15 pallescens, 16 COREOPSIS hamiltonii, 16 maritima, 71 CORETHROGYNE filaginifolia eurekensis, 50 DELPHINIUM bakeri, 16 gypsophilum gypsophi lum, SO hesperium cuyamacae, 17 hutchinsoniae, 17 inopinum, 17 howellii carnosula, 18 howel lii, 72 lemmonii incrassata, 51 nivalis elongata, 82 pterosperma, 51 quadricostata, Sl incana, 49 kinkiense, 17 sierrae, 51 linifolia, 16 leucophylla, 49 CORYDALIS caseana luteum, 17 pari sh i i purpureum, Sl subg lobosum, 51 stenoloba DROSERA ramosa, 18 angl ica, 72 CORYPHANTHA caseana, 50 vivipara CREPIS nana CROSSOSOMA al versonii, 16 rosea, 16 ramosa, 82 bigelovii, 82 prat ense, 82 purpusii, 51 stachydeum, 71 trolliifolium, 71 uliginosum, 51 umbraculorum, variegatum DENDROMECON thornei, 17 rigida Sl rotundifolia, 82 DRYOPTERIS filix-mas, 82 DUDLEY A abrams ii murina, attenuata Sl orcuttii, 72 bettinae, 18 blochmaniae CROTON californ icum, 50 harfordii, 51 rhamnoides, 17 blochmaniae, brevifolia, 18 Sl wiggins ii, 71 DENTAR IA insularis, 18 CRYPTANTHA gemmata, 51 candelabrum, 18 costata, 50 DESCHAMPS I A cymosa crinita, 16 at ropurpurea, 71 marcescens, 18 crymophila, 50 DICENTRA ovat ifolia, 52 excavata, 50 ganderi, 16 chrysantha, 82 formosa densiflora, 18 greenei, 52 hispidula, 50 hoffmann ii, 82 oregana, 17 nevadensis, Sl hassei, 82 mu lticaulis, 18 holoptera, 50 ochroleuca, 82 nesiot ica, 18 hooveri, 50 pauciflora, 82 parva, 18 incana, 82 mariposae, 50 DICHANTHE LIUM lanuginosum saxosa saxosa, 52 nubigena, 82 thermale, 17 stolonifera, 18 rattanii, 50 DICHELOEMMA traskiae, 18 roosiorum, 16 lacuna-vernalis, 17 variegata, 52 scoparia, 71 venustum, 51 virens, 52 subretusa, 71 DICHONDRA viscida, 18 traskiae, 16 donnel liana, 82 EATON ELLA tumulosa, 50 occidental is, 72 congdonii, 52 CUPRESSUS DIMERESIA ECHINOCACTUS abramsiana, 16 bakeri howel lii, 71 DIPLACUS po l ycephalus, 82 ECHINOCEREUS bakeri, SO aridus, 51 engelmann ii matthewsii, 50 clevelandii, 51 howei, 18 forbesii, 84 grandifl orus, Sl munzii, 52 governi ana, 16 guadalupensis DIRCA parvifloru s, 51 ELEOCHARIS parvula, 72 forbesii, 71 occidentalis, 51 ELODEA macrocarpa, 16 DISSANTHE LIUM brandegeae, 82 nevadensis, 50 ca lifornicum, 2 EMPETRUM pygmaea, 50 DITAXIS hermaphroditum, 72 stephensonii, 16 adenophora, 72 ENCELIOPSIS CUSCUTA californica, 17 covillei, 18 howel liana, 50 DITHYREA nudicaulis jepsonii, 82 mari tima, 17 nudicaulis, 72 CYMOPTERUS cinerarius, 82 DOWN ING IA con color ENNEAPOGON desvauxii, 72 deserticola, 16 brevior, 17 EPHEDRA gilmanii, 71 humilis, 17 funerea, 82 ripleyi, 71 CYNANCHUM DRABA asterophora EPILOBIUM luteum 72 utahense, 71 asterophora, 17 nivium, 18 CYPRIPEDIUM macrocarpa, 17 oreganujll, 18 californ i cum, 50 aureola, 17 rigidum, 52 >< w a z fasciculatum, 16 montanum, 16 DALEA arborescens, 84 californica, 84 cana, 71 cruciata cruciata, 17 integrifolia, 17 doug lasii siskiyouense, 18 EREMALCHE kernensis, 52 ERIARUM brandegeae, 18 CIO 0,.. DARLINGTON IA californica, SO douglasii, 72 densiflorum sanctorum, 1 9

123 INDEX 109 ERIARUM (cont.) hooveri, 52 luteum, 52 pluriflorum sherman-hoytae, 52 tracyi, 19 virgatum, 52 ERICAMERIA fasciculata, 19 palmeri, 72 ERIGERON acris debilis, 72 aequifolius, 19 bloomeri nudatus, 72 calvus, 82 cervinus, 52 del icatus, 19 elegantulus, 72 flexudsus, 19 fol iosus blochmaniae, 52 miser, 52 mu lticeps, 19 parishii, 19 petrophilus, 52 sanctarum, 52 supplex, 19 ERIOCHLOA aristata, 72 ERIODICTYON altissimum, 19 angustifol ium 72 ca pi ta tum, 19 tomentosum, 82 traskiae traskiae, 52 ERIOGONUM alpinum, 19 ampu llaceum, 19 apricum apricum, 19 prostratum, 19 arborescens, 82 argillosum, 52 beat! eyae, 72 bifurcatum, 19 breedlovei breedlovei, 19 shevockii, 19 but terworthianum, 19 caninum, 53 cithariforme, 82 congdonii, 53 contiguum, 73 crocatum, 19 dasyanthemum, 82 desert icola, 82 diclinum, 53 eastwoodianum, 53 elegans, 82 eremicola, 19 ericaefolium thornei, 20 esmeraldense, 82 giganteum compactum, 20 formosum, 20 giganteum, 82 gilmanii, 53 gossypinum, 53 gracilipes, 82 gr an de dunklei, 20 grande, 53 timorum, 53 ERIOGONUM (cont.) heermann ii floccosum, 53 hirtel lum, 53 hoffmann ii hoffmann:li, 53 robustius, 53 hookeri, 82 intrafractum, 53 kearneyi kearneyi, 73 kel loggii, 20 kennedyi austromontanum, 20 pinicola, 20 latens, 82 libert ini, 20 microthecum johnstonii, 20 panamintense, 20 nervu losum, 20 nortonii, 20 nudum murinum, 20 ovalifol ium eximium, 82 vineum, 20 parvifolium lucidum, 82 paynei, 82 pendu lum, 20 polypodum, 53 procidum, 20 puberulum, 73 rupinum, 82 shockleyi shockleyi, 73 siskiyouense, 53 strictum greenei, 53 temblorense, 53 ternatum, 53 tripodum, 82 truncatum, 20 twisselmannii, 20 umbel latum humistratum, 20 minus, 53 torreyanum, 21 vest i tum, 53 wright ii olanchense, 21 ERIONEURON pilosum, 73 ERIOPHYLLUM congdonii, 21 j epsoni i, 53 lanatum croceum, 82 hal lii, 2 obovatum, 53 latilobum, 2 mohavense, 21 nevinii, 21 nubigenum, 2 congdoni i, 84 ERYNGIUM aristulatum parishii, 21 constancei, 21 mathiasiae, 21 pinnatisectum, 54 racemosum, 21 spinosepalum, 21 ERYSIMUM ammophi lum, 54 capita tum angustatum, 21 ERYS IMUM (cont.) franciscanum franciscanum, 54 insulare, 21 menziesii, 21 suf frutescens grandifolium, 54 lompocense, 54 teretifolium, 21 ERYTHRON IUM citrinum, 54 grandiflorum pusateri, 21 heleniae, 82 hendersonii, 73 howel lii, 54 klamathense, 54 tuolumn ense, 54 ESCHSCHOLZ IA covi llei, 82 hypecoides, 54 lemmonii, 82 lobbii, 82 minut:iflora, 82 procera, 21 ramosa, 54 rhombipetala, 21 EUCN IDE rupestris, 73 EUPATORIUM shastense, 54 EUPHORBIA ari zonica, 73 hooveri, 21 misera, 73 ocellata rattanii, 54 parishii, 82 pediculifera, 82 platysperma, 21 FEND LE RELLA utahensis, 73 FEROCACTUS viridescens, 73 FE U CA arizonica, 73 FIMBRIYLIS spadicea, 73 thermal is, 84 FORSELLESIA pun gens glabra, 21 stipulifera, 73 FRANKENIA palmeri, 73 FRASE RA neglecta, 54 puberulenta, 82 tubulosa, 82 umpquaensis, 22 FRAX INUS trifoliata, 82 FREMONTODENDRON ca lifornicum ob ispoense, 4 decumbens, 22 mex icanum, 22 FRITILLAR IA agrestis, 22 biflora, 82 brandegei, 22 eastwoodiae, 54 fal cata, 22 glauca, 82 liliacea, 22 oj aiensis, 22 phaeanthera, 84 pluriflora, 54 >< Ill a. z - O> 0...

124 110 INDEX >< w Q z FRITILLARIA (cont.) purdyi, 54 roderickii, 22 striata, 22 viridea, 22 GALI UM andrews ii gatense, 82 angustifolium borregoense, 22 gabrielense, 54 onycense, 54 buxifolium, 22 cal ifornicum lucien ce, 22 migue lense, 54 primum, 22 sierrae, 22 cat al inense acrispum, 22 catalinense, 55 clement is, 55 cliftonsmithii, 55 glabrescens modocense, 22 grande, 22 hardhamiae, 23 hilendiae carneum, 55 kingstonense, 23 hypotrichium tomentellum, 23 j epsonii, 55 j ohnstonii, SS munzii, 73 nut tal l i i insulare, 55 oreganum, 82 serpenticum scotticum, 23 warnerense, 23 wrightii, 73 GALVEZ IA speciosa, 23 GAURA coccinea, 82 GENT I ANA affinis affinis, 73 parvidentata, 73 fremont ii, 73 newberryi, 82 prostrata, 73 setigera, 74 tenella, 82 viscida, 74 GERAEA viscida, 74 GIL IA aliquanta aliquanta, 82 australis, 82 campanulata, 82 caruifolia, 74 inyoensis, 82 latiflora cuyamens is, 55 nevinii, 55 ripleyi, 74 tenuiflora arenaria, 23 hoffmanii, 23 GILMAN IA luteola, 23 GITHOPSIS filicaulis, 23 latifolia, 82 pu lchella, 82 GLYCERIA grandis, 74 GRAT IOLA heterosepala, 23 GRINDEL IA camporum parviflora, SS fraxino-pratensis, 23 hal l ii, 23 humilis, 55 latifo lia latifol ia, 55 maritima, 23 paludosa, 82 stricta blakei, 23 GUT IERREZ IA cal ifornica, 23 HABENARIA elegans maritima, 84 HAC KEL IA 55 am ethystina, bel la, 82 brevicula, 23 cu sickii, 74 longituba, 55 mundula, 82 sharsmithii, 55 velutina, 82 HAL IMO LOBOS virgata, 74 HAPLOPAPPUS brickellioides, 84 canus, 84 detonsus, 85 eastwoodiae, 85 eximius, 74 gilmanii, 82 junceus, 74 lucidus, 5S lyal lii, 74 ophitidis, 23 parishii, 82 peirsonii, 82 propinquus, 82 racemosus congestus, 55 uniflorus gossypinus, 85 HARPAGONELLA palmeri, 85 HAZARD IA brickellioides, 82 cana, 23 detonsa, SS HECAOCLEIS shockleyi, 82 HELEOCHARIS parvula, 8S HELIANTHE LLA castanea, 23 HELIANTHEMUM greenei, 24 suffrutescens, 24 HELIANTHUS ex ilis, 24 niveus tephrodes, 24 nuttallii parishii, 2 HEMITOMES congestum, 82 HEM I ZONIA arida, 24 calyculata, 55 clementina, S5 conj ugens, 24 HEMIZONIA (cont.) floribunda, 24 halliana SS minthornii, 24 mohavensis, 2 mu lticaulis multicaul is, 24 vernalis, 24 pall ida, 56 pentactis, S6 tracyi, 56 HESPEROLINON adenophyl lum, S6 bicarpellatum, S6 breweri, 24 congestum, 24 didymocarpum, 24 drymarioides, 24 HESPEROMECON linear is, 82 HEUCHERA abramsii, 56 alpestris, 56 brevistaminea, 24 duranii, 74 elegans, 56 hirsutissima, 56 leptomeria peninsularis, 74 max ima, 24 merriami, 82 parishii, 56 HIBISCUS californicus, 24 HOLLIERIA lanata, 82 HOLOCARPHA macradenia, 24 HORKELIA hispidula, S6 marinensis, S6 parryi, S6 sericata, 74 truncata, 24 tularensis, 2S wilderae, 25 HOWELL IA aquat ilis, 2 HULS EA brevifolia, 56 cal ifornica, 25 inyoensis, 85 vestita inyoensis, 74 HYRIX californica, 25 ILIAMNA bakeri, 74 lat ibracteata, 56 IPOMOPSIS polycladon, 82 tenuifolia, 74 IRIS bracteata, 74 chrysophyl la, 74 hartwegii columbiana, 56 innominata, 74 munzii, 82 tenax klamathens is, 25 ISOETES bolanderi pygmaea, 82 howellii, 82 nuttal lii, 82 orcuttii, 82

125 INDEX 111 IVA hayesiana, 74 nevadensis, 82 IVES IA aperta, 56 argyrocoma, 25 callida, 2 campestris, 82 corymbosa, 25 jaegeri, 75 muirii, 82 pickeringii, 25 purpurascens purpurascens, 82 pygmaea, 82 serico leuca, 56 unguiculata, 56 webberi, 82 JEPSON IA malvaefolia, 56 JU GLANS JUNCUS hindsii, 25 abj ectus, 75 bufonius congdonii, 57 chlorocephalus, 82 cooperi, 82 duranii, 85 fal catus, 75 leiospermus, 25 mertensianus duran ii, 57 nodosus, 75 regelii, 75 supiniformis, 57 tenuis dudleyi, 75 JUNIPERUS commun is KOBRESIA jackii, 57 montana, 75 myosuroides, 82 KOE BERL IN IA spinosa, 75 LAGOPHYLLA minor, 82 LAHENIA burkei, 25 conjugens, 25 leptalea, 25 minor LATHYRUS maritima, 25 delnorticus, 57 hitchcockianus, 2 j ep sonii j epsonii, 25 splendens, 57 LAVA TERA LAV IA assurgentiflora, 82 discoidea, 25 jonesii, 25 leucopappa, 25 zieg leri, 25 LEGENERE limosa, 26 LEPECHINIA cardiophylla, 26 fragrans, 57 ganderi, 26 LEPIDIUM flavum felipense, 26 jaredii, 57 latipes, 57 LEPTODACTYLON jaegeri, 26 LESQUERELLA bernardina, 85 king ii LESS ING IA bernardina, 26 germanorum germanorum, 26 tenuis, 85 glandulifera tomentosa, 26 tenuis, 57 LEWIS IA cantelowii, 26 congdonii, 26 cotyledon cotyledon, 82 fimbriata, 26 heckneri, 26 howel Iii, 26 disepala, 26 leana, 82 oppositifolia, 57 pygmaea longipetala, 26 serrata, 26 sierrae, 82 stebbinsii, 26 LILAEOPSIS masonii, 26 LILI UM bolanderi, 26 fairchildii, 27 kelloggii, 82 maritimum, 57 occidentale, 27 parryi, 27 pi tkinense, 27 rubescens, 57 vollmeri, 27 washingtonianum minus, 27 purpurascens, 75 wigginsii, 27 LIMN ANTHES bakeri, 27 douglasii sulphurea, 27 floccosa be llingeriana, 27 cal ifornica, 27 floccosa, 57 gracilis parishii, 27 vinculans, 27 LINANTHUS arenicola, 75 bel lus, 75 conc innus, 57 harknessii condensatus, 57 killip ii, 27 maculatus, 27 nudatus, 82 oblanceolatus, 57 orcuttii, 27 pacificus, 85 rattanii, 57 serrulatus, 57 LI E RA caurina, 82 cordata, 75 LITHOPHRAGMA maximum, 27 rupicola, 82 tenellum, 75 LOEFLINGIA pu silla, 57 squarrosa LOMAT IUM art emisiarum, 27 ciliolatum, 85 hooveri, 58 congdonii, 27 engelmannii, 58 foeniculaceum inyoense, 58 howel lii, 58 insulare, 58 inyoense, 85 martindalei, 75 parvifol ium parvifo l ium, 58 peckianum, 27 raven ii, 75 repostum, 58 rigidum, 83 stebbinsii, 28 torreyi, 83 tracyi, 58 LON JCERA cauriana, 83 LOTUS argophyl lus adsurgens, 28 niveus, 28 ornithopus, 83 cupreus, 58 dendroideus dendroideus, 58 traskiae, 28 veatchii, 58 neo-incanus, 83 nuttall ianus, 75 rubriflorus, 58 scoparius dendroideus, 85 traskiae, 85 yo llabolliensis, 58 LUDWIG IA rep ens LUPINUS stipitata, 83 abrams ii, 58 adsurgens Ulldu latus, 83 antoninus, 28 arboreus eximius, 85 cervinus, 58 citrinus, 28 de fl exus, 8 5 covillei, 83 croceus pilosellus, 58 cu lbertsonii culbertsonii, 28 hypo lasius, 83 da lesiae, 28 dedeckerae, 28 deflexus, 28 densiflorus glareosus, 58 duran ii, 28 elatus, 58 excubitus j ohnstonii, 58 medius, 28 eximeus, 28 gracilentus, 58 guadalupensis, 28 holmgrenanus, 75 horizontalis, 83 )( Ill a z -

126 112 INDEX LUPINUS (cont.) humbo ldtensis, 28 hypolasius, 85 inyoensis, 83 lapidicola, 59 lobbii, 83 ludovicianus, 28 magnificus glareola, 59 hesperius, 59 magn ificus, 28 milo-bakeri- 28 montigenus, 83 nipomensis, 28 peirsonii, 59 pratensis eriostachyus, 83 sericatus, 59 spectabilis, 29 sub lanatus, 59 tidestromi i layneae, 29 tidestromii, 29 tracyi, 29 LYCIUM hassei, 3 parishii, 75 MALACOTHAMNUS palmeri (cont.) palmeri, 59 parishii, 29 MALACOTHR IX foliosa, 59 incana, 59 indecora, 83, 85 saxat i lis arachnoidea, 29 squal ida, 83, 85 MALAX IS brachypoda, 76 MALPERIA tenuis, 76 MALVARUM MARINA kernense, 85 orcut tii MATELEA orcutt ii, 29 parv ifolia, 76 MAURANDYA petroph ila, 30 ME CON ELLA cal ifornica, 83 denticulata, 83 MONARDELLA (cont.) cinerea, 60 crispa, 30 hypoleuca lanata, 30 leucocephala, 3 linoides oblonga, 30 viminea, 30 macrantha nana hal lii, 60 leptosiphon, 30 palmeri, 60 pringlei, 3 purpurea, 60 robisonii, 30 scelerata, 30 stebbinsii, 30 undulata frut es cens, 30 undulata, 60 viridis MONOTROPA saxicola, 60 viridis, 60 hypopithys, 83 verrucosum, 3 oregana, 76 uni flora, 76 LYCOPODIUM clavatum, 75 MENTZEL I A hirsutissima MONT I A saxosa, 83 inundatum, 75 stenophylla, 76 MUHLENBERG IA LYCOPUS leucophylla, 83 arsenei, 76 uniflorus, 76 LYONOTHAMNUS floribundus refl exa, 83 MENYANTHES trifoliata, 83 MU ILLA clevelandii, 30 coronata, 83 asplenifoliu s, 29 MICROSERIS transmontana, 83 LYROCARPA floribundus, 29 cou lteri decipiens, 30 nu tans siskiyouensis, 83 MUNZOTHAMNUS blairii, 30 MYOSOT IS palmeri, 76 MIMULUS laxa, 76 LYTHRUM acut idens, 59 MYOSURUS cal ifornicum, 83 arenarius, 83 minimus MACHAERANTHERA barbatus, 83 apus, 30 ammophila, 83 biolettii, 59 MYRICA canescens brachiatus, 59 hartwegii, 83 ziegleri, 29 brandegei, 3 NAURTIUM cognata, 85 diffusus, 76 gambe lii, 30 lagunensis, 29 dudleyi, 59 NAVARRETIA leucanthemifo lia, 83 orcutt ii, '35 exiguus, 30 fi licaulis, 60 eriocephala, 61 fo ssalis, 31 MAD IA glabratus heterandra, 61 stebbinsii, 29 utahensis, 76 heterodoxa subspicata, 83 glaucescens, 60 rosulata, 61 MAHON IA gracilipes, 60 jepsonii, 61 higginsiae, 76 grayi, 60 mitracarpa nervosa guttatus j aredii, 61 mendocinensis, 29 arenico la, 83 pauciflora, 31 nevinii, 29 inconspicuus, 60 plieantha, 31 pinnata laciniatus, 60 prolifera insularis, 29 microphyllus, 60 lutea, 31 sonnei, 29 nudatus, 60 prolifera, 83 MALACOTHAMNUS pictus, 30 setiloba, 31 abbottii, 3 pul chellus, 60 subuligera, 61 aboriginum, 59 arcuatus, 59 purpureus purpureus, 30 NEMACLADUS gracil is, 61 clementinus, 29 pygmaeus, 3 montanus, 61 davidsonii, 59 rattanii twisselmannii, 31 fasciculatus decurtatus, 60 NEMOPHILA nesioticus, 29 rupicola, 30 parviflora gracilis, 59 subsecundus, 60 quercifol ia, 61 hallii, 59 traskiae, 3 NEOAPFIA hel leri, 59 whipplei, 3 colusana, 31 jonesii, 59 whitneyi, 83 NICOLLETIA >< w c z mendocinensis, 3 niveus, 59 palmeri involucratus, 29 MIRAB ILIS tenuiloba, 76 MONARDELLA antonina, 60 occidentalis, 83 NITRO PH ILA mohavensis, 31 NO LINA ("II,...,... lucianus, 29 benitensis, 60 interrata, 31

127 I INDEX 113 NOTHOLAENA cochisensis, 76 lirnitanea OENOTHERA av it a lirnitanea, 76 eurekensis, 31 caespitosa crinita, 76 deltoides howellii, 31 heterochrorna, 83, 85 hookeri wo lf ii, 76 xylocarpa, 83 OPHIOGLOSSUM californ icurn, 85 lusitanicurn californ icurn, 61 vulgaturn, 3 OPUNT IA basilaris brachyclada, 31 treleasei, 31 bigelovii hoffmanni i, 31 rnunzii, 31 parryi serpentina, 31 phaeacantha maj or, 83 rnoj avensis, 31 wigginsii, 31 ORCUTTIA californica californica, 31 inaequal is, 31 viscida, 32 greenei, 32 rnucronata, 32 pilosa, 32 tenuis, 32 OREONANA clernent is, 83 purpurescens, 32 vestita, 61 ORNITHOAPHYLOS oppositifolia, 76 ORO BAN CHE parishii brachyloba, 32 valida, 32 OROCHAENACT IS thysanocarpha, 83 ORTHOCARPUS cast i 1 1 ej oides hurnboldtiensis, 32 cu spidatus, 61 floribundus, 32 lasiorhynchus, 32 pachystachyus, 3 purpurascens pall id us, 83 succulentus, 32 ORYCTES nevadensis, 76 ORYZOPSIS kingii, 83 micrantha, 77 OXYYL IS lutea, 83 OXYTHECA caryophylloides, 61 ernarg ina ta, 61 wat sonii, 61 PALAFOX IA arid a gigantea, 61 PALAFOXIA (cont.) linearis PAN IClJl.f gigantea, 85 shastense, 83 therrna le, 85 PAP AVER cal ifornicurn, 83 PARONYCHIA franc iscana, 83 PARV ISEDUM leiocarpum, 32 pent and rum, 83 PECTOCARYA pal11jeri, 77 PEDICULARIS contorta, 77 crenulata, 3 dudleyi, 32 flavida, 77 howellii, 32 PE LLAEA truncata, 77 PENEMON calcareus, 77 californicus, 32 cinereus, 77 cinicola, 77 clevelandii connatus, 77 confusus confusus, 85 pat ens, 83 fi lifonnis, 32 floridus floridus, 83 frut iciformis amargosae, 61 rnonoensis, 83 neotericus, 61 papil latus, 61 personatus, 32 purpus ii, 61 scapoides, 83 shastensis, 61 stephensii, 33 tracyi, 33 PENTACHAETA bel lidiflora, 33 ex il is aeolica, 33 lyonii, 33 PER IDER ID IA bacigalupi i, 62 gairdneri gairdneri, 33 leptocarpa, 62 parishii parishii, 77 pringlei, 62 PERITYLE inyoensis, 33 rnega locephala intricata, 83 ol igophyl la, 83 vil losa, 3 PETALONYX gilmanii, 85 thurberi PETRADORIA gi lrnanii, 33 discoidea, 77 PHACELIA amabi lis, 33 an el soni i, 77 argentea, 33 calthifolia, 83 PHACELIA (cont.) cilia ta opaca, 33 cinerea, 3 cookei, 33 da lesiana, 33 divaricata insularis, 85 flori bunda, 33 greenei, 33 grisea, 83 insularis cont inent is, 33 insularis, 33 inundata: 77 inyoensis, 62 longipes, 83 lyonii, 83 marcescens, 83 rnonoensis, 3 mu stelina, 77 nashiana, 83 novenmillensis, 33 orogenes, 33 parishii, 3 peirsoniana, 83 phacelioides, 34 platyloba, 62 pringlei, 83 st ebbinsii, 34 suaveolens kecki i, 34 va llicola, 62 PHALACROSERIS PHLOX bolanderi, 83 adsurgens, 83 di spersa, 83 dol ichant ha, 34 hirsuta, 34 PHOLISMA arenarium, 77 PHOLIOMA racemosum, 83 PHYSALIS PI CEA crassifol ia, 83 greenei, 85 breweriana, 83 engelmann ii, 77 PILOYLES thurberi, 77 PILULAR IA americana, 83 PINGUICULA PINUS macroceras, 77 bal fouriana, 83 edulis, 77 quadrifolia, 83 radiata, 62 remorata, 62 torreyana insularis, 34 torreyana, 34 washoens is, 83 Pl PER IA elegans, 83 PITYOPUS californicus, 62 PLAG IOBOTHRYS diffusus, 3 di stanti fl orus, 83 glaber, 34 glyptocarpus rnodestus, 34 hystriculus, 34 li thocaryl1s, 62 >< Ill c z M,...,...

128 .... >< IU Q z o:!' PLAG IOBOTHRYS (cont.) mo ll is vestitus, 34 myosotoides, 62 scriptus, 34 strictus, 34 uncinatus, 62 PLECTRITIS eichleriana, 83 jepsonii, 83 PLEUROPOGON POA californicus davyi, 62 davyi, 83 hooverianus, 34 refractus, 78 atropurpurea, 34 fibrata, 34 napensi s, 34 piperi, 78 rhizomata, 78 t enerrima, 62 POD I E RA nevadensis, 62 POGOGYNE abrarnsii, 34 clareana, 34 douglasii parviflora, 35 nud iuscula, 35 POLEMONIUM chartaceurn, 62 POLYCTENIUM fremont ii, 83 POLYGALA cornuta POLYGONUM fishiae, 62 pollardii, 62 bidwelliae, 62 esotericurn, 78 marinense, 35 montereyense, 3 patu lurn, 83 POLYPODIUM hesperium, 78 POLY ICHUM dud leyi, 35 kruckebergii, 63 POPULUS angust ifolia, 78 POTENTILLA hickmanii, 35 mul tijuga, 3 patellifera, 35 tularensis, 85 PROBOSC IDEA PRUNUS altheaefolia, 78 fasciculata punctata, 63 lyonii, 83 PSEUDO BAHIA bahiaefolia, 35 peirsonii, 35 PSORALEA rigida, 63 PSOROTHAMNUS arborescens PUCC INELLIA arborescens, 63 simplifolius, 83 californica, 63 1 emmon ii, 83 parishii, 35 PYRROCOMA un iflora gossypina, 35 QUERCUS macdonaldii, 83 parvu la parvula, 63 tomentella, 35 RAILLARDELLA mui rii, 35 pringlei, 35 scabrida, 35 RANUN CULUS alveolatus, 85 bonariensis trisepalus, 83 hydrocharoides, 78 lobbi i, 63 RHAMNUS pilosa, 83 RHYNCHOSPORA RIB ES alba, 78 cal ifornica, 35 globularis, 78 glomerata capitel lata, 83 glomerata minor, 78 canthariforme, 35 laxiflorum, 78 marshallii, 63 menz iesii ixoderme, 63 sericeum, 63 thacherianurn, 63 tul arense, 63 viburnifo liurn, 63 victoris, 63 ROBINIA neomexicana, 83 ROMNEY A coulteri, 63 RORIPPA RUB US SALIX columbiae, 35 subumbellata, 35 glaucifolius ganderi, 36 nivalis, 78 pedatus, 78 brachycarpa, 7 8 delnortensis, 63 parksiana, 63 tracyi, 63 SALVIA brandegei, 36 clevelandii, 83 columbariae ziegleri, 83 eremostachya, 78 funerea, 63 greatae, 36 munz ii, 78 vaseyi, 83 SANICULA hoffmanni i, 36 maritima, 36 peckiana, 63 saxatilis, 36 tracyi, 36 SATUREJA chandleri, 36 SAUSSUREA arnericana, 78 SAX I FRAGA fragarioides, 83 howellii, 78 SCHEUCHZERIA palustris americana, 3 SCHOENOL IR ION bract eo sum, 64 SCIRPUS clement is, 64 rollandii, 79 subterrninalis, 79 SCLEROCACTUS polyancistrus, 36 SCOPULOPHILA rixfordii, 83 SCROPHULARIA SEDUM atrata, 36 villosa, 36 albomarginatum, 36 laxum eastwoodiae, 36 flavidum, 36 heckneri, 64 niveum, 64 obtusatum paradisum, 36 pinetorurn, 4 purdyi, 85 spathulifolium purdyi, 83 SELAG INELLA asprella, 83 cinerascens, 79 leucobryoides, 64 SENECIO bernardinus, 36 blochmaniae, 83 clarkianus, 83 clevelandii, 64 ganderi, 36 ionophyllus, 64 layn eae, 36 ligulifolius, 64 lyonii, 83 pattersonensis, 64 streptanthifolius, 83 SEQUIOIADENDRON giganteum, 83 SIBARA deserti, 83 fi lifolia, 4 rosulata, 83 SIDALCEA covillei, 37 hickmanii anoma la, 37 hickmanii, 37 parishii, 37 viridis, 37 keckii, 4 malvaeflora elegans, 64 oregana hydrophila, 37 valida, 37 pedata, 37 ranunculacea, 83 robusta, 37 SI LENE setosa, 64 stipularis, 37 aperta, 83 campanulata carnpanu lata, 37 invisa, 64 marrnorensis, 37 verecunda verecunda, 37 SISYRINCHIUM halophilum, 83 SMELOWSKIA ovalis congesta, 37 i 1I,

129 INDEX 115 SMILAX jamesii, 64 SO LANUM clokeyi, 64 tenui l obatum, 37 wal lacei, 64 xantii SPARTIN A hoffmannii, 64 obispoense, 64 gracilis, 79 SPHAERALCEA rusbyi SPHENOPHOLIS IPA eremicola, 37 obtusata obtusata, 79 arida, 79 diegoensis, 79 latiglumis, 83 lemmonii pubescens, 37 lettermanii, 79 stillmanii, 83 THERMOPS IS argentata, 85 macrophylla THLASPI agnina, 38 argentata, 65 semota, 39 montanum californicum, 39 THYSANOCARPUS conchuliferus, 39 TIARELLA trifoliata TRACY INA trifoliata, 79 ro strata, 39 TRICHOEMA austromontanum austromontanum, 83 compactum, 39 lanatum, 83 micranthum, 79 ovatum, 65 rub isepalum, 65 TR ID ENS VIOLA (cont.) cuneata, 83 hallii, 83 lanceolata occidentalis, 39 tomentosa, 83 WHITNEY A dealbata, 83 WOODS IA plummerae, 79 WHETHIA elata, 65 invenusta, 65 longicaulis, 65 reticulata, 39 XYLORHIZA cognata, 65 orcuttii, 39 ZAUSCHNERIA septentrionalis, 65 ZIGADENUS fremontii inezianus, 83 REPTANTHUS albidus pilosus, 85 TRIENTALIS albidus, 37 arctica, 79 barbatus, 83 TRIFOLIUM batrachopus, 37 amoenum, 39 bernardinus, 37 bolanderi, 65 brachiatus, 38 dedeckerae, 39 cal listus, 38 cordatus howellii, 65 lemmonii, 39 piutensis, 38 farnsworthianus, 64 monoense, 83 palmeri, 65 fenestratus, 38 glandulosus polyodon, 39 trichocalyx, 39 hoffmanii, 38 TRIG LOCH IN pu lchellus, 38 palustris, 79 gracilis, 38 striatum, 83 hispidus, 38 TRILLIUM howel Iii, 38 kurabayashii, 83 morrisonii, 38 ova tum elatus, 85 oettingeri, 39 hirtiflorus, 85 rivale, 79 morrisonii, 85 TRITE LEIA niger, 38 clement ina, 39 oliganthus, 38 crocea YLOCLINE amphibola, 64 crocea, 79 modesta, 65 micropoides, 83 dud leyi, 83 Y LOME CON graci lis, 83 heterophylla, 83 ixioides SWAL LENIA cookii, 65 alexandrae, 38 lugens, 83 SYNTRICHOPAPPUS lemmonii, 64 TROP IDOCARPUM capparideum, 39 TANACETlJM VACCINIUM camphoratum, 38 coccineum, 39 douglasii, 79 oliginosum, 79 TARAXACUM VANCOUVERIA ca lifornicum, 38 chrysantha, 39 TAUSCH IA glauca, 64 VERA TR UM fimbriatum, 65 howellii, 38 in so li tum, 79 TETRACOCCUS VERONICA dioicus, 38 cope land ii, 65 ilic ifolius, 38 cusickii, 79 TETRADYM IA VIBURNUM argyraea, 65 ellipt icum, 83 stenolepis, 83 VIGUIERA t THELYPODIUM brachycarpum, 65 flexuosum, 79 j aegeri, 83 stenopetalum, 38 VIOLA laciniata, 79 reticulata, 83 adunca kirkii, 83 >< w Q z II) T"" T""

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131 THE RARITY-ENDANGERMENT-VIGOR-DIRIBUTION CODE R (Rarity) 1- rare, but found in sufficient numbers and distributed widely enough that the potential for extinction or extirpation is low at this time. 2- occurrence confined to several populations or to one extended population. 3- occurrence limited to one or a few highly restricted populations, or present in such small numbers that it is seldom reported. E (Endangerment) 1- not endangered 2- endangered in a portion of its range 3- endangered throughout its range V (Vigor) 1- increasing or stable in number 2- declining in number 3- approaching extinction or extirpation D (Distribution) 1- more or less widespread outside California 2- rare outside California 3- endemic to California

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