Acanthoscyphus parishii var. abramsii

(E. A. McGregor) Reveal

Harvard Pap. Bot. 9: 144. 2004

Common names: Abrams’s flowery puncturebract
Synonyms: Eriogonum abramsii (E. A. McGregor) S. Stokes Oxytheca parishii subsp. abramsii (E. A. McGregor) Munz Oxytheca parishii var. abramsii (E. A. McGregor) Munz
Basionyms: Oxytheca abramsii E. A. McGregor
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 5. Treatment on page 439. Mentioned on page 438.
Plants erect or spreading, 1–3 dm. Stems slender, 1–3(–7) cm. Leaf blades 1–3(–5) cm. Inflorescences: bracts (2–)3, triangular, awns 0.5–1.5 mm. Peduncles 0.8–2 cm. Involucres: awns 7–16, dark red, 3–4 mm.

Phenology: Flowering Jun–Aug.
Habitat: Sandy flats and slopes, chaparral communities, montane conifer woodlands
Elevation: 1700-2000 m


Variety abramsii is known only from the San Rafael Mountains, Topatopa Mountain, and Mount Pinos, in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.



Lower Taxa

No lower taxa listed.