Allium atrorubens var. cristatum

(S. Watson) McNeal
Madroño 39: 86. 1992.
Endemic
Basionym: Allium cristatum S. Watson Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts 14: 232. 1879
Synonyms: Allium atrorubens subsp. inyonis (M. E. Jones) Traub Allium atrorubens var. inyonis (M. E. Jones) Ownbey Allium decipiens S. Watson Allium inyonis Allium nevadense subsp. cristatum (S. Watson) Traub Allium nevadense var. cristatum (S. Watson) Ownbey
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 26. Treatment on page 249.

Tepals pale pink with darker pink midveins, lance-ovate to ovate, apex margins flat, not becoming involute. 2n = 14.


Phenology: Flowering late Apr–Jun.
Habitat: Sandy, rocky, or clay soils on desert slopes and mountains
Elevation: 1200–2100 m

Distribution

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Ariz., Calif., Nev., Utah.

Discussion

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.

Dale W. McNeal Jr. +  and T. D. Jacobsen +
(S. Watson) McNeal +
Allium cristatum +
Ariz. +, Calif. +, Nev. +  and Utah. +
1200–2100 m +
Sandy, rocky, or clay soils on desert slopes and mountains +
Flowering late Apr–Jun. +
Allium atrorubens subsp. inyonis +, Allium atrorubens var. inyonis +, Allium decipiens +, Allium inyonis +, Allium nevadense subsp. cristatum +  and Allium nevadense var. cristatum +
Allium atrorubens var. cristatum +
Allium atrorubens +
variety +