Anelsonia eurycarpa

(A. Gray) J. F. Macbride & Payson
Bot. Gaz. 64: 81. 1917.
IllustratedEndemic
Basionym: Draba eurycarpa A. Gray Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts 6: 520. 1865
Synonyms: Parrya eurycarpa (A. Gray) Jepson Parrya huddelliana A. Nelson Phoenicaulis eurycarpa (A. Gray) Abrams
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 7. Treatment on page 348.

Plants with caudex multi-stemmed, ultimate slender stems covered by persistent petiolar remains, terminating in rosettes; sparsely to densely pubescent. Stems 1–4 cm (leafless). Basal leaves tufted; petiole persistent becoming stramineous, 0.5–1 cm; blades narrowly oblanceolate to broadly linear, 0.5–1.8 cm × 1–2 mm, base attenuate, margins entire, apex obtuse. Fruiting pedicels 4–15 mm, pilose. Flowers: sepals purple, 4–5 × 1.5–2 mm; petals 4.5–6 × 1.7–2.3 mm; filaments 3.5–4.5 mm; anthers 0.5–0.7 mm; gynophore obsolete or to 1 mm. Fruits 1.5–3 cm × 5–9 mm; valves purplish, often glaucous, base obtuse, apex acute to acuminate; style 1–2 mm. Seeds brown, 2–3 × 1.2–1.5 mm. 2n = 14.


Phenology: Flowering Jun–Jul.
Habitat: Rock slides of metamorphics, whitish ash, subalpine and alpine ridges, rock and talus slides, disintegrated volcanic rock
Elevation: 1600-4000 m

Discussion

Anelsonia eurycarpa has been collected from multiple counties in California; in Nevada it is known only from Washoe County and in Idaho only from Blaine and Custer counties.

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

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... more about "Anelsonia eurycarpa"
Ihsan A. Al-Shehbaz +
(A. Gray) J. F. Macbride & Payson +
Draba eurycarpa +
Calif. +, Idaho +  and Nev. +
1600-4000 m +
Rock slides of metamorphics, whitish ash, subalpine and alpine ridges, rock and talus slides, disintegrated volcanic rock +
Flowering Jun–Jul. +
Illustrated +  and Endemic +
Parrya eurycarpa +, Parrya huddelliana +  and Phoenicaulis eurycarpa +
Anelsonia eurycarpa +
Anelsonia +
species +