Aquilegia shockleyi

Eastwood

Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 32: 193-194. 1905

Endemic
Synonyms: Aquilegia formosa var. caelifax (Payson) Munz Aquilegia mohavensis Munz
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 3.
Stems 40-100 cm. Basal leaves 2-3×-ternately compound, 9-45 cm, much shorter than stems; leaflets to 11-38 mm, sometimes viscid, glaucous on both surfaces; primary petiolules 23-80 mm (leaflets not crowded), glabrous or pilose. Flowers nodding; sepals perpendicular to floral axis, red (or sometimes partly yellow or green), lanceolate to elliptic, 10-20 × 4-8 mm, apex acuminate or acute; petals: spurs red or pink, straight, ± parallel, 12-25(-30) mm, rather stout, usually abruptly narrowed near middle, blades yellow, oblong or rounded, 2-5 × 4-7 mm; stamens 12-16 mm. Follicles 14-25 mm; beak 9-12 mm.

Phenology: Flowering spring–summer (Apr–Aug).
Habitat: Moist places in dry woodlands and shrublands
Elevation: 1200-2700 m

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