Arctostaphylos crustacea subsp. rosei

(Eastwood) V. T. Parker

Madroño 54: 152. 2007,

Common names: Rose’s manzanita
Basionyms: Arctostaphylos rosei Eastwood Leafl. W. Bot. 1: 77. 1933
Synonyms: Arctostaphylos crustacea var. rosei (Eastwood) McMinn Arctostaphylos tomentosa subsp. rosei (Eastwood) P. V. Wells
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 8. Treatment on page 442. Mentioned on page 441.

Twigs short-hairy (without longer hairs). Leaf blade surfaces glabrous abaxially. Immature inflorescence axes glabrous or hairy, sometimes glandular (not densely glandular-hairy). Ovaries densely hairy.


Phenology: Flowering winter–early spring.
Habitat: Maritime chaparral and coastal bluffs, historic stable dunes
Elevation: 0-200 m

Discussion

Of conservation concern.

Subspecies rosei occurs in western San Francisco and disjunct to the Big Sur Coast region from Monterey to San Luis Obispo.

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.

V. Thomas Parker +, Michael C. Vasey +  and Jon E. Keeley +
(Eastwood) V. T. Parker +
Arctostaphylos rosei +
Rose’s manzanita +
0-200 m +
Maritime chaparral and coastal bluffs, historic stable dunes +
Flowering winter–early spring. +
Arctostaphylos crustacea var. rosei +  and Arctostaphylos tomentosa subsp. rosei +
Arctostaphylos crustacea subsp. rosei +
Arctostaphylos crustacea +
subspecies +