Atriplex coronata var. coronata
Stems decumbent to ascending; basal branches and leaves typically alternate. Fruiting bracteoles almost sessile, body subcircular in profile, ± compressed, (2–)4–5 mm, united to summit, truncate at the irregularly toothed summit, sides smooth or obscurely to definitely tuberculate.
Phenology: Flowering spring–fall.
Habitat: Alkaline sink scrub, growing with Atriplex polycarpa and other salt desert shrubs and forbs
Elevation: 50-200 m