in L. Underwood,Native Ferns ed. 6 69. 1900
Phenology: Leaves appearing in summer.
Habitat: Pumice scree
Botrychium pumicola is a famous narrow endemic known from only a few colonies on fully exposed pumice scree on the sides of and in the general vicinity of Crater Lake, Klamath and Deschutes counties, Oregon. This plant has a very congested appearance with an extremely compact sporangial cluster and overlapping pinnae. Like most other members of subg. Botrychium, the trophophore is located high on the common stalk, but the common stalk is subterranean, giving the impression that the leaf originates near ground level. Botrychium pumicola has been found growing with B. lanceolatum and B. simplex.
Of conservation concern.
|Author||Warren H. Wagner Jr. + and Florence S. Wagner +|
|Authority||Coville in L. Underwood +|
|Common name||Pumice moonwort +|
|Habitat||Pumice scree +|
|Illustrator||John Myers +|
|Phenology||Leaves appearing in summer. +|
|Publication title||in L. Underwood,Native Ferns ed. 6 +|
|Publication year||1900 +|
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|Taxon family||Ophioglossaceae +|
|Taxon name||Botrychium pumicola +|
|Taxon parent||Botrychium subg. Botrychium +|
|Taxon rank||species +|
|Volume||Volume 2 +|