Dudleya abramsii subsp. murina

(Eastwood) Moran

Madroño 14: 106. 1957 ,.

Common names: San Luis Obispo dudleya
EndemicConservation concern
Basionyms: Dudleya murina Eastwood Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., ser. 4, 20: 147. 1931
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 8. Treatment on page 184. Mentioned on page 183, 185.

Caudices simple or 1–3-branched, 1–3 cm diam. Leaves: rosettes 1–5; blade oblong-lanceolate or tapering from base, subterete, 5–10 × 0.5–2 cm. Inflorescences: floral shoots 5–25 × 0.2–0.6 cm; proximalmost leaf blades 10–30 mm; branches 2–3, simple. Pedicels 1–5 mm. Flowers: calyx 4–6 × 4–5 mm; petals connate 1.5–3 mm, straw yellow, marked with purplish red, 9–14 × 3–3.5 mm, tips erect. 2n = 34.


Phenology: Flowering late spring.
Habitat: Serpentine soil
Elevation: 100-600 m

Discussion

Of conservation concern.

Subspecies murina is locally common on serpentine soil near San Luis Obispo.

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.