Elymus stebbinsii subsp. stebbinsii

Common names: Stebbins' wheatgrass
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 24. Treatment on page 329.

Lowest visible cauline node often pubescent. Lower leaf sheaths pubescent or glabrous. Spike internodes 16.3-27 mm. Spikelets 17-29 mm. Lemmas unawned or awned, awns to 8(12) mm.


Elymus stebbinsii subsp. stebbinsii is best known from the coastal mountains south of San Jose. It also grows at scattered locations from the central Sierra Nevada south to the Transverse Mountains.

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Lower Taxa