Hazardia squarrosa var. squarrosa

Endemic
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 20. Treatment on page 448.

Stems distally sparsely hairy or glabrescent. Leaves glabrous or sparsely puberulent, resinous. Involucres 11–15 mm. Phyllaries recurved, margins usually glandular, apices obtuse to acute, faces glandular. Disc florets 18–30; corollas 10–11 mm.


Phenology: Flowering Aug–Oct.
Habitat: Foothills and coastal mountains, usually with Quercus, Artemisia, Arctostaphylos, Ceanothus, Heteromeles, Pinus
Elevation: 20–700 m

Discussion

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.

W. Dennis Clark +
(Hooker & Arnott) Greene +
Haplopappus squarrosus +
20–700 m +
Foothills and coastal mountains, usually with Quercus, Artemisia, Arctostaphylos, Ceanothus, Heteromeles, Pinus +
Flowering Aug–Oct. +
Haplopappus sect. Hazardia +
Hazardia squarrosa var. squarrosa +
Hazardia squarrosa +
variety +