Iliamna bakeri

(Jepson) Wiggins
Contr. Dudley Herb. 1: 228. 1936.
Common names: Baker’s globemallow or wild hollyhock
Endemic
Basionym: Sphaeralcea bakeri Jepson Man. Fl. Pl. Calif., 635. 1925
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 6. Treatment on page 272. Mentioned on page 269, 270.

Stems 0.3–1.2 m; herbage harshly stellate-hairy. Leaf blades shallowly and crenately 3-lobed or deeply 3- or 5-lobed with terminal lobe narrowly oblong and toothed apically, 1.5–8 cm wide, lobes triangular, base cuneate to truncate, margins irregularly serrate, sinuses narrow. Inflorescences solitary flowers or few-flowered clusters; involucellar bractlets linear to subulate, 5–8 × 1 mm, ca. 1/2 – 2/3 calyx length. Flowers: calyx 9–12 mm, lobes broadly ovate, 4–6 × 4–6 mm, ± as wide as long, ± equaling tube; petals rose-purple, 1.5–3 cm. Schizocarps depressed-globose, 10–15 mm diam.; mericarps ca. 10–12, 8–10 mm. Seeds 3 or 4, dark brown, 2 mm, finely stellate-puberulent.


Phenology: Flowering Jun–Aug.
Habitat: Juniper woodlands, lava beds, conifer forests, chaparral, mountain slopes, rangeland, sometimes disturbed areas
Elevation: 1000–2500 m

Discussion

Iliamna bakeri is found in Modoc, Shasta, and Siskiyou counties in California, and Klamath County in Oregon.

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.

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David M. Bates +
(Jepson) Wiggins +
Sphaeralcea bakeri +
Baker’s globemallow or wild hollyhock +
Calif. +  and Oreg. +
1000–2500 m +
Juniper woodlands, lava beds, conifer forests, chaparral, mountain slopes, rangeland, sometimes disturbed areas +
Flowering Jun–Aug. +
Contr. Dudley Herb. +
Mallow +
Iliamna bakeri +
species +