Hazardia brickellioides

(S. F. Blake) W. D. Clark

Madroño26: 125. 1979

Common names: Brickellbush bristleweed
Basionyms: Haplopappus brickellioides
Found in FNA Volume 20. Treatment on page 449. Mentioned on page 446.
Shrubs, 20–80 cm. Stems scabrous to hispid, some hairs yellow gland-tipped. Leaves subsessile or subpetiolate; blades elliptic to obovate or obovate-cuneate, 10–35 × 5–25 mm, coriaceous, bases not clasping, margins usually coarsely spinulose-dentate (with 1–4 pairs of teeth), rarely entire, apices acute, faces pilose to scabrous, some hairs yellow gland-tipped. Heads borne singly or 2–3 in cymiform arrays. Involucres cylindric to turbinate, 6–7 × 4–5 mm. Phyllaries recurved (or inner erect), lanceolate, apices acute, faces hispidulous, glandular. Ray florets 5–8, fertile; corollas shorter than involucres, inconspicuous. Disc florets 8–12; corollas 6–8 mm. Cypselae 2–3 mm, sparsely sericeous. 2n = 12.

Phenology: Flowering Jun–Oct.
Habitat: Limestone outcrops and cliffs
Elevation: 700–2100 m

Distribution

Calif., Nev.

Discussion

References

None.

AuthorW. Dennis Clark +
BasionymHaplopappus brickellioides +
Common nameBrickellbush bristleweed +
Elevation700–2100 m +
HabitatLimestone outcrops and cliffs +
IllustratorBarbara Alongi +
PhenologyFlowering Jun–Oct. +
ReferenceNone +
Taxon nameHazardia brickellioides +
Taxon parentHazardia +
Taxon rankspecies +
VolumeVolume 20 +