Hazardia cana

(A. Gray) Greene

Pittonia1: 29. 1887

Common names: San Clemente Island bristleweed
Synonyms: Haplopappus canus
Basionyms: Diplostephium canum
Found in FNA Volume 20. Treatment on page 449. Mentioned on page 446.
Shrubs, 60–250 cm. Stems lanate-tomentose. Leaves subsessile or subpetiolate; blades oblanceolate, 4–12 × 1–4 cm, thin, bases not clasping, margins serrulate to subentire, abaxial faces densely short-tomentose, adaxial glabrate or glabrescent. Heads in thyrsiform arrays. Involucres broadly turbinate, 7–10 × 5–8 mm. Phyllaries erect, oblong, apices acute, faces of outer loosely woolly-tufted apically. Ray florets 6–14, fertile; corollas shorter than involucre, inconspicuous. Disc florets 15–25; corollas 5–8 mm. Cypselae 3–4 mm, canescent. 2n = 10.

Phenology: Flowering Jun–Sep.
Habitat: Rocky canyon walls
Elevation: 200–500 m

Distribution

Calif., Mexico (Baja California).

Discussion

Hazardia cana is known from San Clemente Island.

References

None.

Facts about "Hazardia cana"
AuthorW. Dennis Clark +
BasionymDiplostephium canum +
Common nameSan Clemente Island bristleweed +
Elevation200–500 m +
HabitatRocky canyon walls +
IllustratorBarbara Alongi +
PhenologyFlowering Jun–Sep. +
ReferenceNone +
SynonymHaplopappus canus +
Taxon nameHazardia cana +
Taxon parentHazardia +
Taxon rankspecies +
VolumeVolume 20 +