Eastern Mojave Vegetation

Detailed Area Plant List for Mono Basin, Mono County, United States.

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Edited by Tom Schweich

This list is assembled from personal collections, herbarium vouchers, and published lists. For California, much of the data is provided by the participants of the Consortium of California Herbaria as indicated by a single dagger “†.” Their web site is at: (http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/consortium/). For Colorado, much of the data is provided by the Southwest Environmental Information Network as indicated by a double dagger “‡,” which web site is found at (http://swbiodiversity.org). See their respective websites for copyright information and recommended citation formats.

For a complete list of Locations included in this Area List, see the Locations Included section, below.

For a check list, please see: Check List for Mono Basin, Mono County, United States.

Dryopteridaceae

Cystopteris fragilis (L.) Bernh.  Brittle Bladderfern. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Fern Creek, Sierra Nevada: Fern Creek, near Silver Lake Mary DeDecker 1288. 13 Aug 1960. ( RSA624266 ) .

- Pilot Spring, Yellow pine forest with a small damp area from the spring. Inyo National Forest at Pilot Spring, ca. 5 mi. SE of CA Hwy 120 (SE of Mono Lake & N of Mono Craters). George K. Helmkamp 2337. 10 Sep 1997. ( UCR103815 ) . .

Woodsia scopulina D. C. Eaton.  Rocky Mountain Woodsia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 140. 6 Aug 1908. ( UC163459 ) 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 198. 26 Aug 1908. ( UC163461 ) .

Equisetaceae

Equisetum arvense L.  Field Horsetail. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, 7500-8000 ft Edward Lee 12 Aug 1956. ( JEPS79603 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, near Lee Vining Ranger Station along Lee Vining Creek Jack L. Reveal and James L. Reveal 127. 9 Jun 1962. ( UC1338749 ) .

- Parker Creek, Deep shade at streamside. Just upstream from the informal campground on Parker Creek, at the end of Forest Road 01S25 "Parker Creek Road," 3.5 miles by air southwest of the intersection of US Highway 395, and California Highway 158. Tom Schweich 870.1 23 Jun 2012. ( UC ) . .

Equisetum telmateia Ehrh. ssp. braunii (Milde) Hauke.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, wet seepage meadow in riparian setting MONO BASIN; Lee Vining Creek, about 1.5 miles upstream from the Ranger Station; Inyo National Forest Dean Wm. Taylor 15564. 21 Sep 1995. ( JEPS104913 ) .

Pteridaceae

Aspidotis densa (Brack.) Lellinger.  Indian's Dream. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Lundy Cyn 8000-9000 ft May have been collected in upper Mono Basin.

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 197. 26 Aug 1908. ( UC167795 ) . .

Cheilanthes gracillima D. C. Eaton.  Lace Lipfern. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Canyon, rocky crevices, east slopes north side of Lundy Lake Carl B. Wolf 4 Nov 1931. ( UC527739 UCR95783 ) . .

Cryptogramma acrostichoides R. Br.  American Rockbrake. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, Pinyon-Juniper Woodland - along stream. Ranger Station, 1 mile west of Lee Vining Robert D. Briggs 1881. 2 Apr 1966. ( CHSC3645 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, base of boulders along trail above Lundy Lake, east side of Sierra Nevada William Doyle Jun 1976. ( UCSC2901 ) . .

Pellaea breweri D. C. Eaton.  Brewer's Cliffbrake. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 21 Jul 1889. ( UC71284 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 20 Jun 1908. ( UC170470 ) . .

Pellaea bridgesii Hook.  Bridges' Cliffbrake. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial terrestrial fern, to 15 cm; Fronds many, mono-morphic, once pinnate, underside glabrous; Pinnae flat (not recurved to cover sori), basal unlobed; Sori on margin of frond (Described from Coll. No. 699, 13 Nov 2011).

- Lee Vining Canyon, In a rock crevice on a bedrock ridge about 0.4 miles northwest of the Aspen Campground, north side of Poole Power Station Road. Tom Schweich 699. 9 Aug 2010. ( UC1980454 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 1 Jul 1908. ( UC170469 ) .

Cupressaceae

Juniperus communis L.  Common Juniper. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, Southeast slope of Lee Vining Canyon, 2.5 miles east of Camp Tioga, growing over rocks. Jens Clausen 807. 23 Aug 1933. ( UC532142 ) . .

Juniperus grandis R. P. Adams.  (Syn: J. occidentalis Hook. var. australis (Vasek) A.& N. Holmgren ) Sierra Juniper, Western Juniper. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Grant Lake, Canyon above Grant Lake on the road to Silver Lake. F. C. Vasek 14 Sep 1964. ( UCR3805 ) Leaves scale-like, whorls of 3, berries blue-black, bark red-brown. At the Grant Lake Overlook day use area at the south end of Grant Lake. Tom Schweich 901. 24 Aug 2012. ( UC ) .

- Lundy Canyon, Bottom of canyon with sandy granitic soil. Floor of Lundy Canyon about 5 miles west on road to Lundy Lake from US Hwy 395. Ian G. Gillespie 75. 1 Aug 2000. ( UCR133035 ) .

- Mono Basin, At the junction of June Lake Road and US Hwy 395. F. C. Vasek 1 Sep 1965. ( UCR4281 ) . .

Juniperus occidentalis Hook.  Western Juniper. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Unknown 1 Sep 1897. ( UC333743 ) .

- Lundy, Rocky east slope, Transition. 0.5 miles northwest of Lundy. Carl B. Wolf 2533. 4 Nov 1931. ( UC527154 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-6, Observation per MBRG voucher . .

Juniperus osteosperma (Torrey) Little.  Utah Juniper. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Cedar Hill, Collected in an area that has been described as having unusually large specimens due to absence of fire. Mineral County, Nevada, on the south side of Nevada State Route 359 (California Highway 167) 0.5 mi (0.9 km) east of California-Nevada border, 3.7 mi (6.0 km) southwest of Cedar Hill. Tom Schweich 571. 7 Jul 2009. ( CAS1117381 UC1973781 ) Collected in an area that has been described as having unusually large specimens due to absence of fire. Mono County, California, about 1.2 mi (2.0 km) west of California-Nevada state border on the north side of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 572. 7 Jul 2009. ( UC1973782 ) . [ See my image: IMG_1956.JPG ]

- Mono Basin, North of Mono Lake, along Hawthorne Road, about 13 miles east of US Hwy 395. F. C. Vasek 3. 17 Jun 1975. ( UCR17456 ) .

- Mono Lake, Alluvial slopes with fine pumice sand. Sagebrush scrub/juniper woodland with Artemisia tridentata, Chrysothamnus nauseosus, C. viscidiflorus, Juniperus osteosperma, Tetradymia canescens, etc. East side of Mono Lake about 2 miles from the shore at about 38° North latitude. A. C. Sanders 7138. 11 Jul 1987. ( UCR51884 ) .

Ephedraceae

Ephedra viridis Cov.  Green Ephedra. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 19 Jul 1889. ( UC160460 UC34973 ) .

- Bridgeport Canyon, On the old sandy beach soil of Mono Lake, 1 mile north of Hiway 31 (Pole Line Road) along the Bridgeport Canyon road. Jack L. Reveal and James L. Reveal 100. 9 Jun 1962. ( UC1338611 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, South facing slope. Carl W. Sharsmith 5505. 25 May 1947. ( SJSU13089 ) Rocky slope. Lee Vining Canyon near USGS benchmark. Carl W. Sharsmith 7548. 28 Aug 1967. ( SJSU4209 ) Dry slope of Lee Vining Canyon. George B. Rossbach 205. 17 Oct 1954. ( UC1073277 ) John Thomas Howell 27421. 28 Jul 1950. ( UC1042581 ) Near the mouth of Lee Vining Canyon. Milo S. Baker 5827. 4 Jul 1932. ( UC813738 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), Along Test Station Road, about 0.4 m east of Rush Creek, and 1.5 mi northwest of South Tufa Parking Area. Tom Schweich 954. 21 May 2013. ( CAS1160963 UC ) .

Pinaceae

Abies concolor (Gordon & Glend.) Lindl. ex Hildebr.  White Fir. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Canyon, rocky east slope in sun 0.5 miles northwest of Lundy Carl B. Wolf 2535. 4 Nov 1931. ( UC527155 ) . .

Pinus albicaulis Engelm.  Whitebark Pine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Craters, west-facing volcanic slopes near summit of Mono Craters Edward Lee and Carl W. Sharsmith 2499. 9 Aug 1936. ( JEPS75981 JEPS75982 ) . .

Pinus contorta Loudon ssp. murrayana (Grev. & Balf.) Critchf.  (Syn: P. m. Balf. ) Sierra Lodgepole Pine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Unknown 1 Sep 1897. ( UC336364 ) .

- Grant Lake, Along small stream with Salix caudata bryantiana, S. hindsiana, S. ligulifolia, Populus tremuloides, Rosa californica, etc. Small stream feeding Grant Lake, Inyo National Forest. Robert F. Thorne 32812. 16 Jul 1963. ( CAS577271 RSA175183 ) .

- June Lake Junction, With Pinus jeffreyi, Pinus monticola, and Abies concolor. 3.5 miles north of Deadman's Pass, Highway 395, south of Mono Lake E. K. Balls 18053. 5 Oct 1952. ( NY49922 RSA81986 ) .

- June Mountain Ski Lodge, Jeffrey pine woodland. June Mtn. Ski Lift, Hwy. 158, 1.90 mi. S of June Lake city limits, Bulk Collection # 11 Wendell Wood 255. 14 Aug 1970. ( HSC12598 ) .

- Lee Vining, Edge between riparian zone and Great Basin scrub. Lee Vining, electrical substation at the south end of town John F. Green 19 Sep 2006. ( UCR182806 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, Mill Creek, 1 1/2 miles below Lundy Lake Dam, east slope of Sierra Nevada. C. B. Wolf 2542. 4 Nov 1931. ( DS243505 LA6058 POM213112 RSA2951 ) decomposed granite, Transition Mill Creek 1.5 miles below Lundy Lake Dam, Carl B. Wolf 4 Nov 1931. ( UC527158 ) .

- Lundy Lake, Lundy Lake, east slope of teh Sierra Nevada Mountains, Mono Lake Region. Elmer I. Applegate 6871. 4 Nov 1931. ( DS211994 ) .

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 pumice soil 12.7 miles east of junction of CA 120 and US 395, on logging road 1.5 miles from junction with 120 Ralph F. 205. 27 Jun 1959. ( UCSB122 ) . [ Collector name of "Ralph F." is probably a typographical error for "F. T. Ralph." ]

- Sagehen Spring, Along a watercourse just below Sagehen Spring. Tom Schweich 946. 21 May 2013. ( UC ) .

- Silver Lake, Freda Detmers 17862. 28 Aug 1933. ( RSA384442 ) . .

Pinus flexilis E. James.  Limber Pine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Craters, west-facing volcanic slopes Edward Lee and Carl W. Sharsmith 2500. 9 Aug 1936. ( JEPS75979 JEPS75980 ) . .

Pinus jeffreyi Grev. & Balf.  Jeffrey Pine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, On Lee Vining grade of Tioga Pass Highway about 3 miles above Lee Vining Post Office. Ira L. Wiggins 9247. 15 Jul 1939. ( UC813265 UC941128 ) .

- Lundy, Transition, rocky east slope, in sun. 0.5 miles northwest of Lundy, east slope of Sierra Nevada. Carl B. Wolf 2536. 4 Nov 1931. ( UC527176 ) .

- Lundy Lake, Northwest of Lundy Lake, east slope of Sierra Nevada. Elmer I. Applegate 6868. 4 Nov 1931. ( UC496206 ) .

- Mill Creek, On Mill Creek and Lundy Lake Road, 2.5 miles west of US Hwy 395. C. Simis 105. 8 Feb 1964. ( UCSB192292 ) .

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, Desert of granitic sand and gravel. Extensive forests. Just east of Mono Craters and north of: South end of Mono Lake Mono Mills - Mono Lake Elmer I. Applegate 6894. 5 Nov 1931. ( UC496179 ) .

- Mono Lake, F. P. McLean 400271. 1 Jul 1875. ( UC400271 ) .

- Mono Mills, Sun, pumice gravel flat, Transition. 2.8 miles northwest of Mono Mills. Carl B. Wolf 2552. 5 Nov 1931. ( UC527177 ) Low desert hills, granitic sand and gravel. Mono Mills, south of Mono Lake. Elmer I. Applegate 6895. 5 Nov 1931. ( UC496201 ) Open forest. Mono Mills at east base of Mono Craters. H. M. Hall 11706. 15 Sep 1921. ( UC217455 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, Tom Schweich 9/1/2010. .

- Sagehen Spring, Slopes above the spring and campground. Tom Schweich 945. 21 May 2013. ( Alameda ) . .

Pinus monophylla Torrey & Fremont.  Single Leaf Pinyon Pine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Dechambeau Creek, Dechambeau Creek, old lake terrace, northwest of Mono Lake. C. Simis 104. 9 Feb 1964. ( UCSB18731 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, Exposed dry south slopes, Arid Transition Zone or even Upper Sonoran Zone. Peter Kamb 14. Aug 1944. ( UC1200631 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, On Lee Vining grade of Tioga Pass Highway about 3 miles above Lee Vining Post Office. Ira L. Wiggins 9244. 15 Jul 1935. ( UC941127 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, Geological Survey of California 6052. 1863. ( UC400321 ) Tree about 25 feet high. Near Mono Lake. Robert J. Rodin 6165. 1 Sep 1956. ( UC1362035 UC1362036 ) .

- MBRG P-6, Observation per MBRG voucher . .

Pinus ponderosa Laws.  Ponderosa Pine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Mono Lake Unknown 1 Sep 1866. ( UC403203 ) .

- Rush Creek (in Horseshoe Canyon), A few trees above and below California Highway 158 at the Gaging Station about 0.4 miles south of Grant Lake. Tom Schweich 908. 26 Aug 2012. ( Alameda ) .

Adoxaceae

Sambucus nigra L ssp. caerulea Bolli.  Common Elderberry. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Formerly S. mexicana and S. nigra ssp. canadensis, both of which were mis-applied as valid names for taxa not occurring in California.

- Conway Ranch, sage 0.8 miles northeast of Conway's Ranch, Bridgeport quadrangle T. M. Hendrix 608. 30 Aug 1937. ( UC1119913 UC579376 ) .

- Lee Vining, burned area in Artemisia scrub on granitic sand disturbed hillside on old lake terrace above Lee Vining Dean Wm. Taylor 7516. 22 Jul 1979. ( JEPS90729 ) .

Amaranthaceae

Amaranthus albus L.  Prostrate Pigweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Paoha Island, vegetation type bare south slope near steam vents, PLSS location 02N27E. A. D. Gifford 870. 20 Aug 1937. ( UC1136531 UC577792 ) . [ SMASCH records state that Voucher UC577792 is ADG Coll #970 from Paoche Island. I believe this should be Coll #870 and the location should be Paoha Island. ] .

Amaranthus blitoides S. Watson.  (Syn: A. graecizans L. ) Mat Amaranth. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Lake, Mono Lake, Mono County. John Thomas Howell 21521. 28 Sep 1945. ( CAS370178 ) .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), West shore of Mono Lake on roadside, el. Ca. 6700 ft., Mono Co. John Thomas Howell 41387. 15 Sep 1965. ( CAS580938 ) . .

Amaranthus californicus (Moq.) S. Watson.  California Amaranth. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Dechambeau Ponds, with a few Salix exigua thickets black pumice bordering warm spring outflow Dean Wm. Taylor 16977. 23 Aug 1998. ( JEPS96752 ) . .

Nitrophila occidentalis (Moq.) S. Watson.  boraxweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Vouchers at CAS

- Mono Basin, This is the only collection of this taxon from Mono Basin. Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-12, Site 12 Plot 4 Station 5, horizontal distance above shore 272 ft., elevation above lake (6378 ft.) 16 ft J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 313. 21 Aug 1975. ( DS744201 ) .

- MBRG P-7, Observation per MBRG voucher Site 7 Plot 6 Station 11, horizontal distance above shore 3549 ft., elevation above lake (6378 ft.) 21 ft. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 203. 5 Aug 1876. ( DS744200 ) .

Apiaceae

Angelica lineariloba A. Gray.  Poison Angelica. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Enid Michaels Sep 1937. ( CAS250773 ) Enid Michaels 26 Sep 1939. ( CAS251993 ) Enid Michaels Aug 1923. ( CAS42762 ) .

- East Craters Sand Flat, on Forest Road 1N24 on east side of East Craters Sand Flat, Tom Schweich 556. 13 Aug 2008. ( UC1953406 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, Herbert L. Mason 11482. 1 Aug 1936. ( UC583740 UC583741 ) .

- Lundy, near Lundy J. W. Congdon 20 Aug 1894. ( UC1041103 UC188160 ) .

- Mono Craters, east slope of Mono Craters Carl W. Sharsmith 5676.1 27 Aug 1948. ( SJSU13289 ) east slope of Mono Craters Carl W. Sharsmith 5676.2 27 Aug 1948. ( SJSU13290 ) in silicon gravels of volcanic origin, at base of a crater This lone colony 50 m. long included all the plants observed. Plants 8 to 12 dm. high; the stems somewhat leafy; flowers white. north base of Mono Craters, 1 mile west of Mono Mills, south of Mono Lake David D. Keck and L. R. Abrams 2906. 30 Jun 1934. ( DS249079 DS681874 UC583754 ) Tom Schweich 8/1/2010. .

- Sagehen Peak, Recognized from last year's infloresence and this year's leaves. Tom Schweich 7/22/2010. Beside Sagehen Meadows Road below peak. Tom Schweich 9/1/2010. . .

Berula erecta (Huds.) Coville.  Cut-Leaf Water Parsnip. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 .

- MBRG P-8, Site 8, Plot 6, Station 9. Mono Lake and vicinity, north (sic) of Lee Vining. Plot 8 is at Simon Spring. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 224. 6 Aug 1976. ( DS741087 ) .

- MBRG P-9, Site 9, Plot 3, Station 6. Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 249. 11 Aug 1976. ( DS741090 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), Subsaline marshy area. West margin of Mono Lake, about 2 miles north of Lee Vining. Carl W. Sharsmith 8731. 7 Sep 1982. ( SJSU9713 ) Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. Altitude about 6400 ft. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 351. 1 Sep 1976. ( DS741082 ) . [ Site, Plot, and Station are blank. ]

- Mono Vista Spring, Marshy area on northwestern shore of Mono Lake. Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1705. 1 Sep 1949. ( CAS417886 DS415510 UC11191933 ) .

- Rush Creek delta, On a former strand of Mono Lake in the Rush Creek delta, 1 km downstream from Test Station Road, 6 km by air east of Lee Vining, Mono County, California. Tom Schweich, with Kim Kersh 717.1 30 Aug 2010. ( UC1980415 ) . .

Cicuta douglasii (DC.) J. M. Coult. & Rose.  Western Water Hemlock. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, marshy meadow, stems to 5.5' tall by west shore of Mono Lake near outlet of Mill Creek Carl W. Sharsmith 9219. 18 Aug 1991. ( SJSU14674 ) . .

Cicuta maculata L. var. angustifolia Hook.  Spotted Water Hemlock. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bohler Canyon, Along the dirt road on the south side of Bohler Canyon, 1.8 mi (3.0 km) by air west of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 499. 2 Aug 2007. ( CAS1121270 UC1973698 ) .

- Mono Vista Spring, marshy area on the northwestern shore of lake on northwest shore of Mono Lake at Mono Vista Springs Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1706. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1191962 ) . .

Cymopterus cinerarius A. Gray.  Gray Springparsley. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Restricted to pumice soils, under trees.

- Mono Basin, Around Jeffrey pines, in pine needles, and other places with more organic matter than typically found in the volcanic cinder sands. Along California Highway 120, 8 miles east of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 754. 16 Jun 2011. ( UC1980491 ) .

- Mono Craters, In the open sand flat just north of Mono Craters, 4 miles south of Mono Lake, Mono County, at 6900 feet elevation. David D. Keck and L. R. Abrams 2901. 30 Jun 1934. ( DS242434 DS694432 ) volcanic gravel with Abronia, Hulsea, Arabis, Eriophyllum, Lupinus, Purshia and scattered Pinus Jeffreyi east slope of Mono Craters L. Constance and R. Bacigalupi 3436. 3 Jul 1952. ( UC967285 ) In pine needle-covered areas beneath Jeffrey pines. 1.4 miles southeast of Crater Mountain, on a small ridge of cinders. Tom Schweich 703. 16 Aug 2010. ( UC1973771 ) TYPE! volcanic summit south of Mono Lake Wm. H. Brewer 1825. 8 Jul 1863. ( JEPS15980 ) .

- Mono Mills, pumice gravel with sand beneath, moist at a depth of ca. 4 inches, surrounded by forest of Pinus jeffreyi sand flat on east side of Mono Craters, along Highway 120 about 10 miles east of junction with Highway 395 Ann Howald 1926. 24 Jun 1995. ( JEPS105490 ) . .

Cymopterus globosus (S. Watson) S. Watson.  Globe Spring-Parsley. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Larkin Lake, Low dunes. Larkin Lake Mono Basin, Trench Canyon (e side, ca 100 m w of Nevada State Line), PLSS location 4N28E14. Coordinates as "...NW1/4 of SE1/4 Sec 14" Dean Wm. Taylor 16774. 2 Jul 1998. ( UC1731440 ) . .

Cymopterus terebinthinus (Hook.) Torr. & A. Gray var. californicus (J. M. Coult. & Rose) Jeps.  (Syn: Pteryxia terebinthina (Hook.) J. M. Coult & Rose var. californica (J. M. Coult. & Rose) Mathias ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Horseshoe Canyon Moraine, Between lateral moraines on Inyo Forest Road 01S31 “Reversed Peak” road, 1.5 miles south of the Rush Creek Return Ditch Gatehouse, and 2.6 miles north of Reversed Peak. Tom Schweich 775. 20 Jun 2011. ( UC UCR262130 ) . .

Lomatium dissectum (Nutt.) Mathias & Constance var. multifidum (Nutt.) Mathias & Constance.  (Syn: Lomatium dissectum (Torr. & A. Gray) Mathias & Constance var. eatonii (J. M. Coult. & Rose) Cronq. ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, in bank below road Annie M. Alexander and Louise Kellogg 4305. 25 Jun 1945. ( DS341865 UC736083 UTC76926 ) Julie Oxford 286. 23 May 1981. ( OBI70414 RSA778546 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, Veg. Type: Sage, slope east 2 miles soutn and 1 mile east of Lee Vining Ranger Station R. W. Lundh 329. 10 Jul 1934. ( UC1122988 ) . .

Lomatium foeniculaceum (Nutt.) J. M. Coult. & Rose ssp. fimbriatum W. L. Theob.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Anchorite Hills, Growing with Artemisia arbuscula on open rocky flats with clay soils. Mineral Co., Anchorite Hills, 2.9 road miles east of stateline on only road into the range from Alameda Well, T3N, R29E, S11.. Arnold Tiehm and Jan Nachlinger 12391. 15 Jun 1998. ( CAS962999 ) . .

Lomatium nevadense (S. Watson) J. M. Coult. & Rose var. nevadense.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, spreading, to 10 cm. above ground, from a stout (6 mm. dia.) tap root ≥ 9 cm., in dry soil at undisturbed places, not scented, plant nearly completely glabrous; Stem, ±0; Leaves, 2-3 pinnate, to 6 cm., basal sheaths purple, leaf segments, many, small, oblong, 1-2 mm. wide, sparse short straight white hairs; Inflorescence, compound umbel, involucel inconspicuous, umbels not head like; Pedicels, in fruit 3 mm.; Petals, white or cream; Ovary, glabrous, tip projection 0; Seed, 5 mm. × 2 mm. wide, elliptic, compressed front to back, not notched at base and tip, ribs ±equal, lateral ribs only slightly expanded as wings, glabrous (Described from Coll. No. 960, 22 May 2013).

- Bridgeport Canyon, Along Coyote Springs Road, about ⅓ mile southeast of the pass, at a watercourse crossing the road from southwest to northeast, 6½ miles by road north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 960. 22 May 2013. ( CAS1161743 UC ) .

- Mono Basin, No collections reported from Mono Basin. However, the species is common enough in nearby areas that it could be expected in the Mono Basin. Tom Schweich 6/5/2007. . .

Lomatium plummerae (J. M. Coult. & Rose) J. M. Coult. & Rose.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Canyon, North-facing slope. Area dominated by sage brush (Artemisia tridentata) mixed with Pinon-juniper. Mono County: Lundy Canyon just northwest of Mono Lake. Located south moraine of the canyon approximately 125 meters up 4x4 road running 50 meters west of Deer Creek from the dam at Lundy Lake M. Klapp 24. 1 Jun 1996. ( UCD127711 ) . .

Lomatium utriculatum (Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray) J. M. Coult. & Rose.  Spring Gold Desert Parsley. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- June Lake, Sierra Nevada: June Lake Mrs. J. D. Wright 5 Jul 1929. ( SBBG59764 ) . .

Osmorhiza berteroi DC.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, riparian setting, forest of Pinus contorta, Pinus jeffreyi, Carex lauginosa Lee Vining Creek 0.4 miles upstream from DWP diversion intake Dean Wm. Taylor 16967. 22 Aug 1998. ( UC1731432 ) . .

Osmorhiza occidentalis (Nutt.) Torr.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 21 Jul 1889. ( UC32475 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, Along creek 1 mi. below Lundy Lake Dam; road west of U. S. 395 Ira L. Wiggins 14191. 27 Jun 1957. ( DS508446 ) .

- Walker Lake, near Mono Lake J. W. Congdon 15 Aug 1898. ( UC21182 ) . .

Perideridia bolanderi (A. Gray) A. Nelson & J. F. Macbr. ssp. bolanderi.  Bolander Yampah. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, from elongated (7 cm.) tuber, to 50 cm., undisturbed places in dry rocky soil, glabrous, not scented; Leaves, 2°-pinnate and pinnate-ternate, leaf segments wider than thread-like, ultimate leaflet of mature leaf 3.5 mm. wide, not as dimorphic as Taylor (2010) describes; Inflorescence, compound umbel; Involucel, lobes 3.5 mm.; Pedicel, 2.5 mm.; Corolla, white; Ovary, 1.5 mm.; Styles, 1.5 mm.; Fruit, immature, no ribs expanded as wings at this stage (TJM2 Apiaceae 28-28') (Described from Coll. No. 961, 22 May 2013).

- Bridgeport Canyon, Along Coyote Springs Road, about ⅓ mile southeast of the pass, at a watercourse crossing the road from southwest to northeast, 6½ miles by road north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 961. 22 May 2013. ( UC UCR250020 ) . .

Perideridia lemmonii (J. M. Coult. & Rose) T. I. Chuang & Constance.  Lemmon's Yampa. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bridgeport Canyon, Ephemeral spring 0.5 mi. S of summit on road between Mormon Meadow and Bridgeport Canyon, 03N26E09. Tim Messick 1603. 30 Jun 1981. ( HSC80484 ) . .

Perideridia parishii (J. M. Coult. & Rose) A. Nelson & J. F. Macbr. ssp. latifolia (A. Gray) Chuang & Constance.  Parish's Yampah. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- June Lake, Moist Mountain Meadow. N. C. Cooper 2740. 31 Aug 1944. ( RSA459093 ) .

- Reversed Creek, meadow along creek 1.1 miles west of Gull Lake T. I. Chuang and R. Bacigalupi 5899. 31 Jul 1963. ( UC389964 ) . .

Sanicula graveolens DC.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Only collection from Mono County. Nearest other collection is 44 miles southwest at Huntington Lake, Fresno County.

- Pilot Spring, Inyo National Forest at Pilot Spring, about 5 miles southeast of California Highway 120 (southeast of Mono Lake and north of Mono Craters), George K. Helmkamp 2340. 10 Sep 1997. ( UCR103827 ) . .

Sium suave Walter.  Hemlock Water Parsnip. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Danburg Beach, Mono Lake Mono County park at Danburg Beach, W end of Mono Lake, 0.5 mi NE of Hwy 395, N of the community of Mono Lake, ; G. D. Barbe, T. C. Fuller 3921. 24 Aug 1982. ( CDA19283 ) . .

Sphenosciadium capitellatum A. Gray.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 6 Aug 1908. ( UC148773 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, Aspen forest (Populus tremuloides) with Poa, Salix, Cornus, Juncus sp., Senecio Lundy Canyon, north side of Mill Creek just west of lowest beaver pond Ian G. Gillespie 73. 29 Jul 2000. ( UCR132872 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, J. W. Congdon 24 Aug 1895. ( DS28475 UC106121 ) .

- MBRG P-9, Site 9 Plot 6 Station 10, horizontal distance above shore 1067 ft., elevation above lake (6378 ft.) 25 ft., time since area was last covered by Mono Lake 21 yrs. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 270. 11 Aug 1976. ( DS741092 ) .

Apocynaceae

Apocynum androsaemifolium L.  Bitter Dogbane. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, Lee Vining Canyon - Tioga Road at about 7600' Jack L. Reveal 18 Jul 1965. ( SD87935 ) Leevining Canyon, east wall of Dana Plateau. Mrs. Elizabeth C. Wright Summer 1923. ( CAS128319 ) .

- Lundy, vicinity of Lundy, 8000-9000 ft Miss Maud Minthorn 8 Sep 1908. ( UC449674 ) .

Asteraceae

Achillea millefolium L.  (Syn: A. lanulosa Nutt. , A. m. L. var. alpicola (Rydb.) Garrett , A. m. L. var. lanulosa (Nutt.) Piper , A. m. L. var. occidentalis DC. ) Common Yarrow. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb to 50 cm.;; Leaves alternate, tendrils absent, finely dissected, aromatic when fresh; Inflorescence, heads enclosed by an involucre, in flat-topped clusters; Phyllaries in 2+ series; Receptacles bearing scale-like bracts (paleate); Perianth in 2 or more whorls, parts in 5s; Phyllaries in 2+ series, not all subtending ray flowers; Flowers open, bisexual, two kinds, some with strap-shaped corollas; Petals fused into a tube; Ray flowers, white, lobe ovate; Disc flowers, white; Stamens = in number to corolla lobes; Ovary inferior. Pistils, 1 per flower (Described from Coll. No. 482, 30 Nov 2011, and Coll. No. 1023, 24 Jul 2013).

- Bohler Canyon, Wet meadow along the dirt road on the south side of Bohler Canyon, 1.8 mi (3.0 km) by air west of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 503. 2 Aug 2007. ( CAS1121621 UC1973738 ) .

- Coyote Spring, Growing in the meadow at Coyote Spring, Bridgeport Canyon, 4 miles north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 482. 26 Jun 2007. ( CAS1131490 UC1980450 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, herb growing near a creek collected 6.9 miles west of U S Hwy 395 along Tioga Pass Road (State Highway 120) F. T. Ralph 221. 27 Jun 1959. ( UCSB6316 ) .

- Mono Basin, Listed as A. lanulosa (Nutt.) Piper Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Murphy Spring, Tom Schweich 7/25/2010. .

- Simis Ranch, moist ground in open field Simis Ranch (Sylvester Ranch) Dechambeau Creek near west shore of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 7626.1 29 Aug 1969. ( SJSU4573 ) moist ground in open field Simis Ranch (Sylvester Ranch) Dechambeau Creek near west shore of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 7626.2 29 Aug 1969. ( SJSU4578 ) .

- Walker Creek (Lower), In Pumice Valley, near the banks of lower Walker Creek, where crossed by an old alignment of US Highway 395, 4.5 miles by road south of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1023. 24 Jul 2013. ( UCR UCR262294 ) . .

Ageratina occidentalis (Hook.) R. M. King & H. Rob.  Western Snakeroot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, Herbert L. Mason 11487. 1 Aug 1936. ( UC1081560 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft. vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 187. 17 Aug 1908. ( UC194432 ) .

- Reversed Creek, in granote under cottonwood and aspen at foot of granitic cliffs near Reversed Creek between Gull and Silver Lakes L. Constance 2441. 9 Aug 1938. ( UC614529 ) . .

Agoseris glauca (Pursh) Raf. var. glauca.  Pale Agoseris. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Sagehen Meadow, Gently E-sloping heavily grazed dry meadow of soft silty pumice alluvium over granitic bedrock. Uplands of Artemisia tridentata / Purshia tridentata scrub. Occasional throughout meadow. Flws close-up when picked.; GLASS MOUNTAIN REGION Sagehen Meadow area; along 4WD road running S from Gaspipe Spring and Hwy 120 as it crosses dry springfed drainages. Appx. 1/2 mi. NE of Sagehen Spr. campground. 01S28E11 Michael Honer 977. 21 Jun 2001. ( RSA682392 ) South side of meadow. Tom Schweich 631. 5 Jul 2010. ( CAS1120830 UC ) . .

Agoseris monticola Greene.  (Syn: A. glauca (Pursh) Raf. var. m. (Greene) Q. Jones ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. June Status unresolved, some specimens annotated as this by G. I. Baird, 1998, synonym for Agoseris glauca (Pursh) Raf. var. monticola (Greene) Q. Jones. Another voucher of the same collection (Bacigalupi #8908) determined Agoseris aurantiaca (Hook.) Greene.

- Gull Lake, in a sloping meadow just above creek 1.1.miles west of Gull Lake, in meadow above Reversed Creek Rimo Bacigalupi and Tsan Iang Chuang 8908. 31 Jul 1963. ( JEPS81948 ) sloping meadow 1.1 miles west of Gull Lake, in meadow above Reversed Creek Rimo Bacigalupi and Tsan Iang Chuang 8908.1 31 Jul 1963. ( JEPS34431 ) . .

Agoseris parviflora (Nutt.) D. Dietr.  (Syn: A. glauca (Pursh) Raf. var. laciniata (D. C. Eaton) Smiley ) Steppe Agoseris. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb, to 20 cm.; Leaves, basal, to 180 mm. × 6 mm. wide, not prickly, margins, generally straight (not wavy), 0- to 6-toothed, sparsely ciliate or hairy; Inflorescence, single heads on scape to 15 cm.; Phyllaries, in 2+ graduated series, 10-13-16 mm., generally green, mid-vein dark purple, margin scarious, outer phyllaries, mid-vein and margin ciliate; Ray flowers, corolla, 20-22 mm., yellow (drying more purple than pink), lobes 5; Disc flowers 0; Pappus, simple capillary bristles; Achene, surface smooth, beak unknown (immature). (Described from Coll. No. 1101, 3 May 2015)

- Conway Summit, in sagebrush toward Bridgeport along Highway 395 (above highway just north of road summit) Milo S. Baker 9350. 9 Jun 1939. ( UC679523 ) .

- Lee Vining, F. Howard 12 Jun 1962. ( SBBG66202 ) . .

Agoseris retrorsa (Benth.) Greene.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Lake, along creek 1 mile below Lundy Lake Dam, take road west of U. S. Highway 395 Ira L. Wiggins 14188. 27 Jun 1957. ( UC1190334 ) . .

Ambrosia acanthicarpa Hook.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, sandy flats Lewis S. Rose 68148. 17 Jul 1968. ( JEPS59942 SBBG33984 ) . .

Anisocoma acaulis Torr. & A. Gray.  Scale Bud. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, herb growing in sandy pumic soil, of a dry east slope collected 15.8 miles east of US Highway 395 along State Highway 120 (road to Benton) F. T. Ralph 199. 27 Jun 1959. ( UCSB6336 ) Also found at this location, Astragalus monoensis. Northwest side of CA Hwy 120, near center of Big Sand Flat and intersection of CA Hwy 120 and Forest Road 01S04 “Pilot Springs Road.” Tom Schweich 1151. 22 Jun 2015. ( CS OBI82189 RENO UC UCR265724 ) .

- Indian Spring, sandy soils along old roadway McPherson Grade [about 1 mile west of Indian Spring, the closest named location] Dean Wm. Taylor 7742. 2 Jul 1980. ( JEPS89487 ) .

- Mono Lake, near Mono Lake Blake 1 Jul 1934. ( UC584422 ) Sierra Nevada; Southern Sierra Nevada region Mono Lake. Marcus E. Jones 29 Jun 1929. ( POM160350 ) Volcanic sand flat. Between Mono Lake and Mono Craters S. F. Blake 11826. 30 Jun 1934. ( DS693768 UC584422 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, Disturbed places near residence. Tom Schweich 824. 31 May 2012. ( CAS1149127 UC ) . .

Antennaria rosea Greene.  Rosy Pussytoes. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb, to 9 cm., stoloniferous 4-5 cm., forming loose mats in wet muddy soil, all sixteen plants collected pistillate (gynoecious?); Leaves, simple, white tomentose both sides, basal, 35 mm. × 9 mm wide, oblanceolate, cauline, 11-13 mm., linear; Inflorescence, >> basal leaves; Involucre, 5.5-7.0 mm.; Bracts (phyllaries), 5.0-6-5 mm. × 1.1-0.7 mm. wide, green at base, purplish band in middle, tips, white, scarious. (Described from Coll. No. 1083, 25 April 2015).

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 23 Jun 1908. ( UC148725 ) .

- Reversed Creek, Silver Lake region Frank W. Peirson 6130. 28 Jun 1925. ( UC98345 ) .

- Rush Creek (in Horseshoe Canyon), above stream between Silver and Grant Lakes Joseph and Hilda W. Grinnell 1069.1 18 Jun 1937. ( UC569612 ) . .

Arnica chamissonis Less.  (Syn: A. chamissonis Less. ssp. foliosa (Nutt.) Maguire ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Herbaceous perennial, 60 cm.; Stem, proximal axils white hairy; Leaves opposite, petiole 65 mm, blade 68 mm. × 15 mm. wide, length 4.5 × width; Inflorescence 2-3 heads; Heads, 2 kinds of flowers; Phyllaries in 2 series, 8 mm., outer ≥ inner, stalked glandular, adaxial face glabrous, hair tufted near tip, tip acute; Receptacle epaleate; Ray corolla yellow; Disc corolla should be stalked-glandular but can't see; Pappus of well-developed bristles on both kinds of flowers, 6 mm., white, short plumose; Achene, sparsely glandular (Described from Coll. No. 510, 2 Aug 2007).

- Bohler Canyon, Wet meadow along the creek in Bohler Canyon, about 2.0 mi (3.1 km) by air west of US Highway 395, in grasses and sedges at creekside. Tom Schweich 510. 2 Aug 2007. ( UC ) .

- Dechambeau Creek, seasonally wet pasture-land "Deschambeau Creek" near west shore of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 8262. 10 Jul 1977. ( SJSU7478 ) .

- Farrington Ranch, [Farringtons] Farrington Alice Eastwood 20 Aug 1906. ( CAS2380 ) Clump. In grass. by roadside, near Farrington Ranch, near Mono Lake S. F. Blake 11822.2 30 Jun 1934. ( DS713954 ) .

- Fern Creek, near June Lake H. Dearing, M. Dearing 1919. 24 Jul 1936. ( SBBG7579 ) .

- June Lake, Amongst tall grass along shores of lake. Frank J. Kirby 1002. Aug 1957. ( CAS912488 ) .

- June Lake, Wet meadow. At the head of June Lake. Freda Detmers 27 Aug 1933. ( RSA417128 ) .

- Lee Vining, Moist mountain meadow N. C. Cooper 2450. 25 Aug 1944. ( RSA417134 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, Meadow. 3 mi. w. of [Leevining] Lee Vining Lewis S. Rose 50194. 26 Jul 1950. ( CAS367416 ) .

- Mono Lake, wet meadows "Lake Mono" Chesnut and Drew 19 Jul 1889. ( UC34556 ) Ynez Whilton Winblad 26 Jul 1938. ( CAS287940 ) .

- Parker Creek, On the moraine ridge, in a small dry meadow area. James L. Reveal and Jack L. Reveal 446. 29 Jul 1962. ( UC1338630 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Pumice Valley, south of Mono Lake, PLSS location: 1N27E19. G. Douglas Barbe and Ed W. Hale 2291. 21 Jul 1977. ( CHSC85491 ) .

- Silver Lake, Lewis S. Rose 40744. 3 Jul 1940. ( CAS281341 OBI49177 ) .

- Snow Ponds, June Lake area, on margin of small ponds. PLSS: 01S26E16. Dean W. Taylor 7875. 26 Jun 1981. ( JEPS89502 ) . .

Arnica nevadensis A. Gray.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Canyon, Damp S facing slope w/ Populus tremuloides, Pinus murrayana, Aquilegia formosa, Ledum glandulosum, and Acontium columb. lower Lundy Canyon west of Highway 395 north of Lee Vining W. Wisura, T. Hayduk, Q. Junzhuan 4556. 24 Aug 1991. ( RSA531299 ) . .

Arnica sororia Greene.  Twin Arnica. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial spreading by rhizomes; Leaves opposite, cauline 4 pairs, reduced above, w/o embedded oil glands; Involucre 10 mm, 12 mm dia.; Receptacle naked; Phyllaries ~14, in one series, 9 mm, w/o embedded oil glands; Rays ~ 12, yellow, 15 mm, strap 10 mm x 3 mm wide; Disc flowers ~40, yellow, 6 mm, 2 mm wide; Achenes black, 3 mm, pappus of hairs, white, short-barbed (Described from Coll. No. 692, 10 Nov 2011). Subtribe Arnicinae is a subtribe Madieae with Madiinae (tarweeds) and Hulseinae, which contains Hulsea and Eatonella, both common in the Mono Lake basin.

- Sagehen Meadow, Sagebrush scrub with aspen stands and small moist meadows. Eastern Sierra/ Mono Basin 4.9 mi. SE of Calif. Hwy 120 on Sagehen Meadows Road George K. Helmkamp and E. A. Helmkamp 2321. 10 Sep 1997. ( UCR122326 ) Tom Schweich 692. 26 Jul 2010. ( CAS1131465 UC1980394 ) . .

Artemisia arbuscula Nutt.  Little Sagebrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Several collections from upper Mono Lake basin.

- Mono Basin, near [Mono Lake] J. W. Congdon 18 Aug 1894. ( UC91247 ) . .

Artemisia cana Pursh ssp. bolanderi (A. Gray) G. H. Ward.  Silver Sagebrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Subshrub woody at base, 30-35 cm tall, unarmed; Leaves linear, entire, 15 mm, < 2 mm wide; Heads erect, 3 mm dia. (less than 5 mm per TJM1, 2, & D) (Described from Coll. No. 715, 20 Nov 2011).

- Big Sand Flat, sunny pumice gravel flat Big Sand Flat, west of Dry Creek, 3.8 miles southeast of Mono Mills, on road to Benton Carl B. Wolf 2556. 5 Nov 1931. ( POM213405 UC527131 ) Sand flat, about 25 miles east of Lee Vining, East Mono Lake E. C. Nord 12 Dec 1965. ( UCR27090 ) in dense sod of small Sporobolus Sand Flat south of Mono Lake H. M. Hall 11702. 15 Sep 1921. ( UC217081 ) [ There are, however, no collections of Sporobolus in the Mono Basin. ] edge of Transition Zone, on exposed flats near streams or moist streamways Sand Flat south of Mono Lake H. M. Hall 11877. 27 Aug 1923. ( UC311622 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, On the drying edges of the wet meadow. Tom Schweich 716. 28 Aug 2010. ( CAS1131424 UC1980417 ) . .

Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt.  Silver Wormwood. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, A. A. Beetle 12946. 13 Aug 1957. ( UCD129320 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, Eastern Sierra Nevada Mtns. mouth of Lundy Canyon, just off Hwy 395, 1 mile WNW of Mono City, PLSS: 02N25E12. M. D. Wilcox, Scott Chandler 8 Sep 2011. ( UCR234440 ) . [ Scrub with Elymus cinereus, Wyethia, Poa, Prunus andersonii, Purshia tridentata, Stephanomeria spinosa, Chrysothamnus nauseosus, Salix exigua, Artemisia tridentata, A. ludoviciana, Stipa hymenoides, Eriogonum umbellatum, Tetradymia canescens, Bromus tectorum, etc. ]

- Mono Basin, as Artemisia ludoviciana no subspecies specified Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 . .

Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt. ssp. incompta (Nutt.) D. D. Keck.  White Sagebrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Bloody [Cañon] Canyon J. W. Congdon 13 Aug 1898. ( DS2157 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, Moist bank Le[e vining?] Grade H. M. Hall 11709. 15 Sep 1921. ( UC217058 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, in woods Lundy Canyon, Mill Creek F. W. Peirson 12143. 30 Jul 1937. ( RSA94171 ) .

- Mono Lake, Henry N. Bolander 6151. 1 Jan 1866. ( UC29684 UC29685 ) Wm. H. Brewer 6151. 1 Jan 1866. ( JEPS36974 ) . .

Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt. ssp. ludoviciana.  White Sagebrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb, to 40 cm, unarmed, spreading by rhizomes; Leaf tomentose abaxially, sparse tomentose adaxially, proximal wedge-shaped, 40 mm × 15 mm wide, 3+-toothed, ≤⅓ leaf-width, distal lanceolate, entire (Described from Coll. No. 898, 24 August 2012, Frequency and depth of leaf lobing distinguishes between ssp. ludoviciana and ssp. incompta. These leaves are neither 2°-divided, nor deeper than ⅓-width, nor divided nearly to the mid-rib. Therefore, ssp. ludoviciana is applied rather than ssp. incompta).

- Mono Lake, northwest shore (as a col. locality), Yard of old ranch house along north shore of Mono Lake F. W. Peirson 9191. 12 Aug 1930. ( RSA94413 ) .

- Rattlesnake Gulch, Along the watercourse at a cabin, about 300 m east of the GNIS location of Mono Diggings, 10.6 miles by road north of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 898. 24 Aug 2012. ( CAS1157591 UC ) . .

Artemisia nova A. Nelson.  (Syn: A. arbuscula Nutt. ssp. nova (A. Nelson) G. H. Ward ) Black Sagebrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. There are several collections of this taxon in the Bodie Hills.

- Mono Lake, Sand flat. Collected on sand flat near Mono Lake. Common Name: Sagebrush, Wormwood Native Doris (Hoover) Bowers 544. 27 Jul 1965. ( RSA764562 ) . .

Artemisia rothrockii A. Gray.  Timberline Sagebrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Walker Lake, Unknown 16 Aug 1896. ( UC138184 ) . .

Artemisia tridentata Nutt.  Big Sagebrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-10, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-12, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-7, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- Mono Valley, Associated with Achnatherum hymenoides. On sandy soil with volcanic ash. Mono Basin, Hawthorne Road, north of Lake. L. [M.] Shultz, D. Tart, Clint McArthy 19783. 20 Sep 2004. ( UTC245378 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Mono County: 6 - 7 miles south of Leevining Beecher Crampton 9428. 23 Sep 1976. ( UCD34121 ) .

- Rattlesnake Gulch, 8/24/2012. .

- Sagehen Meadow, Tom Schweich 9/1/2010. . .

Artemisia tridentata Nutt. ssp. parishii (A. Gray) H. M. Hall & Clem.  San Bernardino Big Sagebrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Lake, south shore (as a collection locality), Volcanic sand flats. Note reflexed branches of inflorescence. Mono County: between south side of Mono Lake and Mono Craters. A. A. Beetle 12929. 11 Aug 1957. ( UCD129365 ) . .

Artemisia tridentata Nutt. ssp. tridentata.  Big Sagebrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, On tops of sandy hills Sand Flats, along Dry Creek, S of Mono Lake George H. Ward, Birmingham 963. 16 Jul 1950. ( DS410166 ) .

- Conway Summit, With Artemisia sp. and Ribes sp. Hillside N of Hwy. 395 on Conway Summit grade, 0.5 mi. E of Mono Lake Vista, PLSS: 03N25E36. Tim Messick 1379. 18 Aug 1980. ( HSC79970 ) .

- East Craters Sand Flat, Mono Basin sand flat at east base of Mono Craters David D. Keck 5024. 4 Sep 1939. ( DS703768 RSA34214 ) .

- Farrington Ranch, Sandy flat in sun, Upper Sonoran SW side of Mono Lake, Farington Ranch, (about 3.5 miles north of Leevining) Carl B. Wolf 1374. 3 Nov 1931. ( POM212241 ) Farington Ranch, southwest side of Mono Lake Carl B. Wolf 2521. 3 Nov 1931. ( ARIZ52669 DS243483 DS281661 DS703808 SD28145 ) Farmington Ranch, SW side of Mono lake Carl B. Wolf 3903. 3 Nov 1931. ( POM256983 RSA16810 ) .

- Grant Lake, Hwy. 158, N end of Grant Lake. Privy Point Wendell Wood 259. 14 Aug 1970. ( HSC12597 ) .

- June Lake, Dry mountainside N. C. Cooper 2741. 31 Aug 1944. ( RSA417405 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 183. 17 Aug 1908. ( UC148767 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, Other plant species include Purshia tridentata, Oryzopsis hymenoides, and Stipa sp. Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. 2 miles west of highway 395 J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 324. 29 Aug 1976. ( DS741080 ) .

- Mill Creek, on dry sandy soil Mill Creek at Mill Creek crossing, 1 mile west of De Chambeau's sheep ranch James L. Reveal and Caroline G. Reveal 462. 11 Sep 1962. ( CAS486649 RSA185074 UC1338657 UTC100988 ) . [ There may be two collections #462 ]

- Mono Lake, on sand and gravelly soil of old lakeshore 1/2 mile east of Mono Lake Cemetary, north side of Mono Lake on the old lakeshore Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 209. 29 Sep 1962. ( CAS486650 UC1338593 UTC101988 ) .

- MBRG P-12, Size of plant community plot: 200 m2. Tree coverage: 0, Shrub coverage: 5, Herb coverage: 40, Av. height: 1 m, Av. height: 1.5 dm, Av. clearance: 2 dm. Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining Site: 1, Plot: 5, Station: 15 (see map); Horizontal distance above shore: 1884 ft.; Elevation above lake (6378ft.): 41 ft. (Maybe Site P-12 rather than P-1). J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 110. 7 Jul 1976. ( DS741098 ) . [ Time since area was last covered by Mono Lake: 45 yrs. Water availability: 5. Soil Color: gray/light brown. Soil pH: 8.0. Species list and percent of cover at collection site: Chrysothamnus nauseosus 2, Gilia sp., Artemisia tridentata, Mentzelia albicaulis, Distichlis spicata 2, Oenothera boothill 1, Juncus effusus, Cryptantha circumscissa. ]

- MBRG P-2, Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. 70 yds southeast of cemetary on the North shore of Mono Lake Elevation above lake (6378 ft.): about 75 ft. J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 93. 1 Jul 1976. ( DS744325 ) . [ Time since area was last covered by Mono Lake: more than 100 years. Soil pH: 6.8. Species list at collection site: Gilia sp., Cryptantha circumscissa, Chrysothamnus nauseosus, Bromus tectorum, Cryptantha watsonii, Descurainia pinnata, Elymus cinercus, Oenothera dentata, Oryzopsis hymenoides, Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus, Coldenia nuttallii, Artemisia tridentata, Lygodesmia spinosa, Distichlis spicata, Juncus effusus, Erodium cicutarium, Carex douglasii, Sitanion sp., Salsola pestifera. ]

- MBRG P-5, Species list and percent of cover at collection site: Salix hindsiana, Salix sp., Rosa woodsii, Poa sp., Artemisia tridentata, Iris missouriensis. Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 320. 29 Aug 1976. ( DS741079 ) Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 329. 29 Aug 1976. ( DS741081 ) .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), Mono Lake just south of [Leevining] Lee Vining Elmer I. Applegate 6852. 3 Nov 1931. ( DS216730 DS216731 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), hillsides west shore of Mono Lake Mrs. E. C. Wright Summer 1923. ( CAS128321 ) .

- Mono Mills, Mono Basin, Sage Flats south of Highway 120 just off Mono Craters Rd. Brian Miller 1092. 23 Sep 1992. ( CAS921101 ) in deep volcanic sand Mono Mills, south of Mono Lake David D. Keck 5020. 4 Sep 1939. ( UC646492 ) In deep volcanic snad among good stand of Pinus ponderosa jeffreyi. Mono Mills, south of Mono Lake David D. Keck 5021. 4 Sep 1939. ( GH427511 POM256737 UTC59903 ) In deep volcanic sand among good stand of Pinus ponderosa jeffreyi. Mono Mills, south of Mono Lake Elevation 7350 feet (2240 m.). David D. Keck 5022. 4 Sep 1939. ( DS703775 ) sand flat. In Pinus ponderosa jeffreyi forest. Between Mono Mills and Mono Basin sand flat, south of Mono Lake at 7250 feet elevation (2210 m.). David D. Keck 5023. 4 Sep 1939. ( DS703767 ) .

- Mono Valley, Sandy sagebrush slope. along county road betw. Mono Lake and Bodie, ca. 2 mi. from Mono Lake Roxanna S. Ferris 13398. 18 Sep 1959. ( DS419791 ) .

- Negit Island, on slopes of volcanic sand and gravel Negit Island, Mono Lake Edward Pittman 127. 5 Sep 1965. ( CAS609057 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Pumice valley, S of Mono lake, on the bishop to Mono lake highway (1 mi. S of junction with Benton road) Carl B. Wolf 1373. 3 Nov 1931. ( POM212242 POM256976 RSA2912 ) in sun on pumice sand, Upper Sonoran Pumice Valley, south of Mono Lake on Bishop-Mono Lake Highway 1 mile south of junction with Benton Road Carl B. Wolf 2520. 3 Nov 1931. ( DS243482 DS281672 DS703807 UC527142 ) Pumice valley, south of Mono Lake Carl B. Wolf 3891. 3 Nov 1931. ( RSA16819 ) Pumice Valley, West of Mono Craters, S. of Mono Lake, near Rush Creek at 6800 feet (2070 m.) David D. Keck 5026. 4 Sep 1939. ( DS267386 GH427512 ) Highway 120 near junction with Highway 395 Jean L. Pawek 534. 24 Aug 1958. ( DS616356 ) .

- South Tufa Area, Mono County: Mono Lake Tufa. Shrubland in dry and alkaline soils D. Sanchez-Mata 18 Aug 1996. ( UCD67582 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, Tioga Lodge, Mono Lake. Lewis S. Rose 50182. 25 Jul 1950. ( RSA70725 ) . .

Artemisia tridentata Nutt. ssp. vaseyana (Rydb.) Beetle.  Mountain Big Sagebrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Farrington Ranch, sandy flat in sun, Upper Sonoran Farington Ranch, 3 1/2 miles north (?-Ed.) of Lee Vining, southwest side of lake Carl B. Wolf 2521. 3 Nov 1931. ( UC527143 ) . [ There may be two collections #2521. ]

- June Lake, Common low brush cover on dry hills. O. H. Kappler 1545. 11 Jul 1947. ( LA83482 ) .

- Mono Lake, Shores of Mono Lake. Robert J. Rodin 6167. 1 Sep 1957. ( OBI30794 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Edge of erosional cut, dry area of fine soils, open sagebrush meadow. 5 miles south of Lee Vining along highway 395 Leila M. Shultz, John S. Shultz 5712. 26 Oct 1981. ( UTC191578 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, Jack L. Reveal 217. 10 Oct 1962. ( UTC101970 ) . .

Balsamorhiza sagittata (Pursh) Nutt.  Arrow-Leaf Balsamroot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb, to 50 cm.; Leaves, mostly basal, 20 cm. × 12 cm, widely triangular, base sagittate, tomentose, cauline much reduced; Inflorescence, solitary heads on 40 cm. scape, radiate, composed of 2 kinds of flowers, some strap-shaped; Phyllaries, in 2+ series, not all subtending ray flowers, eglandular, outer lance-linear, 18 mm. × 4 mm. wide, veins, 5, prominent, base to full length tomentose abaxially, adaxially distally, inner obovate, 11 mm. × 4 mm. wide, distal abaxial tomentose and ciliate; Receptacle, paleate; Paleae, 11 mm × 3 mm. wide, ciliate, and distal abaxial tomentose, palea covers all abaxial side of disc flower ovary, and is barely folded around one edge, not fully enclosing ovary; Pappus 0; Ray flower, fertile, stamens present but degenerate (?) and not functional (?), corolla, tube 2 mm. + blade 27-32 mm. × 11-12 mm. wide, yellow; Disc flowers, bisexual, corolla, 6 mm., yellow; Achene, 9 mm., compressed radially. Described from Coll. No. 956, 22 May 2013 (Mono County, CA) and Coll. No. 1109, 14 May 2015 (Jefferson County, CO).

- Copper Mountain, In a limestone canyon of Copper Mountain, just below the mine tunnel, 1.1 miles west of the intersection of US Highway 395 and Mill Creek Powerhouse Road. Tom Schweich 782. 22 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131360 UC1980465 ) .

- Pumice Valley, On Forest Road 01N17 “Farrington Siphon,” between the Sawmill Canyon and Bloody Canyon moraines, 6.3 miles by road south of Lee Vining, from below the aqueduct to the tops of the moraines. Tom Schweich 956. 22 May 2013. ( CAS1161742 UC UCR250023 ) .

- Walker Creek (Lower), on the Walker Creek Road to the Walker Lake Trail Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 79. 30 May 1962. ( UC1338703 ) . .

Brickellia californica (Torrey & A. Gray) A. Gray.  California Brickelbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Lake, Lundy Lake, west of Mono Lake. Desert foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Elmer I. Applegate 6869. 4 Nov 1931. ( DS216224 ) . .

Brickellia grandiflora (Hook.) Nutt.  Tasselflower Brickellbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Lake, north side of Lundy Lake T. M. Hendrix 580. 24 Aug 1937. ( UC1119080 ) . .

Brickellia microphylla (Nutt.) A. Gray var. microphylla.  Littleleaf Brickellbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Black Point, barren, s slope, surrounding type Atr, plants found growing on rocky ledge exposed to strong winds top of Black Point, northwest side of Mono Lake A. D. Gifford 900. 4 Sep 1937. ( RSA121117 UC1119084 ) .

- Lundy, 8000 - 9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 7 Oct 1908. ( UC186053 ) . .

Brickellia oblongifolia Nutt. var. linifolia (D. C. Eaton) B. L. Rob.  Narrowleaf Brickellbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Rush Creek, gravel bed of creek bed of Rush Creek at Highway 395 Dean Wm. Taylor 7847. 5 Aug 1980. ( JEPS89310 ) . .

Calycoseris parryi A. Gray.  Yellow Tackstem. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Negit Island, D. W. Johnston 20 Jun 1953. ( UC999239 ) . .

Chaenactis douglasii (Hook.) Hook. & Arn.  Douglas' Dustymaiden. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- June Lake, Mrs. J. D. Wright 6 Jul 1929. ( SBBG65668 ) .

- Lee Vining, disturbed hillside on old lake terrace, burned area in Artemisia tridentata scrub on granitic sand above the town of Lee Vining Dean Wm. Taylor 7514.2 22 Jul 1979. ( JEPS89457 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, dry, rocky mountain side near Lee Vining Creek about 8 miles from Mono Post Office Beecher Crampton 277. 10 Jul 1941. ( UCD38114 ) . .

Chaenactis xantiana A. Gray.  Fleshcolor Pincushion. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Creek, open sandy soils in sagebrush-jeffrey pine ecotone along Lee Vining Creek about 0.5 miles south of Lee Vining Dean Wm. Taylor 7857. 12 Jun 1981. ( JEPS89469 ) .

- Paoha Island, Herbert L. Mason 15213. 24 Jun 1963. ( UC1275788 ) . .

Chaenactis douglasii (Hook.) Hook. & Arn. var. douglasii.  Douglas' Dustymaiden. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual to Perennial, becoming woody at base, to 40 cm., not thistle-like, not scapose, proximal hairs cobwebby, white; Leaves basal and cauline, deeply lobed, margins rolled (i.e., leaf blade not flat); Inflorescence, flowers of 1 kind, rayless, discoid; Heads 20+, solitary on peduncles 4-6 cm. at flowering; Receptacle not chaffy, epaleate; Phyllaries in 2+ series, 5-9 mm x 2 mm wide, outer < inner, tips appressed; Flowers yellow, no ray flowers; Pappus a well-developed crown of scales, 1.0-5.0 mm., not alternating with awns or bristles; Achenes 6 mm, hairy (Described from Coll. No. 764.1, 20 Jan 2012, and Coll. No. 829, 26 Jan 2013).

- Adobe Hills Spillway, Growing in the fresh water sandstone at the spillway, 16.6 miles east of US Highway 395 on California Highway 167, then 8.0 miles southeast on Dobie Meadows Road. Tom Schweich 620. 29 Jun 2010. ( OBI82216 UCR262141 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, P. Stockwell 1320. 20 Jul 1935. ( JEPS30916 ) 2 miles west of Lee Vining P. Stockwell 1322. 20 Jul 1935. ( JEPS30918 ) .

- Mono Basin, Reported as Chaenactis sp. Winkler, David W., 1977 With Pinyons (no Junipers), Sagebrush, Bitterbrush, and Ephedra, in the mixed sandy and rocky ground where the foot of the Bodie Hills meets the Mono Dunes. Along Goat Ranch Road, 3.25 miles east northeast of the intersection of US Highway 395 and California Highway 167 (sometimes called Pole Line Road). Tom Schweich 764.1 19 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131402 UC1980481 ) .

- Mono Lake, in a wet place Anna E. Ehlers 823. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS34189 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, This area burned several years ago. Granite outcrop surrounded by very sandy soil, likely a former shoreline or deltaic deposit from a high-stand of Mono Lake, above Tioga Lodge, along a powerline road, 2.8 miles north of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 829. 18 Jun 2012. ( CAS1149310 UC ) . .

Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus (Hook.) Nutt. ssp. axillaris (D. D. Keck) L. C. Anderson.  Yellow Rabbitbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- South Tufa Area, Mono County: Mono Lake. Mono Lake Tufa. Shrubland in dry and alkaline soils D. Sanchez-Mata 18 Aug 1996. ( UCD67586 ) . .

Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus (Hook.) Nutt. ssp. puberulus (D. C. Eaton) H. M. Hall & Clem.  Yellow Rabbitbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial shrub, to 1 m., juice with latex, not thistle-like; Stem generally glabrous (very few hairs), young stem few hairs (but not tomentose); Leaves alternate, linear, 30 mm. x 0.8-1.2 mm. wide, margins entire, not ciliate, adaxial surface with tangled hairs, oil glands 0; Heads, conical, not overtopped by distal leaves, ray flowers 0, disc flowers present; Involucre obconic, 8-9 mm.; Phyllaries in 3 distinct vertical ranks, graduated in size, lower << rest of involucre, opaque, tips acute, oil glands 0; Flowers 6; Pappus of many bristles, ±cylindric; Corollas yellow; Style, appendages (2.0 mm.) > stigmatic portion (1.6 mm.); Fruit moderately hairy (Described from Coll. No. 887, 22 Aug 2012).

- Alameda Well, in deep beach alluvial nearly one mile south of Alameda Wells, east of Mono Lake Jack L. Reveal 884. 14 Sep 1963. ( GH387051 UC1338463 UCD130460 ) East of Mono Lake in deep alluvial bench, nearly 1 mile south of Alameda Well. Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 884. 14 Sep 1963. ( UC1338463 ) .

- Black Point, North shore, foot of black pumice hill. Frank W. Peirson 1 Aug 1933. ( UC511804 ) north shore at foot of black pumice hill (Presumably Black Point -- Ed.) Frank W. Peirson 9207. 12 Aug 1930. ( RSA90659 SD87653 ) .

- Lee Vining, on steep slope From behind Gateway Motel, slope east of main street of downtown Lee Vining Walter Knight, Irja Knight 4219. 13 Jul 1981. ( CAS649083 ) .

- Mono Lake, Henry N. Bolander 6142. 1866. ( GH387052 UC31175 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, North of the meadow, in sagebrush, just at the edge of the Jeffrey pines. Tom Schweich 887. 22 Aug 2012. ( UC UCR248618 ) . .

Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus (Hook.) Nutt. ssp. viscidiflorus.  Yellow Rabbitbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial shrub, to 1 m.; Stems woody at base, glabrous (few stray hairs), juice latex (?); Leaves alternate, entire, linear-lanceolate, to 24 mm. × 1.5 mm. wide, twisted > 360° (or not), eglandular, margin (very) sparsely ciliate; Inflorescence triangular (i.e., not flat-topped), a head enclosed by involucre, not overtopped by leaves, flowers of 1 kind, no strap-shaped corollas; Involucre, 9 mm.; Receptacle epaleate; Phyllaries 3± unequal series, tending to be aligned in vertical ranks, but not always, not transparent or scarious, eglandular; Perianth 2 or more whorls, parts 5 per whorl; Flowers all disc flowers, 5-6, open, bisexual; Pappus of many well-developed bristles; Corolla, strap-shaped 0, yellow, tube 3.5 mm. + throat 0.5 mm. + fused lobes 3.0 mm. + free lobes 0.5 mm. = 7.5 mm., throat expanding gradually above tube; Stamens = in number to corolla lobes; Ovary inferior; Pistil, 1 per flower, 6.0 mm. + stigmatic portion 1.2 mm. + appendages 1.0 mm. = 8.2 mm.; Stigmas 2; Achenes (moderately) hairy (Described from Coll. No. 137, 22 Sep 1997, Coll. No. 150, 3 Oct 1997, Coll. No. 705, 15 Nov 2011). Leaves twisted at Rush Creek and Sagehen Meadow, not in eastern Mojave. Phyllaries not in vertical ranks in eastern Mojave.

- Big Sand Flat, 2 miles east of Big Sand Flat, along Highway 120 at the junction of the Sagehen Meadow Road. Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 196. 8 Sep 1962. ( CAS490362 UC1338717 ) .

- Cowtrack Mountain, Inside old burn, appearing to be primary invader after fire. Cowtrack Mountain 5 miles southeast of Mono Lake. R. E. Douglas 50. 28 Jul 1964. ( SJSU3008 ) .

- Dechambeau Ranch, 0.5 miles northwest of Dechambeau Ranch on north shore of Mono Lake. Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 918. 6 Oct 1963. ( CAS490363 UC1338457 ) About 1 mile west of Dechambeau Sheep Ranch at Mill Creek crossing, on dry sandy soil. James L. Reveal 462. 11 Sep 1962. ( CAS490364 CS60365 RSA185199 UC1338722 ) .

- Farrington Ranch, Sun, sandy flat, Upper sonoran. S.W. side of Mono Lake, Farington Ranch, about 3½ mi. no. of Lee Vining C. B. Wolf 1376. 3 Nov 1931. ( CAS219942 DS243485 ) Upper Sonoran Farington Ranch, S.W. side of Mono Lake C. B. Wolf 2523. 3 Nov 1931. ( DS281683 DS702174 OBI5964 OBI5966 RSA2909 SD11852 ) Farington Ranch, southwest side of Mono Lake, about 3.5 miles north of Lee Vining. Carl B. Wolf 3 Nov 1931. ( UC527145 ) Farington Ranch, southwest side of Mono Lake Carl B. Wolf 3878. 3 Nov 1931. ( SD28143 ) .

- Grant Lake, Dry hillside. Hwy. 158, N end of Grant Lake. Privy Point Wendell Wood 258. 14 Aug 1970. ( HSC12803 ) .

- Lee Vining, bench 2.0 miles south of Lee Vining Jack L. Reveal 2636.1 13 Jul 1980. ( SD109199 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, Lee Vining Creek, Tioga Pass Road Elmer I. Applegate 6878. 6 Nov 1931. ( DS215759 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, Sun, dec. granite loam. Transition. ¼ mile above Lee Vining Ranger Station C. B. Wolf 1388. 5 Nov 1931. ( CAS219956 DS243498 ) Sun, dec. granite, loam. Transition (?) 2 ft. high, 3 ft. spread, trunk 2 in. diam. ¼ mile above the Lee Vining Ranger Station C. B. Wolf 2544. 5 Nov 1931. ( DS702175 OBI6004 RSA2949 ) In sun, decomposed granite loam, Transition. Carl B. Wolf 5 Nov 1931. ( UC527160 ) On moraine soil with Pinyon-Juniper. Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 191. 2 Sep 1962. ( CAS584913 CS60363 RSA185264 UC1338872 ) .

- Lower Horse Meadow, rocky moraine soil side hill north of Lower Horse Meadow J. L. Reveal 887. 1962. ( CS60362 ) .

- Mono Basin, Reported without subspecies, but see BRW #88 Winkler, David W., 1977 Near Deep Wells Road along Highway 31 (Poleline Road), in the northeast corner of Mono Lake Basin, in deep pumice sand. Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 924. 23 Oct 1962. ( UC1338455 ) .

- Mono Lake, H. N. Bolander 1866. ( UC31176 ) H. N. Bolander 6142. 1866. ( UC31174 ) Mrs. [Elizabeth C.] Wright Aug 1917. ( CAS6048 ) W. T. Swingle, F. A. Thackery, R. H. Peebles 10 Sep 1931. ( DS299118 ) .

- Mono Lake, northwest shore (as a col. locality), Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining - 70 yards southeast of cemetary on the North shore of Mono Lake J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 88. 1 Jul 1976. ( DS744324 ) . [ Soil pH 6.8 - With Gilia sp., Elymus cinereus, Cryptantha circumscissa, Chrysothamnus nauseosus, Bromus tectorum, Cryptantha watsonii, Descurainia pinnata, Oenothera dentata, Orysopsis hymenoides, Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus, Coldenia nuttallii, Artemisa tridentata, Lygodesmia spinosa, Distichlis spicata. ]

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), West side of Mono Lake. H. M. Hall 10857. 21 Sep 1918. ( UC205543 ) .

- Mono Mills, Sun, pumice gravel flat, in Yellow Pine Forest - Transition C. B. Wolf 1395. 5 Nov 1931. ( DS243460 ) Sun, pumice gravel flat, in Yellow Pine Forest - Transition C. B. Wolf 2554. 5 Nov 1931. ( DS702173 RSA3075 ) In sun, pumice gravel flat, in transition to Yellow Pine Forest. Carl B. Wolf 5 Nov 1931. ( UC527167 ) Among Jeffrey pines. Mono Mills, south of Mono Lake Elmer I. Applegate 6896. 5 Nov 1931. ( DS215706 ) .

- Mono Valley, Sandy sagebrush slope along road. Along County road betw. Mono Lake and Bodie, ca. 2 mi. from Mono Lake Roxana S. Ferris 13401. 18 Sep 1959. ( DS419793 DS419795 DS419796 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, North of the meadow and the house, on loose granitic sand slopes. Tom Schweich 705. 17 Aug 2010. ( Alameda CAS1131416 UC1980384 ) .

- Sagehen Summit, 2 mi e Big Sand Flat (along Highway 120 at the junction of the Sagehen Meadow Road) Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 196. 8 Sep 1962. ( CS60364 UC1338717 ) . .

Cirsium andersonii (A. Gray) Petr.  Rose Thistle. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Canyon, among boulders along a dry canyon bottom, scattered Jeffrey pine association Ernest C. Twisselmann 5765. 14 Sep 1959. ( JEPS31032 ) . .

Cirsium scariosum Nutt. var. congdonii (Moore & Frank.) Keil.  Meadow Thistle. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, foot of Bloody Canyon Chesnut and Drew 19 Jul 1889. ( UC34642 ) .

- Bridgeport Canyon, Road side at the upper, unnamed spring in Bridgeport Canyon, along Coyote Spring Road, 4.9 road miles north northwest of the intersection of Cottonwood Canyon Road and California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 855. 21 Jun 2012. ( CAS1157546 UC ) .

- June Lake, Lewis S. Rose 40726. 2 Jul 1940. ( UC894963 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, moist ground in grassy meadow by Lee Vining Creek Carl W. Sharsmith 5481. 6 Aug 1946. ( SJSU13485 ) .

- Walker Creek (Lower), Tom Schweich 7/24/2013. . .

Cirsium vulgare (Savi) Ten.  Bull Thistle. Weed: CAL-IPC, List: Moderate. Inyo National Forest, priority: Moderate, List: C. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Leaves, adaxial face with slender appressed bristle-like prickles.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), Moist alkaline seep dominated by Juncus nevadensis, J. americanus & Distichlis spicata. southwest side of Mono Lake, between the lake and US Highway 395 George K. Helmkamp 8 Sep 1988. ( UCR59976 ) .

- Paoha Island, Md, flat east shore A. D. Gifford 865. 20 Aug 1937. ( UC1119196 UC578003 ) . .

Conyza canadensis (L.) Cronquist.  (Syn: Erigeron canadensis (L.) Cronquist ) Canadian Horseweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Retained in Conyza per FNANM.

- Lower Horse Meadow, Meadow border on granitic substrate, growing on margin of a dirt road. Dean Wm. Taylor 16988. 24 Aug 1998. ( UC1731291 ) .

- Paoha Island, A. D. Gifford 862. 20 Aug 1937. ( UC577955 ) .

- Walker Creek (Lower), Also collected here: Eriogonum brachyanthum, and Nicotiana attenuata. Lower Walker Creek at the transition from Bloody Canyon to Pumice Valley, just below the aqueduct and Forest Road 01N17 “Farrington Siphon,” on the north side of Walker Creek. Tom Schweich 518. 2 Aug 2007. ( CAS1202034 UC ) . .

Crepis acuminata Nutt.  Tapertip Hawksbeard. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Conway Summit, along U. S. Highway 395 about 8.7 miles north of Lee Vining Darley Howe 22 Jun 1978. ( SD102792 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 100. 15 Jul 1908. ( UC485365 ) .

- Walker Lake, dry rocky ground base of Bloody Canyon near Walker Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 8728. 18 Jul 1982. ( SJSU9748 ) . .

Crepis intermedia A. Gray.  Limestone Hawksbeard. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial 6 dm tall; Leaves alternate, pinnately lobed; Infloresence a panicle with 7-19 heads; Involucre 10 mm long; Phyllaries in 2 series, 4 outer << inner, 4 inner black tipped; Receptacle naked; Flowers unable to discern color or ray vs. disk; Achenes 6, pappus of bristles (Described from Coll. No. 687, 7 Nov 2011).

- Cottonwood Canyon, Western portion of the uppermost reaches of Cottonwood Canyon, about 1 mile (1.6 km) north northwest of Mount Biedeman, and 1.75 mi (2.8 km) south of Murphy Spring. Tom Schweich 687. 25 Jul 2010. ( CAS1131435 UC1980400 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, on highway 1 1/2 miles south of Tioga Lodge E. B. Babcock 409. 30 Jun 1934. ( UC581209 ) . .

Crepis occidentalis Nutt.  (Syn: Psilochenia occidentalis (Nutt.) Nutt. ) Largeflower Hawksbeard. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Conway Summit, in sagebrush 3 miles west of Conway Pass summit near highway from Tioga Lodge to Bridgeport E. B. Babcock 411. 1 Jul 1934. ( UC581324 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, in sagebrush along highway along highway between Lee Vining and Tioga Lodge E. B. Babcock 408. 30 Jun 1934. ( UC81284 ) . .

Dieteria canescens (Pursh) A. Gray.  (Syn: Machaeranthera canescens (Pursh) A. Gray ) Hoary Tansyaster. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Canyon, bottom of canyon with sandy granitic soil about 5 miles west on road to Lundy Lake from Highway 395 Ian G. Gillespie 65. 28 Jul 2000. ( UCR133171 ) .

- Mono Basin, Listed as the synonym Machaeranthera canescens (Pursh) A. Gray. Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-12, Observation of Machaeranthera canescens per MBRG voucher . .

Eatonella nivea (D.C.Eaton) A. Gray.  White False Tickhead. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, The mature plants in the fragment packet were wet when collected 11 Sep 2011. The hairs were sticky and binding seeds and grains of sand in the mass of hairs. Approximately 0.7 mi east on Forest Road 1N23 from California Highway 120, 6.2 miles by road east of the south junction of US Highway 395 and California Highway 120. Northeast flank of a gravel pit. Tom Schweich 755. 16 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131407 UC1980490 ) The materials of this collection were combined with Coll. No. 755 when deposited at UC and CAS. Approximately 0.7 mi east on Forest Road 1N23 from California Highway 120, 6.2 miles by road east of the south junction of US Highway 395 and California Highway 120. Northeast flank of a gravel pit. Tom Schweich, with Kim Kersh 801. 11 Sep 2011. ( Combined with #755 ) .

- Paoha Island, Mary DeDecker 3790. 24 Apr 1975. ( RSA620810 ) . .

Ericameria discoidea (Nutt.) G. L. Nesom.  Whitestem Goldenbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, J. W. Congdon 16 Aug 1894. ( UC86599 ) . .

Ericameria nana Nutt.  (Syn: Haplopappus nanus (Nutt.) D. C. Eaton ) dwarf goldenbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Listed as a synonym Haplopappus nanus (Nutt.) D. C. Eaton Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-6, Observation of Haplopappus nanus per MBRG voucher . .

Ericameria nauseosa (Pall. ex Pursh) G. I. Nesom & G. I. Baird.  (Syn: Chrysocoma nauseosa Pall. Ex Pursh , Chrysothamnus nauseosus (Pall.ex Pursh) Britton ) Rubber Rabbitbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Listed as a synonym: Chrysothamnus nauseosus (Pall.ex Pursh) Britton Winkler, David W., 1977 Toft, Catherine, and Deborah Elliott-Fisk, 2002 .

- MBRG P-10, Observation of Chrysothamnus nauseosus per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-12, Observation of Chrysothamnus nauseosus per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-2, Observation of Chrysothamnus nauseosus per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-4, Observation of Chrysothamnus nauseosus per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-6, Observation of Chrysothamnus nauseosus per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-7, Observation of Chrysothamnus nauseosus per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-8, Observation of Chrysothamnus nauseosus per MBRG voucher . .

Ericameria nauseosa (Pall. ex Pursh) G. I. Nesom & G. I. Baird var. hololeuca (A.Gray) G.L.Nesom & G.I.Baird.  (Syn: Chrysothamnus nauseosus (Pall.ex Pursh) Britton ssp. hololeucus (A. Gray) H. M. Hall & Clem. ) Rubber Rabbitbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial shrub, 1 m., lacking resin pits or translucent oil glands; Stem tomentose through 2nd-3rd year; Leaves alternate, 21 mm. x 1.5 mm. wide, sessile, strap-shaped to linear, sharp-pointed, folded, ±keeled; Involucre obconic or bell-shaped; Phyllaries in several series, appearing spiral (but involucre is not elongate), not in 5± ranks, unequal, entire, mid-ribs priminent ±brown, tips acute to acuminate, margins thick (?) not papery; Flowers 1 kind, rays 0; Receptacle epaleate; Pappus of many well-developed bristles; Corolla yellow, 7-8 mm., lobes ≤1 mm.; Style appendages (1.0-1.8 mm.) < stigmas (2.2 mm.); Fruit silky hairy. (Described from Colls. No. 885 & 886, 22 August 2012).

- Bohler Canyon, Dry areas on the edge of a wet meadow along the creek in Bohler Canyon, about 2.0 mi (3.1 km) by air west of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 513. 2 Aug 2007. ( CAS1120732 UC1973765 ) .

- Dechambeau Ranch, In deep wind-blown pumice sand. In sand dunes north of Highway 31 (Pole Line Road), near De Chambeau Ranch. Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 913. 6 Oct 1963. ( UC1338458 ) In sand dunes north of Highway 31 (Pole Line Road), near De Chambeau Ranch. Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 914. 6 Oct 1963. ( UC1338456 ) In sand dunes north of Highway 31 (Pole Line Road), near De Chambeau Ranch. Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 915. 6 Oct 1963. ( UC1338453 ) .

- Lee Vining, Habitat: Great Basin Sagebrush. South of Lee Vining at junction of Tioga Pass Road and U. S. Highway 395. Joseph M. Keefe 6 Oct 1974. ( RSA669973 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, On moraine soil associated with Pinyon-Juniper Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 192. 2 Sep 1962. ( UC1338719 ) .

- Mono Basin, On deep sand and pumice. On Bodie Road near the turn off of Pole Line Road, in beach soil of old Mono Lake. Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 208. 15 Sep 1962. ( UC1338647 ) .

- Mono Lake, north shore (as a collection locality), On north shore of lake. Frank W. Peirson 9206. 12 Aug 1930. ( SD87740 ) .

- Negit Island, South slope with sage. A. D. Gifford 856. 19 Aug 1937. ( UC1119860 UC577790 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, Northwest edge of the meadow, in an area of mixed Sagebrush and Jeffrey pines. Tom Schweich 885. 22 Aug 2012. ( CAS1157596 UC ) In a recently disturbed area of brush just north-northwest of the meadow. Tom Schweich 886. 22 Aug 2012. ( CDA39241 UCR248619 ) . .

Ericameria nauseosa (Pall. ex Pursh) G. I. Nesom & G. I. Baird var. oreophila (A.Nelson) G.L.Nesom & G.I.Baird.  (Syn: Chrysothamnus nauseosus (Pall.) Britton ssp. consimilis (Greene) H. M. Hall & Clem. ) Rubber Rabbitbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial to 1 m., stem and leaves without round, ±evenly spaced resin-filled pits; Leaves, thread-like; Phyllaries in 4 series, 2-ranked, aligned vertically, tips erect; Rays 0; Disc flowers, corolla lobes 2 mm.; Style, stigma 2.0 mm., appendage 1.8 mm.; Fruit, 2.5 mm. hairy (Described from Coll. No. 1025, 24 Jul 2014).

- Black Point, Shrub 5 feet tall. Black Point on northwest shore of Mono Lake. Carl W. Sharsmith 9228. 18 Aug 1991. ( SJSU14679 ) .

- Dechambeau Ranch, in deep heavy beach alluvial Hot Springs Flat, 1/2 mile east of Dechambeau Ranch Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 916. 6 Oct 1963. ( UC1338472 ) .

- Farrington Ranch, Upper Sonoran. Owens Valley, southwest side of Mono Lake, Farington Ranch, ca 3.5 mi N of Lee Vining. Carl B. Wolf 2524. 3 Nov 1931. ( UCR143383 ) .

- Fern Creek, Mary DeDecker 1292. 14 Aug 1960. ( RSA624281 ) .

- Goat Ranch, "Rubber series no. 467; Rubber 1.736%" near Goat Ranch north side of Mono Lake H. M. Hall 10862. 22 Sep 1918. ( UC203076 ) near Goat Ranch north side of Mono Lake H. M. Hall 10864. 9/22/1918. ( UC203067 ) .

- Mill Creek, on dry sandy soil Mill Creek Canyon about 1 mile west of Dechambeau Sheep Camp James L. Reveal 463. 11 Sep 1962. ( UC1338721 ) .

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 .

- Mono Lake, north shore (as a collection locality), On the north shore of the lake. Frank W. Peirson 9205. 12 Aug 1930. ( SD87741 ) .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), southwest of Mono Lake H. M. Hall 10846. 19 Sep 1918. ( UC203084 ) .

- Mono Mills, sun, pumice gravel flat, in Yellow Pine Forest, Transition Carl B. Wolf 5 Nov 1931. ( UC527129 ) sun, pumice gravel flat, in Yellow Pine Forest, Transition Carl B. Wolf 5 Nov 1931. ( UC527130 ) .

- Pumice Valley, in deep pumice sand Pumice Valley west of the Mono Craters, south of Mono Lake Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 879. 8 Sep 1963. ( UC1338446 ) .

- Walker Creek (Lower), In Pumice Valley, along old US Highway 395 just south of the crossing of Walker Creek, about 4.5 miles by road south of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1025. 24 Jul 2013. ( CAS1202030 UC ) . .

Ericameria nauseosa (Pall. ex Pursh) G. I. Nesom & G. I. Baird var. speciosa (Nutt.) G.L.Nesom & G.I.Baird.  (Syn: Chrysothamnus nauseosus (Pall.) Britton ssp. albicaulis (Nutt.) H. M. Hall & Clem. ) Rubber Rabbitbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Conway Summit, south slope in sage 1.1 miles southeast of Conway Summit T. M. Hendrix 605. 30 Aug 1937. ( UC1119845 ) .

- Lee Vining, Common. Near Lee Vining. Helen V. Witham 626. 13 Oct 1969. ( SD76209 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, dry slope of canyon George B. Rossbach 523. 17 Oct 1954. ( JEPS17969 UC1073278 ) south slope H. M. Hall 10852. 9/20/1918. ( UC203098 ) Dry bank. Near foot of Lee Vining Canyon T. M. Neely 31 Aug 1972. ( SJSU6316 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, Lee Vining Creek Canyon, 1/4 mile above Lee Vining Ranger Station. Carl B. Wolf 2543. 5 Nov 1931. ( SD11853 ) Lee Vining Creek Canyon, 1/4 mile above the Ranger Station. Carl B. Wolf 4183. 17 Aug 1932. ( SD40904 ) Lee Vining Creek below Ranger Station. Jack L. Reveal 2637. 13 Jul 1980. ( SD109325 ) along the side hills in glacial moraine 1/2 mile east of the Lee Vining Ranger Station Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 925. 10/23/1963. ( UC1338429 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 19 Aug 1908. ( UC195540 ) .

- Lundy Lake, Transition, sun, rocky slope north side of Lundy Lake Carl B. Wolf 4 Nov 1931. ( UC527157 ) .

- Maloney Place, on gravelly soil Maloney's Place on the north shore of Mono Lake James L. Reveal and Jack L. Reveal 193. 3 Sep 1962. ( UC1338716 ) .

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 n deep pumice sand and old beach alluvial 2 1/2 miles east of Highway 395 on Highway 31 (Pole Line Road) north of Mono Lake Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 911. 29 Sep 1963. ( UC1338452 ) .

- Mono Craters, in deep pumice sand 1 mile east of the Mono Craters, north end of Mono Craters, along Highway 120 Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 878. 9 Sep 1963. ( UC1338470 ) .

- Mono Lake, border of Mono Lake Henry N. Bolander 6143. 1866. ( UC31186 ) .

- Mono Lake, south shore (as a collection locality), south side of Mono Lake H. M. Hall 10845. 19 Sep 1918. ( UC203095 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, near Tioga Lodge west shore of Mono Lake C. J. Kraebel 27 Sep 1930. ( UC420779 ) slope above lake Ethel Crum 1530. 17 Sep 1933. ( UC903232 ) 1 mile south of Hammonds, west of Mono Lake H. M. Hall 10853. 20 Sep 1918. ( UC203100 UC404031 ) among rocks south of Hammonds, belt on slopes west of lake H. M. Hall 10854. 9/20/1918. ( UC203101 ) "Hammonds" H. M. Hall 10858. 21 Sep 1918. ( UC203097 ) "Hammonds" H. M. Hall 10859. 21 Sep 1918. ( UC203096 ) . .

Ericameria parryi (A. Gray) G. I. Nesom & G. I. Baird var. aspera (Greene) G. L. Nesom & G. I. Baird.  Rough Rabbitbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, dry pumice flats road to Benton, 12 miles southeast of Lee Vining (Location uncertain - Ed.) Lewis S. Rose 68139. 17 Jul 1968. ( JEPS59934 SBBG32400 ) .

- Bloody Canyon, Bloody Canon Unknown 13 Aug 1898. ( UC31165 ) .

- Little Sand Flat, Open pumice flat surrounded by Pinus jeffryi and P. contorta forest. Deep pumice ashfall from Mono Craters W. Along 4WD road cutting across south tip of flat, PLSS: 01S27E36, NE 1/4 of SE 1/4. Michael Honer 1217. 21 Jul 2001. ( UC1786950 UC1786955 ) .

- Mono Mills, coarse pumice sand, slope 3%, disturbed areas in old Mono Mills burn E. C. Nord and W. R. Bentley 68. 1 Aug 1957. ( UC1093142 ) sandy soil in open forest of Pinus ponderosa H. M. Hall 11705. 15 Sep 1921. ( UC217116 ) .

- Mount Biedeman, 1 mile south of Mount Biedman A. D. Gifford 22063. 15 Sep 1937. ( UC579398 ) .

- Pumice Valley, in loose lava soil in Sagebrush climax H. M. Hall 10903. 1 Sep 1923. ( UC221406 ) .

- Railroad Sand Flat, Growing in loose volcanic cinder sand. Near the former Bodie & Benton Railway roadbed about 50 m north of Forest Road 01S91 “Old Stationhouse Road”, 3 miles by that road south of Mono Mills. Tom Schweich 991. 20 Jun 2013. ( Alameda ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, on pumice soil Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 197. 2 Sep 1962. ( UC1338718 ) . .

Ericameria parryi (A. Gray) G. I. Nesom & G. I. Baird var. monocephala (A. Nelson & P. B. Kenn.) G. I. Nesom & G. I. Baird.  (Syn: Chrysothamnus p. (A. Gray) Greene ssp. monocephalus (A. Nelson & P. B. Kenn.) H. M. Hall & Clem. ) One-Headed Rabbitbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Bludy Canon Unknown 16 Aug 1894. ( UC87226 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 224. 8 Sep 1908. ( UC195489 ) .

- Mono Basin, . .

Ericameria parryi (A. Gray) G. I. Nesom & G. I. Baird var. nevadensis (A. Gray) G. L. Nesom & G. I. Baird.  (Syn: Chrysothamnus p. (A. Gray) Greene ssp. nevadensis (A. Gray) H. M. Hall & Clem. ) Parry's Rabbitbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, dry upland site on terminal morainal debris in scrub about 1.5 miles upstream from Ranger Station Dean Wm. Taylor 15584. 15 Sep 1995. ( JEPS90491 JEPS90494 ) . .

Ericameria parryi (A. Gray) G. I. Nesom & G. I. Baird var. vulcanica (Greene) G. I. Nesom & G. I. Baird.  (Syn: Chrysothamnus p. (A. Gray) Greene ssp. vulcanicus (Greene) H. M. Hall & Clem. ) Vulcan Rabbitbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, very sparsely vegetated area Big Sand Flat along CA Hwy 120 at Pilot Spring Rd (southeast of Mono Lake) George K. Helmkamp 2327. 10 Sep 1997. ( UCR102566 ) .

- Mono Basin, . .

Erigeron aphanactis (A. Gray) Greene var. aphanactis.  Rayless Shaggy Fleabane. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb to 10 cm; Stem branched in proximal 1/2; Leaves entire, cauline reduced; Inforesence 1-few-flowered; Phyllaries in 2 series, 5 mm x 1 mm wide, hairy, not enfolding marginal achenes, margins white (scarious), tips green to brown (not black); Flowers rays absent, disk flowers yellow; Achenes with a pappus of 12± bristles (Described from Coll. No. 769, 22 Jan 2012).

- Horseshoe Canyon Moraine, On the ridge of Horseshoe Canyon Moraine overlooking Grant Lake, 1.4 miles south of the Rush Creek Return Ditch Gatehouse on Forest Road 1S104. Tom Schweich 769. 20 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131403 UC1980477 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, Alice M. Ottley 1074. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS41416 ) .

- Mill Creek, near Mill Creek on plain at northwest corner of Mono Lake R. F. Hoover 5420. 5 Jul 1941. ( UC762716 ) .

- Negit Island, sage, south slope A. D. Gifford 857. 19 Aug 1937. ( UC1118120 ) . .

Erigeron breweri A. Gray var. breweri.  Brewer's Fleabane. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, Herbert L. Mason 11490. 1 Aug 1936. ( UC712477 ) . .

Erigeron clokeyi Cronquist var. pinzliae G. L. Nesom.  Clokey's Fleabane. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, "Bloody Canon" R. A. Gibbs 1 Aug 1898. ( UC73996 ) . .

Erigeron compositus Pursh.  (Syn: Erigeron compositus Pursh var. discoideus A. Gray , Erigeron compositus Pursh var. glabratus Macoun ) Cutleaf Daisy. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, "Bludy Canon" Unknown 16 Aug 1894. ( UC87793 ) . .

Erigeron coulteri Porter.  Large Mountain Fleabane. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 26 Jul 1889. ( UC34632 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, in meadow along Lee Vining Creek, about 8 miles from Mono Post Office Beecher Crampton 275. 10 Jul 1941. ( UCD38112 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 55. 29 Jun 1908. ( UC148768 ) .

- Reversed Creek, grasslands near stream Reverse Creek, Silver Lake Region Frank W. Peirson 6143. 28 Jun 1925. ( SD87804 ) . .

Erigeron divergens Torr. & A. Gray.  Spreading Fleabane. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual or short-lived perennial, to 15 cm., tap-rooted, ±spreading hairy throughout, becoming minutely glandular above, hairs multicellular with clear crosswalls; Leaves, basal, absent or withered; cauline, alternate, petiole ±10 mm. + blade ±12 mm. × 2.4 mm. wide, uniformly hairy, somewhat reduced above; Inflorescence, heads borne singly on leafy stems, peduncles spreading or decurved, but cannot be described as “heads nodding;” Involucre, 3 mm. × limb 12 mm.; Receptacle, epaleate; Flowers, 2 kinds; Rays, corolla, 3.5 mm., white fading blue; Disk flowers, corolla, 1.7 mm., yellow; Pappus, short scales and longer capillary bristles, similar on ray and disk flowers; Cypsela, 0.8 mm. (Described from Coll. No. 1489. 13 July 2016).

- Dechambeau Ranch, swale in open field Deschambeaus Ranch near northwest shore of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 7623. 29 Aug 1969. ( SJSU4646 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, Alice M. Ottley 1092. 6 Jul 1920. ( JEPS41789 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, granitic rock outcrops in Lee Vining Canyon Dean Wm. Taylor 6508. 23 Jun 1977. ( JEPS89699 ) . .

Erigeron eatonii A. Gray var. sonnei (Greene) G. L. Neson.  Sonne's Daisy. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bridgeport Canyon, W of road in Bridgeport Canyon, 2.8 mi. from Mormon Meadow, PLSS: 03N26E09. Tim Messick 1004. 21 Jun 1980. ( HSC80599 ) Along Coyote Springs Road, about 1/3 mile southeast of the pass, at a watercourse crossing the road from southwest to northeast, 6½ miles by road north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 968. 22 May 2013. ( CAS1160957 RENO64687 UC ) . .

Erigeron lonchophyllus Hook.  (Syn: Trimorpha lonchophylla (Hook.) G. L. Nesom ) Short Ray Fleabane. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb to 2 dm; Leaves basal and cauline, basal narrowly elliptic, petiole 2 cm, blade 5 cm, 7mm wide, cauline alternate linear; Phyllaries in 3 series, outer 1/2 x inner 2 series, scarious only on edges, purple tips; Flowers white, rays absent inconspicuous, pistillate and staminate flowers in same head, outer flowers without corollas; Achenes with a pappus of bristles (Described from Coll. No. 709, 16 Nov 2011).

- Big Sand Flat, Wet area where Dry Creek enters Big Sand Flat. Tom Schweich 709. 26 Aug 2010. ( CAS1131420 UC1980380 ) .

- June Lake, wet meadow at head of June Lake Freda Detmers 27 Aug 1933. ( UCR20411 ) . .

Erigeron philadelphicus L.  Philadelphia Fleabane. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, found in pasture Robert D. Briggs 96. 2 Apr 1966. ( CHSC3655 ) . .

Erigeron pygmaeus (A. Gray) Greene.  Pygmy Fleabane. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, J. W. Congdon 16 Aug 1894. ( UC87595 UC87597 ) . .

Eriophyllum lanatum (Pursh) J. Forbes var. integrifolium (Hook.) Smiley.  (Syn: E. monoense Rydb. ) Oregon Sunshine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial subshrub, not thistle-like; Leaves entire to 3-(5-)lobed (not compound), margins flat; Headsradiate, > 15 mm wide including ligules (obs: 17-18 mm wide); Phyllaries 5-10 or < 15 (1 obs = 8), keeled; Receptacle naked; Flowers not all ligulate, color yellow; Ray flowers present ±8 (1 obs = 7); Achenes with a small crown-like pappus of scales (Described from Coll. No. 681, 3 Nov 2011).

- Dry Creek, Sandy soils among Jeffrey pines near the top of Dry Creek, near the intersection of Forest Roads 1S55 and 1S56. Tom Schweich 681. 23 Jul 2010. ( CAS1131432 UC1980358 ) .

- Mono Basin, under Jeffrey Pine highway south of Mono Lake Annie M. Alexander and Louise Kellogg 1824. 3 Jul 1940. ( UC669143 ) .

- Mono Craters, volcanic gravel, open places among Jeffrey pines east slopes of Mono Craters Rimo Bacigaluipi and L. Constance 3840. 3 Jul 1952. ( JEPS5178 ) near summit of volcanic hills south of Mono Lake Wm. H. Brewer 1823. 8 Jul 1863. ( UC31733 ) . [ Type of E. monoense Rydb. ]

- Sagehen Peak, Scattered along roadsides and edge of Aspen woodland, with Symphoricarpos rotundifolius, Linanthus pungens. Populus tremuloides woodland bisected by road, surrounded by open slopes of Artemisia tridentata / Purshia tridentata scrub. Ashy pumice alluvium above contact of granitic and basaltic bedrock. Glass Mountain Region Sagehen Peak area; along FS Rd. 1N02 near SW base of Sagehen Peak. Michael Honer 988. 21 Jun 2001. ( RSA680697 UC1787106 ) . .

Gnaphalium palustre Nutt.  Western Marsh Cudweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, wet seepage area along side of highway 5 miles north of Mono Lake (town) along west side of Highway #395 Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1704. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1192115 ) .

- Paoha Island, A. D. Gifford 863. 20 Aug 1937. ( UC577883 ) .

- Rush Creek, Found in a collection of Mimulus pilosa from this location. Sandy areas on recently flooded banks of Rush Creek, 2.7 mi. downstream from US Highway 395, and 1.6 mi. upstream from Test Station Road. Tom Schweich 719.1 30 Aug 2010. ( Discarded ) . .

Grindelia camporum Greene.  Great Valley Gumweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, Dry roadside. Robert L. Rutherford 2449. 25 Aug 1944. ( POM359066 ) . .

Grindelia squarrosa (Pursh) Dunal var. serrulata (Rydb.) Steyerm.  Curlycup Gumweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Conway Summit, East side of US Highway 395 just north of Conway Summit. Tom Schweich 893. 24 Aug 2012. ( CAS1157594 CDA39242 UC ) .

- Simis Ranch, 1.3 miles northwest of Tioga Lodge, PLSS: S24, T2N, R25E. A. D. Gifford 894. 1 Sep 1937. ( RSA122474 UC579428 ) open field Simis Ranch (Sylvester Ranch), Deschambeau Creek near west shore of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 7625. n.d.. ( SJSU4572 ) sub-irrigated dry meadow border northwest corner of Mono Lake, Dechambeau Creek, Simis place Jack L. Reveal 2638. 13 Jul 1980. ( SD109189 ) . .

Helenium bigelovii A. Gray.  Bigelow's Sneeze Weed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, Stems, to 50 cm. (hanging over a creek from the bank); Leaves, alternate, cauline, lanceolate, slightly arcuate, entire, largest 13 cm. × 2.6 cm. wide, decurrent on stem 4.5 cm. forming wings; Heads, single on peduncle 15 cm., composed of two kinds of flowers, some with strap-shaped corollas; Phyllaries, 2 series, overlapping slightly, ±equal, reflexed; Receptacle, epaleate, smooth, spheric; Ray, yellow, corolla withering (not papery); Pappus of well-developed scales, #±6, ± equal (Described from Coll. No. 1027, 24 Jul 2013).

- Reversed Creek, Moist stream bank. June Lake (Rush Creek). Willa Rutherford 2727. 31 Aug 1944. ( POM359740 ) .

- Silver Lake, Grassy area. Hwy. 158. S end of Silver Lake. Wendel Wood 210. 5 Aug 1970. ( HSC11981 ) .

- Walker Creek (Lower), Pumice Valley, along the bank of Walker Creek, just above the crossing of old US Highway 395, growing in the creek bank and hanging over the creek. Tom Schweich 1027. 24 Jul 2013. ( UC UCR262134 ) . .

Helianthus annuus L.  Common Sunflower. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, Leevining [Lee Vining] Creek, Tioga road Elmer I. Applegate 6873.1 3 Nov 1931. ( DS215837 ) . .

Helianthus nuttallii Torr. & A. Gray ssp. nuttallii.  Nuttall's Sunflower. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, marshy seepage area 2.5 miles north of Lee Vining on west shore of Mono Lake Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1724. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1192216 ) . .

Hieracium horridum Fr.  Prickly Hawkweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, open west slope of small lava butte about 19 miles south of Mono Lake near Crest View Lincoln Constance 2413. 7 Aug 1938. ( UC614541 ) . .

Hulsea vestita A. Gray.  Pumice Alpinegold. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, very sparsely vegetated area Big Sand Flat along California Highway 120 at Pilot Spring Road (southeast of Mono Lake) George K. Helmkamp 2329. 10 Sep 1997. ( SD2329 UCR102563 ) Sand Flat on Benton-Mono Road Joseph and Hilda W. Grinnell 1056.1 16 Jun 1937. ( UC569579 ) dry pumice flats 12 miles southeast of Lee Vining on the road to Benton Lewis S. Rose 68140. 17 Jul 1968. ( JEPS59933 ) .

- June Lake, In coarse sand of public beach at east end of lake. eastern end of June Lake James B. Roof and Irja 15 Jul 1964. ( JEPS35726 ) .

- Mono Craters, in completely open places, pumice flats pumice flats between Mono Craters and the southeast end of Mono Lake Arthur J. Cronquist 11085. 25 Jul 1973. ( UC1399862 ) pumice gravels and sands with Calyptridium umbellatum var caudiciferum & Mimulus coccineus north coulee of Mono Craters Carl W. Sharsmith 8259. 10 Jul 1977. ( SJSU7479 ) bare pumice and obsidian slope southeast slope of Mono Craters Laura Lorraine 6 Aug 1938. ( UC604907 ) volcanic gravel, open spaces among pines, e slopes craters east slopes of Mono Craters Rimo Bacigalupi (with Lincoln Constance) 3839. 3 Jul 1952. ( JEPS13965 SD51658 ) very dry volcanic ashes near summit ISOTYPE! south of Mono Lake in volcanic mountains near summit Wm. H. Brewer 1824. 8 Jul 1863. ( UC32860 ) .

- Mono Lake, In cold, nearly barren coarse sand. Sand flat south of Mono Lake. H. M. Hall 11703. 15 Sep 1921. ( UC217463 ) .

- Mono Mills, in a very broad barren pumice field in pine woods 8.5 miles east of U. S. Highway 395 at Mono Lake Ernest C. Twisselmann 5722. 12 Sep 1959. ( JEPS27852 ) on pumice flats or washes which are otherwise nearly barren sand flat near Mono Mills Victor Duran 3342. 15 Jul 1932. ( UC519670 ) .

- Wilson Butte, soft, powdery volcanic pumice bordering dry lake East of Wilson Butte off Highway 395 and about 3 miles east of June Lake, PLSS location: 02S30E09. R. D. Goeden 79813. 26 Jul 1998. ( UCR107725 ) . [ Collector's PLSS location would be over in Sawmill Canyon northeast of Glass Mountain. Not sure of the source of geographic coordinates at CoCH, but they seem reasonable. ] .

Hulsea vestita A. Gray ssp. vestita.  Pumice Alpinegold. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, Sand Flat along State Highway 120 (road to Benton), 13.6 miles east of junction with US Highway 395 F. T. Ralph 202. 25 Jun 1959. ( SBBG15529 UCSB6531 ) very sparsely vegetated area Big Sand Flat along California Highway 120 at Pilot Spring Road (southeast of Mono Lake) George K. Helmkamp 2329. 10 Sep 1997. ( SD2329 UCR102563 ) on dry pumice sand soil southeast of Mono Lake along Highway 120 on Sand Flat James L. Reveal and Caroline G. Reveal 355. 16 Jun 1962. ( UC1339689 ) sagebrush slopes and open bolsas along Calif Highway 120, on road burn (berm? - Ed.), 11.5 miles east of junction with US Highway 395 Rimo Bacigalupi 3507. 11 Aug 1951. ( SD46191 ) Also collected at this site: Abronia turbinata, Calyptridium umbellatum, Lupinus duranii, and Mimulus nanus var. mephiticus. Collected at the base of the slope on the northwest side of Big Sand Flat, the opposite side of the flat from California Highway 120, about 13 1/2 miles east of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 464. 25 Jun 2007. ( CAS1131479 UC1980443 ) In very soft sandy soil near mouth of Dry Creek where it enters Big Sand Flat, and near California Highway 120. Tom Schweich 641. 5 Jul 2010. ( UC1973786 ) .

- Mono Craters, herb growing in pumice talus collected 6.9 miles east of US Highway 395 along State Highway 120 near the Mono Crater Dieter H. Wilken 8200. 29 Jul 1969. ( UCSB26739 ) State Hwy 120 about 10 miles southeast of Lee Vining on the northeast side of Mono Craters F. C. Vasek 5706262. 26 Jun 1957. ( UCR4550 ) sand flat with Hulsea, Eriogonum, and Lupinus Common; dominating the entire sand flat along with Lupinus duranii and Eriogonum spergulinum Pumice Mine Road 0.9 miles north of Devil's Punch Bowl George K. Helmkamp 4435. 13 Aug 1998. ( UCR123396 ) in pumice flat east of Craters east of Mono Craters on Benton Road Roxana S. Ferris 12578. 4 Sep 1952. ( JEPS3345 ) .

- Mono Mills, flat, wash near Mono Hills (Mono Mills? -- Ed.) Victor Duran 2363. 15 Jul 1932. ( SBBG28008 ) .

- Pumice Valley, June Lake area, Highway 158 at June Lake Junction Kathy Harper 25 Jul 1989. ( UCR62184 ) . .

Ionactis alpina (Nutt.) Greene.  (Syn: Aster scopulorum A. Gray ) Lava Ankle-Aster. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, tufted herb, to 8 cm.; Stem unarmed; Leaves, alternate, sessile, 5.5 mm. × 2 mm. wide, firm, oblong, tip acuminate, margin white, entire, scabrous; Inflorescence of two kinds of flowers, radiate; Heads solitary; Receptacle, epaleate (single ring of paleae buried among the disk flowers); Phyllaries, in 3 ±defined series, graduated, outer < inner, inner bases white, tips herbaceous, margin scarious, veins 1, resin-filled unknown; Rays, blue, oblong, style present; Disk, corolla, yellow; Pappus of well-developed bristles, #>20, few short outer bristles, many long inner bristles, cylindric, short plumose (Described from Coll. No. 966, 22 May 2013). Nine other collections in the Bodie Hills. One collection (CAS277426) from Long Valley that needs confirmation.

- Bridgeport Canyon, thin basalt soils at summit Jack L. Reveal 1113. 13 Jun 1965. ( SD87938 ) Along Coyote Springs Road, about ⅓ mile southeast of the pass, at a watercourse crossing the road from southwest to northeast, 6½ miles by road north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 966. 22 May 2013. ( CAS1161740 UC UCR250005 ) .

- Mono Basin, . .

Iva axillaris Pursh.  (Syn: I. a. Pursh ssp. robustior (Hook.) Basset ) Povertyweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, herb, to 50 cm; Stems ascending; Leaves alternate, all cauline, lanceolate, 20 mm x 5 mm wide, margin entire, tendrils 0; tip obtuse, both faces alike, strigose, gland-dotted, petiole 2 mm; Inflorescence, a head enclosed in an involucre, head disciform (ray flowers 0); [Perianth, 2 or more whorls, 4 or 5 parts per whorl;] Phyllaries, few, 1 series, fused, margins green; Flowers, not imbedded in wooly hairs, open, of 2 kinds, all with corollas, staminate and pistillate flowers in same head, outer flowers pistillate; Palea, linear; Ovary inferior; Pappus 0; Petals fused into a ring; Pistil 1; Style tip branched (should be truncate or tack-shaped); Stamens, number equals corolla lobes; Anthers fused (?) (Described from Coll. No. 895, 24 August 2013).

- Coyote Spring, 60 m west of Coyote Spring in Bridgeport Canyon, 4.1 miles by road, north northwest of the intersection of Cottonwood Canyon Road and California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 895. 24 Aug 2012. ( CAS1157593 UC ) .

- Larkin Lake, Larkin Lake in Trench Canyon Dean Wm. Taylor 7776. 15 Jul 1980. ( JEPS89787 ) . .

Madia glomerata Hook.  Mountain Tarweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bodie Hills, This collection was an attempt to relocate Tim Messick #1155 of Madia gracilis (HSC81306). Outside the Mono Lake basin, along Coyote Springs Road, 0.9 miles south of California Highway 270. Tom Schweich 894. 24 Aug 2012. ( UC ) .

- Reversed Creek, Open sunny waste place that may have been mowed earlier in the season. In a open field at the west end of Minaret Road, Peterson Tract, south of the Reverse Creek Lodge, and 2 miles west of the town of June Lake (as measured from the Tiger Bar). Tom Schweich 902. 25 Aug 2012. ( CAS1157699 UC UCR248615 ) . .

Madia gracilis (Sm.) D. D. Keck & J. C. Clausen ex Applegate.  Grassy Tarweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, to 6 cm.; Stems, red-brown, more hairy proximally, stalked black glandular distally; Leaves, cauline, opposite, 5 mm. × 1.3 mm. wide, hairy, light-colored glandular, margin entire, tip rounded; Inflorescence, not showy, open, heads borne singularly; Peduncles, to 4 mm.; Phyllaries, completely enclosing flowers, persistent, glands stalked, black; Ray flowers, 0-3, fruit, 2 mm. × 0.8 mm., not compressed side-to-side, maybe 3-angled, black; Disc flowers ≤5, bisexual, corolla 1.7 mm., yellow; Anthers light brown. (Described from Coll. No. 1194, 26 Jun 2015).

- Grant Lake, Sandy, dry northwest slope above Grant Lake, at the south end of Forest Road 01S30 “Grant Lake”, 125 m southeast of the nominal shore, and 25 m above nominal lake level. Tom Schweich 1194. 26 Jun 2015. ( UC ) .

- Silver Lake, About hillside spring on canyon slope west of camp. F. W. Peirson 7572. 27 Jul 1927. ( CAS187559 RSA94368 ) . .

Malacothrix glabrata A. Gray.  Desert Dandelion. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Negit Island, plentiful on volcanic gravel at the southeast part of the island Mary DeDecker 3789. 25 Apr 1975. ( RSA620811 ) .

- Paoha Island, Herbert L. Mason 15214. 24 Jun 1963. ( UC1275794 ) . .

Packera cana (Hook.) W. A. Weber & Á. Löve.  (Syn: Senecio canus Hook. ) Woolly Groundsel. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 17. 20 Jun 1908. ( UC148727 ) . .

Pleiacanthus spinosus (Nutt.) Rydb.  (Syn: Lygodesmia spinosa (Nutt.) Tomb , Stephanomeria spinosa (Nutt.) Tomb ) Thorny Skeletonweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Black Point, foot of black pumice hill north shore of Mono Lake Frank W. Peirson 1 Aug 1933. ( UC511805 ) .

- Lee Vining, Darley F. Howe 2 Aug 1969. ( SD73149 ) .

- Mono Basin, Listed as a synonym Lygodesmia spinosa (Nutt.) Tomb. Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, in gravel near Mono Lake Jens Clausen 805. 23 Aug 1933. ( UC547757 ) .

- MBRG P-2, Observation of Lygodesma spinosa per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-4, Observation of Lygodesmia spinosa per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-6, Observation of Lygodesmia spinosa per MBRG voucher .

- Tioga Lodge, on chaparral slopes [Hammond Station] H. M. Hall 10855. 21 Sep 1918. ( UC205539 ) . .

Psathyrotes annua (Nutt.) A. Gray.  Annual Psathyrotes. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Black Point, loose black volcanic lapilli northwest shore of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 9227. 18 Aug 1991. ( SJSU14689 ) .

- Dechambeau Ranch, veg type Mzl, slope flat 0.9 miles east-southeast of Dechambeau's Ranch T. M. Hendrix 609. 30 Aug 1937. ( UC1070074 ) .

- Mill Creek, dry pumice-gravels near edge of lake west end of Mono Lake near outlet of Mill Creek Carl W. Sharsmith 6460. 30 Aug 1957. ( SJSU2010 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, pumice gravels and sand by south shore of Mono Lake about 0.5 miles west of inlet of Rush Creek Carl W. Sharsmith 5479. 6 Aug 1946. ( SJSU7253 ) .

- Mono Lake, herb growing in alkaline soil, along shore of lake C. Simis 10 Sep 1964. ( UCSB18801 ) Henry N. Bolander 6130. 1866. ( UC35738 ) On the southwest shore of Mono Lake, 0.75 mi (1.2 km) northwest of South Tufa. Tom Schweich 525. 2 Aug 2007. ( CAS1121457 UC1973755 ) .

- MBRG P-1, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-8, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- Mono Lake, north shore (as a collection locality), gravelly alkaline soil, vegetation very sparse north beach of lake Roman Gankin 246. 30 Aug 1957. ( UC1087520 UCD18633 ) .

- Mono Lake, northwest shore (as a col. locality), soil dry, gravelly and alkaline northwest shore of Mono Lake Rimo Bacigalupi and Gronkin 246. 30 Aug 1957. ( JEPS18994 ) . .

Pseudognaphalium thermale (E. E. Nelson) G. L. Nesom.  (Syn: Gnaphalium canescens DC. ssp. thermale (E. E. Nelson) Stebbins & D. J. Keil ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Lake, veg. type J, Atr, slope south 1 mile northeast of Lundy Lake T. M. Hendrix 581. 24 Aug 1937. ( UC1118459 UC577758 ) .

- Mono Basin, . .

Pyrrocoma apargioides (A. Gray) Greene.  Alpine Flames. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Walker Lake, road from Walker Lake to Mono Lake Unknown 18 Aug 1894. ( UC86646 ) . .

Pyrrocoma lanceolata (Hook.) Greene.  (Syn: Haplopappus lanceolatus (Hook.) Torr. & A. Gray ) Intermountain Pyrrocoma. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 . .

Pyrrocoma lanceolata (Hook.) Greene var. lanceolata.  Intermountain Pyrrocoma. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, Broad sand flat of coarse pumice soil, bordered by Pinus jeffryi forest on S, Atremesia tridentata scrub on N, with few shrubs on flat near turnoff to Crroked Meadows (FS Rd 1S17) Michael Honer 25 Jul 2001. ( RSA700588 ) associated species Calyptridium umbellatum, Lupinus duranii, Chrysothamnus parryi, Gayophytum diffusum, Elymus elymoides, Mimulus mephiticus, Achnatherum occidentale. Uncommon but widespread across flat. Broad sand flat of coarse pumice soil, bordered by Pinus jeffryi forest on S, Atremesia tridentata scrub on N, with few shrubs on flat. Michael Honer 1359.2 25 Jul 2001. ( UC1786836 ) Uncommon but widespread across flat, with Calyptridium umbellatum, Lupinus duranii, Chrysothamnus parryi, Gayophytum diffusum, Elymus elymoides, Mimulus mephiticus, Achnatherum occidentale along Hwy 120, near turnoff to Crooked Meadows (FS. Rd. 1S17), 01S28E16, NW 1/4 of NW 1/4. Michael Honer 1359.2 25 Jul 2001. ( UC1786836 ) . .

Pyrrocoma racemosa (Nutt.) Torr. & A. Gray var. paniculata (Nutt.) Kartesz & Gandhi.  Clustered Goldenweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb to 35 cm; Stem curved ascending, sparsely tomentose; Leaves alternate, reduced above, narrowly oblanceolate, either sessile or with winged petiole, small-serrate, glabrous; Heads 3, 15-20 mm across, racemose (not flat-topped clusters), not gummy/sticky; Pedicels 4-5 cm; Phyllaries in > 2 series, to 7 mm, white margined below, green tip 2 mm x 1 mm wide; Receptacle naked; Flowers both ray and disc, yellow; Achenes silky pubescent, with a pappus of bristles of uniform length (one series) (Described from Coll. No. 710, 17 Nov 2011).

- Big Sand Flat, Wet area where Dry Creek enters Big Sand Flat. Tom Schweich 710. 26 Aug 2010. ( UC1980421 ) .

- Mono Lake, Mono Lake J. W. Congdon 17 Aug 1898. ( UC86532 ) .

- Mono Lake, northwest shore (as a col. locality), 3.2 miles east of Stage Station (Hammond's? -- Ed.) northwest of Mono Lake T. M. Hendrix 630. 18 Sep 1937. ( UC579362 ) . .

Pyrrocoma racemosa (Nutt.) Torr. & A. Gray var. sessiliflora (Greene) G. K. Br. & D. J. Keil.  Clustered Goldenweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Lake, north shore (as a collection locality), in rather hard ground back of beach back of beach on north shore of Mono Lake Frank W. Peirson 10762. 31 Jul 1933. ( JEPS20190 ) . .

Senecio fremontii Torr. & A. Gray var. occidentalis A. Gray.  dwarf mountain ragwort. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC34658 ) . .

Senecio hydrophiloides Rydb.  Tall Groundsel. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Lake, marshy subsaline area (moisture from Mill Creek) by north shore of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 8733. 7 Sep 1982. ( SJSU9711 ) marshy meadow west shore of Mono Lake near outlet of Mill Creek Carl W. Sharsmith 9218. 18 Aug 1991. ( SJSU14673 ) . .

Senecio hydrophilus Nutt.  Alkali-Marsh Butterweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Herbaceous plant of sand bar in Rush Creek delta, likely with some alkali, life history, rhizome, or caudex unknown, mostly glabrous; Leaves, basal: rosette unknown, lower: petiole 10 cm, not winged, blade to 33 cm × 6.5 cm wide, lanceolate, entire, upper: reduced in size, to 11 cm × 3 cm wide, sessile, denticulate; Heads radiate; Phyllaries in 1 series, tip dark, margin scarious; Receptacle epaleate; Flowers, ray pistillate, 11 mm, disc bisexual; Pappus of well-developed equal bristles in a single series; Corolla yellow; cypsela 3 mm, glabrous (Described from Coll. No. 907, 26 Aug 2012).

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 .

- Mono Lake, Herbert L. Mason 11495. 1 Aug 1936. ( UC1081541 ) .

- Mono Lake County Park, Wet meadows and willow thickets. Northwest shore. Dean Wm. Taylor 7654. 3 Sep 1979. ( JEPS88656 ) .

- Rush Creek delta, On the edge of a fresh-water lagoon, southeast side of the Rush Creek delta, very near the alkaline water of Mono Lake. Tom Schweich 907. 26 Aug 2012. ( CAS1157552 UC ) . .

Senecio integerrimus Nutt. var. exaltatus (Nutt.) Cronquist.  Columbia Ragwort. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb, short-lived, 25-35 cm., roots, unbranched, fibrous, pubescence floccose or arachnose, appearing to thin with age; Leaves of varying shapes, largest proximal, petiole, 15-70 mm., some slightly winged, + blade to 50-80 mm. × 25-28 mm. wide, elliptical, margin slightly toothed, scalloped, or wavy with reddish spots every 2-5 mm. (is this the callous denticle?), distal, reduced, 40-50 mm., × 5 mm. wide, lance-linear, sessile; Inflorescence, terminal corymb, flowers of 2 kinds; Peduncles, to 18 mm., black exudate; Heads, #7-8, radiate; Involucre, 9 mm. × 10 mm. wide; Phyllaries, in 1+ slightly overlapping series, 6-9 mm. × 1.5-2.2 mm. wide, without oil glands, tip black; Receptacle, epaleate; Rays, #9, fertile; Corolla, yellow, tube 3.5 mm. + blade 5 mm. = 8.5 mm.; Disk flowers, yellow, lobes dark; Pappus, of well-developed capillary bristles, in 1 series, 4 mm. (Described from Coll. No. 972, 22 May 2013, and Coll. No. 1476, 29 Jun 2016). CA: Found mostly in the upper Mono Lake basin, sparingly in the Bodie Hills.

- Bridgeport Canyon, Along Coyote Springs Road, about 1/3 mile southeast of the pass, at a watercourse crossing the road from southwest to northeast, 6½ miles by road north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 972. 22 May 2013. ( CAS1160955 UC ) .

- Reversed Creek, Along Reverse Creek, June Lake area O. H. Kappler 1552. 11 Jul 1947. ( LA83432 ) . .

Senecio serra Hook. var. serra.  Tall Ragwort. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Canyon, Luncy [sic] Canyon (Mill Cr) c. 7 mi west of west shore of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 8896. 29 Jul 1984. ( SJSU11942 ) . .

Senecio spartioides Torr. & A. Gray.  (Syn: Senecio multicapitatus Greenm. ex Rydb. ) Broomlike Ragwort. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb, to 50 cm.; Leaves, basal, unknown, cauline, alternate, 90 mm. × 3 mm. wide, narrowly oblanceolate, reduced above to 30 mm. × 1 mm. wide, variously hairy in axils and ±lower surface; Involucre, 12.5 mm. × 6 mm., narrowly campanulate, bractlets not prominent; Phyllaries, 2 series? or 1 series with 2 forms? outer, 7.5 mm. × 0.7 mm. wide, all green, inner, 7.5 mm. × 1.3 mm. wide, centrally green with margins chartaceous, all tips dark; Receptacle, epaleate; Rays, fertile, corolla, tube 5 mm. + blade 9 mm. × 2 mm. wide, yellow, lobes 3; Disk flowers, corolla, 6 mm., yellow; Pappus, 1 series of fine capillary bristles, 5 mm.; Cypsela, 4 mm., 5-angled, dark gray, “hirtellous” throughout (not just the angles). Described from Coll. No. 1298, 23 Sep 2015.

- Mono Basin, pumice slope, summit summit between Crestview and Mono Lake John Thomas Howell 27462. 29 Aug 1950. ( UC1042570 ) Sagebrush Scrub on the s side of the road on pumice soils. Corolla yellow. Many-stemmed perennial. With Castilleja chromosa. on south side of graded road, south side of Mono Lake, about 3/4 mile east of Rush Creek and Fish Hatchery, about 5 miles east of Lee Vining T/R/S: 01N27E18 SW 1/4 M. S. Taylor 4862. 17 Jul 1982. ( CHSC36845 ) .

- Mono Craters, east slope of Mono Craters Carl W. Sharsmith 5672. 27 Aug 1948. ( SJSU13651 ) from Jeffrey Pine forest to pumice vegetation, pumice and dacite outcrops 8000-9500 ft Dean Wm. Taylor 7530. 27 Jul 1979. ( JEPS89350 ) soft pumice around craters The most common plant in a very sparsely vegetated area Pumice Mine Road, running northeast from US Hwy 395, (north of the June Lake area), at south edge of Mono Craters George K. Helmkamp 2418. 12 Sep 1997. ( UCR102608 ) .

- Mono Lake, south shore (as a collection locality), in open forest of Yellow Pine south of Mono Lake H. M. Hall 11704. 15 Sep 1921. ( UC217462 ) .

- Mono Mills, with scattered Jeffrey pine and in completely open places, pumice flats between craters and lake pumice flats between Mono Craters and the southeast end of Mono Lake Arthur J. Cronquist 11087. 25 Jul 1973. ( UC1399869 ) . .

Senecio triangularis Hook.  Arrowleaf Ragwort. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb, to 80 cm., in shaded streamside, not strongly scented; Root and caudex unknown; Petiole 100 mm.; Leaves alternate, largest 100 mm. x 60 mm., distributed along stem gradually becoming smaller, ovate, base truncate, margin toothed, adaxial surface sticky with glandular exudate, glands inconspicuous; Inflorescence gen. flat-topped, 10-15 flowers; Phyllaries, in 1-series, few short narrow outer phyllaries, tips dark brown macroscopically; Receptacle palea 0; Flowers of 2 kinds, both ray and disk; Pappus of bristles (no scales or needle-like awns), well developed on ray and disk flowers; Ray flowers yellow, exceeding involucre (Described from Coll. No. 874, 23 June 2013).

- Parker Creek, Very sticky when collected, dried leaves are very thin, and have a glandular exudate on adaxial surface. Along Parker Creek Road (F. R. 01S25), where it crosses a small unnamed creek, 3.2 miles southwest of the intersection of California Highway 158 and US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 874. 23 Jun 2012. ( CAS1157547 UC ) . .

Solidago elongata Nutt.  (Syn: S. canadensis L. ssp. e. (Nutt.) D. D. Keck ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, stream bank Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC201695 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, among scattered lodgepole pines in dry grassy area H. L. Buckalew 3 Aug 1958. ( SJSU8869 ) .

- Mono Basin, as S. canadensis L. Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake County Park, seepage area on northwest end of lake at Mono County Park, on northwest end of Mono Lake Dean Wm. Taylor 6067. 30 Jul 1976. ( JEPS89394 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, boggy thickets...within an Artemisia consociation, foot of dry hill near w edge lake near west edge of Mono Lake 1.25 miles north of Mono Lake Post Office L. Constance 2411. 7 Aug 1938. ( UC614517 ) . .

Solidago spectabilis (D. C. Eaton) A. Gray.  Basin Goldenrod. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb to 75 cm.; Stem hairy distally, fewer hairs proximally, not waxy, distal nodes with axillary leaf clusters; Leaves alternate, lanceolate, 85 mm. × 13 mm. wide, generally glabrous,not resinous, proximal leaves withered at flowering (assumed to having been equal in size to mid-cauline leaves), margins weakly serrate, and with very small hairs; Inflorescence pyramid-shaped; Peduncle bracts not glandular; Involucre 3 mm.; Phyllaries in 2+ graduated series, outer without oil glands; Heads many, small (5 mm. × 4 mm. dia.), not resinous; Flowers of two kinds, at least some strap-shaped; Receptacle epaleate; Rays, yellow, fertile; Disc, yellow, fertile; Pappus of well-developed bristles, in single row (Described from Coll. No. 1022, 24 July 2014).

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 .

- Mono Lake, Marshy open meadow. by W shore, Mono L, Mill Cr drainage Carl W. Sharsmith 9921. 18 Aug 1991. ( SJSU14675 ) Scirpus thickets bordering warm sulphur spring outflow, with a few Salix thickets Sulphur pond 1.5 miles east of the northeast shore of Mono Lake Dean Wm. Taylor 16972. 23 Aug 1998. ( UC1731285 ) .

- MBRG P-12, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-9, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- Mono Lake, northwest shore (as a col. locality), Meadow along northwest part of Mono Lake. Robert A. Schlising, G, Keator, A. Weston 2642.4 25 Aug 1963. ( CHSC22942 ) .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), Moist alkaline seep dominated by Juncus nevadensis, J. americanus & Distichlis spicata. SW side of Mono Lake, between the lake and US Hwy 395 George K. Helmkamp 60014. 8 Sep 1988. ( UCR60014 ) .

- Old Marina, Along the western shore of Mono Lake, 1.6 mi (2.6 km) north of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 495. 1 Aug 2007. ( CAS1121728 UC1973763 ) .

- Walker Creek (Lower), In Pumice Valley, near the banks of lower Walker Creek, where crossed by an old alignment of US Highway 395, 4.5 miles by road south of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1022. 24 Jul 2013. ( UCR262295 ) . .

Sphaeromeria cana (D. C. Eaton) A. Heller.  Gray Chickensage. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Bldy Canyon Unknown 16 Aug 1894. ( UC91168 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft. vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 1908. ( UC147165 ) . .

Sphaeromeria potentilloides (A. Gray) A. Heller var. nitrophila (Cronq.) Holmgren, Schultz & Low.  Alkali Tansy-Sage. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Alkali Lake, Habitat: White, crusty saline flats. Associated Species: Carex. (Collection record #7000 in my data base.) Nevada, Mineral, Alkalai Valley west of Mt. Hicks, Alkali Lake, 0.15 road miles NNW of the lake. Verbatim Coordinates: 38° 16.934' N 118° 45.687' W; TRS: T5N R29E sec 21. Arnold Tiehm and Jan Nachlinger 16560. 5 Jun 2013. ( RENO23185 ) Habitat: plants growing with Chrysothamnus in saline areas near the lake Alkali Valley on SW side of Wassuk Range, north side of Alkali Lake Arnold Tiehm and Matt Lavin 8137. 12 Jul 1983. ( UTC191692 ) Northwest margin of Alkali Lake, in silty alkali flat with rabbitbrush. Tom Schweich 623.1 29 Jun 2010. ( UC1980378 ) . .

Stenotus acaulis (Nutt.) Nutt.  Cushion Goldenweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial tufted herb, to 8 cm., from a branched caudex, few short stalked glands; Leaves, (look opposite to me) alternate, cauline leaves only at base, winged petiole 4 mm. + blade 9 mm. = 13 mm. × 2.5 mm. wide, elliptic, entire, tip acuminate, 3-veined, outer 2 veins irregularly curved; Inflorescence, of 2 kinds of flowers, Heads, solitary, 13 mm. × 10-12 mm. wide; Phyllaries, in 2 graduated series, not in vertical ranks; Receptacle, epaleate; Rays, #4-5, 12 mm., yellow, fertile; Pappus, of well-developed bristles in single series, white (Described from Coll. No. 971, 22 May 2013). Other collections from the Bodie Hills and Glass Mountain.

- Bridgeport Canyon, Along Coyote Springs Road, about 1/3 mile southeast of the pass, at a watercourse crossing the road from southwest to northeast, 6½ miles by road north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 971. 22 May 2013. ( CAS1160956 UC UCR250007 ) .

- Mount Biedeman, W slope of Mt. Biedman (sic), PLSS: 03N26E02 Tim Messick 527. 18 Jun 1979. ( HSC81310 ) . .

Stephanomeria exigua Nutt.  Small Wirelettuce. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Black Point, Sandy pumice soil in Sagebrush Scrub. Corolla pink. With Grayia spinosa, Chaenactis douglasii. spur road on east side of Black Point about 5 miles northeast of Lee Vining M. S. Taylor 4874. 17 Jul 1982. ( CHSC36844 ) . .

Stephanomeria exigua Nutt. ssp. coronaria (Greene) Gottlieb.  Whiteplume Wirelettuce. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Tioga Lodge, in sandy soil of terrace above lake terrace above Mono Lake at Tioga Lodge G. L. Stebbins, Jr. 2521. 29 Jul 1938. ( UC589837 ) .

- Walker Lake, Unknown 17 Aug 1895. ( UC92352 ) . .

Stephanomeria exigua Nutt. ssp. exigua.  Small Wirelettuce. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bohler Canyon, Growing in sand and gravel with Artemisia tridentata. Along the dirt road on the south side of Bohler Canyon, 1.8 mi (3.0 km) by air west of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 496. 02 Aug 2007. ( CAS1121727 UC1973764 ) .

- Negit Island, veg type sage, slope flat PLSS Location 02N27E. A. D. Gifford 851. 19 Aug 1937. ( UC1070297 UC577772 ) [ Stephanomeria exigua L. D. Gottlieb Apr 1 1969 annot. Followed by " ssp exigua and ssp. Coronaria" ] volcanic flows Dean Wm. Taylor 6166. 16 Aug 1976. ( JEPS89401 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, North side of meadow, near house. Tom Schweich 704. 17 Aug 2010. ( CAS1131415 UC1980395 ) . [ I'm going with S. exigua and especially ssp. exigua on the strength of slightly glandular stems and infloresences. Should have paid attention to annual vs. perennial when I collected them. ] .

Stephanomeria tenuifolia (Raf.) H. M. Hall.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft Miss Maud Minthorn 7 Oct 1908. ( UC485638 ) . .

Stephanomeria virgata Benth.  Rod Wirelettuce. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- June Lake, rocky slopes R. Hoffmann 11 Jul 1930. ( SBBG67946 ) . .

Symphyotrichum ascendens (Lindl.) G. L. Neson.  (Syn: Aster a. Lindl. ) Western Aster. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Conway Summit, Conway Summit, 5 mi. n. of Mono Lake Lewis S. Rose 50168. 25 Jul 1950. ( CAS367434 ) .

- Lee Vining, Moist mountain meadow. Robert L. Rutherford 2451. 25 Aug 1944. ( RSA417604 ) .

- Mono Inn, Rays purple: perennial from runners. Mono Basin, meadows east of Mono Inn. Jack Reveal 1164. 4 Sep 1965. ( RSA220796 ) .

- Mono Lake, Meadow section. Mono lake Region L. E. Hoffman 7 Sep 1932. ( RSA417602 RSA417603 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), Meadow above west shore of Mono Lake John Thomas Howell 41386. 15 Sep 1965. ( CAS912743 ) .

- Simis Ranch, moist ground in open field Simis Ranch (Sylvester Ranch), Deschambeau Creek near west shore of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 7627. 29 Aug 1969. ( SJSU4587 ) . .

Symphyotrichum bracteolatum (Nutt.) G.L. Nesom.  (Syn: Aster eatonii (A. Gray) Howell , Symphyotrichum eatonii (A. Gray) G. L. Nesom ) Eaton's Bracted Aster. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Conway Summit, Seep with Aster and Juncus. Old Conway Summit grade below and 0.1 mi. E of Mono Lake vista point, Hwy. 395, PLSS: 03N25E36. Tim Messick 1453. 23 Aug 1980. ( HSC81222 ) .

- Mono Lake, J. W. Congdon 16 Aug 1898. ( DS6148 UC86780 ) .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), Growing in tufts. Uncommon; dominated by Juncus nevadensis, Juncus americanus, Distichlis spicata. Moist alkaline seep. SW side of Mono Lake, between the lake and Highway 395 George K. Helmkamp 8 Sep 1988. ( RSA511536 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), Common, marsh. West shore of Mono Lake and adjacent slopes ca. 2 miles north of Lee Vining along Hwy 395. David J. Keil 21040. 24 Aug 1988. ( OBI75614 ) .

- Mono Vista Spring, marshy area at Mono Vista Springs on the northwest shore of Mono Lake Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1708. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1192067 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, wet bank of ditch 5 miles north of Tioga Lodge, Mono Lake Philip A. Munz 24291. 13 Sep 1960. ( UC1188100 ) . .

Symphyotrichum campestre (Nutt.) G. L. Nesom.  (Syn: Aster campestris Nutt. ) Western Meadow Aster. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb to 50 cm.; Stems ascending, appressed short hairy; Leaves, alternate, sessile, strap-like, to 22 mm., short hairy glandular, margins entire; Peduncle barely glandular; Involucre 5 mm., glandular; Phyllaries, 2.5 - 4.5 mm., in 4+ series, herbaceous especially at tips, tips appressed, densely glandular, inner bases straw colored, margins scarious; Heads radiate, composed of 2 kinds of flowers, in few flowered flat topped clusters; Receptacle epaleate, Pappus of single bristles, not alternating with scales, 16 (but going with > 20 while keying), well-developed in ray and disk flowers, ± cylindric, small plumose; Rays blue-purple, conspicuous, fruiting, style present; Disk corolla 4 mm, yellow (Described from Coll. No. 830, 18 Jun 2013).

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), Below Walker Lake. Walker Lake to Mono Lake. J. W. Congdon 5834. 16 Aug 1898. ( DS5834 UC135412 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, Granite outcrop surrounded by very sandy soil, likely a former shoreline or deltaic deposit from a high-stand of Mono Lake, above Tioga Lodge, along a powerline road, 2.8 miles north of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 830. 18 Jun 2012. ( CAS1130740 CDA39620 UC ) . .

Symphyotrichum frondosum (Nutt.) G. L. Nesom.  (Syn: Aster frondosus (Nutt.) Torr. & A. Gray ) Short-Rayed Alkali Aster. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual herb, to 30 cm., sap milk unknown; Root neither clearly fibrous nor a single tap root; Stem branched at base or not, young stem sparsely hairy; Leaves cauline, alternate, 4 cm × 6 mm wide, oblanceolate, puberulent, sparsely ciliate; Inflorescence, head enclosed by involucre, not overtopped by leaves; Involucre bell- or conic-shaped; Phyllaries unequal, in 3± series, inner thin, nearly transparent; Receptacle epaleate; Flowers of 2 kinds, ray flowers, blade 2 mm, lavender, inconspicuous; disc flowers ...; Pappus of many well-developed bristles, ±equal, barely plumose, some disc flowers also have a single long scale (Described from Coll. No. 904, 26 Aug 2012).

- June Lake, Wet meadow. At the head of June Lake. Freda Detmers 17921. 27 Aug 1933. ( POM351092 ) .

- Mono Basin, Listed as a synonym: A. frondosus (Nutt.) Torr. & A. Gray Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, north shore (as a collection locality), Seepage areas. Old shoreline of Mono Lake, east of Black Point. Dean Wm. Taylor 6086. 30 Jul 1976. ( RSA529946 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), Saline strand of Mono Lake near Lee Vining John Thomas Howell 40998. 24 Oct 1964. ( CAS902696 ) Sprawling on springy slope; with Veronica americana, Scirpus nevadensis, S. americanus, Castilleja exillis, etc. slope near Mono Lake on W. side near Hwy. 395 R. F. Thorne, C. W. Tilforth 39281. 7 Mar 1970. ( CAS577396 RSA252463 ) .

- Paoha Island, Vegetative type: Md_ west side of Paoha Island A. D. Gifford 873. 20 Aug 1937. ( DS256293 RSA122564 UC1119637 ) .

- Rush Creek delta, Herbert L. Mason 13643. 4 Sep 1948. ( UC1192075 ) On low-lying very wet strands in the Rush Creek delta. Tom Schweich 904. 26 Aug 2012. ( CAS1157553 UC ) .

- Tioga Lodge, shore of lake shore of Mono Lake at Tioga Lodge Dean Wm. Taylor 8162. 15 Sep 1982. ( JEPS89330 ) shore of Mono Lake, Tioga Lodge Dean Wm. Taylor 8163. 15 Sep 1982. ( CAS887698 ) . .

Symphyotrichum lanceolatum (Willd.) G. L. Nesom ssp. hesperium (A. Gray) G. L. Nesom.  (Syn: Aster lanceolatus Willd. ssp. hesperius (A. Gray) Semple & J. Chmielewski ) Western Lance-Leaved Aster. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mill Creek, open marshy meadow by west shore of Mono Lake, Mill Creek drainage Carl W. Sharsmith 9222. 18 Aug 1991. ( SJSU14672 ) .

- Mono Basin, .

- Rattlesnake Gulch, 8/24/2012. . .

Symphyotrichum spathulatum (Lindl.) G. L. Nesom.  (Syn: Aster occidentalis (Nutt.) Torr. & A. Gray , Aster occidentalis (Nutt.) Torr. & A. Gray var. fremontii ) Western Mountain Aster. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial from fibrous roots, generally ≤ 40 cm tall (obs: 37-40 cm); Stem, becoming hairy distally, but never strigose; Leaves, basal and cauline, alternate, reduced above, lanceolate, lower leaf petiole 80 mm. + blade 70 mm. × 6 mm. wide, length > 7 × longer than wide (obs: 11.5-13 × longer), glabrous, margins minutely dentate, without spinulose tip, basal present at flowering; Inflorescence, 3-13 heads (3,4,8,13 observed); Heads, flowers of two kinds; Peduncles 2-8 cm, hairy, eglandular; Involucre 15 mm, non-glandular; Phyllaries in 2+ series, slightly overlapping, graduated, outer < inner, ±herbaceous, not paper-like (chartaceous), lower margin scarious, elongate green tip 3x width, tip acute to obtuse; Receptacle epaleate; Flowers both ray and disc; Pappus of bristles, single series, #25-30, cylindric, short plumose; Rays conspicuous, 13 mm., much exceeding disc flowers, blue/lavender; Disc flower, style present; Style branches minutely glandular, not tufted hairy; Achenes with a pappus of bristles, whitish (Described from Coll. No. 498, 2 Aug 2007, and Coll. No. 708, 16 Nov 2011). Taylor (2010) refers all collections of Symphyotrichum spathulatum made in the central Sierra Nevada (cSN) to var. yosemitanum based upon the character of linear leaves. However, so far, my collections (498, 708, 715, & 724) of the taxon in the Mono Lake basin have had lanceolate to narrowly elliptic leaves, which would lead one to var. spathulatum.

- Big Sand Flat, In the east end of Big Sand Flat where Dry Creek enters the flat. Tom Schweich 708. 26 Aug 2010. ( CAS1131419 UC1980381 ) .

- Bloody Canyon, foot of Bloody Canyon Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC202933 ) Chesnut and Drew 21 Jul 1889. ( UC202935 ) Chesnut and Drew 26 Jul 1889. ( UC53990 ) .

- Bohler Canyon, Along the dirt road on the south side of Bohler Canyon, 1.8 mi (3.0 km) by air west of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 498. 2 Aug 2007. ( UCR250026 ) .

- Conway Summit, 5 miles north of Mono Lake on Conway Creek at summit of Conway Grade. Jens Clausen 1770. 16 Aug 1939. ( CAS293876 DS300161 DS718062 UC1278837 ) . [ This collection is cited by Taylor (2010) as an example of var. yosemitanum as found on the east slope. With regard to the location of this collection, t here is no Conway Creek. I suspect the collector is referring to the Mono Ditch that takes water from Virginia Creek and delivers it to Mono Diggins. ]

- June Lake, Wet meadow. At the head of June Lake. Freda Detmers 17898. 27 Aug 1933. ( RSA417712 ) Lewis S. Rose 40734. 2 Jul 1940. ( CAS281369 ) Moist stream bank. N. C. Cooper 2738. 31 Aug 1944. ( RSA417702 ) .

- June Mountain Ski Lodge, Hwy. 158, June Mt., Ski Lift, 1 mi. S of June Lake city limits. Wendell Wood 175. 24 Jul 1970. ( HSC12331 ) .

- Lee Vining, in broad recently moist sandy meadow, sagebrush association about 3 miles south of Lee Vining on U S Highway 395 Ernest C. Twisselmann 5769. 14 Sep 1959. ( CAS437890 CAS606367 JEPS31066 ) [ CAS437890 and CAS606367 are determined as S. ascendens. ] in a semi-alkaline, moist meadow with grasses, etc., light loamy soil of volcanic origin 2.5 miles south of Lee Vining William M. Hiesey 409. 17 Sep 1939. ( CAS293889 DS313333 DS718072 UC1071723 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, Meadow along Tioga Road, Mono Lake, Yosemite National Park. G. R. Johnstone 6 Sep 1929. ( RSA417701 ) .

- Lower Horse Meadow, meadow border on granitic substrate Dean Wm. Taylor 16984. 24 Aug 1998. ( UC1731280 ) meadow border on granitic substrate Dean Wm. Taylor 16985. 24 Aug 1998. ( UC1731278 ) .

- Lundy, vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 15 Jul 1908. ( UC469004 ) 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 191. 26 Aug 1908. ( JEPS40766 ) .

- Mono Inn, adjacent to a stream, in a meadowy swale few hundred feet south of Mono Inn adjacent to a stream entering Mono Lake William M. Hiesey 410. 17 Sep 1939. ( DS313344 UC1071836 ) . [ DS313344 is determined S. bracteolatum. ]

- Mono Lake, Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 307. 21 Aug 1976. ( CAS1170105 ) [ Associated species and persent of cover - Salix hindsiana 2, Aster occidentalis +, Salix lutea 2, Scirpus americanus 3, Soldiago spectabilis + Juncus sp. +, Melilotus albus 2, Polypogon sp. +, Epilobium adenocaulon +, Medicago lupulina +, Castilleja exilis +, Muhlenbergia asperifolia 1, Agrostis alba +, Juncus macrandus +, Juncus effusus +, Smilacina stellata +. Size of plant community plot - 200 Soil pH 8.1 Soil color brown. ] J. W. Congdon 19 Aug 1894. ( UC87058 ) J. W. Congdon 19 Aug 1894. ( UC87091 ) Meadow. 3 mi. e. of Leevining. Lewis S. Rose 50189. 26 Jul 1950. ( CAS367432 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), meadow west of Mono Lake Annie M. Alexander and Louise Kellogg 2606. 18 Jul 1941. ( DS292183 UC669900 ) .

- Rush Creek, On the bank of Rush Creek, 3.2 mi. downstream from US Highway 395, and 1.1 mi. upstream from Test Station Road. Tom Schweich 724. 1 Sep 2010. ( CAS1131428 UC1980408 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, On the edge of the swale draining the meadow. Tom Schweich 715. 28 Aug 2010. ( CAS1131423 UC1980418 ) .

- Silver Lake, 5000-6000 ft North side of lake amongst tall grasses. Frank J. Kirby 999. Aug 1957. ( CAS437898 ) .

- Thompson Ranch, meadows on sandy loam soil meadows north of Mono Lake, 0.5 miles east of Highway 395, near Mono Inn, PLSS: 02N26E19. James L. Reveal and Jack L. Reveal 194. 3 Sep 1962. ( CAS887376 RSA185147 UC1338617 ) . [ RSA185147 is determined as Aster ascendens. ]

- Walker Lake, J. W. Condgon 17 Aug 1894. ( UC86721 ) . .

Symphyotrichum spathulatum (Lindl.) G. L. Nesom var. intermedium (A. Gray) G. L. Nesom.  (Syn: Aster occidentalis (Nutt.) Torr. & A. Gray var. intermedius A. Gray ) Larger Western Mountain Aster. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Coll. No. 1018, 24 July 2013, characters observed while keying: Perennial herb, to 70 cm.; Stem, glabrous proximally, hairy distally, hairs not obviously in lines; Leaves, 110 mm. × 8 mm. wide, 13 × longer than wide, largest proximally, gradually reducing above, oblanceolate, entire, margins of short curved hairs; Inflorescence panicle-like; Heads, #20-24; Phyllaries, graduated in 2-3 series, green full length, glabrous, margins white, hairy, outer phyllaries, pale margined at base, green area at tip 1.5 mm. × 0.4 mm. wide, 3.7 × longer than wide, tip obtuse; Receptacle epaleate; Flowers, of two kinds, at least some strap-shaped, rays, 7 mm., blue, fruiting (though style in very difficult to see), disc yellow; Pappus of well-developed bristles, one series, #20-24, cylindric, short plumose.

- Walker Creek (Lower), In the bank of the creek. On the edge of Walker Creek, just downstream from the crossing of old US Highway 395, 4.5 miles by road south of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1018. 24 Jul 2013. ( CAS1202038 OBI UC UCR262142 ) . .

Tanacetum vulgare L.  Common Tansy. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mill Creek, roadside by west end of Mono Lake near outlet of Mill Creek Carl W. Sharsmith 6457. 29 Aug 1957. ( SJSU2007 ) . .

Taraxacum officinale F. H. Wigg.  (Syn: T. laevigatum (Willd.) DC. ) Common Dandelion. Weed: Inyo National Forest, priority: Very low, CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 There are no collections of T. officinale from within Mono Basin deposited in the Consortium of California Herbaria. Tom Schweich 12/22/2006. There are no collections of this taxon in the Mono Basin. However, it should be present. Tom Schweich 8/14/2007. . .

Tetradymia. Cottonthorn, Horsebrush

There are 5 taxa of Tetradymia found in the Mono Lake basin.

1. Stem unarmed (leaves not forming spines)

2. Main leaves tomentose or silvery; clustered leaves ± (ob)lanceolate (Flowers 4 (5) per head; pappus present;) ….. T. canescens

2' Main leaves glabrous or sparsely tomentose; clustered leaves thread-like to linear-oblanceolate

3. Main leaves narrowly awl-shaped, stiffly ascending or appressed, generally 5–10 mm; clustered leaves generally 3–10 mm, glabrous; fruit generally 3–4 mm, short-stiff-hairy; pappus of ± 100 bristles ….. T. glabrata

3' Main leaves ± thread-like, soft, 10–40 mm; clustered leaves generally 10–20 mm, loosely tomentose; fruit 5–6 mm, long-soft-hairy; pappus of ± 20 stiff bristles or slender scales (± hidden by fruit hairs) ….. T. tetrameres

1' Stem armed with spines derived from main leaves (Fr ± long soft-hairy, pappus present)

4. Spines sharply recurved, 5–25 mm, tomentose; involucre generally 8–12 mm, ± bell-shaped; fruit generally 6–8 mm ….. T. spinosa

4' Spines straight, (1)2–5 cm, becoming glabrous; involucre generally 7–9 mm, obconic; fruit generally 4–5 mm ….. T. axillaris

[5. Involucre and peduncle glabrous; fruit hairs generally 6–8 mm ….. var. axillaris]

5' Involucre and peduncle tomentose; fruit hairs generally 9–11 mm ….. var. longispina

Tetradymia axillaris A. Nelson var. longispina (M. E. Jones) Strother.  Long-Spined Horse Brush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Little Sand Flat, Sand Flat south of Mono Lake, in lower edge of Transition Zone (location copied from GH427464). John C. Roos 12 Sep 1960. ( LA102221 ) . [ See also HSC78523, UCD136831, and UCR26074, which are determined as T. spinosa. These are Roos' only other collections in September 1960. The coordinates are taken from GH427464 is H. M. Hall's #11877 ofArtemisia cana subsp. bolanderi (A. Gray) G. H. Ward at location “Sand Flat, south of Mono Lake.” It is unclear as to why or how those coordinates were applied to this collection. ]

- Mono Basin, likely var. longispina Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-4, Observation per MBRG voucher, likely var. longispina .

- Mono Lake, northwest shore (as a col. locality), Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 159. 20 Jul 1976. ( DS744298 ) . .

Tetradymia canescens DC.  Spineless Horsebush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial shrub, to 1 m., woody below, unarmed; Stems some sharp-pointed, 2nd+ year stems pubesence interrupted by linear glabrescent streaks (Sect. Tetradymia, incl. stenolepis, canescens, and glabrata); Leaves distal only, lanceolate, 15 mm. × 2 mm. wide, entire, gray tomentose (not green glabrous), not forming spines; Heads, with only disc flowers (discoid); Involucre cylindric; Phyllaries 4, in one equal series or 2-ranked (which doesn't really matter when keying), 9 mm., wooly, carinate (keeled), not scarious or transparent, tips not black; Receptacle epaleate; Disc flowers, 4; Corolla, 5-lobed, yellow; Pappus of many well-developed bristles. Achenes glabrous (Described from Coll. No. 706, 15 Nov 2011, and Coll. No. 1029, 24 Jul 2013).

- Bloody Canyon, Name on collection label; on sheet with UC34721 foot of Bloody Canyon Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC34720 ) .

- Cowtrack Mountain, Rolling topography along a ridgeline. Dense Great Basin shrub habitat dominated by Artemisia tridentata. Dry, loose soils. California, Mono, In the Cowtrack Mountains on Rd 1N06 about 4.3 km N of Hwy 120. Shannon M. Still, Nick Jensen 55. 15 Jul 2012. ( CHIC17830 ) deep fine sand on S-facing slope cowtrack Mt 5 mi SE of Mono L R. E. Douglas 47. 28 Jul 1964. ( SJSU5627 ) .

- Grant Lake, west side of Grant Lake Milo S. Baker 9154. 29 Jul 1938. ( UC830618 ) There is a historic collection from approximately this location: Milo S. Baker, #9154, 29 Jul 1938, UC830618. Along California Highway 158, 0.4 mile south of the entrance to the Grant Lake Marina, west side of Grant Lake, along a trail to the spring box that collects water for the Grant Lake Marina. Tom Schweich 1029. 24 Jul 2013. ( OBI82088 UCR261799 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, Dry, S-facing slope among pinon with Pinus monophylla, Artemisia tridentata, Purshia, Happlopappus, Chrysothamnus, etc. Shrub about 0.5 m tall. Wild: native/naturalized. Near Leevining Creek, E of Tioga Pass near jct of the Tioga Pass Road with Route 395. R. F. Thorne, James Henrickson 33208. 11 Aug 1963. ( CAS579063 RSA167476 ) Herbert L. Mason 11480. 1 Aug 1936. ( UC1081555 ) 3.5 miles W of Leevining J. Clausen 798. 23 Aug 1933. ( DS713529 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, growing in light gravelly soil, sagebrush association. just above the mouth of the canyon Ernest C. Twisselmann 5768. 14 Sep 1959. ( JEPS31033 ) Eastern Sierra Nevada Mtns. mouth of Lundy Canyon, just off Hwy 395, 1 mile WNW of Mono City. PLSS: 02N25E12. Michael D. Wilcox 8 Sep 2011. ( UCR234443 ) . [ Scrub with Elymus cinereus, Wyethia, Poa, Prunus andersonii, Purshia tridentata, Stephanomeria spinosa, Chrysothamnus nauseosus, Salix exigua, Artemisia tridentata, A. ludoviciana, Stipa hymenoides, Eriogonum umbellatum, Tetradymia canescens, Bromus tectorum, etc. ]

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Craters, Carl W. Sharsmith 5670. 27 Aug 1948. ( SJSU13542 ) .

- Mono Lake, In deep pumice soil. Mono lake. B. D. Rogers Jul 1964. ( HSC6278 ) from J W Congdon Herb; with UC34720, Chesnut & Drew, Jul 1889, Bloody Cyn, Tetradymia canescens DC.; J. W. Congdon 16 Aug 1898. ( DS1843 UC34721 ) Unknown (State Survey). 6144. n.d.. ( UC34168 ) .

- Mono Lake, north of (as a collection locality), sandy wash 0.25 miles north of Mono Lake John L. Strother 681. 30 May 1968. ( UC1393158 ) .

- Mono Lake, north shore (as a collection locality), Desert scrub vegetation dominated by Sarcobatus vermiculatus, Artemisia tridentat, Ericameria nauseosa. Flat area with small sand dunes; Occasional shrub to > 1 m tall North end of Mono Lake. David J. Keil 20890. 19 Aug 1988. ( OBI75575 ) Shore of Mono Lake. F. W. Peirson 9189. 12 Aug 1930. ( RSA94952 ) .

- Mono Lake, southeast of (as a collection locality), S. of Leevining. L. S. Rose 26 Jul 1942. ( GH427876 ) .

- Mono Lake, south shore (as a collection locality), Gravelly soil. Other plants include: Artemisia tridentata, Purshia tridentata, Prunus andersonii. Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining, southwest short of lake about 500 yards from the shore. (location copied from DS741013) J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 238. 8 Aug 1976. ( DS744304 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), in sagebrush. Highway along Mono Lake Milo S. Baker 5825. 4 Jul 1932. ( CAS200124 ) Dry, edge of bank, above road. Above road near Leevining. S. F. Blake 11827. 30 Jun 1934. ( DS713505 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, In loose soil derived from granite and pumice. Near the top of the granitic hills north of the meadow. Tom Schweich 706. 17 Aug 2010. ( Alameda CAS1131417 UC1980383 ) . .

Tetradymia glabrata Torrey & A. Gray.  Littleleaf Horsebrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial woody shrub, to 1 m., drying quite brittle; Stems, pubescence of stems interrupted by glabrescent streaks; Leaves, eglandular, primary leaf an appressed thorn, 4.5 mm., early deciduous, secondary leaves clustered in axils, 5.0 mm. × 0.8 mm. wide, linear to oblanceolate; Inflorescence, 7-8 heads on ends of short branches, none of flowers with strap-shaped corollas, flowers of one kind (disk flowers); Peduncle, 5.5-6.0 mm., tomentose; Involucre, cylindric; Phyllaries, #4, in 1 series, 6 mm., ±keeled, tomentose abaxially; Receptacle, epaleate; Flowers, #4; Corolla, yellow; Pappus of many well-developed bristles; Fruit, long soft hairy; Described from Coll. NO. 1168, 24 Jun 2015.

- Bodie Hills, in canyon ridge north of Mono Lake, along road to Bodie, about 4.3 miles north of Hawthorne Road F. C. Vasek 7506173.5 17 Jun 1975. ( UCR17256 ) .

- Cottonwood Canyon, Ridge north of Mono Lake, [Cottonwood Canyon] along road to Bodie, c. 4.3 mi north of [Hwy 167] Hawthorne Rd. Frank C. Vasek 7506173.5 17 Jun 1975. ( UCR17256 ) .

- Dechambeau Ranch, veg type sage, slope flat 3 miles northeast of Dechambeau's Ranch, PLSS: 03N26E36. T. M. Hendrix 619. 1 Sep 1937. ( UC1070370 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, Alluvial slopes with fine pumice sand. Sagebrush scrub/juniper woodland with Artemisia tridentata, Chrysothamnus nauseosus, C. viscidiflorus, Juniperus osteosperma, Tetradymia canescens, etc. east side of Mono lake about 2 miles from the shore at about 38 degree north latitude A. C. Sanders 7139. 11 Jul 1987. ( UCR51883 ) .

- MBRG P-4, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-7, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- Mono Lake, northwest shore (as a col. locality), Shrub coverage: 5%, Herb coverage: 5%, Av. height: 4 dm., Av. height: 2 dm. Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 157. 20 Jul 1976. ( DS744318 ) . [ Horizontal distance above shore: 1917 ft. Elevation above lake (6378 ft.): 98 ft. Time since area was last covered by Mono Lake: more than 100 yrs. Water availability: 5. Soil color: black/gray. Soil pH: 9.5. Size of plant community plot: 200 m2. Species list and percent of cover at collection site: Mentzelia torreyi, Lygodesmia spinosa 1, Prunus andersonii +, Chrysothamnus nauseosus +, Tetradymia glabrata +, Cryptantha confertiflora 1, Oenothera boothii, Oryzopsis hymenoides. ]

- Mono Valley, Also collected nearby, Sarcobatus vermiculatus. Along Forest Road 02N47 “Waford Springs Cutoff,” near the intersection of California Highway 267 and Cottonwood Canyon Road, 8.4 km northeast of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1168. 24 Jun 2015. ( UC ) . .

Tetradymia spinosa Hook. & Arn.  Shortspine Horsebush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Lake, north of (as a collection locality), north slope of Mono Lake John C. Roos 12 Sep 1960. ( HSC78523 UCD136831 UCR26074 ) . [ See also LA102221, determined as T. axillaris var. longispina. That one collection is Roos' only other collection in September 1960. It seems unlikely that a collector would collect just one taxon on the south side of the lake and then collect another closely related taxon on the north side of the lake on the same day as one's only collections in a given month. Therefore, it seems likely that these vouchers represent a single collection, and one or the other is misidentified and mis-located. ]

- Paoha Island, veg type sage, slope south A. D. Gifford 859. 20 Aug 1937. ( UC1070389 ) Paoha Island, Mono Lake, mostly in northeast portion of island in gullies and drpressions Mary DeDecker 3777. 24 Apr 1975. ( RSA620809 ) . .

Tetradymia tetrameres (S. F. Blake) Strother.  Four-part Horsebush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Dechambeau Ranch, Veg type Atr, Pad 1 mile west of Dechambeau's Ranch. T. M. Hendrix 574. 18 Aug 1937. ( UC1070356 ) .

- Hector Station, Stage-station region. Anna E. Ehlers 811. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS38091 ) .

- Mono Basin, 4 miles east of Highway 395, on Highway 167, north of Mono Lake Darley F. Howe 3 Aug 1969. ( SD73130 ) [ Determined as T. comosa, which is clearly incorrect. Location of collection suggests T. tetrameres, until someone can actually examine this collection. ] along roadside, loamy sand to sandy, slope 1-5%, exposure open, sagebrush-rabbitbrush 3 miles east-northeast of Junction of US Hwy 395 and Pole Line Road (CA Hwy 167). Gene Gerdes 1184096. 2 Aug 1960. ( UC1184096 ) About 3.4 miles east of US Hwy 395 along CA Hwy 167. John L. Strother 682. 30 May 1968. ( NMC41483 UC1393157 ) .

- Mono Dunes, Mono County: Mono Dunes, northeast shore of Mono Lake. (Location determined by Geolocate, copied from UCD100488) Bruce M. Pavlik 54. 27 Jul 1979. ( UCD136837 ) On stabilized dunes, north side of California Highway 167, 4.2 miles east of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 720. 30 Aug 2010. ( CAS1121622 UC1980412 ) .

- Mono Valley, Mono County: Mono Basin, 10 miles E of Highway 167, junction 395. C. A. Toft 30 Jul 1980. ( UCD136838 ) .

- Sulphur Pond, Toft, Catherine, and Deborah Elliott-Fisk, 2002 . .

Wyethia mollis A. Gray.  Woolly Mule-Ears. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, near foot of Lee Vining Grade about 3 miles from Mono Lake (State Hwy 120) Ira L. Wiggins 14155. 26 Jun 1957. ( UC1190328 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, bottom of canyon with sandy granitic soil Lundy Canyon about 5 miles west on road to Lundy Lake from Highway 395 Ian G. Gillespie 66. 28 Jul 2000. ( UCR132881 ) .

- Mill Creek, Open stony ground near Mill Creek, on Forest Road 02N14, just above US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 850. 21 Jun 2012. ( CAS1157544 UC UCR248630 ) .

Betulaceae

Betula occidentalis Hook.  (Syn: Betula fontinalis Sarg. ) Water Birch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, This plant is common in the Rock Creek and Convict Creek drainages, and found in the White & Inyo Mountain. However, there are no collections of this species from within the Mono Basin that are deposited in the Consortium of California Herbaria. Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 .

Boraginaceae

Cryptantha Lehm. ex G. Don.  Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Deadman Summit, Pumice flats, Deadman Summit, 2 miles north of Crestview, el. 8040 ft., Mono County John Thomas Howell with T. C. Fuller, G. Douglas Barbe 54605. 14 Aug 1981. ( CAS885804 ) . [ Very dense and hairy growth habit. ]

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 . .

Cryptantha ambigua (A. Gray) Greene.  Basin Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, to 20 cm.; Inflorescence terminal; Bracts 0; Flowers many; Corolla salverform, limb 4.5 mm.; Petals white, appendages white; Ovary deep lobed, style base hidden within lobes; Nutlet, 1.8 mm., erect, abaxial ridge 0, “rough” (≤½surface area short papillate), scar lateral, without thick rim, grooved above scar, margin prickles 0 (Described from Coll. No. 986, 20 June 2013).

- Conway Summit, Conway Grade north of Mono Lake John Thomas Howell 27409. 28 Jul 1950. ( CAS362553 DS348270 UC1042576 ) .

- Mono Basin, soft pumice around craters Pumice Mine Road, running northeast from US Hwy 395 (north of the June Lake area), at south edge of Mono Craters George K. Helmkamp 2419. 12 Sep 1997. ( CAS960040 UCR102607 ) .

- Mono Valley, with Mimulus, Phacelia bicolor, Purshia, and Ericameria. Collection no. 986 made in same location on 20 June 2015 has mature nutlets. On Forest Road 01N23 about 100 m east of California Highway 120, and 5.6 miles east of the intersection of California Highway 120 with US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 952. 21 May 2013. ( CAS1203773 OBI UC UCR262122 ) with Mimulus, Phacelia bicolor, Purshia, and Ericameria. On Forest Road 01N23 about 100 m east of California Highway 120, and 5.6 miles east of the intersection of California Highway 120 with US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 986. 20 Jun 2013. ( Alameda ) . .

Cryptantha barbigera (A. Gray) Greene.  Bearded Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, irrigated site with 'wildflower' seed mix, Centaurea cyanis obvious Lee Vining, at junction of Highway 395 and Highway 120, weed in recently revegetated area Dean Wm. Taylor 16841. 20 Jul 1998. ( JEPS101571 ) . .

Cryptantha cinerea (Greene) Cronquist var. abortiva (Greene) Cronquist.  Bow-Nut Forget-Me-Not. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Cottonwood Canyon, semi-alkaline soils Mono Lake Basin, Bodie Hills, Cottonwood Creek drainage, 2.5 miles up canyon from mouth Dean Wm. Taylor 7895. 18 Jul 1980. ( JEPS90287 ) . .

Cryptantha circumscissa (Hook. & Arn.) I. M. Johnst.  Cushion Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, very sparsely vegetated area Big Sand Flat along California Highway 120 at Pilot Spring Road (southeast of Mono Lake) George K. Helmkamp 2333. 10 Sep 1997. ( UCR102569 ) .

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC32602 UC402802 ) .

- Lee Vining, Lee Vining on roadside at Southern California Edison substation, Highway 395 Scott D. White 5442. 4 Aug 1997. ( CAS1084871 UCR117628 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-2, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- Mono Mills, Jeffrey pine forest on very fine pumice soil State Highway 120 at point about 1.5 miles northwest of Mono Hills (Mills? - Ed.) W. A. Kelley 8725. 16 Jun 1987. ( UCR51374 ) .

- Panum Crater, sandy pumice flats in Pushia-Artemisia scrub on Test Station Road at north base of Panum Crater Dean Wm. Taylor 16745. 1 Jul 1998. ( UC1731368 ) Sandy pumice flats in Purshia-Artemisia scrub on Test Station Road at north base of Panum Crater Dean Wm. Taylor 16746. 1 Jul 1998. ( UC1731369 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Great Basin scrub, recently burned. Mono Lake, along Mono Lake Basin Road, about 3 miles S of the lake and 2.5 miles from the junction of Hwy. J. M. Porter, Laren Machen 15109. 27 May 2012. ( RSA803563 ) . .

Cryptantha circumscissa (Hook. & Arn.) I. M. Johnst. var. circumscissa.  Cushion Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Coll. No. 763, 19 Jan 2012, characters observed while keying: Annual 2-5 cm, generally wider than tall, root reddish but not staining; LeafBracts present; Calyx circumscissile; Corolla white, limb 2 mm when dry.

- Mono Basin, With Pinyons (no Junipers), Sagebrush, Bitterbrush, and Ephedra, in the mixed sandy and rocky ground where the foot of the Bodie Hills meets the Mono Dunes. One of three Cryptanthas collected at this location. Along Goat Ranch Road, 3.25 miles east northeast of the intersection of US Highway 395 and California Highway 167 (sometimes called Pole Line Road). Tom Schweich 763. 19 Jun 2011. ( UC1980483 ) . .

Cryptantha confertiflora (Greene) Payson.  Basin Yellow Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, to 35 cm., taller than wide; Leaves, (appearing) basal and cauline; Bracts 0; Corolla, yellow, tube > calyx; Style, 11 mm., unable to confirm heterostyly across three specimens; Nutlets, #4, immature (Described from Coll. No. 416, 25 May 2004).

- Black Point, Corolla yellow. With Mentzelia torreyi, Abronia turbinata on pumice soils. end of spur road in south side of Black Point facing Negit Island land bridge, north side of Mono Lake, about 5 air miles northeast of Lee Vining M. S. Taylor 4872. 17 Jul 1982. ( CHSC36982 ) .

- Copper Mountain, At the mine tunnel in a canyon of Copper Mountain, 1.1 miles west of the intersection of US Highway 395 and Mill Creek Powerhouse Road. Tom Schweich 779. 22 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131358 UC1980468 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, near foot of grade R. F. Hoover 5402. 5 Jul 1941. ( UC765616 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 near Mono Lake Unknown 1822. n.d.. ( UC25008 ) .

- Mono Craters, in pumice Carl W. Sharsmith 5669. 27 Aug 1948. ( SJSU13471 ) .

- Mono Lake, near Mono Lake Alice M. Ottley 1070. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS70795 ) .

- MBRG P-6, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- Panum Crater, On rocky pumice and obsidian rocky soil. In the center of the North Crater on south shore of Mono Lake. James L. Reveal and Caroline G. Reveal 352. 16 Jun 1962. ( RSA298046 NY1084868 NY1084870 RSA185069 UC1338660 ) . [ North Crater is a synonym of Panum Crater. ]

- Pumice Valley, at edge of Artemisia tridentata, in pumice sand Pumice Flat, trip to Mono Lake and Mono Craters via Lee Vining Canyon Edward Lee and Carl W. Sharsmith 2492. 9 Aug 1936. ( JEPS78592 ) West base of Mono Craters at end of Inyo Forest Road 1S09, 4 air miles east of the south intersection of US Highway 395 and California Highway 120. Tom Schweich 753. 15 Jun 2011. ( UC1980492 ) .

- Rush Creek delta, About 200 m south of the delta, on old deltaic deposits, and near a lone cottonwood tree, 0.9 km north northeast of the intersection of Forest Roads 01N51 “South Tufa Road” and 01N50 “Rush Creek Road”, 6 km east of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1179. 25 Jun 2015. ( CS OBI RENO UCR265727 ) . .

Cryptantha echinella Greene.  Prickly Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, There are no collections of this taxon in the Mono Basin. However, it occurs commonly in nearby areas and therefore may be found in the Mono Basin. Tom Schweich 8/15/2007. . .

Cryptantha flavoculata (A. Nelson) Payson.  Roughseed Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial to 20 cm.; Hairs of two kinds, short appressed, long single-celled “bulbous-based bristles;” Leaves basal and cauline, cauline alternate, to 65 mm. × 12 mm. wide; Corolla, salverform, white, tube 4 mm. + lobe 3.5 mm., appendages prominent; Nutlets not sufficiently developed (Described from Coll. No. 222, 27 April 2000).

- Mono Basin, There are no collections of this taxon in the Mono Basin. However, it occurs commonly in nearby areas and therefore may be found in the Mono Basin. Tom Schweich 8/15/2007. . .

Cryptantha glomeriflora Greene.  Truckee Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, There are no collections of this taxon in the Mono Basin. However, it occurs commonly in nearby areas and therefore may be found in the Mono Basin. Tom Schweich 8/15/2007. .

- Sagehen Meadow, Sagebrush scrub with aspen stands and small moist meadows. USGS quad: Dexter Canyon 7.5' Q.; Fairly common roadside plant.; Eastern Sierra/ Mono Basin 4.9 mi. SE of Calif. Hwy 120 on Sagehen Meadows Road George K. Helmkamp and E. A. Helmkamp 2319. 10 Sep 1997. ( UCR122324 ) . .

Cryptantha micrantha (Torr.) I. M. Johnst. var. micrantha.  Redroot Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual root red-purple, staining; Calyx not circumscissile; Corolla limb 2-3 mm when dry, appendages minute, persistent (Described from Coll. No. 762, 19 Jan 2012).

- Mono Basin, With Pinyons (no Junipers), Sagebrush, Bitterbrush, and Ephedra, in the mixed sandy and rocky ground where the foot of the Bodie Hills meets the Mono Dunes. One of three Cryptanthas collected at this location. Along Goat Ranch Road, 3.25 miles east northeast of the intersection of US Highway 395 and California Highway 167 (sometimes called Pole Line Road). Tom Schweich 762. 19 Jun 2011. ( UC1980484 ) . .

Cryptantha muricata (Hook. & Arn.) A. Nelson & J. F. Macbr.  (Syn: C. jonesii (A. Gray) Greene , C. m. (Hook. & Arn.) A. Nelson & J. F. Macbr. var. denticulata (Greene) I. M. Johnst. , C. m. (Hook. & Arn.) A. Nelson & J. F. Macbr. var. jonesii (A. Gray) Jtn. ) Pointed Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- June Lake, At the June Lake Junction on U. S. Highway 395 Darley Howe 22 Jun 1978. ( SD103540 ) .

- Lee Vining, John Thomas Howell 27414. 28 Jul 1950. ( UC1042579 ) Lewis S. Rose 50218. 28 Jul 1950. ( UC942866 ) Peter H. Raven 2688. 29 Jul 1950. ( UC1177094 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, rock slopes Lewis S. Rose 37706. 29 Sep 1937. ( UC857195 ) near foot of grade R. H. Hoover 5410. 5 Jul 1941. ( CAS? UC762189 ) . [ Determination at CAS is C. jonesii with no annotations, check UC 762189 for annotations. Collection was distributed by UC. ] .

Cryptantha nubigena (Greene) Payson.  Sierra Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Craters, pumice gravels and rock crevices Carl W. Sharsmith 5673. 27 Aug 1948. ( SJSU13472 ) habitats visited ranging from Jeffrey Pine Forest to Pumice veg. with...; Pumice and dacite outcrops, 8000-9500 ft Dean Wm. Taylor 7534. 27 Jul 1979. ( JEPS90329 ) upper west-facing slopes of Mono Craters Edward Lee 2503. 9 Aug 1936. ( JEPS73588 ) . .

Cryptantha oxygona (A. Gray) Greene.  Sharpnut Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Mills, loose sandy (tephra derived) soils in Purshia tridentata-Artemisia tridentata scrub 3 miles northeast of Mono Mills, southeast side of Mono Lake, in vicinity of watertank shown on Cowtrack Mountain 15' USGS quadrangle Dean Wm. Taylor 15228. 18 Jul 1995. ( JEPS90905 ) . .

Cryptantha pterocarya (Torr.) Greene.  Wingnut Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bridgeport Canyon, on old sandy beach soil 1 mile snorth of Highway 31 (Pole Line Road), along Bridgeport Canyon road on beach of Mono Lake Jack L. Reveal and James L. Reveal 106. 9 Jun 1962. ( UC1338570 ) . .

Cryptantha torreyana (A. Gray) Greene.  Torrey's Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC32550 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft Miss Maud Minthorn 7. 15 Jun 1908. ( UC402794 ) . .

Cryptantha watsonii (A. Gray) Greene.  Watson's Cryptantha. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual 20-40 cm, generally taller than wide; Leaf 12-40 mm, linear; Bracts present; Calyx lobes 3 mm, hairs straight not hooked, lobe tip bristles straight; Corolla limb quite small (1-2 mm); Nutlets 4, approximately equal size, smooth, scar centered, extends to tip (Described from Coll. No. 761, 19 Jan 2012).

- Mono Basin, With Pinyons (no Junipers), Sagebrush, Bitterbrush, and Ephedra, in the mixed sandy and rocky ground where the foot of the Bodie Hills meets the Mono Dunes. One of three Cryptanthas collected at this location. Along Goat Ranch Road, 3.25 miles east northeast of the intersection of US Highway 395 and California Highway 167 (sometimes called Pole Line Road). Tom Schweich 761. 19 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131400 UC1980485 ) .

- Mono Inn, 0.12 mile east of Canway Road Meadow, 1.0 mile northeast of Mono Inn, on the north shore of Mono Lake Jack L. Reveal and James L. Reveal 114. 9 Jun 1962. ( UC1338678 ) .

- MBRG P-2, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- Negit Island, Mary DeDecker 3791. 25 Apr 1975. ( RSA620848 ) .

- Panum Crater, sandy pumice flats in scrub Test Station Road at north base of Panum Crater (Given longitude is doubtful - Ed.) Dean Wm. Taylor 16748. 1 Jul 1998. ( UC1731345 ) . .

Hackelia Stickseed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Lake Campground, (Campground assumed to be the private campground at Lundy Resort, rather than the recreation site below the lake. -- Ed.) Lundy Lake Campground, north of Mono Lake D. M. Ferguson 6. 18 Jun 1993. ( GH420002 GH420003 GH420004 ) . .

Hackelia floribunda (Lehm.) I. M. Johnst.  Many-Flowered Stickseed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Mono County: Bloody Canyon V. King Chesnut 20 Jul 1889. ( POM126214 ) .

- June Lake, Sierra Nevada: June Lake Mrs. J. D. Wright 5 Jul 1929. ( SBBG63463 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, Under Poplars In canyon, 3 mi. above Lundy Lake (off Hwy. 395, 7 mi. N of Lee Vining) Wendell Wood 221. 19 Jul 1970. ( HSC12385 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Pumice Valley Pumice Valley, S of Mono Lake. G. D. Barbe, Ed W. Hale 2299. 21 July 1977. ( CDA18330 ) . .

Hackelia micrantha (Eastw.) J. L. Gentry.  (Syn: H. jessicae (E. A. McGregor) Brand ) Jessica Sticktight. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy, Vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 49. 29 Jun 1908. ( POM126238 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, along creek road west of U. S. 395 about 1 mile below Lundy Lake Dam Ira L. Wiggins 14187. 27 Jun 1957. ( UC1190333 ) Flower with blue limbs and white throat. Abundant herb 15-25cm high. Area dominated by sage brush (Artemisia tridentata) mixing with Pinon-juniper. Mono County: In Lundy Canyon just north west of Mono Lake. Located on south moraine of the canyon (N. slope) approximately 375m up 4x4 road running 50m west of Deer Creek from the dam at Lundy Lake. Deer Creek from the dam at Lundy Lake M. Klapp 17. 1 Jun 1996. ( UCD119401 ) Area dominated by sage brush (Artemesia sp.). Herb, approx. 15-20 cm tall. Lundy Canyon, northwest of Mono Lake. Roughly 100 m up a dirt road running from Lundy Lake Dam along Deer Creek. S. Quick 25. 1 Jun 1996. ( UCD69646 ) .

- Mono Basin, as Myosotis sp. Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 . .

Heliotropium curassavicum L.  Seaside Heliotrope. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Citation of W. H. Shockley 437. 6/1/1885 ( JEPS67989 ) from Walker Lake is in error because the collection was actually made at Walker Lake, Mineral County, Nevada.

- Mono Basin, as Heliotropum sp. Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Rush Creek delta, On a former strand of Mono Lake in the Rush Creek delta, 0.7 mi downstream from Test Station Road. Tom Schweich, with Kim Kersh 717. 30 Aug 2010. ( CAS1131425 UC1980416 ) . .

Hesperochiron californicus (Benth.) S. Watson.  California Monkey-Fiddle. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Alkali Lake, Open, drying, alkaline mud flats. On the south side of Alkali Lake, where the old road breaks out of the sagebrush. Tom Schweich 625. 29 Jun 2010. ( CAS UC1973809 ) . .

Lappula redowskii (Hornem.) Greene.  (=Lappula occidentalis (S. Watson) Greene) Stickseed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Dechambeau Ranch, dry sandy volcanic gravels of sagebrush flats about 1.5 miles north of Black Point, Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 8715. 5 Jul 1982. ( SJSU9736 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 15 Jul 1908. ( UC148745 ) . .

Lappula redowskii (Hornem.) Greene var. redowskii (=Lappula occidentalis (S. Watson) Greene var. occidentalis ) Stickseed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, to 40 cm., without milky juice, ; Flowers 1 per axil; Pedicel erect in fruit; Calyx, lobes w/o teeth in fruit; Corolla, 2 mm., ±tubular, lobes blue; Receptacle, conic, ±=nutlet; Ovary, deep-lobed, style base hidden within lobes; Nutlets, ±erect (not spreading), scar lateral, straight w/o thick rim, margin prickles in 1 row, wider at base, not fused into crown, barbed (Described from Coll. No. 480 and Coll. No. 1019).

- Coyote Spring, Growing in the meadow at Coyote Spring, Bridgeport Canyon, four miles north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 480. 26 Jun 2007. ( CAS1131489 UC1980434 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, sandy granitic slopes with Artemisia Dean Wm. Taylor 6506. 23 Jun 1977. ( JEPS90177 ) .

- Mono Basin, as Lappula redowskii Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Walker Creek (Lower), Dryer spots near the edge of Walker Creek, just downstream from the crossing of old US Highway 395, about 4.5 miles by road south of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1019. 24 Jul 2013. ( OBI UCR261797 ) . .

Myosotis laxa Lehm.  Bay Forget-Me-Not. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Herbaceous annual or perennial, to 20 cm.; Roots fibrous; Leaves 25 mm x 5 mm wide, oblanceolate, upper cauline much-reduced, elliptical-lanceolate; Inflorescence scorpioid cyme; Calyx tube ±= lobes, tube hairs simple, appressed; Receptacle flat; Corolla salverform, radial, yellow-white tube 1.3 mm + yellow appendages + blue lobes 1 mm = 2.3 mm. x 3 mm. dia.; Stamens included; Anthers 0.6 mm.; Ovary deep-lobed; Style 1, base hidden among lobes, < nutlets; Nutlets, 1.5 mm., black, erect, margin prominent, scar basal without thick rim (Described from Coll. No. 846, 21 Jun 2013).

- Andy Thompson Creek, Growing in fresh water near the shore of Mono Lake. .

- Lee Vining Creek, Growing in a small distributary in the delta of Lee Vining Creek. A recent introduction, outside of its natural range, found in all three major creeks entering Mono Lake, i.e., Mill Creek, Lee Vining Creek, and Rush Creek, and in other nearby wetland areas. On a former beach strand of Mono Lake, now exposed by falling lake levels, in the delta of Lee Vining Creek, 2.75 km northeast of the GNIS location of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1185. 25 Jun 2015. ( CS UC ) .

- Mill Creek, Moist partially shaded areas along creek, about 240 m upstream of Cemetery Road. Tom Schweich 846. 21 Jun 2012. ( Alameda CAS1157702 UCR248632 ) On a small island on the edge of Mill Creek, just downstream of US Highway 395. Adjacent to Mono City and accessed from the west end of Twin Lakes Drive. Tom Schweich 1013. 22 Jul 2013. ( OBI RENO ) .

- Mono Lake County Park, Growing beside the lower portion of the boardwalk. .

- Mono Lake, northwest shore (as a col. locality), In the delta of Mill Creek, on the northwest shore of Mono Lake. Tom Schweich 1006. 22 Jul 2013. ( CAS1202712 OBI82075 RENO UC UCR262153 ) .

- Picnic Grounds, Growing adjacent to the boardwalk. .

- Rush Creek delta, Growing in waterlogged gravels creekside. Substantially outside the natural range of this taxon in California, but well-established in the Mono Lake basin; perhaps a garden escapee. Beside the newly incised main channel of Rush Creek, 1 km north northeast of the intersection of Forest Roads 01N51 “South Tufa Road” and 01N50 “Rush Creek Road”, 5.8 km east of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1170. 25 Jun 2015. ( CAS CS UCR265620 ) .

- Thompson Ranch, Collected in tall grass with Hypericum scouleri. The irrigation ditch is fed from Dechambeau Creek, and it is not clear whether it is being maintained or not. The creek was formerly augmented by water brought from Mill Creek by two ditches. Along an irrigation ditch in former Thompson Ranch, about 250 meters northwest of the parking lot of Mono Lake County Park. Tom Schweich 1010. 22 Jul 2013. ( OBI RENO UC ) . .

Nama aretioides (Hook. & Arn.) Brand.  Sagebrush Nama. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Valley, In loose pumice in Pinion-juniper woodland with Cryptantha circumscissa, Calyptridium roseum, Mimulus biglovii and Camissonia parvula. 1.0 mi E of entrance to Tufa State Reserve on State Highway 120, and S of Mono Lake; ca. 10 m. S of roadway R. N. Bowman 3218. 14 Jun 1982. ( CHSC37788 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Great Basin scrub, recently burned. Mono Lake, along Mono Lake Basin Road, about 3 miles S of the lake and 2.5 miles from the junction of Hwy. J. M. Porter, Laren Machen 15108. 27 May 2012. ( RSA803562 ) . .

Nama aretioides (Hook. & Arn.) Brand var. mulriflorum (A. Heller) Jeps.  Sagebrush Nama. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Navy Beach, Sandy soil a few meters above waterline. Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Reserve, East navy Beach at S end of lake R. C. Wenk, P. Hopkinson, M. Hammond, P. Brownsey 857. 18 Jun 2008. ( CAS1097992 ) . .

Nama demissum A. Gray.  Desert Purple Mat. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Creek, Collector's location description would place collection near Lower Lee Vining Campground. Leevining Creek 5 mi above Mono Lake, gravelly flats and roadside Mono Lake - Leevining Creek Peter Kamb 31 Jul 1948. ( UCSC894 ) . .

Nama densum Lemmon.  Leafy Nama. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bodie Hills, .2 mi. E of hill 7342, 2.1 mi. NNW of Deschambeau Ranch, PLSS: 03N26E33. Tim Messick 1536. 19 Jun 1981. ( HSC77414 ) .

- Mono Basin, in sagebrush slopes and open bolsas along California Highway 120, on road burn (berm? -- Ed.), 11.5 miles east of junction with U. S. Highway 395 Rimo Bacigalupi 3508. 11 Aug 1951. ( SD46192 ) .

- Pumice Valley, In flats above road 1 mile southwest of Leevining A. M. Alexander 4304. 25 Jun 1945. ( NY1082380 POM275360 UC736056 ) . .

Nama densum Lemmon var. densum.  Leafy Nama. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, low, mounded, to 3 cm.; Hairs, dense, spreading; Calyx, free from ovary; Corolla, 3.2 mm., limb 2.0-2.3 mm.; Style, #1, 0.4 mm. (Described from Coll. No. 928, 20 May 2014).

- Pumice Valley, Oil Plant Road at Old Highway 395, 3 1/2 miles by road south of Lee Vining Tom Schweich 928. 20 May 2013. ( Alameda ) .

- Reversed Peak, Collected with Taraxia tanacetifolia and Potentilla anserina. On the drying shore of natural ponds called “Snow Ponds” by local residents, south flank of Reversed Peak, about 1 mile northwest of Gull lake. Tom Schweich 563. 14 Aug 2008. ( CAS ) . .

Nama rothrockii A. Gray.  Rothrock's Purple Mat. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Horseshoe Canyon, Mono County: Highway 158, 0.5 mile north of Silver Lake, near June Lake L. Davis, L. Kreps 29 Aug 1973. ( UCD119545 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, dry rocky gravels by roadside on S-facing slope C. W. Sharsmith 5613. 22 Jul 1948. ( SJSU13505 ) Leevining Canyon near foot of grade Leevining Canyon R. F. Hoover 5409. 5 Jul 1941. ( UC1220359 UC765597 ) . .

Nemophila spatulata Coville.  Sierra Baby Blue Eyes. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Reversed Creek, Reverse Creek Frank W. Peirson 6137. 28 Jun 1925. ( SD87858 ) . .

Phacelia Juss.  Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Mills, oose sandy tephra derived soils in Purshia tridentata-Artemisia tridentata scrub 3 miles northeast of Mono Mills in the vicinity of watertank shown on Cowtrack Mtn 15' USGS quadrangle Dean Wm. Taylor 15225. 18 Jul 1995. ( JEPS91090 ) . .

Phacelia bicolor Torr. ex S. Watson var. bicolor.  Two-Color Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual of widely varying sizes, generally less than 2 dm.; Stem sometimes branched at base, decumbent to erect, sparsely glandular hairy; Leaf ovate in outline, to 2 cm, odd pinnate; Leaflets toothed to 2°-pinnate; Pedicels 1-2 mm, glandular hairy; Bracts strap-like, 5 mm, glandular hairy; Corolla 13 mm x 8-10 mm wide, deciduous, tube yellow, lobes blue; Stamens 6 mm; Filaments few small hairs near base, but are glabrous rather than the expected puberulent; Ovary bristly near top; Style 4 mm, small straight hairy rather than the expected puberulent (Described from Coll. No. 748, 16 Jan 2012). Compared to P. fremontii, the leaves of P. bicolor tend to be compound rather than simply deeply lobed. I also think the calyx lobes are more narrow.

- Big Sand Flat, Collected on the ridge just northwest of Big Sand Flat in an area that had burned several years previously. Tom Schweich 466. 25 Jun 2007. ( CAS1131479 UC1980442 ) About 1.5 km north of Big Sand Flat, on the hill with a monument named "Sand." Tom Schweich 609. 22 Jun 2010. ( CAS UC (TAS) ) .

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC35532 ) .

- Danburg Beach, Herbert L. Mason 15207. 12 Jun 1963. ( UC1275798 ) .

- Dechambeau Ranch, sandy volcanic gravels on dry sagebrash flat near Dechambeau's Ranch about 1.5 miles north of Black Point Carl W. Sharsmith 8711. 5 Jul 1982. ( SJSU9732 ) .

- June Lake, Mrs. J. D. Wright 6 Jul 1929. ( SBBG64840 ) R. Hoffman 10 Jul 1930. ( SBBG64842 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, dry gravels Lee Vining Canyon about 1.5 miles west of Lee Vining Ranger Station Carl W. Sharsmith 7544. 28 Jul 1967. ( SJSU4202 ) .

- Little Sand Flat, nitrophile on margin of sheep bedding area at water tank PLSS location: 1S28E30. Dean Wm. Taylor 6524. 28 Jun 1977. ( JEPS91363 ) .

- Mill Creek, Mono Lake, near Mill Creek on plain at northwest corner of lake R. F. Hoover 5416. 5 Jul 1941. ( UC765596 ) .

- Mono Basin, as Phacelia bicolor Winkler, David W., 1977 corolla tube yellow, limb lavender on Lundy Lake Road 0.5 mile west of junction with Hwy 395 M. L. Conrad, Morris, and Dunn 6797. 24 May 1973. ( UC1481902 ) .

- Mono Lake, pumice sand near margin of south side of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 5507. 25 May 1947. ( SJSU13467 ) .

- Mono Lake, near Mono Lake Alice M. Ottley 1051. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS1460 ) .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), under shelter of Artemisia southwest end Joseph and Hilda W. Grinnell 1061. 16 Jun 1937. ( JEPS15421 UC569600 ) .

- Mono Mills, pumice under pine State Hwy 120 8 miles east of Hwy 395 Mildred E. Mathias, Henry J. Thompson, and J. R. Haller 1157. 26 Jul 1955. ( UC1034262 ) .

- Negit Island, sandy slope of highest point Mary DeDecker 37870. 25 Apr 1975. ( RSA620812 ) .

- Pilot Spring, In open areas southeast of the spring. Tom Schweich 645. 8 Jul 2010. ( CAS UC1973713 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Found on the edge of an area that burned July 26-27, 2010. Pumice flats near the north end of Mono Craters, just south of California Highway 120 on Inyo Forest Road 1N11, 3 miles northeast of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 748. 15 Jun 2011. ( UC1980497 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, Growing in disturbed area, plants of many different sizes. North side of Sagehen Meadow. Tom Schweich 594. 16 Jun 2010. ( CAS UC1973708 UC (TAS) ) .

- Tioga Lodge, pumice slope west side of Mono Lake on the road to Lee Vining 1 mile south of Mono P. O. William M. Hiesey 269. 12 Jun 1934. ( UC646498 ) . .

Phacelia distans Benth.  Distant Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Probably mis-identified, nearest collection are near Big Pine and Westgard Pass.

Annual, to 20 cm., green, photosynthetic, growing on steep colluvial slopes among Pinyons; Stem, sparsely straight-hairy and glandular throughout; Leaves, cauline, ± alternate, deeply pinnately lobed; Pedicels, stout, short glandular-hairy; Calyx, lobes 5, 4.5 mm. x 1 mm. wide, ± alike, short hairy, sinus appendages 0; Corolla, tube 6 mm. + lobe 2 mm., blue, deciduous; Ovary, entire, straight hairy; Style, 1, 8.5 mm., arising from tip of ovary, exserted; Stigma, 2; Stamens, 5, 9.5 mm., equal, exserted; Fruit, (young) 2 mm. << sepals (4.5 mm.), stiff straight hairy; Seeds, 4, quarter-moon shape, 1.5 mm., adaxial surface with central ridge separating 2 longitudinal grooves (Described from Coll. No. 415, keyed 15 Jan 2013).

Calyx lobes are too narrow and fruit too hairy to fit into P. crenulata. Originally determined as Phacelia cf. amabilis. Received advice from Andy Sanders that my 415 was P. distans.

- June Lake, H. Dearing 1470. 24 Jun 1936. ( SBBG11768 ) . .

Phacelia glandulifera Piper.  Sticky Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lime Kiln, frequent in sandy soil in Artemisia scrub Dean Wm. Taylor 7775. 15 Jul 1980. ( JEPS91349 ) . .

Phacelia gymnoclada Torr. ex S. Watson.  Nakedstem Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Small annual to 3 cm., max., short hairy glandular; Leaf 6 mm. x 5 mm wide, elliptical, lobed, petiole 3 mm.; Pedicel 0.7-0.9 mm.; Calyx lobes 5, ± alike, to 4 mm. x 0.7 mm. wide, slightly oblanceolate; Corolla lobes 5, blue, tubes 8 mm. + lobes 3.5 mm. = 11.5 mm. x 8 mm. wide, glabrous inside; Ovary 1.5 mm., distally short-hairy (two placentas easily visualized on dissection); Style 4 mm., included; Stigma 2, short; Stamens 5, different lengths, included; Seeds 8-12, but too young to be sure (Described from Coll. No. 393, keyed 18 Jan 2013).

- Mono Lake, J. W. Congdon 18 Aug 1894. ( UC107304 ) . .

Phacelia hastata Douglas ex Lehm. var. compacta (Brand) Cronquist.  (Syn: Phacelia hastata Douglas ex Lehm. ssp. compacta (Brand) Heckard ) Compact Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, Small sand flat approximately 1 mile southwest of Big Sand Flat, bisected by Forest Road 1S12, also known as "Logging Camp Road." Tom Schweich 684. 23 Jul 2010. ( UC1980403 ) .

- Bloody Canyon, Willis Linn Jepson 4457. 18 Jul 1911. ( JEPS2038 ) .

- Little Sand Flat, sandy pumice soil Little Sandy Flat northeast end of Mono Craters, PLSS location: 01N27E33. Jack L. Reveal 134. 11 Jun 1962. ( UC1287811 ) .

- Mono Craters, volcanic gravel east slope L. Constance and R. Bacigalupi 3435. 3 Jul 1952. ( UC967199 ) bare pumice and obsidian slopes southeast slope Laura Lorraine 6 Aug 1938. ( UC604903 ) .

- Mono Mills, pumice under Jeffrey Pine State Highway 120 8 miles east of Highway 395 Mildred E. Mathias, Henry J. Thompson, and J. R. Haller 1158. 26 Jul 1955. ( UC1034264 ) . .

Phacelia hastata Douglas ex Lehm. var. hastata.  (Syn: Phacelia hastata Douglas ex Lehm. ssp. hastata ) Silverleaf Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- East Craters Sand Flat, At the north end of East Craters Sand Flat along Forest Road 1S24, 2.9 mi (4.7 km) southwest of Mono Mills. Tom Schweich 584. 7 Jul 2009. ( CAS UC1973784 ) . [ Erect plant, some hairs appressed, calyx lobes not glandular. ] .

Phacelia heterophylla Pursh var. virgata (Greene) Heckard.  (Syn: P. h. Pursh ssp. v. (Greene) Heckard ) Varileaf Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Copper Mountain, Above the mine tunnel in a canyon of Copper Mountain, 1.1 miles west of the intersection of US Highway 395 and Mill Creek Powerhouse Road. Tom Schweich 780. 22 Jun 2011. ( UC1980467 ) .

- Fern Creek, H. Dearing 1486. 24 Jul 1936. ( SBBG11374 ) .

- June Lake, Mrs. J. D. Wright 5 Jul 1929. ( SBBG64959 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinty of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 59. 30 Jun 1908. ( JEPS2087 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, L. R. Heckard and R. Bacigalupi 198. 10 Aug 1951. ( UC1051768 ) L. R. Heckard and R. Bacigalupi 200. 10 Aug 1951. ( UC1051770 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, east facing slope 2 miles north of Mono Lake Post Office Joseph and Hilda W. Grinnell 1065.1 17 Jun 1937. ( UC569598 ) . .

Phacelia humilis Torr. & A. Gray.  Low Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Bend Campground, Coordinates added by herbarium. Label says Colorado State University Herbarium. Ca. .2 mile E of Big Bend Campground and ca. 2.5 miles W of Lee Vining; ca. 20 m N of road R. N. Bowman 3209. 13 Jun 1982. ( CHSC37783 ) .

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 18 Jul 1889. ( JEPS2115 ) .

- Bridgeport Canyon, On rocky soil. Associated with Artemisia. Bridgeport Canyon. J. L. Reveal 86. 2 June 1962. ( NY1057843 ) .

- Conway Summit, along U. S. Highway 395, Conway Pass Beecher Crampton 279. 10 Jul 1941. ( UC1278080 UCD38116 ) Conway Summit, on road from Mono Lake to Bridgeport R. F. Hoover 5425. 5 Jul 1941. ( NY1057837 UC762415 ) .

- Grant Lake, Roadside. Hwy. 158 near turn off to Grant Lake Marina Wendell Wood 109. 13 Jul 1970. ( HSC12627 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, ridge near Leevining Canyon Alice M. Ottley 1803. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS2118 ) ridge near Lee Vining Canyon Alice M. Ottley 1983. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS2118 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 48. 29 Jun 1908. ( JEPS2121 ) .

- Upper Horse Meadow, rocky soil 1/4 mile east of Upper Horse Meadow, southwest of Lee Vining Jack L. Reveal 145. 26 Jun 1962. ( UC1287809 ) . .

Phacelia humilis Torr. & A. Gray var. dudleyi J. T. Howell.  Dudley's Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, to 8 cm., hairy throughout, straight white eglandular hairs; Leaves, simple, petiole 3.5 mm., blade, 22 mm. × 6.5 mm. wide, elliptical, margin entire; Corolla, 6 mm., deciduous; Stamens, #5, exserted 2 mm.; Filaments, sparsely long hairy, which conflicts with “short hairy” in TJM2, but is consistent with “filamentis sparse et longe pilosis” per Howell (1943). Described from Coll. No. 1192, 26 June 2015.

- Grant Lake, Exposed sandy, north-facing slope, well above the highest level of Grant Lake. South end of Grant Lake, east side of the lake, at the end of Forest Road 01S30 “Grant Lake Road.” Tom Schweich 1192. 26 Jun 2015. ( CAS UCR267674 ) . .

Phacelia humilis Torr. & A. Gray var. humilis.  Low Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual or Perennial herb, to 15 cm; Stem pubescent with sparse long hairs, not particularly glandular; Leaves simple; Infloresence scorpoid, elingate, 4 cm.; Calyx 5-merous, hairy (not ciliate), to 5(6) mm in fruit; Corollas blue, 6 mm wide, deciduous; Stamens 5-6 mm, exserted; Filaments glabrous at base, subtended by bristles. Identified as var. dudleyi when collected but changed to var. humilis on the short length of the calyx and stamens. (Described from Coll. No. 793, 15 Dec 2011.)

- Conway Summit, North slope of grade north of Mono Lake. F. W. Peirson 6152. 29 Jun 1925. ( RSA74492 ) .

- Mono Lake, Shore of Mono Lake. F. W. Peirson 9190. 12 Aug 1930. ( RSA91067 ) . .

Phacelia ramosissima Douglas ex Lehm.  (Syn: P. r. Douglas ex Lehm. var. eremophila (Greene) J. F. Macbr. , P. r. Douglas ex Lehm. var. ramosissima , P. r. Douglas ex Lehm. var. subglabra M. Peck ) Branching Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, sprawling when shaded, to 35 cm. tall or 60 cm. horizontally, glandular and straight hairy; Stem decumbent to ascending, sparse short and long hairs; Leaves alternate, to 7 cm., pinnate compound, 5 or 7 lobes, pinnae lobed or coarsely toothed, terminal lobes larger than lateral lobes, sparsely short hairy and glandular; Inflorescence coiled, sometimes loosely when shaded, unrolling, 12-15 flowers, perianth in 2 or more whorls, parts in 5s, bisexual; Pedicels, 1-3 mm, elongating as fruit matures; Calyx lobes 5, free, 6-7.5 mm., elliptic-lanceolate, tip acute, glandular-hairy; Corolla, blue, tube fused 4-6 mm + lobes (5) 2-3.5 mm., = 6-10 mm x 8 mm. wide, radial; Ovary superior, 1 mm., entire, straight hairy distally; Style, arising from top of ovary, 7 mm., hairy proximally, forked at approximate middle; Stigmas 2, exserted; Stamens 5, alternate, all fertile; Filaments fused near base (with accessory tissue where fused), turning downward at anther; Anthers purple; Fruit, 3 mm., ovoid; Seeds, 4, 2.5 mm, light brown, pitted. (Described from Coll. No. 96, 13 Jan 2013, and Coll. No. 321, 19 Jan 2013).

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC35534 ) .

- Grant Lake, South end of Grant Lake, east side of the lake, at the end of Forest Road 01S30 “Grant Lake Road.” Tom Schweich 1190. 26 Jun 2015. ( OBI83220 UCR267672 ) .

- Panum Crater, sandy pumice flats in Purshia tridentata-Artemisia tridentata tridentata scrub Mono Basin: Test Station Road at north base of Panum Crater, PLSS location: 01N27E. Dean Wm. Taylor 16743. 1 Jul 1998. ( JEPS101544 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, Upper slope of hill north of Sagehen Meadow. Tom Schweich 669. 16 Jul 2010. ( CAS1120820 UC1973773 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, Mono Lake, 3 miles north of Tioga Lodge Lewis S. Rose 50204. 26 Jul 1950. ( UC942885 ) in pumice slope west side of lake 1 mile south of Mono P. O. on road to Lee Vining William M. Hiesey 261. 12 Jun 1934. ( UC646497 ) . .

Phacelia tetramera J. T. Howell.  Four Part Phacelia. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Alkali Lake, Habitat: White, crusty saline flats. Associated Species: Carex. Nevada, Mineral, Alkalai Valley west of Mt. Hicks, Alkali Lake, 0.15 road miles NNW of the lake. Verbatim Coordinates: 38° 16.934' N 118° 45.687' W; TRS: T5N R29E sec 21. Arnold Tiehm and Jan Nachlinger 16561. 5 Jun 2013. ( RENO23083 ) . .

Plagiobothrys hispidus A. Gray.  Cascade Popcornflower. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Creek, Marsy stream bank Near Leevining at Mono Lake, foot of Tioga Pass Rd. B. Lindner, E. Robinson 37. 9 Jun 1936. ( RSA74218 ) . .

Plagiobothrys kingii (S. Watson) A. Gray.  Great Basin Popcornflower. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, basin sagebrush scrub Lee Vining Creek 5 miles above Mono Lake, gravelly flats and roadsides Peter Kamb 1259. 31 Jul 1948. ( UC1178532 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-2, Observation per MBRG voucher . .

Plagiobothrys kingii (S. Watson) A. Gray var. harknessii (Greene) Jepson.  Harkness' Popcornflower. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, cotyledons persistent, to 7 cm., tap-rooted, branched at base; Stems, ±equally tall; Leaves, basal rosette 0, cauline alternate; Corolla, white, limb 5 mm., appendages yellow, prominent; Nutlets, #4, light tan, ovoid, 2.6 mm. × 1.5 mm. wide, adaxially keeled above scar, scar, lateral, sessile, raised, flat without thick rim, margin prickles 0, cross-ribs irregular (Described from Coll. No. 611, 22 Jun 2010).

- Big Sand Flat, About 1.5 km north of Big Sand Flat, on the hill with a monument named "Sand." Tom Schweich 611. 22 Jun 2010. ( UC UCR262125 ) .

- Black Point, in black cinder soil along road East side of Black Point along road to cinder plant Jack L. Reveal 1086. 29 Apr 1965. ( UC1338442 ) .

- Mono Lake, H. W. Harkness Jun 1886. ( UC78017 ) . [ Is this a type? , Basionym: Sonnea harknessii Greene Pittonia 1(2): 23. 1887. ] .

Plagiobothrys kingii (S. Watson) A. Gray var. kingii.  Great Basin Popcornflower. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Sagehen Peak, 20° S-facing slope of soft decomposed granite soil, with occasional granite outcrops. With Artemisia tridentata, Purshia tridentata, Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus, Phacelia bicolor, Grayia spinosa. Dexter Cyn. quad; Occasional on disturbed loose roadside soil. GLASS MOUNTAIN REGION Sagehen Peak; 150m S of peak along steep deeply rutted 4WD road, PLSS: 01S28E13. Michael Honer 992. 21 Jun 2001. ( RSA680594 ) . .

Tiquilia nuttallii (Hook.) A. T. Richardson.  (Syn: Coldenia n. Hook. ) Nuttall's Crinklemat. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Alameda Well, in stabilized dune, which was probably an old beach strand. in Mono Valley, 20 meters west of and above Dobie Meadows Road, 1.7 mi (2.7 km) northwest of Alameda Well Tom Schweich 573. 7 Jul 2009. ( UC1973778 ) . [ See my image: IMG_1959.JPG ]

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 32427. 21 Jul 1889. ( UC32427 ) .

- Mill Creek, Near Mill Creek on plain at northwest corner of Mono Lake. R. F. Hoover 5417. 5 Jul 1941. ( UC762985 ) .

- Mono Basin, as Tiquilia plicata Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 Listed as a synonym Coldenia nuttallii Hook. Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Craters, Pumice and obsidian soil. Herbert L. Mason 13680. 5 Sep 1948. ( UC1191833 ) .

- Mono Lake, Dry gravels of old lake terraces. Above west shore of Mono Lake about 2 miles north of Lee Vining Creek. Carl W. Sharsmith 6291. 18 Jul 1955. ( SJSU1683 ) 3 miles north of Mono Lake. Herbert L. Mason 11500. 1 Aug 1936. ( UC1081527 ) Moist ground. Sulphur Springs near Artesian Well, northeast shore of Mono Lake. Herbert L. Mason 15223. 4 Jul 1963. ( UC1275783 ) .

- Mono Lake Cemetery, On sandy soil. Grounds north of Mono Lake Cemetary. James L. Reveal and Jack L. Reveal 411. 14 Jul 1962. ( UC1338684 ) .

- Mono Lake, Alice M. Ottley 1058. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS67397 ) Sandy soil at lake. Henry N. Bolander 6407. 1866. ( UC24640 ) Desert slopes. Lewis S. Rose 37699. 29 Sep 1937. ( UC1347191 UC881479 ) Unknown 78324. 24 Aug 1896. ( UC78324 ) .

- MBRG P-2, Observation of Coldenia nuttallii per MBRG voucher .

- Mono Lake, southeast of (as a collection locality), Punice sands 1 mile southeast of Mono Lake. Carl W. Sharsmith 5478. 6 Aug 1946. ( SJSU13502 ) .

- Mono Mills, loose sandy (tephra derived) soils in Purshia tridentata-Artemisia tridentata scrub About 3 miles northeast of Mono Mills, in the vicinity of watertank shown on Cowtrack Mountain 15' USGS quadrangle. Dean Wm. Taylor 15223. 18 Jul 1995. ( JEPS90904 ) Sand flat, in deep sand of volcanic origin. South of Mono Lake, 4 miles north of Mono Mills. L. R. Abrams and David D. Keck 2875. 30 Jun 1934. ( UC532136 ) .

- Rush Creek, On formerly flooded and now drying sandy banks of Rush Creek, 2.8 mi. downstream from US Highway 395, and 1.5 mi. upstream from Test Station Road. Tom Schweich 726. 1 Sep 2010. ( UC1980406 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, vegetative type; e.-n.e. slope; on overgrazed area 1.3 miles northwest of Tioga Lodge. A. D. Gifford 889. 1 Sep 1937. ( UC1063993 UC577976 ) .

Brassicaceae

Boechera bodiensis (Rollins) Al-Shehbaz.  (Syn: A. bodiensis Rollins ) Bodie Hills Rock Cress. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Cottonwood Canyon, Steep rocky slope, Pinus monophylla forest E side of Cottonwood Canyon, 5.1 mi. S of Bodie, PLSS: 03N27E08. Tim M Messick 992. 20 Jun 1980. ( HSC70667 ) .

- Mount Biedeman, With Eriogonum microthecum, Leptodactylon pungens, Phoenicaulis cheiranthoides Near summit of Mt. Biedeman, 5.1 mi. SW of Bodie, PLSS: 03N26E01. Tim M. Messick 515. 18 Jun 1979. ( HSC70666 ) . .

Boechera cobrensis (M. E. Jones) Dorn.  (Syn: A. cobrensis M. E. Jones ) Sagebrush Rockcress. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, along US Highway 395, 8 miles south of Lee Vining Darley Howe 5047. 22 Jun 1978. ( SD102803 SDSU2626 ) .

- Alkali Lake, Habitat: In and around sand dunes. Associated Species: Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus. Nevada, Mineral, Alkalai Valley west of Mt. Hicks, 0.7 road miles NNE of the lake Arnold Tiehm and Jan Nachlinger 16563. 5 Jun 2013. ( RENO23078 ) . .

Boechera pinetorum (Tidestr.) Windham & Al-Shehbaz.  (Syn: A. holboellii Hornem. var. p. (Tidestr.) Rollins ) Holboell's Rockcress. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, disturbed hillside on old lake-terrace; burned area in artemisia tridentata scrub on granitic sand hillside on old lake-terrace above town of Lee Vining Dean Wm. Taylor 7504. 22 Jul 1979. ( JEPS90215 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, along creek road west of U. S. Hwy 395 1 mile below Lundy Lake Dam Ira L. Wiggins 14183. 27 Jun 1957. ( DS409432 UC1190331 ) .

- Mono Craters, In open yellow pine forest. West slope of Mono Craters. Laura Lorraine 6 Aug 1938. ( DS285724 ) .

- Pilot Spring, In open areas southeast of the spring. Tom Schweich 646. 8 Jul 2010. ( CAS1121950 UC1973746 UC (TAS) ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, In the heavy gravel of the access road to the Robert Lane house, adjacent to sagebrush above the meadow. Tom Schweich 589. 15 Jun 2010. ( UC1973716 ) Among sagebrush. Lower part of the meadow, above swale. Tom Schweich 591. 15 Jun 2010. ( CAS1121440 UC1973720 ) . .

Boechera platysperma (A. Gray) Al-Shehbaz.  (Syn: A. platysperma A. Gray ) Pioneer Rockcress. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Craters, volcanic gravel, open spaces among Jeffrey Pines east slopes of Mono Craters Rimo Bacigalupi (with Lincoln Constance) 2841. 3 Jul 1952. ( JEPS14038 ) . .

Boechera pulchra (M. E. Jones ex S. Watson) W. A. Weber.  (Syn: A. pulchra M. E. Jones ex S. Watson ) Beautiful Rockcress. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Conway Summit, "Sierra Nevada, Conway Summit, Lee Vining" F. Howard 12 Jun 1962. ( SBBG72407 ) . .

Boechera repanda (S. Watson) Al-Shehbaz.  (Syn: Arabis repanda S. Watson var. greenei Jeps. ) Greene's Rockcress. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Craters, habitats visited ranging from Jeffrey Pine Forest to Pumice veg. with...; Pumice and dacite outcrops, 8000-9500 ft Dean Wm. Taylor 7504.1 27 Jul 1979. ( JEPS90258 ) . .

Brassicaceae   Mustard Family. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Coyote Spring, Adjacent to the pool in the main part of the Coyote Spring, next to Bridgeport Canyon Road. Tom Schweich 853. 21 Jun 2012. ( Alameda ) . .

Cardamine breweri S. Watson.  (Syn: C. b. S. Watson var. breweri , C. b. S. Watson var. orbicularis (Greene) Detling ) Brewer's Bittercress. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Type: Sonora Jct, Brewer #1890``

Perennial herb, to 50 cm., erect, terrestrial, growing in a shaded streamside; Rooting at nodes; Hairs 0; Leaves cauline, compound, pinnate lobed, leaflets 3, lower cauline leaves withering at flowering; Flowers radial; Petals white, 5 mm. x 2.5 mm. wide, blade wider than claw; Stamens 6, 4 long 2 short; Ovary linear; Fruit a silique, linear 28 mm. x 1 mm wide, dehiscent by valves, not stipitate; Seeds 14, wingless (Described from Coll. No. 875, 23 June 2012).

- Bohler Canyon, Sterile collection. Same as my collection #875. Wet meadow along the dirt road on the south side of Bohler Canyon, 1.8 mi (3.0 km) by air west of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 506. 2 Aug 2007. ( Discarded. ) .

- Coyote Spring, Growing in the Meadow at Coyote Spring, Bridgeport Canyon, 4 miles north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 479. 26 Jun 2007. ( UC1980435 ) . [ Coll. No. 479, 30 Nov 2011, characters observed while keying: Plant glabrous; Stems terete; Leaves mid-cauline sessile and auriculate, 4-5 cm x 15 mm wide pinnately lobed, 5 to 9 lobes; Petals yellow, obovate, 5 mm, 2+ mm wide; Stamens 6, all appearing equal in length, included; Style 0.5 mm; Fruit silique, linear, 14-24 mm x 1.5 mm wide, not stipitate, appressed to ascending, strongly flattened, compressed parallel to the replum (which appears mostly as a thin membrane), dehiscent by valves, valves 1-veined (some 2nd and 3nd anastomosing veins); Seeds many, brown scaly (?). ]

- Fern Creek, growing in streamlet June Lake Loop, Fern Creek Mary DeDecker 2179. 20 Jul 1969. ( RSA617061 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, Wet spot. About halfway down the Lee Vining Grade. Milo S. Baker 5845. 4 Jul 1932. ( CAS200129 ) Cold spring, near highway, Lee Vining Canyon. Reed Clark Rollins 4194. 11 Jul 1947. ( DS328133 RSA45287 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, Along Lee Vining Creek, near the Lee Vining Ranger Station Jack L. Reveal 126. 9 Jun 1962. ( NY119879 ) .

- Lundy Lake, Fresh water spring. Lundy Lake off Hwy. 395, 7 mi. N of Lee Vining Wendell Wood 129. 17 Jul 1970. ( HSC12611 ) .

- Parker Creek, Along Parker Creek Road (F. R. 01S25), where it crosses a small unnamed creek, 3.2 miles southwest of the intersection of California Highway 158 and US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 875. 23 Jun 2012. ( CAS1157548 UC ) .

- Walker Lake, From J. W. Congdon Herbarium, probably coll. by J. W. Congdon. J. W. Congdon 25 Aug 1895. ( UC117830 ) Loc: appears to be spelled "Bludy Canyon;" From J. W. Congdon Herb., probably coll. by J. W. Congdon. Bloody Canyon, Walker Lake J. W. Congdon 17 Aug 1894. ( UC117831 ) . .

Caulanthus sierrae ined.  Sierra Jewelflower. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. This taxon is awaiting publication by Roy Buck. There are 27 vouchers from Inyo and Mono counties that have been annotated with this name.

Perennial, from tap root, to 75 cm., caudex woody, hairs proximal simple, distal 0; Leaves basal withered, cauline petioled lobed, distal sessile, smaller than mid cauline; Raceme not bracted, terminal cluster fertile; Pedicels 2 mm. in flower to 3.5 mm. in fruit; Flowers radial; Stigma entire; Stamens 6, ± equal in length, well exserted; Fruit ascending silique, ± sessile on receptacle, linear, glabrous (Described from Coll. No. 831, 18 Jun 2013). Keys poorly in TJM2, can be forced into C. pilosus. Keys fairly easily to C. sp. in Taylor (2010), i.e., the undescribed Sierra Jewelflower (Caulanthus sierrae ined.).

- Tioga Lodge, east-facing slope, B.M. 6761 ft. two miles north of Mono Lake Post Office Joseph and Hilda W. Grinnell 1066.1 17 Jun 1937. ( UC569647 ) Granite outcrop surrounded by very sandy soil, likely a former shoreline or deltaic deposit from a high-stand of Mono Lake, above Tioga Lodge, along a powerline road, 2.8 miles north of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 831. 18 Jun 2012. ( UC ) . .

Cusickiella douglasii (A. Gray) Rollins.  Alkali False Whitlow-Grass. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb to 2.5 cm., from a branched woody caudex, scapose; Leaves, 5-7 mm., entire, few short simple hairs; Inflorescence, bract absent; Fruit, 3.5 mm. × 2.7 mm. wide, 2-sided; Seed, #1-2, 2.5 mm. (Described from Coll. No. 970, 22 May 2013).

- Bridgeport Canyon, Soil - thin, rocky basalt. Growing in Bridgeport Canyon on summit and about 1/2 mile south. Jack L. Reveal 1094. 9 May 1965. ( UTC109988 ) Along Coyote Springs Road, about ⅓ mile southeast of the pass, at a watercourse crossing the road from southwest to northeast, 6½ miles by road north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 970. 22 May 2013. ( CAS1160954 UC UCR250017 ) . .

Cusickiella quadricostata (Rollins) Rollins.  (Syn: Draba quadricostata Rollins ) Bodie Hills Draba. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, as Draba quadracostata Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 .

- Rancheria Gulch, Tre substrate in Artemisia arbuscula habitat; no to few flowers this dry year Bodie Hills (Location defined by latitude and longitude is in Rancheria Gulch -- Ed.) Dean Wm. Taylor 7860. 16 Jun 1981. ( UC1548515 ) . .

Descurainia californica (A. Gray) O. E. Schulz.  Sierra Tansymustard. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, to 90 cm.; tap root; Hairs branched, but not stellate; Leaves basal ? withered; cauline many, petioled, pinnate dissected, not rigid; Infloresence not bracted; Stigma simple, entire; Fruit a silique, 3-4 mm x < 1 mm. dia., fusiform, cylindric in cross-section, many have a little circum-silique dimple or crimp, surface glabrous Described from Coll. No. 871, 23 Jun 2012)

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 19 Jul 1889. ( UC14400 ) .

- Mono Lake, Wm. H. Brewer 1850. ( UC10823 ) .

- Parker Creek, Near the intersection of Parker Creek Trail Road (01S25A) and Parker Creek Road (01S25), 3.1 miles south southwest of the intersection of California Highway 158 and US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 871. 23 Jun 2012. ( UC ) . .

Descurainia incisa (Engelm.) Britton.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Silver Lake, Mrs. J. D. Wright 9 Jul 1929. ( SBBG72181 ) . .

Descurainia paradisa (A. Nelson & P. B. Kenn.) O. E. Schulz.  (Syn: D. paradisa (A. Nelson & P. B. Kenn.) O. E. Schulz ssp. paradisa , D. pinnata (Walter) Britton ssp. paradisa (A.Nelson & P.B.Kenn.) Detling ) Paradise Tansymustard. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, meadow Tioga Road, west of Lee Vining at bottom of grade F. C. Vasek 6706242. 24 Jun 1967. ( UCR6300 UCR6305 ) .

- Panum Crater, sandy pumice flats in Purshia tridentata-Artemisia tridentata tridentata scrub Test Station Road at north base of Panum Crater (Latitude given is doubtful -- Ed.) Dean Wm. Taylor 16741. 1 Jul 1998. ( JEPS96922 ) .

- Paoha Island, volcanic area southeast corner of island Mary DeDecker 3783. 24 Apr 1975. ( RSA620814 ) . .

Descurainia pinnata (Walter) Britton.  Western Tansymustard. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-2, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- Paoha Island, Herbert L. Mason 15210. 24 Jun 1963. ( UC1275795 ) . .

Descurainia sophia (L.) Webb.  Tansy Mustard. Weed: CAL-IPC, List: Limited. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Sole collection in Mono Basin by MBRG, may be deposited at CAS.

Annual, 30 cm. (to 50 cm. when growing among grasses), not scapose; Tap root; Stem simple at base, branched distally; Hairs many-branched; Leaves basal 0, cauline compound, 2-3 pinnately dissected, sessile, not basally lobed, sagittate, or clasping; Inflorescence not bracted; Pedicel, in fruit diverging 30–45°; Petals yellow, 2.5 mm.; Ovary linear; Stigma ±entire (there are clearly two separate segments of the stigma that are receptive, but there is no central cleft between them); Fruit (7-15 mm.) -25 mm., linear (not fusiform or club-shaped), glabrous, not appressed; Septum veined Seeds, multiseriate (Described from Coll. Nos. 404, 854, and 935).

- Bohler Canyon, Opening or meadow near falling-down cabin, near Bohler Creek, and just outside the curve of Forest Road 01N106A where it turns from westerly to northerly and crosses Bohler Creek, 6.1 miles by road south of Lee Vining, CA. Tom Schweich 935. 20 May 2013. ( CAS1202604 OBI ) .

- Coyote Spring, Coyote Spring has an disused water trough, near-by meadows are grazed by sheep. At Coyote Spring in Bridgeport Canyon, adjacent to Bridgeport Canyon Road, 4.1 miles by road from the intersection of Cottonwood Canyon Road and California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 854. 21 Jun 2012. ( CDA39621 UC UCR248628 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 106. 7 Jul 1976. ( DS744455 ) Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 132. 18 Jul 1976. ( DS744457 ) Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. J. Burch, J. Robins, T. Wainwright 233. 6 Aug 1976. ( DS744444 ) . .

Draba breweri S. Watson.  Cushion Draba. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Craters, habitats visited ranging fr Jeffrey Pine Forest to Pumice veg..Pumice & dacite outcrops, 8000-9500 ft Dean Wm. Taylor 7539. 27 Jul 1979. ( UC1548504 ) . .

Erysimum capitatum (Hook.) Greene.  Sanddune Wallflower. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Author citation variously “(Douglas) Greene,” “(Douglas ex Hook.) Greene,” and “(Hook.) Greene,” the latter current per TJM2.

Perennial or biennial, to 45 cm.; Stems, proximal not woody; Leaves, basal and cauline, basal, petiole + blade, 100 mm. × 3 mm. wide, margin sparsely toothed, proximal cauline leaves, adaxial surface, hairs 2 & 3 rayed; Pedicels, 3-5 mm., elongating as flower matures; Petals, yellow, 16 mm. × 4.5 mm. wide; Fruit, unknown; Seeds, unknown (Described from Coll. No. 206, 2 Apr 2000).

- Mono Mills, Joseph and Hilda W. Grinnell 1058.1 16 Jun 1937. ( UC569577 ) .

- Railroad Sand Flat, Growing in loose volcanic cinder sand. Near the former Bodie & Benton Railway roadbed about 50 m north of Forest Road 01S91 “Old Stationhouse Road”, 3 miles by that road south of Mono Mills. Tom Schweich 990. 20 Jun 2013. ( Alameda ) .

- Walker Creek (Lower), moraine soil east to south exposed gentle slopes in Walker Creek drainage 5 miles south of Lee Vining Jack L. Reveal and David Mason 70. 27 May 1962. ( UC1338680 ) . .

Erysimum capitatum (Hook.) Greene var. capitatum.  Sanddune Wallflower. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bohler Canyon, Growing in sagebrush. North slope near base of north limb of Bloody Canyon moraine, near Forest Road 01N106A, 0.2 miles west of Forest Road 01N17 “Farrington Siphon,” 5.2 miles by road south of Lee Vining, CA. Tom Schweich 938. 20 May 2013. ( OBI RENO UC UCR262146 ) .

- East Craters Sand Flat, At the north end of East Craters Sand Flat along Forest Road 01N24, 2.7 mi (4.4 km) southwest of Mono Mills Tom Schweich 585. 7 Jul 2009. ( CAS1160958 UC ) . [ Coll. No. 585, 7 Jul 2009, characters observed: Perennial, to 35 cm., not scapose; Hairs, most simple, some appear “double-ended,” presumably because they are sessile, and branched at the point of attachment; Stem, proximal not woody; Leaves, basal, 40 mm., oblanceolate, cauline, present, sessile, not basally lobed or clasping, simple; Inflorescence, not bracted, elongate; Pedicel, 4 mm.; Flowers, radial; Petals, claw 9 mm. + blade 5 mm. × 3 mm. wide; Stamens, 6, arrangement not clear; Ovary, 5 mm., linear; Style, 1.5 mm.; Fruit, 75 mm., not constricted between seeds, ascending; Seed, 2.2 mm. × 0.8 mm. wide, winged at tip. ]

- Sagehen Peak, Occasional in shady Aspen woodland.; With Symphoricarpos rotundifolius, Linanthus pungens. Populus tremuloides woodland bisected by road, surrounded by open slopes of Artemisia tridentata / Purshia tridentata scrub. Ashy pumice alluvium above contact of granitic and basaltic bedrock. GLASS MOUNTAIN REGION Sagehen Peak area; along FS Rd. 1N02 near SW base of Sagehen Peak. Michael Honer 984. 21 Jun 2001. ( RSA680701 ) . .

Lepidium chalepense L.  (Syn: Cardaria chalepensis (L.) Hand.-Mazz. , Lepidium draba L. ssp. chalepense (L.) Thell. ) Weed: CAL-IPC, List: Moderate. Inyo National Forest, priority: High, List: B. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Dechambeau Ponds, black pumice bordering warm spring outflow, with a few Salix exigua thickets Dechambeau Ponds about 1.5 miles north of north shore of Mono Lake Dean Wm. Taylor 16979. 23 Aug 1998. ( JEPS96906 ) .

- Mono Basin, as Lepidium draba L. ssp. chalepense (L.) Thell. . .

Lepidium densiflorum Schrad.  (Syn: L. d. Schrad. var. macrocarpum G. A. Mulligan ) Bigseed Pepperweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lower Horse Meadow, meadow border on granitic substrate with Artemisia tridentata, Iris missouriensis Dean Wm. Taylor 16983. 24 Aug 1998. ( JEPS96918 ) .

- Mono Lake, Alice M. Ottley 1056. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS53593 ) . .

Lepidium lasiocarpum Nutt.  Shaggyfruit Pepperweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Sole collection in Mono Basin by MBRG, may be deposited at CAS.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-12, Observation per MBRG voucher . .

Lepidium montanum Nutt.  (Syn: Lepidium montanum Nutt. var. canescens (Thellung) C.L. Hitchc. , Lepidium montanum Nutt. var. cinereum (C. L. Hitchc.) Rollins , Lepidium montanum Nutt. var. montanum ) Mountain Peppergrass. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Valley, Growing with Juniperus, Artemisia tridentata on light colored clay outcrops. Mono Valley, 0.65 road miles E of state line on highway 167 to Hawthorne, then 2.0 road miles S on E fork of a Pole Line road, T3N, R29E, S10 A. Tiehm 12581. 6 Jul 1998. ( CAS962705 GH379742 NY280323 UTC226087 ) .

- Alkali Lake, Plants growing with Chrysothamnus in saline areas near the lake. Alkali Valley on the southwest side of the Wassuk Range, north side of Alkali Lake. Verbatim Coordinates: 38° 17' N 118° 45' W. A. Tiehm and Matt Lavin 8139. 12 Jul 1983. ( NY76315 UTC191691 ) Habitat: White, crusty saline flats.Associated Species: Distichlis spicata. Nevada, Mineral, Alkalai Valley west of Mt. Hicks, Alkali Lake, near NW edge of the lake Arnold Tiehm and Jan Nachlinger 16559. 5 Jun 2013. ( RENO23148 ) . .

Lepidium perfoliatum L.  Clasping Pepperweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Paoha Island, Paoha Island, Mono Lake, volcanic area, southeast corner of island Mary DeDecker 3784. 24 Apr 1975. ( RSA620851 ) . .

Nasturtium officinale R. Br.  (Syn: Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum (L.) Hayek ) Watercress. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb to 15 cm., aquatic, hairs 0; Caudex 0; Roots, fibrous, rooting at nodes; Stem decumbent, leafy; Leaves cauline, compound, pinnately divided, petioled, Inflorescence not bracted, not one-sided; Flowers radial; Sepals 2mm., ovate to obovate; Petals 2.5-2.7 mm., white, obovate to spoon-shaped, margins entire; Stamens 6; Filaments plain; Fruit, young linear, mature 13 mm. x 1.8 mm. wide; Ovules (seeds) many, 2 rows (Described from Coll. No. 889, 23 August 2012).

- Indian Spring, Collected about a week after the Indian Fire of August 8-15,2012. About 4.1 miles by air north of Sagehen Summit, collected near the water tank about 350 m downstream from the GNIS location of Indian Spring. Tom Schweich 889. 23 Aug 2012. ( CAS1157700 UC ) .

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 .

- Mono Vista Spring, marshy area at springs Mono Vista Springs on northwestern shore of Mono Lake Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1710. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1191535 ) . .

Phoenicaulis cheiranthoides Nutt.  Wallflower Phoenicaulis. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Creek, gravelly basin of creek Dean Wm. Taylor 7733. 6 May 1980. ( JEPS90371 ) . .

Physaria kingii (S. Watson) O'Kane & Al-Shehbaz.  (Syn: Lesquerella k. (S. Watson) S. Watson ) King Bladderpod. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Copper Mountain, limestone outcrops just north of mouth of Lundy Canyon into Mono Basin Dean Wm. Taylor 6511. 13 Jul 1977. ( CAS885851 JEPS90374 ) Growing on rocky metamorphic limestone; ass. With Artemisia. West of the lower mine tunnel at the copper mine in canyon NE of Copper Mts, PLSS: 02N25E11. Jack L. Reveal, and James L. Reveal. 7 Jul 1963. ( RSA220823 UCD116149 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, Mono County: In Lundy Canyon just north west of Mono Lake. Located on south moraine of the canyon (N. slope) approximately 300m up 4x4 road running 40m west of Deer Creek from the dam at Lundy Lake M. Klapp 23. 1 Jun 1996. ( UCD116148 ) .

- Mono Basin, . .

Physaria ludoviciana (Nutt.) O'Kane & Al-Shehbaz.  Foothill Bladderpod. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Anchorite Hills, On dirt road. Growing with Artemisia tridentata in areas of compacted silty sand. Anchorite Hills, 3.3 road miles east northeast of state line on highway 359 from Hawthorne, then 3.6 road miles SW. PLSS: 03N29E04. Arnold Tiehm, Jan Nachlinger 14462. 26 May 2004. ( CAS1049527 JEPS113350 NY850848 UC1873562 ) On dirt road. Growing with Artemisia tridentata in areas of compacted silty sand. Anchorite Hills, 3.3 road miles east northeast of state line on highway 359 from Hawthorne, then 3.6 road miles SW. Arnold Tiehm 14986. 15 Jul 2005. ( CAS1094525 NY850847 UTC248653 ) . .

Polyctenium fremontii (S. Watson) Greene.  (Syn: Polyctenium fremontii (S. Watson) Greene var. confertum Rollins , Polyctenium williamsiae Rollins ) Desert Combleaf. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Larkin Lake, Plants forming clumps in drying areas at the edge of the lake Bodie Hills, Larkin Lake at the northeast end of Trench Canyon, T4N R28E, Sec. 14 Arnold Tiehm and Matt Lavin 8118. 12 Jul 1983. ( RSA323761 ) [ Type of P. fremontii var. confertum Rollins, Harvard Pap. Bot. 4: 47. 1993 8549 ] drying lake margin Mono Basin, Trench Canyon, Larkin Lake Dean Wm. Taylor 7782. 15 Jul 1980. ( JEPS90365 ) Light gray subalkaline mud; meadow bordering large lakebed, Iva axillaris - Muhlenbergia richardsonis meadow bordering large Eleocharis macrostachya lakebed. Dean Wm. Taylor 16772. 2 Jul 1998. ( JEPS96678 JEPS96925 UC1736734 ) . .

Rorippa sphaerocarpa (A. Gray) Britton.  Roundfruit Yellowcress. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Larkin Lake, drying lake margin Mono Basin, Larkin Lake in Trench Canyon Dean Wm. Taylor 7781. 15 Jul 1980. ( JEPS90359 ) . .

Sisymbrium altissimum L.  Tall Tumblemustard. Weed: Inyo National Forest, CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), In tufa in a moist alkaline seep; dominated by Juncus nevadensis, J. americanus and Distichlis spicata southwest side of Mono Lake, between the lake and US Hwy 395 George K. Helmkamp 60020. 8 Sep 1988. ( UCR60020 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, Lewis S. Rose 50183. 25 Jul 1950. ( UC942939 ) . .

Streptanthus oliganthus Rollins.  Masonic Mountain Jewelflower. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Copper Mountain, in metamorphic limestone and rocks in canyon bottom Copper Mine Canyon northeast Copper Mountain Jack L. Reveal and James L. Reveal 525. 7 Jul 1963. ( CAS569537 NY189011 UC1338479 ) . .

Streptanthus tortuosus Kellogg.  Shieldplant. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 176. 14 Aug 1908. ( UC402746 ) .

- Sagehen Peak, Uncommon, scattered in an near pure stand of Lupinus argenteus var. argenteus on sand slopes that appear barren until mid-summer. About 1/3 mile north northwest of Sagehen Peak, and east of Sagehen Meadows Road. Tom Schweich 676. 22 Jul 2010. ( CAS1121438 UC1980363 ) . .

Thelypodium crispum Payson.  Crisped Thelypody. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, Broad sand flat of coarse pumice soil, bordered by Pinus jeffryi forest on S, Atremesia tridentata scrub on N, with few shrubs on flat. Big Sand Flat; along Hwy 120, near turnoff to Crooked Meadows (FS. Rd. 1S17) Michael Honer 1354. 25 Jul 2001. ( RSA700816 UC1787160 ) .

- Bloody Canyon, dry soil Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC14395 ) .

- Mono Lake, Camp 120 near Mono Lake Wm. H. Brewer 1819. 7 Jul 1863. ( UC10931 UC10933 ) .

- Alkali Lake, White saline flats. Associated Species: Distichlis spicata. Nevada, Mineral, Alkalai Valley west of Mt. Hicks, Alkali Lake, near NW edge of the lake. Verbatim Coordinates: 38° 16.678' N 118° 45.672' W; TRS: T5N R29E sec 21 Arnold Tiehm and Jan Nachlinger 16558. 5 Jun 2013. ( RENO23082 ) Plants growing with Chrysothamnus. Alkali Valley on the SW side of the Wassuk Range, north side of Alkali Lake. Verbatim Coordinates: 38 17 0.00 N 118 45 0.00 W . Arnold Tiehm and Matt Lavin 8138. 12 Jul 1983. ( NY215396 ) Northwest side of Alkali Lake, in alkaline soils with rabbitbrush. Tom Schweich 622. 29 Jun 2010. ( CAS UC1973811 ) . .

Thelypodium integrifolium (Nutt.) Endl. ex Walp. ssp. complanatum Al-Shehbaz.  Entireleaved Thelypody. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Rare: CNPS 2.2

- Kirkwood Spring, Southern exposure. Upper Kirkwood Spring. Jack L. Reveal 1019. 2 Aug 1964. ( NY215620 ) .

- Mono Lake, north shore (as a collection locality), Growing with Chrysothamnus species. Plants 6 ft high. Fruiting ; N shore of Mono Lake. E of Sierra Nevada. F. W. Peirson 9201. 12 Aug 1930. ( POM175529 RSA66833 ) .

- Sulphur Pond, Scirpus thickets bordering warm sulphur spring outflow, with a few Salix exigua thickets Sulphur Pond about 1.5 miles east of northeast shore of Mono Lake Dean Wm. Taylor 16971.2 23 Aug 1998. ( JEPS96907 ) See Collection No. 840. Edge of wet area. Tom Schweich 837. 20 Jun 2012. ( Alameda ) Tom Schweich 840. 20 Jun 2012. ( CAS1148725 UC UCR241441 ) . .

Thelypodium laciniatum (Hook.) Endl. ex Walp.  Cutleaf Thelypody. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, crevices of sandstone rocks 21 miles southeast of Lee Vining Reed C. Rollins 57349. 15 Aug 1957. ( NY215655 UC1250709 ) . .

Thelypodium milleflorum A. Nelson.  Many-Flower Thelypody. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual or short-lived Perennial, terrestrial, to 50 cm.; Stem solid throughout, glabrous; Hairs 0; Glands 0; Leaves basal clasping, petioles not ciliate, cauline, not basally lobed or clasping, all petioled, petiole ≤20 mm., blade, ovoid, largest 70 mm. × 40 mm. wide, dentate, reduced above, mid-cauline 4-6 cm, dentate, petioled 3-4 cm; Inflorescence, 7-12 cm., single spike per stem, Pedicels mostly straight, few upcurved; Flowers, radial, bisexual, all parts spreading; Sepals ±erect; Petals 7-9 mm., white, oblanceolate (between linear and spoon-shaped); Stamens 6, ±equal in length, exserted; Anthers coiled >360° in maturity; Ovary stalk above receptacle distinct in flower; Fruit, (immature) stalk 1.5 mm. + body 12 mm. + style 0.3 mm., spreading to erect (not appressed). Distinguished from Streptanthus and Caulanthus because stamens are exserted, and ovary stalk above receptacle distinct in flower (Described from Coll. No. 579, 7 Jul 2009 and Coll. No. 764, 20 Jan 2012).

- Adobe Hills Spillway, Along the side of Dobie Meadows Road, just below the Adobe Hills Spillway, 32 km by air east northeast of Lee Vining, California, or 16.6 miles east on CA Highway 167 from US Highway 395, then 7.9 miles southeast on Dobie Meadows Road. Tom Schweich 579. 7 Jul 2009. ( CAS1160959 UCR250012 ) .

- Hector Station, On Goat Ranch Road, 5.3 miles by road east north east of the intersection of US Highway 395 and California Highway 167 (Pole Line Road). Tom Schweich 764. 19 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131401 UC UC1980482 ) .

- Mono Basin, At the base of a volcanic cliff. Abundant among rocks. Biennial; stems usually single, simple or branched above, usually inflated; inflorescence up to 10 dm. long. 7.6 mi S of Bodie. Reed C. Rollins 81133. 26 May 1981. ( NY215708 ) .

Cactaceae

Opuntia polyacantha Haw. var. erinacea (Engelm. & Bigelow) Parfitt.  (Syn: O. erinacea Engelm. & J. Bigelow var. e. ) Grizzly Bear Pricklypear. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, This taxon is found as close to the Mono Basin as Granite Mountain, north of CA Highway 120, determined as Opuntia erinacea Engelm. & J. Bigelow var. erinacea. Tom Schweich 8/19/2007. .

Caprifoliaceae

Symphoricarpos longiflorus A. Gray.  Fragrant Snowberry. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Rush Creek (in Horseshoe Canyon), shrub 3 ft tall, flowers pink 6 miles west of Hwy 395 on south end of June Lake Loop in Sierra Nevada at stream woodland. A. Brenholt 3 Jul 1967. ( CHSC34460 ) . .

Symphoricarpos rotundifolius A. Gray var. rotundifolius.  Roundleaf Snowberry. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- June Lake, Steep hillside. Darley F. Howe 2733. 29 Jul 1959. ( SD113368 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 15 Jul 1908. ( UC148748 ) .

- Mono Basin, .

- Sagehen Meadow, North of the meadow among sagebrush. Tom Schweich 665. 16 Jul 2010. ( CAS1120824 UC1973694 ) .

- Walker Lake, Willis Linn Jepson 4452. 18 Jul 1911. ( JEPS12669 ) .

Caryophyllaceae

Arenaria paludicola Rob.  marsh sandwort. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Sole collection in Mono Basin by DWT, deposited at UCD.

- Mono Basin, ¿Typically a coastal species? Winkler, David W., 1977 . .

Eremogone Fenzl.  Sandwort. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bridgeport Canyon, Along Coyote Springs Road, about 1/3 mi southeast of the pass, at a watercourse crossing the road from southwest to northeast. Tom Schweich 964. 22 May 2013. ( Alameda ) . .

Eremogone kingii (S. Watson) Ikonn. var. glabrescens (S. Watson) Dorn.  (Syn: Arenaria kingii (S. Watson) M. E. Jones ssp. compacta (Coville) Maguire , Arenaria kingii (S. Watson) M. E. Jones ssp. glabrescens (S. Watson) Maguire ) King's Sandwort. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial tufted or mat-forming, from woody underground rootstocks, to 9 cm.; Stipules 0; Leaves, opposite, congested at base of flower stems, 6-20 mm. × 0.7 mm., needle-like, spine-tipped; Inflorescence not umbel-like; Sepals ±free, 4-5 mm. × 1.5 mm., acute (not obtuse or rounded), spine-tipped; Petals, #5, 5 mm., white, entire; Styles, #3; Fruit a capsule (Described from Coll. No. 433, 31 Jul 2004, and Coll. No. 965, 22 May 2013).

- Bridgeport Canyon, Along Coyote Springs Road, about ⅓ mile southeast of the pass, at a watercourse crossing the road from southwest to northeast, 6½ miles by road north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 965. 22 May 2013. ( CAS1161739 UC UCR250004 ) . .

Gypsophila paniculata L.  (Syn: G. paniculata L. var. p. ) Baby's Breath. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, disturbed margin of roadside and in adjacent undisturbed sagebrush scrub vegetation; calcareous.... Lee Vining at the far southwest extent of the town Dean Wm. Taylor 15550. 19 Sep 1995. ( JEPS90909 ) .

- Mono Basin, . .

Minuartia nuttallii (Pax) Briq. var. fragilis (Maguire & A.H. Holmgren) Rabeler & R.L. Hartm.  (Syn: Arenaria n. (Pax) Briq. ssp. f. (Maguire & A. H. Holmgren) McNeill , M. n. (Pax) Briq. ssp. f. (Maguire & A. H. Holmgren) McNeill ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Canyon, limestone rock on east face of mountain east face of Copper Mountain near Lundy Canyon Dean Wm. Taylor 6516. 23 Jun 1977. ( JEPS90756 ) .

- Mono Basin, . .

Saponaria officinalis L.  Bouncingbet. Weed: CAL-IPC, List: Limited. Inyo National Forest, priority: High, CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, Garden escape growing on east facing slope at Lee Vining. Mono County. Assoc. plants Prunus andersonii and Eriogonum baileyi. Walter & Irja Knight with Keith Wagnon and James Vale 4323. 13 Jul 1981. ( CAS888610 ) .

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 .

- Simis Ranch, Open field. Simis Ranch (Sylvester Ranch), Dechambeau Creek near west shore of Mono Lake. Carl W. Sharsmith 7628. 29 Jul 1969. ( SJSU4571 ) . .

Silene bernardina S. Watson.  Palmer's Catchfly. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, Near foot of Lee Vining grade, ca. 3 mi. from Mono Lake (State Highway 120) Ira L. Wiggins 14156. 26 Jun 1957. ( DS508397 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 8 Aug 1908. ( UC465703 ) . .

Silene menziesii Hook.  (Syn: S. m. Hook. ssp. dorrii (Kellogg) C. L. Hitchc. & Maguire ) Menzies' Campion. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Fern Creek, Sierra Nevada, June Lake Loop, Fern Creek Mary DeDecker 2182. 20 Jul 1969. ( RSA617051 ) .

- Mono Lake, Camp 121 west of Mono Lake Wm. H. Brewer 1829. 9 Jul 1863. ( UC8475 ) . .

Silene oregana S. Watson.  Oregon Silene. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, growing in open Pine forest Inyo National Forest, west of Lee Vining C. R. Annable, Nick Sloan 2515. 6 Jul 1995. ( RSA663940 ) . .

Stellaria longipes Goldie ssp. longipes.  (Syn: S. l. Goldie var. l. ) Longstalk Starwort. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb, to 20 cm.; spreading by rhizomes, without tuber-like thickening or vertical fleshy root; Leaves opposite; Stipules 0; Inflorescence panicle; Flowers 4-9(10); Pedicels ascending; Sepals free; Petals 2-lobed, > sepals; Fruit a capsule, ovoid (turns wetting solution purple); Seed many, 0.8 mm, ovoid, light brown, slightly rugose (Described from Coll. No. 862, 23 Jun 2012).

- Big Sand Flat, Also collected at Sagehen Meadow. In a damp area beside Dry Creek where it enters Big Sand Flat. Tom Schweich 603. 22 Jun 2010. ( UC1973727 ) .

- Dry Creek, In the middle reaches of upper Dry Creek, i.e., above Big Sand Flat. Tom Schweich 654. 12 Jul 2010. ( UC1973714 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, meadow Tioga Road west of Lee Vining at bottom of grade F. C. Vasek 670624. 24 Jun 1967. ( UCR6323 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, in meadows on damp loam soil west of Lee Vining Ranger Station, Sec. 17. T 1 N. R 26 E. Jack L. Reveal and James L. Reveal 128. 9 Jun 1962. ( CAS882845 UC1338669 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 51. 29 Jun 1908. ( UC148743 ) .

- Mono Basin, wet seepage area along west side of highway 5 miles north of Mono Lake (town) along west side of Highway 395 Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1702. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1101389 ) .

- Mono Lake County Park, Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. Altitude about 6450 feet. Collected in Mono Park. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 70. 28 Jun 1976. ( DS744268 ) .

- Parker Creek, In a small wetland near Parker Creek intake to the Los Angeles aqueduct, just below the aqueduct road, about 2 miles southwest of the intersection of California Highway 158 and US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 862. 23 Jun 2012. ( CAS1149119 UCR248626 ) .

- Reversed Creek, Reverse Creek, Mono County, 7500 ft. Frank W. Peirson 6133. 28 June 1925. ( CAS187477 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, In the swale draining the meadow, southeast corner. Tom Schweich 636. 5 Jul 2010. ( CAS1120834 UC ) .

Chenopodiaceae

Allenrolfea occidentalis (S. Watson) Kuntze.  Iodinebush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Occurs in Mono County at Fish Slough. Not collected elsewhere in county. 2/20/2008. .

Atriplex argentea Nutt.  Silverscale Saltbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-7, Site 7 Plot 4 Station 9 J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 200. 5 Aug 1976. ( DS741083 ) . .

Atriplex argentea Nutt. var. hillmanii.  Silverscale Saltbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Alkali Valley, Plants growing with Artemisia in areas of compacted sand. Mineral County, Bodie Hills, 0.2 road miles east of the state line on the road from Larkin Lake, T4N, R28E, sec. 14. 6750 ft. Arnold Tiehm and Matt Lavin 8119. 12 Jul 1983. ( CAS823902 ) . .

Atriplex canescens (Pursh.) Nutt. var. canescens.  Four-wing Saltbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Black Point, N shore of Mono Lake. E of Sierra Nevada. Top of black pumice hill. F. W. Peirson 9203. 12 Aug 1930. ( RSA65362 ) Shrub ca. 4 ft tall. Black pumice soil in Sagebrush Scrub. With Camissonia, Gilia, Salsola. T2N R26E sw 1/4 Sec 14?, end of spur road on south side of Black Point facing Negit Island land bridge, north side of Mono Lake, about 5 miles northeast of Lee Vining M. S. Taylor 4871. 17 Jul 1982. ( CAS884179 CHSC36191 ) . [ CHSC36191 identified as Atriplex confertifolia, CAS884179 annotated by Welsh as Atriplex confertifolia. ]

- Mono Dunes, Only one shrub seen, about 5 meters south of the highway. In stabilized dunes on the south side of California Highway 167, 4.2 miles east of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich, with Kim Kersh 721. 30 Aug 2010. ( CAS1121739 UC1980411 ) . .

Atriplex confertifolia (Torr. & Frém.) S. Watson.  Shadscale Saltbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Lake, island in Mono Lake Herbert L. Mason 13677.1 5 Sep 1948. ( UC1191366 ) .

- MBRG P-7, Site 7 Plot 14 Station 23, [near Warm Spring,] Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 211. 8 May 1976. ( DS741018 ) .

- Paoha Island, Veg. Type: Sage, south slope A. D. Gifford 860. 20 Aug 1937. ( UC1136244 ) . .

Atriplex rosea L.  Tumbling Saltweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), Moist alkaline seep dominated by Juncus nevadensis, J. americanus & Distichlis spicata. Southwest side of Mono Lake, between the lake and US Hwy 395. George K. Helmkamp 8 Sep 1988. ( UCR59987 ) .

- Paoha Island, Site 11 Plot 8 Station 10 [Paoha Island], Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. Altitude about 6400 feet. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 300. 20 Aug 1976. ( DS741014 ) . [ Voucher was found in Atriplex rosea folder at CAS. It has not been annotated. ] .

Atriplex torreyi (S. Watson) S. Watson ssp. torreyi (S. Watson) H. M. Hall & Clem.  (Syn: Atriplex lentiformis (Torr.) S. Watson ssp. torreyi (S. Watson) H. M. Hall & Clem. ) Torrey Quailbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Several collections of this taxon in Mono County at Fish Slough, but none in the Mono Basin. 2/21/2008. .

Atriplex truncata (Torr. ex S. Watson) A. Gray.  Wedgescale Saltbush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Collected at Bridgeport, Benton Hot Springs, and Long Valley, but not in the Mono Basin. 2/21/2008. .

Bassia hyssopifolia (Pall.) Kuntze.  (Syn: Echinopsilon hyssopifolium (Pall.) Moq. ) Bassia. Weed: Inyo National Forest, priority: Low, CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, to 25 cm., hairs simple; Stem single erect, or branched at base 90° and ascending, not jointed or fleshy, nodes without spines, hairy; Leaves alternate, well-developed, without stipules, well-developed, 7 mm., lanceolate, entire, weakly fleshy, veins obscure, hairs appressed, proximal narrowed at base, distal not clasping, hairs appressed; Inflorescence in axillary clusters; Flowers with calyx, bisexual, no tubercules, hooks, or appendages visible; Calyx, lobes 5, hairy, not bristly or spine-tipped, little red things among hairs that could be developing tuberucles or hooks; Petals 0; Styles, 2; Stamens 5; Fruit, unknown, not developed; Seed, unknown, not developed; (Described from Coll. No. 493, 12 Apr 2012)

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, Associated with Artemisia tridentata and Distichlis. West shore of Mono Lake, ca. 0.5 miles north of Lee Vining A. C. Sanders 2228. 2 Aug 1981. ( UCR27019 ) Dry pumice gravels West end of Mono Lake near outlet of Mill Creek. Carl W. Sharsmith 6458. 30 Aug 1957. ( SJSU2008 ) .

- Mono Lake, Saline strand of Mono Lake near Lee Vining John Thomas Howell 40999. 24 Oct 1964. ( CAS612925 ) .

- MBRG P-1, Site 1 Plot 4 Station 13, horizontal distance above shore 1646 ft., elevation above lake (6378 ft.) 29 ft. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 107. 7 Jul 1976. ( DS741097 ) .

- MBRG P-11, Site 11 Plot 1, Station 2, 110 ft above shore, 8 ft above lake, J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 306. 20 Aug 1976. ( DS741076 ) .

- MBRG P-2, Site 2 Plot Station 5 J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 123. 18 Jul 1976. ( DS741099 ) .

- MBRG P-3, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-5, Site 5 Plot 3 Station 6 (Sneeker Flat) J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 170. 22 July 1976. ( DS741104 ) . [ Labeled year is 1979, assumed to be typing error, and entered as 1976. ]

- MBRG P-9, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- Negit Island, Common in mucky saline-volcanic soil along the shore. Edward Pittman 128. 5 Sep 1965. ( CAS593918 ) .

- Old Marina, Shore of Mono Lake near Marina, on the west side of the lake near Highway 395. Alt. about 6500 ft J. H. Thomas 10475. 8 Sep 1964. ( DS509660 ) On the western shore of Mono Lake, 2 km northeast of the U. S. Forest Service Visitor Center. Tom Schweich 493. 1 Aug 2007. ( UC UCR262108 ) .

- Paoha Island, Growing in areas not covered by shrubs. East side of Paoha Island. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 39. 26 Jun 1976. ( DS744321 ) . .

Chenopodium Goosefoot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Alkali Lake, Flowers, but no seed. Northwest margin of Alkali Lake, in silty alkali flat with rabbitbrush. Tom Schweich 623.2 29 Jun 2010. ( Discarded ) . .

Chenopodium album L.  Lambsquarters. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Pumice Valley, south of Mono Lake G. Douglas Barbe and Ed W. Hale 2294. 21 Jul 1977. ( CDA18325 ) . .

Chenopodium atrovirens Rydb.  Pinyon Goosefoot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Danburg Beach, Mono Lake, North Shore, above Danbury Beach, just west of outlet of Mill Creek Mary DeDecker 4411. 22 Sep 1977. ( RSA620757 RSA620758 UCR110124 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Paoha Island, Veg. Type: Md , flat PLSS location 02N27E. A. D. Gifford 872. 20 Aug 1937. ( UC1136390 ) . .

Chenopodium berlandieri Moq.  Pitseed Goosefoot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Collected along Bodie Creek in the Bodie Hills, and the Owens River at Arcularius Ranch in Long Valley, but not in the Mono Basin. 2/21/2008. .

Chenopodium chenopodioides (L.) Aellen.  Low Goosefoot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Collected in mudflats at the East Walker River Reservoir, but not in the Mono Basin. 2/21/2008. .

Chenopodium desiccatum A. Nelson.  Aridland Goosefoot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Cowtrack Mountain, sagebrush-grassland Cowtrack Mountain 5 miles southeast of Mono Lake R. E. Douglas 48. 28 Jul 1964. ( SJSU10586 ) .

- Little Sand Flat, sheep holding beds PLSS Location: 1S27E25 Dean Wm. Taylor 6526. 28 Jun 1977. ( JEPS90819 ) . .

Chenopodium fremontii S. Watson.  Fremont's Goosefoot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 There are eleven collections of this taxon near Mono Basin, including Sentinel Meadow and Kelty Meadows on Glass Mountain. However, so far there are no collections within the Mono Basin. 2/21/2008. .

- MBRG P-5, Observation per MBRG voucher . .

Chenopodium glaucum L.  Oakleaf Goosefoot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. var. glaucum is native to e US, but alien to California, whereas var. salinum is native to California.

Annual herb, to 12 cm., growing in flowing water on the shore of Mono Lake; Stem, not succulent; Leaves alternate, wedge-shaped, 10 mm. × 4 mm. wide, 1-veined, margin toothed, powdery (“farinose”) abaxially; Inflorescence, upper axillary, 3 mm. dia., Calyx lobes 5 when seeds horizontal, ±3 when seeds vertical, thin and membraneous; Flowers unknown; Stamens unknown; Stigmas 2, fused at base; Seed, 1 mm., brown (Described from Coll. No. 1046, 5 Oct 2013, which, as a late-season collection, may be somewhat atypical).

- Lee Vining Creek, On a gravel bar of the Lee Vining Creek delta, near the shore of Mono Lake. Tom Schweich 1046. 5 Oct 2013. ( UCR262120 ) .

- Mill Creek, pumice gravels on shore Mono Lake near mouth of Mill Creek Carl W. Sharsmith 6459. 30 Aug 1957. ( SJSU2009 ) .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), Moist alkaline seep dominated by Juncus nevadensis, J. americanus & Distichlis spicata southwest side of Mono Lake, between the lake and US Hwy 395 George K. Helmkamp 8 Sep 1988. ( UCR59995 ) .

- Mono Vista Spring, marshy area at springs on shore of lake Mono Vista Springs on northwest shore of Mono Lake Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1716. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1191340 ) .

- Rush Creek, Rush Creek, Mono Lake Herbert L. Mason 13645. 4 Sep 1948. ( UC1191342 ) . .

Chenopodium hians Standl.  (Syn: Chenopodium incognitum Wahl ) Hians Goosefoot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Collected at multiple locations in Long Valley. Also collected at Deadman Summit, which could be in the Mono Basin, depending upon the exact location of the collection. 2/29/2008. .

Chenopodium leptophyllum (Moq.) Nutt. ex S. Watson.  Narrowleaf Goosefoot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, to 80 cm., scaly or powdery throughout; Stem, not jointed, striated; Leaves, weakly fleshy, flattened, primary, 31 mm. × 3.5 mm., lance-linear, 1-veined from base, top acute to rounded, not spine-tipped, short-petioled to sessile, distal not clasping; Flowers, bisexual, calyx lobes 5, appendages 0, condition in fruit unknown; Stamens 5; Ovary superior; Stigma branches 2; Seeds not available, assumed to be horizontal (Described from Coll. No. 1012, 22 July 2013).

- Deadman Summit, Deadman Summit, along east side of Highway 395, 100m southeast of turnoff to FS Road 1S05 Michael Honer 1583. 29 Sep 2001. ( RSA688039 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, northeast shore (as a col. locality), Dry alkaline interdune flats and dune slack areas. Annual. Mono County: NE shore, Mono Lake. Jim Richards 21 Jul 1992. ( UCD98213 ) .

- Mount Biedeman, N slope of Mt. Biedeman, PLSS: 03N26E02. Tim Messick 524. 18 Jun 1979. ( HSC77378 ) .

- Pumice Valley, G. Douglas Barbe and Ed W. Hale 2293. 21 Jul 1977. ( CDA103516 ) .

- Rush Creek, In openings of seasonal wetlands, 2.3 mi. downstream from US Highway 395, and 2.0 mi. upstream from Test Station Road. Tom Schweich 722. 1 Sep 2010. ( CAS UC1980410 ) .

- Sagehen Peak, In a flat area beside Sagehen Medows Road about 1/2 mile north of Sagehen Peak, Tom Schweich 674. 22 Jul 2010. ( UC1980365 ) .

- Sulphur Pond, Sarcobatus vermiculatus scrub bordering warm sulphur spring outflow, with a few Salix exigua thickets Sulphur Pond about 1.5 miles northeast of northeast shore of Mono Lake Dean Wm. Taylor 16835. 13 Jul 1998. ( JEPS96756 ) .

- Thompson Ranch, In a drying field in what was Thompson Ranch, about 265 meters north northwest of Mono Lake County Park parking lot. Tom Schweich 1012. 22 Jul 2013. ( CAS1202040 ) . .

Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants.  (Syn: Chenopodium ambrosioides L , Chenopodium a. L var. a. ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Dechambeau Ponds, black pumice bordering warm spring outflow, with a few Salix exigua thickets Dechambeau Ponds about 1.5 miles north of north shore of Mono Lake Dean Wm. Taylor 16980. 23 Aug 1998. ( JEPS96750 ) . .

Dysphania botrys (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants.  (Syn: Chenopodium b. L , Teloxys botrys (L.) Weber ) Jerusalem Oak Goosefoot. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Great Basin scrub and riparian transition scarce Eastern Sierra Nevadas (sic) Lee Vining area, about 4 miles northwest of Mono Lake and 1 mile southeast of Conway Summit, off Hwy 395 just north of its junction with Hwy 167, point 101 John F. Green, and Nathan Moorhatch 20 Sep 2006. ( UCR182811 ) .

- Mono Lake, roadside H. S. Yates 6280. 21 Aug 1936. ( UC1136374 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, recent burn on alluvial soil recent burn 1/2 mile north of Tioga Lodge, south of Mono Lake substation Jack L. Reveal 824. 15 Aug 1963. ( UC1338724 ) . .

Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq.  Spiny Hop Sage. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, About 1.5 km north of Big Sand Flat, on the hill with a monument named "Sand." Tom Schweich 605. 22 Jun 2010. ( CAS1121590 UC1973729 ) .

- Bridgeport Canyon, Associated with Artemisia, Oenothera, and Eriogonum. 1 ile north of Hiway 31, (Pole Line Road) along the Bridgeport Canyon road, on old sandy beach soil of Mono Lake. Jack L. Reveal and James L. Reveal 102. 9 Jun 1962. ( CAS533534 ) .

- Lee Vining, Darley F. Howe 2 Sep 1969. ( SD75813 ) .

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, Three miles north of Mono Lake, Sierra Nevada, Yosemite National Park. Herbert L. Mason 11497. 1 Aug 1936. ( UC1083126 ) .

- Mono Lake, H. E. McMinn 3180. 16 Jul 1933. ( UC1280900 ) .

- MBRG P-11, Site 11 Plot 9 Station 11, horizontal distance above shore 89 ft., elevation above lake (6378 ft) 150 ft. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 298. 20 Aug 1976. ( DS741008 ) .

- MBRG P-4, Site 4 Plot 5 Station 20, horizontal distance above shore 2091 ft., elevation above lake (6378 ft.) 158 ft. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 160. 20 Jul 1976. ( DS741010 ) Site 4 Plot 5 Station 20 J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 161. 20 Jul 1976. ( DS741009 ) .

- MBRG P-8, Site 8 Plot 11 Station 16, horizontal distance from lake 2302 ft., elevation above lake (6378 ft.) 35 ft. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 232. 6 Aug 1976. ( DS741004 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), In pumice slope. One mile south of the Mono Post Office, on the west side of Mono Lake, on the road to Lee Vining. William M. Hiesey 273. 12 Jun 1934. ( DS278020 UC646466 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, Upper slopes of hill north of Sagehen Meadow. Tom Schweich 670. 16 Jul 2010. ( UC1973772 ) . .

Kochia scoparia (L.) Schrad.  (Syn: Bassia scoparia (L.) A. J. Scott , Bassia sieversiana (Pall.) W. A. Weber ) Common Red Sage. Weed: CAL-IPC, List: Limited. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Tioga Lodge, shore of Mono Lake at the Tioga Lodge Dean Wm. Taylor 8161. 20 Sep 1982. ( JEPS90824 ) . .

Micromonolepis pusilla (Torr. ex S. Watson) Ulbr.  (Syn: Monolepis p. Torr. ex S. Watson ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Sulphur Pond, See photos in CalPhotos. Steve Matson 7/25/2011. .

- Alkali Lake, Plants growing with Chrysothamnus in saline areas near the lake. Mineral County, Alkali Valley on the SW side of the Wassuk Range, north side of Alkali Lake, T5N, R29E, sec. 21. 7040 ft. Arnold Tiehm and Matt Lavin 8136. 12 Jul 1983. ( CAS768168 NY539902 ) . .

Monolepis nuttalliana (Schult.) Greene.  Nuttall's Poverty Weed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mount Biedeman, N slope of Mt. Biedeman, 03N26E02. Tim Messick 523. 18 Jun 1979. ( HSC77302 ) . .

Monolepis spathulata A. Gray.  Beaver Povertyweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, growing in gravelly meadow (mostly dry); soil type: gravel, with Carex praegracilis, Hulsea vestita, Mimulus nanus, Mimulus suksdorfii, Abronia turbinata, Thelypodium crispus, Penstemon rydbergii. along Hwy 120 at Jct FS RD No. 01S17 (road to Crooked Meadow) at Big Sand Flat, approx 10 mi. east of US 395, SE of Mono Lake, 8N13E20SE. Jim Andre 20437. Jul 2011. ( GMDRC5477 UCR243844 ) . .

Salsola gobicola Iljin.  Weed: Inyo National Forest, priority: Low, List: C. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- MBRG P-2, 70 yards southeast of the cemetary on the north shore of Mono Lake. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 80. 1 Jul 1976. ( DS744264 ) Collected just outside Site 2 plot 8. Horisontal distance from shore 2470 ft., elevation above lake (6378 ft.) 68 ft. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 143. 18 Jul 1976. ( DS744263 ) .

- Sulphur Pond, Sarcobatus scrub on subalkaline sand Sulphur Pond about 1.5 miles east of northeast shore of Mono Lake Dean Wm. Taylor 16973. 23 Aug 1998. ( JEPS96753 ) . .

Salsola tragus L.  (Syn: S. australis R. Brown , S. iberica (Sennen & Pau) Botschantzev ex Czerepanov , S. kali , S. kali var. tenuifolia Tausch. , S. pestifer Nels. ) Tumbleweed. Weed: CAL-IPC, priority: Low, List: Limited. Inyo National Forest, priority: Low, List: C. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, Dry slope. Near Lee Vining. Ethel Crum 1531. 17 Sep 1933. ( UC903252 ) Leevining, 6800 ft., Mono Co. John Thomas Howell 27410. 28 Jul 1950. ( CAS652478 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, Assoc with Populus tremuloides Lundy Canyon, above lowest beaver pond on south side of road. Ian G. Gillespie 76. 1 Aug 2000. ( UCR132876 ) .

- McDonald Ranch, 1 mile northwest of McDonald's Ranch, northwest of Mono Lake. T. M. Hendrix 629. 18 Sep 1937. ( UC579361 ) .

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 Listed as S. pestifer Nels. Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, Location of the green "X" on the map would imply a collection of Lee Vining Canyon or Horse Meadow. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 315. 29 Aug 1976. ( DS744265 ) .

- MBRG P-1, Observation of Salsola pestifera per MBRG voucher .

- Tioga Lodge, Tioga Lodge, Mono Lake. Paul F. Covel 1354. 13 Aug 1938. ( CAS652474 ) .

- Alkali Valley, Common in sandy soil. Elevation 7100 feet, juniper-pinyon pine association. Mono Lake - Hawthorne Highway 2.8 miles east of the state line, Mineral County, Nevada. Ernest C. Twisselmann 5751. 13 Sep 1959. ( CAS533536 CAS587609 ) . .

Stutzia covillei (Standl.) E. H. Zacharias.  (Syn: Atriplex c. (Standl.) J.F. Macbr. , Atriplex phyllostegia (Torr.) S. Watson ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Goat Ranch, 3 miles east southeast of Goat Ranch A. D. Gifford 904. 18 Sep 1937. ( UC1136314 ) .

- Mono Basin, as Atriplex phyllostegia (Torr.) S. Watson Winkler, David W., 1977 as Atriplex phyllostegia (Torr.) S. Watson Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 .

- MBRG P-3, Site 3 Plot 1 Station 6. Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. Altitude about 6400 feet. Growing close to Site 3, Plot 1. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 152. 19 Jul 1976. ( DS741103 ) .

- MBRG P-7, Site 7 Plot 6 Station 11. Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. Altitude about 6400 feet. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 202. 5 Aug 1976. ( DS741085 ) .

- Alkali Lake, Plants growing with Chrysothamnus in Saline areas near the lake. Mineral County, Alkali Valley on the southwest side of Alkali Lake, T5N, R29E, sec. 21. 7040 ft. Arnold Tiehm and Matt Lavin 8141. 12 Jul 1983. ( BRY40212 CAS824064 NY528141 ) . .

Suaeda calceoliformis (Hook.) Moquin.  (Syn: S. depressa (Pursh) S. Watson var. depressa , S. depressa (Pursh) S. Watson var. erecta S. Watson ) Pursh Seepweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 .

- Mono Lake, In area with seepage and Scirpus americanus. Common. Annual Saline margin of NE shore of Mono Lake. Dean Wm. Taylor 7854. 18 Sep 1980. ( UCD99572 ) .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), Moist alkaline seep dominated by Juncus nevadensis, J. americanus & Distichlis spicata. southwest side of Mono Lake, between the lake and US Hwy 395 George K. Helmkamp 8 Sep 1988. ( UCR59983 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), Moist, clay, shore. Above water level south shore of Mono Lake, 1.5 miles north of Lee Vining W. Ferren 2323. 25 Aug 1980. ( UCSB36250 ) . .

Suaeda nigra (Raf.) J. F. Macbr.  (Syn: Suaeda moquinii (Torr.) Greene , Suaeda torreyana S. Watson ) Mojave Seablite. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Though reported by Jones, Stokes and Associates (1993) to occur in the Mono Basin, there no collections of this taxon from the Mono Basin that are deposited in the Consortium of California herbaria. Tom Schweich 12/31/2006. Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993

Cleomaceae

Carsonia sparsifolia (S. Watson) Greene.  (Syn: Cleome s. S. Watson ) Fewleaf Spiderflower. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Lake, north shore (as a collection locality), in sandy soil back of beach north shore of Mono Lake Frank W. Peirson 10761. 31 Jul 1933. ( UC511798 ) .

- Sulphur Pond, Sulphur Springs near Artesian Well on northeast shore of Mono Lake Herbert L. Mason 15222. 4 Jul 1963. ( UC1275784 ) Sulphur Springs near Artesian Well on northeast shore of Mono Lake Herbert L. Mason 15224. 4 Jul 1963. ( UC1275800 ) . .

Cleomella parviflora A. Gray.  Slender Cleomella. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mill Creek, under shade of tufaceous rock west shore of Mono Lake, Mill Creek drainage Carl W. Sharsmith 9225. 18 Aug 1991. ( SJSU14678 ) .

- Mono Basin, broad wet grassy meadows, soil sandy and/or wet and salt-encrusted, growing in short grass 9 miles east of Hwy 167 junction with Hwy 395 on north side of Mono Lake Staria S. Vanderpool and Richard Vanderpool 1251. 13 Jun 1986. ( JEPS83697 ) .

- Mono Lake, Fairly-common annual growing on largely barren, recently emerged lake bottom. Fls. yellow. Associated with Bassia and Sueda west shore of Mono lake, about 0.5 miles north of Lee Vining A. C. Sanders 2226. 2 Aug 1981. ( UCR26514 ) .

- Mono Lake County Park, Shallow water of streamlet thru alkaline marsh. With Veronica anagallis-aquatica, Zannichellia palustris, Rumex fueginus, Ranunculus cymbalaria saximontanus, etc. Mono Lake: West end in County Park near Highway 395. R. F. Thorne, Larry E. DeBuhr 47280. 23 Aug 1975. ( RSA364222 ) .

- Mono Lake, northwest shore (as a col. locality), Mono Basin, near mouth of Deschambeau Creek, near NW shore of Mono Lake, PLSS: 02N26E19. Tim Messick 1770. 20 Aug 1981. ( HSC77219 ) .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), Moist, alkaline soil. Southwest shore of Mono Lake. Dieter H. Wilkin 12696. 8 Jul 1976. ( NY242418 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), in crevices and in shade of large tufaceous rocks west margin of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 8730. 7 Sep 1982. ( SJSU9747 ) Saline soil. At edge of Mono Lake. F. G. Andrews, Tom Eichlin 15 Jul 1976. ( CDA25306 ) .

- Picnic Grounds, On tufa-covered rocks along the western shore of Mono Lake, at the end of the David Gaines Memorial Boardwalk, accessed from the Picnic Grounds parking lot off of US Highway 395 one mile north of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1016. 23 Jul 2013. ( CAS1202601 UC UCR262137 ) .

- Warm Springs, Beside a small stream of warm water, on an otherwise bare former shoreline of Mono Lake. About 450 m south of the GNIS location of Warm Springs, accessed by way of Forest Road 01N54 “East Shore Road”, 20.4 km by air east northeast of Lee Vining, California. Tom Schweich 1161. 24 Jun 2015. ( OBI ) Growing among tufa-covered rocks around a small warm spring. About 650 m south of the GNIS location of Warm Springs, accessed by way of Forest Road 01N54 “East Shore Road”, 20.4 km by air east northeast of Lee Vining, California. Tom Schweich 1164. 24 Jun 2015. ( CS RENO ) .

- Alkali Lake, Growing in saline areas near the lake.; Chrysothamnus. Nevada, Mineral Co., Alkali Valley on the SW side of the Wassuk Range, north side of Alkali Lake. Arnold Tiehm and Matt Lavin 8135. 12 Jul 1983. ( NY242427 ) Northwest margin of Alkali Lake, in silty alkali flat with rabbitbrush. Tom Schweich 623.3 29 Jun 2010. ( UCR250014 ) .

Convolvulaceae

Cressa truxillensis Kunth.  spreading alkaliweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Sole collection in Mono Basin by MBRG, may be deposited at CAS.

- Mono Basin, This is the only collection of this taxon from Mono County. Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-2, Site 2 Plot 1 Station 7. Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 125. 18 Jul 1976. ( DS741060 ) Site 2 Plot 2 Station 9. Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 133. 18 Jul 1976. ( DS741061 ) .

- MBRG P-3, Site 3 [P-3] Plot __ Station 4. Mono Lake and vicinity, north of Lee Vining. J. Burch, J. Robins, & T. Wainwright 147. 19 Jul 1976. ( DS741065 ) .

Cornaceae

Cornus sericea L. ssp. sericea.  (Syn: C. stolonifera Michaux ) Creek Dogwood. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, Alongside Poole Power Station Road, about 0.2 miles east of the power station, between the road and Lee Vining Creek. Tom Schweich 698. 9 Aug 2010. ( UC1980388 ) .

- Lundy, Vicinity of Lundy. Miss Maud Minthorn 148738. 16 Jul 1908. ( UC148738 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, Aspen forest (Populus tremuloides) with Poa, Salix, Cornus, Juncus sp., Senecio. Lundy Canyon, north side of Mill Creek just west of lowest beaver pond. Ian G. Gillespie 72. 29 Jul 2000. ( UCR132873 ) .

- Mono Basin, as Cornus stolonifera Michaux. Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 .

Elaeagnaceae

Shepherdia argentea Nutt.  Buffalo Berry. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 In Meadow. On the road to Grant Lake about 1.5 miles from U. S. Highway 395 Roxana S. Ferris and Laura Lorraine 11089. 26 Aug 1945. ( UC733220 ) In Meadow. On the road to Grant Lake about 1.5 miles from U. S. Highway 395 Roxana S. Ferris and Laura Lorraine 11094. 26 Aug 1945. ( UC733117 ) .

- Mono Lake, Alice M. Ottley 1071. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS47165 ) Along Mono Lake. Geological Survey of California 6388. 1800. ( UC5900 ) Henry N. Bolander 6388. 1866. ( UC19720 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), West shore of Mono Lake. Darley F. Howe 4046. 18 May 1965. ( SD62096 ) West end of Mono Lake. Wm. H. Brewer 1849. 11 Jul 1863. ( UC19721 ) .

- Rush Creek, Among willows between the creek and the sagebrush, 3.2 mi. downstream from US Highway 395, and 1.1 mi. upstream from Test Station Road. Tom Schweich 723. 1 Sep 2010. ( CAS1120308 UC1980409 ) .

Ericaceae

Arctostaphylos nevadensis A. Gray.  Pinemat Manzanita. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, granite soil, S facing slope. Canadian zone. Leevining Canyon, Sierra Nevada Mtns, Mono Lake watershed. Lyman Benson 3795. 1 Jul 1932. ( POM286044 ) Sub-Alpine Belt. Timbered canyon mountain slopes. Leevining Creek, Mono Lake region. Percy Train 29 May 1937. ( DS258156 MWI59384 RSA367356 ) . .

Arctostaphylos patula Greene.  Snowbush Manzanita. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial shrub, >1 m. tall, burl unknown, sprouting after fire unknown; Stems, bark reddish, smooth; Twigs, pubescent with gold-tipped hairs; Leaves, alternate, green, ±shiny, surfaces generally same color, lightly covered with small gold-tipped hairs, ovate to elliptic, 35 mm. × 23 mm. wide, base truncate to rounded, margin entire, tip obtuse, petiole 6 mm., covered with gold-tipped hairs; Inflorescence, nascent infl. pendent; Flowers unknown; Fruit unknown. Plant typically of high Sierra Nevada (SNH) in this region, collected frequently in Mammoth Lakes area. This is possibly the first collection from the Mono Lake basin (Described from Coll. No. 1043, 3 Oct 2013).

- Horseshoe Canyon, with Juniperus, Pinus, Cercocarpus, and Artemisia. On a low bench of Reversed Peak, above Horseshoe Canyon and the Forest Service Silver Lake Tract. Tom Schweich 1043. 3 Oct 2013. ( CAS1202599 OBI UC UCR262121 ) . .

Phyllodoce breweri (A. Gray) Maxim.  Purple Mountain Heath. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 6 Aug 1908. ( UC412690 ) . .

Rhododendron columbinum (Piper) Harmaja.  (Syn: Ledum glandulosum Nutt. ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 148. 8 Aug 1908. ( UC413083 ) .

Euphorbiaceae

Euphorbia serpyllifolia Pers.  (Syn: Chamaesyce s. (Pers.) Small ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Tioga Lodge, Lewis S. Rose 50170. 25 Jul 1950. ( UC1042406 ) .

Fabaceae

Astragalus Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- MBRG P-6, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- Sagehen Peak, Small Astragalus with white woolly seed pods, no flowers seen. Tom Schweich 7/22/2010. . .

Astragalus canadensis L. var. brevidens (Gand.) Barneby.  Short-Tooth Canadian Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Black Point, northwest end of Mono Lake bear Black Point, about 1/4 miles north of the hot springs, and about 3 miles northeast of Highway 395, south of Highway 167 G. F. Pratt 28 Jun 1986. ( UCR44193 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft Miss Maud Minthorn 30 Jun 1908. ( JEPS54573 ) .

- Snow Ponds, margin of small ponds trail north from Gull Lake, margin of small ponds in June Lake Area Dean Wm. Taylor 7877. 23 Jun 1981. ( UC1576735 ) .

- Walker Creek (Lower), In Pumice Valley, near the banks of lower Walker Creek, where crossed by an old alignment of US Highway 395, 4.5 miles by road south of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1021. 24 Jul 2013. ( CAS1203240 UC ) . .

Astragalus casei A. Gray.  Case's Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, of Great Basin, 35-40 cm.; Stem erect; Stipule sheathed 0; Leaf hairs simple; Leaflet 15 mm. x 2-2.5 mm. wide, tip obtuse to slightly acuminate, terminal leaflet jointed like lateral leaflets, lateral leaflets not reduced; Inflorescence 8-flowered; Calyx base symmetric; Corolla blue/purple; Keel 12-14 mm.; Fruit 27-43 mm., pendent, 1-chambered, stalk base 0 (Described from Coll. No. 400, keyed 30 Nov 2012).

- Dechambeau Ranch, dry sandy volcanic gravels roadside near Dechambeau's Ranch, about 1.5 miles north of Black Point, Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 8718. 5 Jul 1982. ( SJSU9739 ) .

- Lee Vining, common in desert brush Annie M. Alexander and Louise Kellogg 4302. 25 Jun 1945. ( UC736107 ) Growing among Artemisia tridentata with Astragalus purshii tinctus. 0.5 miles northeast of Lee Vining Wayne P. Armstrong 129.3 9 Aug 1982. ( SD114747 ) .

- Mono Basin, sand hills on north lake side near Bodie Road Junction, north side of Mono Lake Jack L. Reveal and Arlene H. Reveal 457. 23 Jun 1963. ( UC1338746 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, two miles north of Mono Lake Post Office, north of Mono Lake, east-facing slope at Benchmark 6761 ft Joseph and Hilda W. Grinnell 1067. 17 Jun 1937. ( JEPS15417 UC569646 ) . .

Astragalus curvicarpus (A. Heller) Macbr. var. curvicarpus.  Curvepod Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bodie Hills, southwest of Bodie on a rocky outcrop Annie M. Alexander and Louise Kellogg 4332. 27 Jun 1945. ( UC736118 ) . .

Astragalus gibbsii Kellogg.  Gibb's Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, along Highway 395, 8.7 miles north of Lee Vining Darley F. Howe 5048. 22 Jun 1978. ( SD102831 ) . .

Astragalus iodanthus S. Watson var. iodanthus.  Humboldt River Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bodie Hills, in brush on slope on a slope southwest of Bodie Annie M. Alexander and Louise Kellogg 4318. 27 Jun 1945. ( UC736115 ) . .

Astragalus johannis-howellii Barneby.  Long Valley Milk-Vetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 A review of collections through the data base of the Consortium of California Herbaria did not reveal any collections from the Mono Basin. There is a collection from the Adobe Hills. Tom Schweich 1/5/2007.

- Alkali Lake, Habitat: Sandy flats. Associated Species: Artemisia tridentata. Nevada, Mineral, Alkalai Valley west of Mt. Hicks, Alkali Lake, 0.4 road miles NNW of the lake Arnold Tiehm and Jan Nachlinger 16562. 5 Jun 2013. ( RENO23084 ) . .

Astragalus kentrophyta A. Gray var. ungulatus M. E. Jones.  Prickly Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Valley, Growing on light colored clay outcrops, With Juniperus, Artemisia tridentata. Mono Valley, 0.65 road mile east of state line on highway 167 to Hawthorne, then 2.0 road miles south on E fork of a Pole Line road ; Arnold Tiehm 12580. 6 Jul 1998. ( CAS962344 NY675460 ) . .

Astragalus lentiginosus Hook. var. floribundus A. Gray.  Freckled Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial subshrub of Great Basin sagebrush desert (Mono Lake basin is in nSNE); Hairs basifixed, simple; Root crown, at ground surface; Leaves, 1-pinnate, odd-pinnate, main axis extending as a leaflet; Leaflets >> 7, typically 23, mid leaflets 5 mm. × 2.2 mm. wide, spaced 2 mm., tip rounded, sparsely hairy, green (not ashy-gray or silvery), both surfaces ±equal in appearance; Stipules, 3 mm., not connate, sheaths 0; Calyx conspicuous, base ±symmetric; Sepals, fused 3.5 mm. + free 2 mm.; Flowers, bilateral, 18-20 in a spike, not head-like; Corolla conspicuous; Petals ochroleucus (not pink-purple); Banner 8 mm. when dry; Wings 8 mm.; Keel 6 mm.; Stamens, 9 fused, 1 free; Style tip and stigma glabrous; Fruit, 12 mm. long, stipe 0, glabrous, 2-chambered; Seeds, several (Described from Coll. No. 619, 29 Jun 2013).

- Adobe Hills Spillway, Along side of Dobie Meadows Road, just below the Adobe Hills Spillway, 32.8 km ENE of Lee Vining, California, 16.6 mi east on CA Hwy 167 from US Hwy 395, 7.9 mi southeast on Dobie Meadows Road. Tom Schweich 581. 7 Jul 2009. ( UCR250013 ) Growing in the fresh water sandstone at the spillway, 16.6 miles east of US Highway 395 on California Highway 167, then 8.0 miles southeast on Dobie Meadows Road. Tom Schweich 619. 29 Jun 2010. ( UC ) .

- Alameda Well, Few along side the road, many more seen between here and Adobe Hills Spillway. Along Dobie Meadows Road 1.8 mi (2.9 km) southeast of Alameda Well. Tom Schweich 578. 7 Jul 2009. ( CAS1160960 UC ) . [ See my image IMG_1964.JPG ]

- Mono Lake, Near Mono Lake. Alice M. Ottley 1105. 6 Jul 1920. ( NY675584 ) .

- Mono Valley, Ancient upper shoreline of Mono Lake, rolling terrain, sandy soil with some pumice ash; with Artemisia tridentata, Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus, Sarcobatus vermiculatus, Leptodactylon pungens. USGS quad: Negit Island 7.5' Q.; Many-stemmed annual or possibly short-lived perennial; banner ochroleucous, wings and keel lilac-tipped. Scattered along roadside.; East of Sierra Nevada Mtns. northern Mono Basin, Hwy 167, c. 6.5 miles east of its intersection with Hwy 395 [PLSS: 03N27E31] Ann M. Howald 2880. 23 Jun 2012. ( UCR235473 ) Roadside on south side Hwy 167, adjacent to stabilized low dunes; with Chrysothamnus nauseosus, Artemisia tridentata, few Juniperus osteosperma. USGS quad: Kirkwood Spring 7.5' Q.; Many-stemmed annual or possibly short-lived perennial; banner ochroleucous, wings and keel lilac-tipped. Scattered within old road.; East of Sierra Nevada northern Mono Basin, Hwy 167, c. 15 miles east of its intersection with Hwy 395, [PLSS: 03N28E09]. Ann M. Howald 2885. 23 Jun 2012. ( UCR235460 ) On edges of gravel roadbed, adjacent to stabilized dunes; with Artemisia tridentata, Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus, Leptodactylon pungens, Eriogonum nummulare. East of Sierra Nevada Mtns.: northern Mono Basin, Dobie Meadow Road, c. 3 miles south of its intersection with Hwy 167 Elev. given as 6787 ft. Ann M. Howald 2887. 23 Jun 2012. ( CAS1128348 ) . .

Astragalus lentiginosus Hook. var. fremontii (A. Gray) S. Watson.  Fremont's Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial subshrub, 15-20 cm., Great Basin; Crown at surface; Stipule 2-3 mm., sheaths 0; Leaf hairs simple, sparse or dense (define different couplets in keys); Leaflet 18-21, spaced, 6-8 mm., 2-2.5 mm. wide, not spine-tipped, lateral leaflets not reduced, terminal leaflet jointed to midrib, joint like that of lateral leaflets; Inflorescence raceme, flowers (8)15-25, not head-like; Peduncles in 1s; Calyx 4 mm. x 3 mm. dia., lobes 1 mm., asymmetric, pedicel attached below middle, upper side not pouched; Corolla blue-purple; Fruit 15 mm., cluster 4 cm., stalk 1.5 mm., pod glabrous, erect, 2-chambered, beak straight (Described from Coll. No. 418 and 419, keyed 29 Nov 2012. Note: when collected Colls. No. 418 and 419 were described as "e;different&equote;).

- Mono Basin, sand dunes along highway (Pole Line Road); assoc. w/Artemisia, Pinus & Eriogonum along highway 395 (Pole Line Road) just inside California at California-Nevada State Line (Highway 167? -- Ed.) Jack L. Reveal and Arlene H. Reveal 454. 22 Jun 1963. ( UC1338745 ) . .

Astragalus lentiginosus Hook. var. ineptus (A. Gray) M. E. Jones.  Freckled Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 24 Jul 1889. ( UC33517 ) .

- Dechambeau Ranch, under thickets of sagebrush in dry sandy volcanic gravels near Dechambeaus Ranch, about 1.5 miles north of Black Point, Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 8712. 5 Jul 1982. ( SJSU9733 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 14 Aug 1908. ( UC148769 ) .

- Mono Basin, plants occasional in flat county with thin chaparral north shore of Mono Lake Frank W. Peirson 10758. 31 Jul 1933. ( UC511729 ) . .

Astragalus monoensis Barneby.  Mono Milk-Vetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, Big Sand Flat along Highway 120 near the east end of deep pumic sand. PLSS location: 1S28E9, Coordinates Continue: "T1S R28E NW1/4 S9" Jack L. Reveal and James L. Reveal 560. 14 Jul 1963. ( RSA185694 UC1338437 UC1504692 UC1504694 ) NE end of Big Sand Flat, NW side of Hwy. 120, 3.8 mi. E of Mono Hills Tim Messick 1775. 21 Jun 1982. ( HSC77215 ) Field Notes No. 1156. Tom Schweich 6/23/2015. In the road berm at intersection of F.S. Road 1S04 and CA Hwy 120. Field Notes No. 1152. Tom Schweich 6/22/2015. Field Notes No. 1157. Tom Schweich 6/23/2015. East end of flat on very sandy soil with sedges and lupines. Tom Schweich 642. 5 Jul 2010. ( CAS1120836 UC1973744 ) .

- Little Sand Flat, Little Sand Flat, near Indiana summit;: Between water tank and north end. MDB&M. T1S R28E sec. 30. Mary DeDecker 4732. 21 Jun 1978. ( RSA622943 ) .

- Mono Basin, "Endangered" Winkler, David W., 1977 Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 Pumice Flat near Wilson Butte east of US Hwy 395 in the sandy pumice and cracks in the surface of the airstrip. PLSS Location: 2S27E9. Dean Wm. Taylor 8813. 27 Jun 1986. ( JEPS90999 JEPS91415 RSA407650 ) In a small sand flat northeast of the intersection of 1S06 and 1S13. Field Notes No. 1153. Tom Schweich 6/22/2015. . .

Astragalus newberryi A. Gray.  Newberry's Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Danburg Beach, Mono Lake, Danburg Beach Herbert L. Mason 15232. 6 May 1963. ( UC1275790 ) . .

Astragalus newberryi A. Gray var. newberryi.  Newberry's Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial to 5 cm, generally of GB, rather than D, or CA-FP; Caudex base beset with old leaf bases; Pubesence simple, attached at basal end (rather than middle); Leaves bases persistent; Stipules not connate into a sheath; Leaflets 5, 3 mm wide, not spine-tipped, terminal leaflet jounted to mid-rib; Flowers pink-purple; Pods pubescent, obscuring pod surface, trichomes long wavy (maybe varying in length, but unable to distinguish separate short and long hairs) (Described from Coll. No. 768, 22 Jan 2012).

- Horseshoe Canyon Moraine, On the ridge of Horseshoe Canyon Moraine overlooking Grant Lake, 1.4 miles south of the Rush Creek Return Ditch Gatehouse on Forest Road 1S104. Tom Schweich 768. 20 Jun 2011. ( UC1980478 ) . .

Astragalus pseudiodanthus Tonopah Milk-Vetch.  Barneby. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Alameda Well, light gray subalkaline pumice flats and low dunes in Chrysothamnus nauseosus consimilis-Artemisia tridentata tridentata scrub Along the shoulder of Alameda Well Road. Dean Wm. Taylor 16770. 2 Jul 1998. ( JEPS101798 ) .

- Lime Kiln, Dune sand near Lime Kiln. Dean Wm. Taylor 7770. 15 Jul 1980. ( JEPS90973 ) .

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 assoc w/Artemisia and Chrysothamnus North side of Mono Lake in old beach alluvial sands. Jack L. Reveal 372. 8 Jun 1963. ( RSA185288 UC1338744 ) . .

Astragalus purshii Hook. var. lectulus (S. Watson) M. E. Jones.  Woolypod Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, ridge near Lee Vining Creek Ranger Station Alice M. Ottley 1077. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS54805 ) . .

Astragalus whitneyi A. Gray var. whitneyi.  Balloonpod Milkvetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial not densely hairy; Stipules connate into a sheath; Leaf hairs simple, appressed; Leaflets of mid-cauline leaves < 23 (Obs: 11, 13, 17), not spiny; Pedicel 1 mm; Calyx 5 mm, base symmetric, pedicel attached ±middle; Fruit young glabrous and stipitate (has a stalk), red mottling visible on very young pods (Described from Coll. No. 767, 20 Jan 2012).

- Copper Mountain, On the access road to the canyon with the mill and mine dump, in the center and wet margin of the road, with water was running down one of the tire tracks; 0.85 mile west northwest of the intersection of US Highway 395 and Mill Creek Powerhouse Road. Tom Schweich 783. 22 Jun 2011. ( UC ) .

- Horseshoe Canyon Moraine, On the ridge of Horseshoe Canyon Moraine overlooking Grant Lake, 1.4 miles south of the Rush Creek Return Ditch Gatehouse on Forest Road 1S104. Tom Schweich 767. 20 Jun 2011. ( UC1980479 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 7 Sep 1908. ( UC148732 ) . .

Hosackia crassifolia Benth. var. crassifolia.  (Syn: Lotus crassifolius (Benth.) Greene var. crassifolius ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Conway Summit, roadcut, granitic substrate 1.1 miles south of Conway Summit along Highway 395 Dean Wm. Taylor 7920. 7 Aug 1981. ( UC1520655 ) hillside; Purshia-Artemisia-Prunus-Ribes-Holodiscus Scrub north of State Route 395, 0.5 miles east of Mono Lake Vista, Bodie Hills T. M. Messick 1378. 18 Aug 1980. ( SJSU9078 ) . .

Ladeania lanceolata (Pursh) A. N. Egan & Reveal.  (Syn: Psoralea lanceolata Pursh , Psoralidium lanceolatum (Pursh) Rydb. ) Dune Scurfpea. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Alameda Well, in stabilized dune that may also be a former beach strand. in Mono Valley, 20 meters west of and above Dobie Meadows Road, 1.7 mi (2.7 km) northwest of Alameda Well Tom Schweich 576. 7 Jul 2009. ( UC1973702 ) . [ See my image 1959. ]

- Kirkwood Spring, in Artemisia tridentata-Purshia tridentata-Chrysothamnus nauseosus scrub mosaic, particularly dominant within a corral Mono Basin, Kirkwood Spring; meadow about 4 mi N of N shore Mono Lake Dean Wm. Taylor 16834. 13 Jul 1998. ( JEPS100874 ) .

- Mono Basin, in scattered sandy pumice dunes 5.5 miles west of California-Nevada boundary along Highway 31 (Pole Line Road) Jack L. Reveal 526. 7 Jul 1963. ( NY702517 RSA185285 UC1338438 UC1504693 ) . .

Lupinus L.  Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Creek, Alice M. Ottley 1098. 6 Jul 1920. ( JEPS48913 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, ridge ridge near Leevining Creek Ranger Station Alice M. Ottley 1078. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS48908 ) .

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 on Mono Desert F. P. McLean 12 Jul 1875. ( UC16076 ) . .

Lupinus arbustus Douglas.  (Syn: L. a. Douglas var. arbustus , L. a. Douglas ssp. arbustus ) Long Spur Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial of Great Basin, to 45 cm.; Leaf palmate; Leaflets 12-14, 35 mm. x 7 mm. wide, strigose; Calyx 6 mm., hairy, spur 1 mm. +, lower lip folded down; Bract 4-5 mm.; Corolla yellow; Banner 9 mm., back hairy, else glabrous; Wings 10 mm., dense patch of hair near tip; Keel ciliate in distal half (Described from Coll. No. 298, keyed 1 Dec 2012).

- Dry Creek, Deep pumice soil. Dry Creek 1 miles south of Big Sand Flat. Jack L. Reveal and James L. Reveal 617. 10 Aug 1963. ( RSA185201 UC1338736 UTC103592 UTC111654 ) . .

Lupinus argenteus Pursh var. argenteus.  Loosely Flowered Silver Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Characters observed while keying: Perennial > 1 dm, stem hairs appressed, leaves cauline, petioles 4-4.5mm, calyx spurred <= 1 mm, banner back hairy, keel upper margin ciliate distal half.

- Sagehen Meadow, North side of meadow in sagebrush. Tom Schweich 659. 13 Jul 2010. ( CAS1119824 UC1973787 ) .

- Sagehen Peak, On an otherwise barren sand slope about 1/3 mile north northwest of Sagehen Peak, and east of Sagehen Meadows Road. Tom Schweich 675. 22 Jul 2010. ( UC1980364 ) . .

Lupinus argenteus Pursh var. heteranthus (S. Watson) Barneby.  (Syn: L. caudatus Kellogg , L. inyoensis A. Heller ) Tailcup lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Cain Ranch, Mono Basin near Cain Ranch south of Lee Vining Mary DeDecker 1053. 28 Jun 1959. ( RSA624764 ) .

- Fern Creek, Sierra Nevada: Fern Creek, near Silver Lake. Mary DeDecker 1502. 22 Jul 1962. ( RSA626344 ) .

- Grant Lake, Steep sandy bank. West shore of Grant Lake, Bush Cr-Mono L drainage. M. C. Jones 7 Jul 1971. ( SJSU5617 ) .

- Lee Vining, Annie M. Alexander and Louise Kellogg 4303. 25 Jun 1945. ( UC736196 ) Aspen belt, Mountain Valley bottom. Percy Train 28 May 1937. ( UC865084 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, shrub growing in sandy soil on a 10 percent S-facing slope collected at the junction of State Highway 120 and the road along Lee Vining Creek Eric Wylde 48. 31 May 1986. ( UCSB10982A ) Near foot of Lee Vining grade (State Highway 120) about 3 miles from Mono Lake. Ira L. Wiggins 14169. 26 Jun 1957. ( UC1190344 ) Lee Vining Canyon at foot of grade. R. F. Hoover 5413. 5 Jul 1941. ( JEPS65005 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, East slope, sage Two miles south and 1 mile east of Lee Vining Ranger Station. R. W. Lundh 330. 10 Jul 1934. ( UC1129432 ) .

- Mono Lake, Dry slopes covered with Artemisia tridentata Philip A. Munz 7571. 31 Jul 1923. ( UC284192 ) Unknown 25 Aug 1895. ( UC84434 ) .

- Mono Lake, north of (as a collection locality), Open country. North of Mono Lake. Annie M. Alexander and Louise Kellogg 2607. 18 Jul 1941. ( UC671595 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, On gravelly slope among Artemisia tridentata, near highway. Near the highway 2 miles north of Mono Lake Post Office. Joseph and Hilda W. Grinnell 1063.1 17 Jun 1937. ( UC569574 ) . .

Lupinus argenteus Pursh var. meionanthus (A. Gray) Barneby.  Tailcup lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, herb, = 3 dm tall (obs: 4.5-5 dm); Leaves cauline, spread along stem; Leaflets 22-38 mm, upper surface appressed hairy, not wooly; Infloresence open; Pedicels slender, 4-5 mm; Calyx spur mere bulge; Bracts persistent; Flower white, 10-11 mm; Banner base lightly hairy, back glabrous; Keel upper margin ciliate claw to tip not uniform, cilia density increases claw to tip (Described from Coll. No. 679, 5 Nov 2011). Keys to Lupinus holmgrenanus in TJM1, L. gracilentus in TJM2, L. argenteus var. meionanthus in TJDM, and L. pratensis var. eriostachyus in Taylor (2010). The larger flower size of 10-11 mm is usually what gets one off track while keying. Also, the persistence of the bracts can be a problem.

- Lee Vining, Ridge 1.5 miles northwest of Lee Vining below Point 9603' Dean Wm. Taylor 7759. 3 Jul 1980. ( JEPS91013 ) .

- Sagehen Peak, Among Jeffrey pines at the northwest base of the peak with the "Crooked" benchmark, at the end of Forest Road 1S161. Tom Schweich 679. 23 Jul 2010. ( CAS1131430 UC1980360 ) . .

Lupinus argenteus Pursh var. montigenus (A. Heller) Barneby.  (Syn: L. caudatus Kellogg ssp. montigenus (A. Heller) L. W. Hess & D. B. Dunn , Lupinus montigenus Heller ) Kellogg's Spurred Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Horseshoe Canyon Moraine, On the ridge of Horseshoe Canyon Moraine overlooking Grant Lake, 1.4 miles south of the Rush Creek Return Ditch Gatehouse on Forest Road 1S104. Tom Schweich 770. 20 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131404 UC1980476 ) .

- Mono Basin, as Lupinus montigenus Heller, "Rare and Not Endangered, Not Listed" Winkler, David W., 1977 . .

Lupinus argenteus Pursh var. palmeri (S. Watson) Barneby.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Dry Creek, East of Mono Craters: Crooked Meadows Road, Dry Creek slope; MDB&M T 1S R 28 E sec. 26. Elev. 8800 Feet. Mary DeDecker 4163. 12 Aug 1976. ( RSA624436 ) . .

Lupinus breweri A. Gray.  Brewer's Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, Shrub growing in pumice soil at a sand flat. Collected along State Highway 120, 13.6 miles east of US Highway 305. F. T. Ralph 203. 27 Jun 1959. ( UCSB3256 UCSB3257 ) Very sparsely vegetated area Big Sand Flat along CA Hwy 120 at Pilot Spring Road. George K. Helmkamp 2330. 10 Sep 1997. ( UCR102562 ) . .

Lupinus breweri A. Gray var. breweri.  Brewer's Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, Open, treeless shrubless area of loose sand and gravel. Big Sand Flat along CA Hwy 120 at Pilot Spring Road. George K. Helmkamp 2408. 12 Sep 1997. ( UCR102615 ) . .

Lupinus breweri A. Gray var. grandiflorus C. P. Sm.  (Syn: L. monoensis Eastw. , L. tegeticaulatus Eastw. var. grandiflorus (C. P. Sm.) Barneby ) Matted Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Craters, Volcanic sand Compare with RSA38640. In volcanic sand at the north base of Mono Craters on the road from Benton to Mono Post office. Philip A. Munz 11795.1 16 May 1947. ( RSA407101 SD43476 ) [ Compare with the other Munz Coll. No. #11795, determined as Lupinus duranii or L. tegeticulatus var. d. (NY748027, RSA38640). ] Volcanic gravel, open spaces among Jeffrey pines. East slopes of Mono Craters. Rimo Bacigalupi (with Lincoln Constance) 3842. 3 Jul 1952. ( JEPS13966 SD51707 ) .

- Mono Mills, State highway 120 about 10 miles southeast of Lee Vining on the northeast side of Mono Craters F. C. Vasek 26 Jun 1957. ( UCR1357 ) . .

Lupinus duranii Eastw.  (Syn: L. tegeticaulatus Eastw. var. duranii (Eastw.) Barneby ) Mono Lake Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb from woody caudex, to 10 cm. tall; Leaves cauline, clustered near base; Stipules 3 mm.; Petioles 3-4 cm.; Leaflets 7, 8-9 mm.; Bracts deciduous; Pedicels 2.5-3.0 mm.; Flower 7(8) mm.; Banner back glabrous; Keel margins glabrous (Described from Coll. No. 751, 17 Jan 2012, which had generally small stipules, petioles, pedicels and flowers than typically described for L. duranii and would have fit into L. breweri. However, given the west-facing sand slope on which this collection was made, I am assuming it was just a small L. Duranii.)

- Big Sand Flat, on dry pumice soil assoc w/Mimulus; common on the pumice sand flats along both sides craters Along Highway 120 southeast of Mono Lake. James L. Reveal 354. 16 Jun 1962. ( RSA185175 UC1338687 ) Open pumice sand along highway. Kathleen A. Teare 1401. 26 Jun 1981. ( JEPS91003 ) Open pumice sand along highway. Kathleen A. Teare 1402. 26 Jun 1981. ( JEPS91247 ) Broad sand flat of coarse pumice soil, bordered by Pinus jeffryi forest on S, Atremesia tridentata scrub on N, with few shrubs on flat. Big Sand Flat: along Hwy 120, E of Mono Mills. Michael Honer 280. 14 Jun 2000. ( RSA680786 UC1787177 ) Broad sand flat of coarse pumice soil, bordered by Pinus jeffryi forest on S, Atremesia tridentata scrub on N, with few shrubs on flat. Big Sand Flat: E of Mono Mills on Hwy. 120. Within 150m of S side of FS Rd. 1S17 to Crooked Meadows. Michael Honer 376. 20 Jul 2000. ( RSA680679 ) Broad sand flat of coarse pumice soil, bordered by Pinus jeffryi forest on S, Atremesia tridentata scrub on N, with few shrubs on flat. Big Sand Flat; along Hwy 120, near turnoff to Crooked Meadows (FS. Rd. 1S17). Michael Honer 1352. 25 Jul 2001. ( RSA700593 UC1787163 ) Also collected at this site: Abronia turbinata, Hulsea vestita, Calyptridium umbellatum, and Mimulus nanus var. mephiticus. Collected in deep volcanic sand at the base of the slope on the northwest side of Big Sand Flat, the opposite side of the flat from California Highway 120, about 13 1/2 miles east of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 461. 25 Jun 2007. ( CAS1131477 UC1980354 ) Open flats of pumice sand. Sand Flat near Mono Mills. Victor Duran 3343. 15 Jul 1933. ( RSA105105 RSA407091 UC519672 ) .

- East Craters Sand Flat, On Forest Road 1S07, east edge of East Craters Sand Flat, 3.9 miles by air east northeast of June Lake Junction. Tom Schweich 555. 13 Aug 2008. ( CAS1149303 UCR241435 ) .

- Mono Basin, Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 "Rare, Not Engandered, Threatened" Winkler, David W., 1977 under Jeffrey pine South of Mono Lake Annie M. Alexander and Louise Kellogg 1825. 3 Jul 1940. ( UC669144 ) Sandy soils. Bodie railroad crossing of Dry Creek; T1N R28E S19 Dean Wm. Taylor 7740. 2 Jul 1980. ( RSA564998 ) Inyo National Forest, June Lake area; Hwy 158 at June Lake Jct Kathy Harper 62182. 25 Jul 1989. ( UCR62182 ) Sandy soils of pumice on level ground 0,5 miles southwest of Highway 395 on June Lake Road. M. C. Jones 5654. 7 Jul 1971. ( SJSU5624 ) In sun, on open sandy pumice slope West of jct. road to June Lake with Hwy 395 P. C. Everett and E. K. Balls 22000. 9 Jul 1956. ( RSA115785 UC1075625 ) 0.7 miles north of June Lake Junction. P. Raven 95574. 30 Jun 1951. ( RSA95574 ) In volcanic sand. North base of Mono Craters on road from Benton to Mono Postoffice Philip A. Munz 11795. 16 May 1947. ( NY748027 RSA38640 ) . [ Compare with the other Munz #11795, determined as Lupinus breweri var. grandflorus (RSA407101, SD43476). ]

- Mono Craters, Pumice flats with sparse cover of Chrysothamnus nauseosus Mono Craters, Inyo National Forest, on summit ridge near top of Crater Mountain. Dean Wm. Taylor 7531. 27 Jul 1979. ( JEPS91390 ) .

- Mono Mills, With scattered Jeffrey pine and in completely open places; pumice flats Between Mono Craters and the SE end of Mono Lake; T1N R27/28E; Arthur J. Cronquist 11083. 25 Jul 1973. ( RSA245881 UC1399882 ) Gravelly soil. Joseph and Hilda W. Grinnell 1057.1 16 Jun 1937. ( UC569578 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Growing on pumice sands with Pinus Jeffreyi, and Abronia turbinata South of Mono Lake in Pumice Valley, west side of Mono Craters, south of Highway 120, east of Highway 395. Steve Matson 1504. 21 Aug 2005. ( JEPS111273 ) Open volcanic sand flats with a significant western exposure may account for the relatively small dimensions of this collection. West base of Mono Craters at end of Inyo Forest Road 1S18, 4 air miles east of the south intersection of US Highway 395 and California Highway 120. Tom Schweich 751. 15 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131399 UC1980494 ) . .

Lupinus lepidus Douglas ex Lindl. var. confertus (Kellogg) C. P. Sm.  (Syn: Lupinus confertus Kellogg ) Crowded Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. The Plant List, which takes its names for Lupinus from ILDIS (International Legume Database & Information Service), restores L. lepidus var. confertus to species rank as L. confertus Kellogg.

Perennial herb, 25-50 cm tall; Leaves cauline, crowded at base and reduced above, petiole 8 cm., compound, palmate, upper and lower surfaces hairy, hairs appressed below; Leaflets , 7, largest < 40 mm (obs: 10-12 mm, 15-23 mm., 28 mm. × 4 mm. wide), gray green; Infloresence > leaves, 4-12 cm, dense, whorls 6-12+ (obs: 6,8, 8, 9, 10, 12, +); Bracts, 6 mm., lanceolate, tip acuminate, persistent; Calyx, 5 mm., spur 0 to barely bulged to 1 mm; Flower 9-10 mm; Banner, 8 mm., back glabrous, purple, spot yellow, banner fading to brown while small spot remains yellow; Wings, 10 mm., blue; Keel, upper margin ciliate on distal half, color white proximally to dark (red-)purple at tip (Described from Coll. Nos. 683, 714, and 1181).

- Big Sand Flat, Broad sand flat of coarse pumice soil, bordered by Pinus jeffryi forest on S, Atremesia tridentata scrub on N, with few shrubs on flat. Big Sand Flat; along Hwy 120, near turnoff to Crooked Meadows (FS. Rd. 1S17). Michael Honer 1353. 25 Jul 2001. ( NY747205 RSA700592 ) .

- Bloody Canyon, Wet meadow. Foot of Bloody Canyon Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC33549 ) .

- Dry Creek, Uppermost portion of Dry Creek, sandy soil of volcanic cinders, adjacent to Forest Road 1S56. Tom Schweich 683. 23 Jul 2010. ( UC1980356 ) .

- Fern Creek, Fern Creek near Gull Lake. Lewis S. Rose 40739. 3 Jul 1940. ( OBI78131 UC865267 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, On the banks of a small distributary in the delta of Lee Vining Creek. Tom Schweich 1047. 5 Oct 2013. ( CAS1202598 OBI UCR262126 ) On a former beach strand of Mono Lake, now exposed by falling lake levels, in the delta of Lee Vining Creek, 2.75 km northeast of the GNIS location of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1181. 25 Jun 2015. ( CS OBI RENO UCR267667 ) .

- Mono Lake, Mono Lake Josep Whipple Congdon 25 Aug 1895. ( DS37208 ) . [ Various comments: type isotype of Lupinus lepidus var. ramosus Jeps.; Mixed collection on sheet, per Barneby.; Lupinus lepidus var. confertus, LeRoy Ellsworth Detling, 1949-04-01. ]

- Mono Lake, Unknown 82209. 24 Aug 1895. ( UC82209 ) . [ From J. W. Congdon Herbarium, prob. coll. by Congdon; "One..sheet..prob..type of L. lepidus.."; ]

- Rush Creek, Sierra Nevada: Rush Crk H. Dearing, M. Dearing 24 Jul 1936. ( SBBG67057 ) Marshy spots. H. Dearing, M. Dearing 743. 24 Jul 1936. ( SBBG3584 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, On slopes of the swale draining the meadow. Tom Schweich 714. 28 Aug 2010. ( CAS1131422 UC1980419 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow Campground, Sagebrush scrub with aspen stands and small moist meadows. Eastern Sierra Nevada Mtns./ Mono Basin 4.9 mi. SE of Calif. Hwy 120 on Sagehen Meadows Road. George K. Helmkamp, E. A. Helmkamp 2323. 10 Sep 1997. ( RSA667116 UCR122318 ) .

- Walker Lake, Unknown 83093. 17 Aug 1894. ( UC83093 ) [ From J. W. Congdon Herbarium, probably coll. by J. W. Congdon; ] in wet meadows Willis Linn Jepson 4447. 18 Jul 1911. ( JEPS65082 ) . .

Lupinus lepidus Douglas ex Lindl. var. lobbii (S. Watson) C. L. Hitchc.  (Syn: L. lyallii A. Gray ) Lobb's Tidy Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, montane, = 1 dm, matted, hairy throughout; Leaves cauline appearing basal; Infloresence dense or head-like, base sometimes = leaves, top = leaves; Pedicel 2 mm; Flower 7 mm; Calyx spur 0; Sepals persistent; Petals blue, persistent; Banner back glabrous, patch white with blue spots; Keel upper margin glabrous (Described from Coll. No. 686: 6 Nov 2011).

- Bodie Hills, On a flat near a small playa on the north side of Mount Biedeman, Bodie Hills, highest reaches of Cottonwood Canyon and therefore within the Mono Lake hydrographic basin. Tom Schweich 487. 26 Jun 2007. ( UC1980428 ) .

- Cottonwood Canyon, In flat area in the western section of uppermost Cottonwood Canyon, 0.4 mi (0.7 km) east of CA Hwy 270, 1.5 mi (2.3 km) north of Mount Biedeman, and 1.6 mi (2.6 km) southwest of Murphy Spring. Tom Schweich 686. 26 Jul 2010. ( CAS1131434 UC1980401 ) . .

Lupinus lepidus Douglas ex Lindl. var. ramosus Jeps.  (Syn: L. hypolasius Greene ) Crowded Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy, Vicinity of Lundy. Miss Maud Minthorn 15 Jul 1908. ( UC157386 ) .

- Mono Lake, Type. J. W. Congdon 18 Aug 1894. ( GH65557 UC82216 ) . [ "See UC82209, One of these sheets is probably the type of Lupinus lepidus Dougl."--Robbins '52 ] .

Lupinus lepidus Douglas ex Lindl. var. sellulus (Kellogg) Barneby.  Donner Lake Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, In loose pumice soil. Southeast corner of Crooked Meadows Road and Lee Vining-Benton Highway, Highway 120, 4 km east of Mono Mills Site. T. C. Fuller 20394. 13 Jul 1982. ( CDA27466 CDA27467 ) . .

Lupinus pusillus Pursh var. intermontanus (A. Heller) C. P. Sm.  Intermountain Lupine. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Alameda Well, ight gray subalkaline pumice flats and low dunes in Chrysothamnus nauseosus consimilis-Artemisia tridentata tridentata scrub Near Alameda Well, along shoulder of Alameda Well Road. Dean Wm. Taylor 16771. 2 Jul 1998. ( JEPS101788 ) .

- Lime Kiln, Frequent in sandy soil in Artemisia scrub. Dean Wm. Taylor 7771. 15 Jul 1980. ( JEPS100632 ) . .

Medicago lupulina L.  Black Medick. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 . .

Medicago sativa L.  Alfalfa. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, Burned area in Artemisia tridentata scrub on granitic sand. Mono Basin, slopes west of Lee Vining, on highest Pleistocene lake terrace Dean Wm. Taylor 7501. 22 Jul 1979. ( JEPS91342 ) . .

Melilotus albus Medik.  Weed: Inyo National Forest, priority: Moderate, CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, Associated with Artemisia tridentata and Distichlis. west shore of Mono Lake, about 0.5 miles north of Lee Vining A. C. Sanders 2229. 2 Aug 1981. ( UCR27021 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, On a former beach strand of Mono Lake, now exposed by falling lake levels, in the delta of Lee Vining Creek, 2.75 km northeast of the GNIS location of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1183. 25 Jun 2015. ( Golden OBI83216 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Vista Spring, marshy area on shore of lake Mono Vista Springs, northwest shore of lake Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galne Smith 1717. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC191597 ) .

- Picnic Grounds, Tom Schweich 6/20/2012. .

- Tioga Lodge, At the shoreline of Mono Lake opposite Tioga Lodge, 2.6 miles by road north of Lee Vining, California. Tom Schweich 827. 17 Jun 2012. ( CAS1149308 CDA43054 UC ) . .

Psorothamnus polydenius (S. Watson) Rydb.  Nevada Dalea. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Cedar Hill, sandy slopes Cedar Hill, ne Mono Basin, near cinder pit Dean Wm. Taylor 7789. 15 Jul 1980. ( UC1736628 ) .

- Mono Basin, Alluvial slopes with fine pumice sand. Sagebrush scrub/juniper woodland with Artemisia tridentata, Chrysothamnus nauseosus, C. viscidiflorus, Juniperus osteosperma, Tetradymia canescens, etc. Great Basin | E side of Mono Lake ca. 2 mi from the shore at ca. 38 deg. N latitude A. C. Sanders 7140. 11 Jul 1987. ( UCR51882 ) . .

Trifolium andersonii A. Gray.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, Locality: USA, California, Mono, Inyo National Forest, Big Sand Flat. Ca. 11 mi east of US Highway 395 on State Hwy. 120. Roadside. Kenneth Heil 8624. 16 July 1994. ( SJNM ) . .

Trifolium andersonii A. Gray var. beatleyae (J. M. Gillett) Isely.  (Syn: T. monoense Greene ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, short-tufted, from very tough! roots, to 6 cm., soft hairy throughout; Leaf, petioles 2 cm., palmately compound, leaflets 5, not gland-dotted, Inflorescence, peduncled 6 cm., >> leaves, 2.0-2.5 cm.; Involucre, vestigal ring; Sepals, fused 4 mm. + free 8 mm. = 12 mm., plumose, lobe hairs ±1 mm; Flower, bilateral; Corolla, purple (Described from Coll. No. 962, 22 May 2013).

- Bridgeport Canyon, Along Coyote Springs Road, about ⅓ mile southeast of the pass, at a watercourse crossing the road from southwest to northeast, 6½ miles by road north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 962. 22 May 2013. ( CAS1161737 UC UCR250019 ) .

- Mono Basin, high open country with low chaparral about 1/2 way Mono Lake to Bridgeport Frank W. Peirson 6154. 29 Jun 1925. ( SD87598 UC555589 ) . .

Trifolium longipes Nutt.  Long Stalk Clover. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- June Lake, Mrs. J. D. Wright 5 Jul 1929. ( SBBG67227 ) . .

Trifolium longipes Nutt. ssp. hansenii (Greene) J. M. Gillett.  (Syn: Trifolium longipes Nutt. var. nevadense Jeps. ) Hansen's Clover. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

… decumbent to erect …

- Pumice Valley, as Trifolium longipes Nutt. Var. nevadense Jeps. Pumice Valley, south of Mono Lake G. D. Barbe, and Ed W. Hale 2292. 21 Jul 1977. ( CDA18323 ) . .

Trifolium monanthum A. Gray ssp. grantianum (A. Heller) J. M. Gillett.  (Syn: T. monanthum A. Gray var. grantianum (A. Heller) Parish ) Mountain Carpet Clover. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

… small, caespitose, mat-forming …

- Walker Lake, rocky slope slope of Bloody Canyon just above Walker Lake Willis Linn Jepson 4451. 18 Jul 1911. ( JEPS65996 ) . .

Trifolium monanthum A. Gray ssp. monanthum.  Mountain Carpet Clover. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

… mat-forming …

- Horseshoe Canyon, Along hiway between Gull and Silver Lakes, a miles or so west of Gull Lake. Milo S. Baker 9117. 29 Jul 1938. ( RSA22244 ) .

- Silver Lake, about spring on mountain slope above north end of lake north end of Silver Lake Frank W. Peirson 7573. 27 Jul 1927. ( JEPS66070 RSA90934 ) . [ JEPS66070 is determined T. variegatum pusillum; RSA90934 is determined T. monanthum monanthum. ] .

Trifolium pratense L.  Red Clover. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb, erect, to 50 cm., hairs not hooked at tips; Stem, spreading hairy; Stipules, 21 mm. × 5 mm. wide, connate, scarious with several green nerves; Leaves, ternately compound, leaflets, 38 mm. × 20 mm. wide, margins slightly wavy tip short mucronate (easier to see on young leaves), both sides long wavy hairy; Heads, sessile, subtended by stipules and a pair of leaves, many flowers; Fruit, unknown. Introduced. (Described from Coll. No. 1458, 27 June 2016.)

- Horseshoe Canyon, Roadside. Hwy. 158, 2.5 mi. S of June Lake City limits Wendell Wood 126. 15 Jul 1970. ( HSC98392 ) .

- June Lake, Sierra Nevada: June Lake Mrs. J. D. Wright 6 Jul 1929. ( SBBG67251 ) .

- Mono Lake, Upper Sonoran; granitic soil; s. slope. Sierra Nevada; Southern Sierra Nevada region Mono Lake. Sierra Nevada mtn range. Mono Lake watershed. Lyman D. Benson 3821. 1 Jul 1932. ( NY717504 RSA277934 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, veg type Md, slope ne 1.3 miles northwest of Tioga Lodge A. D. Gifford 891. 1 Sep 1937. ( UC1130115 UCD109286 ) . .

Trifolium repens L.  White Clover. Weed: Inyo National Forest, priority: Low, CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- June Lake, Lakeview Dr. June Lake Wendell Wood 89. 9 Jul 1970. ( HSC98393 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, 1.3 miles northwest of Tioga Lodge A. D. Gifford 892. 1 Sep 1937. ( UC1130117 UC577974 ) . .

Trifolium wormskioldii Lehm.  Cows Clover. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Herbaceous perennial, to 40 cm.; Roots and rhizomes unknown; Stem ascending; Leaves, petiole to 40 mm., palmately compound; Leaflets 3, not gland dotted, toothed-serrate as extensions of veins, tip acute; Involucre, conspicuous, when pressed hiding only bases of flowers, fused 2 mm. + free 3.5 mm., tip acute, Calyx not inflated in fruit; Sepals fused ≥½, tube = lobes, glabrous; Flower bilateral, 12 mm.; Corolla not inflated in fruit (Described from Coll. No. 507, 2 Aug 2007).

- Big Bend Campground, Big Bend Campground, Tioga Pass Doris (Hoover) Bowers 820. 28 Jul 1965. ( RSA764566 ) .

- Bohler Canyon, Wet meadow along the dirt road on the south side of Bohler Canyon, 1.8 mi (3.0 km) by air west of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 507. 2 Aug 2007. ( UC ) .

- Horseshoe Canyon, Beside spring. Hwy. 158 between Grant and Silver Lakes above Upper Rush Creek Wendell Wood 180. 25 Jul 1970. ( HSC98394 ) .

- Kirkwood Spring, wet meadow Jack L. Reveal 1016. 2 Aug 1964. ( SD87941 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, wet seepage meadow in riparian setting MONO BASIN; Lee Vining Creek, about 1.5 miles upstream from the Ranger Station; Inyo National Forest Dean Wm. Taylor 15565. 21 Sep 1995. ( JEPS105241 ) .

- Lundy Lake, Growing in the water. Robert M. Perkins 296. 15 Aug 1936. ( POM349610 ) .

- Mono Basin, Camp 121 west of Mono Lake Wm. H. Brewer 1843. 9 Jul 1863. ( UC16829 ) .

- Mono Lake, Freshwater Spring by Mono Lake Alice M. Ottley 1102. 6 Jul 1920. ( NY717691 ) .

- Mono Vista Spring, marshy area Mono Vista Springs, northwest shore of Mono Lake Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1721. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1101405 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, Tioga Lodge, shores of Mono Lake Larry R. Abrams 13604. 1 Jul 1934. ( NY717690 ) .

- Walker Lake, wet meadow Willis Linn Jepson 4445. 18 Jun 1911. ( JEPS66086 ) . .

Vicia villosa Roth ssp. varia (Host) Corbière.  Winter Vetch. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Conway Ranch, 3.5 miles west of Conway's Ranch T. M. Hendrix 617. 1 Sep 1937. ( UC579486 ) .

- Mono Inn, in abandoned field trailing over weeds, etc. Mono Lake at Mono Inn Frank W. Peirson 7582. 28 Jul 1927. ( JEPS66200 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), meadow west of Mono Lake Annie M. Alexander and Louise Kellogg 2605. 18 Jul 1941. ( UC671603 ) .

Fagaceae

Chrysolepis sempervirens (Kellogg) Hjelmq.  Bush Chinquapin. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, Herbert L. Mason 11486. 1 Aug 1936. ( UC1081573 ) About 400 ft. south of Poole Power Station Road, 0.2 miles east of the power station, open places among boulders from scree above. Tom Schweich 697. 9 Aug 2010. ( CAS1131470 UC1980389 ) .

Gentianaceae

Frasera puberulenta Davidson.  (Syn: Swertia albomarginata (S. Watson) Kuntze var. purpusii Jeps. , Swertia p. (Davidson) Jeps. ) Inyo Elkweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. July-August

Plant short-lived perennial, chlorophyll, without milky sap, dying after flowering, caulescent; Leaves, simple, opposite, linear, sessile, lower clasping, narrow white margin, puberulent, 10 mm wide; Inflorescence open, distal in small cyme; Corolla regular, rotate, lobed to near base, base of sinus between corolla lobes unappendaged; Petals 4, fused at base, 1 prominent nectary pit; Stamens 4, alternate with corolla lobes; Anthers opening longitudinally; Ovary superior, chamber 1; Style 1; Stigma 2-cleft (Described from Coll. No. 695, 13 Nov 2011).

- June Lake, Volcanic mountains, in open forest. Between Deadman Creek and June Lake. Frank W. Peirson 7560. 26 Jul 1927. ( JEPS46364 POM175469 RSA69438 ) .

- Mono Craters, punice flats on summit ridge near top of Crater Mountain Dean Wm. Taylor 7529. 27 Jul 1979. ( JEPS91319 ) Southern portion of Mono Craters, south of the Pumice Mine, in bare loose cinders in open areas among Jeffrey pines. Mostly north and west slopes. Tom Schweich 695. 1 Aug 2010. ( CAS1131468 UC1980391 ) .

- Punch Bowl, Rocky south-facing slope of inner crater. Tom Schweich 6/19/2012. In draw between two plug domes. Tom Schweich 6/19/2012. Tom Schweich 903. 25 Aug 2012. ( Not Vouchered ) . .

Gentiana calycosa Griesb.  Rainier Pleated Gentian. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Late Summer

- Silver Lake, Silver Lake, east slope of Sierra Nevada William M. Maule 6 Oct 1922. ( JEPS47074 ) . [ Collector was likely William H. Maule, who was forest supervisor of the Mono Mational Forest when the collection was made. ] .

Gentianella amarella (L.) Börner ssp. acuta (Michx.) J. M. Gillett.  Autumn Dwarf Gentian. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Summer

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 19 Jul 1889. ( UC72146 ) . .

Gentianopsis holopetala (A. Gray) H. H. Iltis.  Sierra Fringed Gentian. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. July-September Wet areas.

Annual herb; Stems 2-4, to 2 cm, branched; Peduncle to 12 cm; Calyx appressed to floral tube; Corolla funnel shaped, to 35 mm, blue, lobes ±= tube, entire, base of sinus between lobes unappendaged. (Described from Coll. No. 785, 5 Dec 2011).

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 19 Jul 1889. ( UC35454 ) .

- Gull Lake, Marshy area west side of Gull Lake, about 50 m west of the Gull Meadows Parking Lot. Tom Schweich 785. 9 Sep 2011. ( CAS1131362 UC1980463 ) .

- June Lake, wet meadow at the head of June Lake Freda Detmers 27 Aug 1933. ( UCR20414 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, wet seepage meadow in riparian setting Lee Vining Creek about 1.5 miles upstream from Ranger Station Dean Wm. Taylor 15563. 21 Sep 1995. ( JEPS104778 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), marshy seepage area on shore of lake West shore of Mono Lake about 2.5 miles north of Lee Vining. Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1725. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1191688 ) .

- Reversed Creek, Among willows. On the upper portion of Reversed Creek, where it flows through the central median strip of the June Mountain Ski Area parking lot. Tom Schweich 1044. 3 Oct 2013. ( OBI ) . .

Gentianopsis simplex (A. Gray) H. H. Iltis.  One-Flower Fringed Gentian. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. August-September Edges of wet areas.

Annual photosynthetic herb, to 8 cm; Stems simple, to 4 cm; Internode 11 mm (compare to peduncle); Leaves cauline, opposite, sessile, simple, elliptic, 12 mm; Peduncle 19 mm (> internode); Infloresence not coiled, single-flowered; Perianth in 2 whorls (sepals and petals present); Flowers single, bisexual; Sepals 4; Corolla 2 cm, distinct tube, not bell shaped; Petals 4, connate (congenitally fused at least at base), 17 mm, blue sinuses between petals not appendaged, lobes serrate; Stamens 4, alternate, filaments fused at base, free upper half; Ovary 1, superior; Pistil 1; Stigma 2-cleft (Described from Coll. No. 712, 18 Nov 2011).

- Big Sand Flat, Growing in a narrow zone above the Carex growing in water, and below the dry sand slopes, im a similar fashion to those at Crooked Meadows. Late blooming plants: seen late August to September. East end, wet area, where Dry Creek enters Big Sand Flat. Tom Schweich 712. 26 Aug 2010. ( UC1980427 ) . .

Zeltnera venusta (A. Gray) G. Mans.  (Syn: Centaurium venustum (A. Gray) B. L. Rob. ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. July

- Lee Vining Canyon, about 3 miles above Lee Vining P. O. on Tioga Pass Highway Ira L. Wiggins 9246. 15 Jul 1939. ( DS269691 UC652641 ) .

Geraniaceae

Erodium cicutarium (L.) L'Her. ex Aiton.  Redstem Stork's Bill. Weed: CAL-IPC, List: Limited. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-12, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- MBRG P-2, Observation per MBRG voucher . .

Geranium californicum G. N. Jones & F. L. Jones.  California Cranesbill. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Canyon, Aspen forest (Populus tremuloides) with Poa, Salix, Cornus, Juncus sp., Senecio. Lundy Canyon, north side of Mill Creek just west of lowest beaver pond Ian G. Gillespie 71. 29 Jul 2000. ( SD186236 UCR132874 ) . .

Geranium richardsonii Fisch. & Trautv.  Richardson's Geranium. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, herbaceous, green & photosynthetic, to 60 cm.; Leaves, simple, palmately lobed, into 5-7 lobes, largest 44–57 mm. × 87–96 mm. wide, petioles 17–19 mm.; Inflorescence (cymules!) 2-flowered; Pedicels, 9–15 mm., hairs topped with purple glands (per Taylor, 2010); Flowers, open, radial, bisexual, in 5×n parts; Perianth, 2 whorls; Petals, 5, free, hairy ≤½ adaxial surface, 15 mm. × 7 mm. wide, white; tips rounded; Nectaries, not wooly or lanate (per TJM2 & Aedo, 2012), but few small straight hairs, without tuft of hairs on top; Stamens, 10, 2×petals; Ovary superior; Pistil 1; Stigmas, (in fruit) 3–4 mm.; Mericarp with basal callus (Described from Coll. No. 1014, 22 July 2013).

- Big Bend Campground, Big Bend Campground, Tioga Pass Doris Bowers 603. 28 Jul 1965. ( RSA763653 ) .

- June Lake, Near a fresh water spring. Lakeview Dr., June Lake. Wendell Wood 52. 30 Jun 1970. ( HSC12494 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, Sierra Nevada: Lee Vining Crk, canyon bottoms. E. Rockwell 372. Jun 1925. ( SBBG67602 ) Sun and semishade, on boggy slope; with Pinus ponderosa, Salix. Yellow Pine F. Plant Community. Leevining Grade, 4.2 miles NW Leevining Meadows, State Hwy. 120. P. C. Everett, E. K. Balls 22005. 10 Jul 1956. ( RSA115782 ) .

- Lundy, Miss Maud Minthorn 30 Jun 1908. ( JEPS61449 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, Bench on north side of upper beaver pond; with Populus tremuloides, Pinus contorta murrayana, Castilleja miniata, Symphoricarpos rotundifolius, grasses, etc. Eastern Sierra Nevada Mtns. Lundy Canyon trail, Mill Creek drainage, west of Mono Lake; vicinity of trailhead, PLSS: 02N25E19. Ann Howald 3118. 18 Jun 2014. ( UCR255633 ) along creek road west of U. S. Hwy 395 1 mile below Lundy Lake Dam Ira L. Wiggins 14178. 27 Jun 1957. ( NY1003344 RSA127657 UC1190340 ) Moist. Lundy Canyon. Robert M. Perkins Jul 1938. ( RSA391007 ) .

- Mill Creek, On the banks of Mill Creek, 2.4 miles west on Lundy Lake Road from US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 1014. 22 Jul 2013. ( CAS1203257 UC UCR262136 ) .

- Mono Lake, damp shady thicket above Mono Lake Joseph and Hilda W. Grinnell 1074.1 20 Jun 1937. ( UC569624 ) .

Grossulariaceae

Ribes aureum Pursh.  Golden Currant. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Coll. No. 1319, 4 May 2016: Perennial shrub, to 1 m.; Stem, unarmed; Leaves, fascicled, broadly ovate, 29 mm. × 22 mm. wide, lobes 3, obtuse; Hypanthium, 9 mm., bright yellow; Sepals, petaloid, 5 mm.; Petals, 2.5 mm.; Ovary, 2 mm.

- June Lake, on beach and in sagebrush at desert end of lake Northwest end of the beach at east end of June Lake James B. Roof and Irja 15 Jul 1964. ( JEPS35727 ) . .

Ribes cereum Douglas.  Wax Currant. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, foot of Bloody Canyon Chesnut and Drew 19 Jul 1889. ( UC14568 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, bottom of canyon with granitic soil Lundy Canyon, ca. 5 miles west on road to Lundy Lake from Hwy 395 Ian G. Gillespie 60. 28 Jul 2000. ( UCR133216 ) .

- Mono Craters, among sagebrush in deep alluvial soil northwest base of Mono Craters Jean Langenheim 3696. 29 Apr 1954. ( UC1250268 ) . .

Ribes cereum Douglas var. cereum.  Wax Currant. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Woody perennial shrub, to 1.5 m., not tendril bearing; Nodal spines 0; Leaf, simple, 10 mm., ovate, palmately 5-lobed; Flowers, open, bisexual; Bract, tip truncate, 3-4 prominent teeth; Perianth, parts 5; Hypanthium, tube-shaped, 4 mm. × 2 mm. wide, clearly exceeding the ovary; Sepals, 1 mm., pink, reflexed; Petals, 5, 0.5 mm., white; Stamens, 5, alternate petals, inserted below level of petals; Anther tip rounded with a cup-like depression; Ovary inferior; Pistil, 1 per flower; Style, appears to be 1 (2 fused to tip), glabrous (generally hairy); Ovules, many per chamber (Described from Coll. No. 745, 7 Jan 2012, andColl. No. 950, 21 May 2013).

- Aeolian Buttes, Approximately four large-size plants in this area. Around rocks on northeast side of Aeolian Buttes, just above the Aqueduct Road, about 1 mile east of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 745. 15 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131409 UC1980500 ) .

- Dry Creek, Along Dry Creek above Big Sand Flat, about 0.9 km upstream (southeast) of California Highway 120 Tom Schweich 950. 21 May 2013. ( CAS1160964 UC UCR250025 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, Between the sagebrush and the swale draining the meadow in the lower, eastern part. Tom Schweich 592. 15 Jun 2010. ( UC ) In mixed sagebrush and Jeffrey pine. Northwest side of the meadow. Tom Schweich 593. 16 Jun 2010. ( CAS UC1973774 UC (TAS) ) . .

Ribes inerme Rydb. var. inerme.  White Stem Gooseberry. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Woody perennial shrub, to 1 m., shaded streamside; Stem erect; Nodal spines present (sometimes just a single spine, just below node, often dehiscent), internodal bristles present; Internode prickles sparse; Leaves petiole 12 mm. + blade 12-30 mm. × 17 mm. wide, ovate, palmately veined, deeply lobed, toothed, not glandular; Inflorescence 1-2-flowered; Calyx, green; Pedicel,3 mm., joint absent; Hypanthium, cup-shaped, 2.5 mm. × 3 mm. diameter; Sepals, 5, 2.5-3.0 mm., reflexed, green, margins purple-tinged; Petals, 5, 1.5 mm. × 1.5 mm. wide, wedge-shaped, white; Anthers, slightly longer than wide, exceeding petals; Filaments exceeding petals by 1 mm.; Ovary glabrous in fruit; Style, 6 mm., fused proximal ⅔, hairy proximal 1/2 or hairy middle ⅓, separated distal ⅓, exceeding anthers; Fruit dark reddish-purple(?), brown when dry (Described from Coll. No. 870, 23 Jun 2012, and Coll. No. 949, 21 May 2013). (TJM2 key requires styles hairy at least at base, description is silent about style hairs.)

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC14547 ) .

- Dry Creek, Ribes cereum Douglas var. cereum also collected here. Along Dry Creek above Big Sand Flat, about 0.9 km upstream (southeast) of California Highway 120 Tom Schweich 949. 21 May 2013. ( CAS1160965 UC UCR250024 ) .

- Parker Creek, Shaded streamside. Just upstream from the informal campground on Parker Creek, at the end of Forest Road 01S25 "Parker Creek Road," 3.5 miles by air southwest of the intersection of US Highway 395, and California Highway 158. Tom Schweich 870. 23 Jun 2012. ( CAS1148732 UC UCR248620 ) .

Haloragaceae

Myriophyllum sibiricum V. Komarov.  Shortspike Water Milfoil. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- June Lake, shallow water and shore (Location uncertain, June Lake possible -- Ed.) Freda Detmers 27 Aug 1933. ( RSA458027 ) .

Hypericaceae

Hypericum scouleri Hook.  (Syn: H. formosum Kunth var. scouleri (Hook.) J. M. Coult. ) Scouler's Gold Wire. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, marshy seepage area on shore of lake CA Div. of Fish and Game, Fed. Aid in Wildlife Restoration, Project #20-R about 2.5 miles north of Lee Vining on west shore of Mono Lake Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1731. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1192268 ) .

- Lundy, vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 8 Sep 1908. ( UC420711 ) .

- Thompson Ranch, Collected in tall grass with Myosotis laxa. The irrigation ditch is fed from Dechambeau Creek, and it is not clear whether it is being maintained or not. The creek was formerly augmented by water brought from Mill Creek by two ditches. Along an irrigation ditch in former Thompson Ranch, about 250 meters northwest of the parking lot of Mono Lake County Park. Tom Schweich 1011. 22 Jul 2013. ( CAS1202041 OBI UC UCR262150 ) .

Lamiaceae

Mentha arvensis L.  Wild Mint. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb; Stem erect; Internodes visible; Leaves ±equal in size upward; Infloresence axillary clusters distributed along stem; Calyx 5-lobed, radially symmetrical, lobes and tips equally hairy; Flowers radial, 3 mm; Stamens exserted, fertile 4; Style exserted (Described from Coll. No. 718, 20 Nov 2011).

- Rush Creek, On the wet banks of Rush Creek, 2.7 mi. downstream from US Highway 395 and 1.6 mi. upstream from Test Station Road. Tom Schweich 718. 30 Aug 2010. ( CAS1131426 UC1980414 ) . .

Mentha canadensis L.  Wild Mint. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. Mentha canadensis is an accepted name for a taxon native to California. USDA Plants treats the taxon as a synonym for Mentha arvensis L.

Perennial herb, to 30 cm., spreading by rhizomes; Stem, erect, 4-angles, hairy; Leaves, opposite, ±equal in size, ovate, 37 mm. × 15 mm. wide, margins serrate, surfaces nearly hairless; Petiole 4.5 mm.; Inflorescence axillary, bract margin hairy; Calyx, lobes 5, short hairy outside; Corolla 5 mm.; Stamens 4, exserted (Described from Coll. No. 1032.1, 24 Jul 2013).

Notes for Coll. No. 1032.1, Some characters, such as ovate and near-glabrous leaves, suggest M. arvensis, whereas a short-hairy calyx and 5 mm. corolla suggest M. canadensis.

- June Lake, Freda Detmers 17802. 27 May 1933. ( RSA409908 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 8 Sep 1908. ( UC148746 ) .

- Mono Lake County Park, wet meadows and willow thickets Mono County Park on the northwest shore of Mono Lake Dean Wm. Taylor 7658. 3 Sep 1979. ( JEPS100999 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), western shore of Mono Lake about 2.5 miles north of Lee Vining Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1733. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1191903 ) .

- Silver Lake, Growing in deep shade along the shore. Southwest corner of Silver Lake, near a parking lot providing hiking and fishing access. Tom Schweich 1032.1 24 Jul 2013. ( UCR262138 ) . .

Monardella follettii (Jeps.) Jokerst.  Follett's Monardella. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Grant Lake, Mary DeDecker 912. 12 Jul 1958. ( RSA617248 ) . .

Monardella odoratissima Benth.  Mountain Monardella. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Conway Summit, herbage sweet-scented, perennial, branching to about 1 ft. high on U. S. Highway 395 at Conway Pass Beecher Crampton 280. 10 Jul 1941. ( UCD38117 ) . .

Monardella odoratissima Benth. ssp. glauca (Greene) Epling.  (Syn: M. g. Greene ) Pale Monardella. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual/perennial unknown, but assumed to be a herbaceous perennial or subshrub, to 50 cm.; Stem, hairs short, sparse; Leaves, opposite, ovate, 35 mm. × 18 wide mid-cauline, abaxial veins short- hairy, margins serrate and short-hairy; Calyx, radial, sepals fused 5 mm + lobes 3 mm = 8 mm., tips acute; Stamens 2, staminodes 2; Anthers, sacs fertile 2, attached to filament side by side (Described from Coll. No. 436, 31 July 2013).

- Lee Vining Creek, Alice M. Ottley 1987. 6 Jul 1920. ( JEPS63379 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 90. 15 Jul 1908. ( UC148772 ) . .

Monardella odoratissima Benth. ssp. pallida (A. Heller) Epling.  Mountain Monardella. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mill Creek, on rocky soil Lundy Canyon, Mill Creek, 1/4 mile west of US Highway 395, 200 feet above the old hiway bridge James L. Reveal 407. 14 Jul 1962. ( UC1338565 ) . .

Trichostema austromontanum H. Lewis ssp. austromontanum.  San Jacinto Bluecurls. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Fern Creek, Fern Creek near Gull Lake Harlan Lewis 1476. 24 Aug 1941. ( UCLA54159 UCLA54168 UCLA54169 UCLA54170 UCLA54171 UCLA54172 UCLA54173 UCLA54174 UCLA54176 UCLA54177 ) .

Lentibulariaceae

Utricularia macrorhiza Leconte.  Greater Bladderwort. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Snow Ponds, Small ponds. Moist mud on pond margin and in shallow water. Mono County: Vicinity of June Lake. Dean Wm. Taylor 7878. 1 Jul 1981. ( UCD121903 ) .

Linaceae

Linum lewisii Pursh.  (Syn: Adenolinum lewisii (Pursh) A. Löve & D. Löve ) CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, foot of Bloody Canyon Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC34983 ) .

- Gull Lake, Disturbed areas north of Gull Lake, on Leonard Drive, near Lauterbrunnen Strasse. Tom Schweich 823. 30 May 2012. ( CAS1149307 UC ) .

Loasaceae

Mentzelia albicaulis Hook.  (Syn: Acrolasia albicaulis (Douglas) Rydb. ) White-Stem Blazing Star. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, 15-20 cm., taproot; Leaves, basal and cauline, deeply pinnately alternately lobed to mid-rib; Bract lanceolate, 6 mm., entire or 3-lobed, green, not conspicuous, not concealing fruits; Corolla petals free, 5-6 mm. × 2.0-2.5 mm. wide, with orange base and yellow tip; Style, 2.8 mm.; Fruit cylindric-obconic (Sect. Trachyphytum), 15-20 mm. × 2.5 (4.0) mm. wide, curved 30°-80°(130°); Seeds in 4 above mid-fruit, angular, 1.3 mm. × 0.7 mm. × 0.5 mm., dark brown to black in age, seed coat cells domed on seed surface edges, seed coat cells flattened away from edges (Described from Coll. No. 390, 427, and 958).

- Big Sand Flat, About 1.5 km north of Big Sand Flat, on the hill with a monument named "Sand." Tom Schweich 610. 22 Jun 2010. ( CAS UC1973731 ) .

- Bohler Canyon, Opening or meadow near falling-down cabin, near Bohler Creek, and just outside the curve of Forest Road 01N106A where it turns from westerly to northerly and crosses Bohler Creek, 6.1 miles by road south of Lee Vining, CA Tom Schweich 933. 20 May 2013. ( UC UCR262149 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Paoha Island, Greasewood Scrub Mary DeDecker 3781. 24 Apr 1975. ( RSA620847 ) .

- Pumice Valley, On Forest Road 01N17 “Farrington Siphon,” between the Sawmill Canyon and Bloody Canyon moraines, 6.3 miles by road south of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 958. 22 May 2013. ( CAS1161750 UCR274556 ) . .

Mentzelia congesta Torr. & A. Gray.  United Blazing Star. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, tap root, 13-35 cm.; Stem, white, ascending, branched, straight hairy; Leaves, alternate, mid-cauline, sessile, 29 mm. × 5 mm. wide, lanceolate, margin entire to lobed; Inflorescence, congested; Floral bracts conspicuous, though not completely concealing the fruit as per the key, white to above the middle with green margin, 3-5 toothed; Petals, 3.5 mm.; Fruit, somewhat obconic (tapered proximally, cylindric distally), 6-8-9 mm. × 2.1-2.8-3.2 mm. wide, seed rows >2 above mid-fruit. Seeds rounded (Described from Coll. No. 467, 1 Dec 2011, and Coll. No. 832, 18 Jun 2012).

- Big Sand Flat, Collected on the ridge just northwest of Big Sand Flat in an area that had burned several years previously. Tom Schweich 467. 25 Jun 2007. ( CAS1131480 UC1980441 ) .

- Grant Lake, Exposed sandy, north-facing slope, well above the highest level of Grant Lake. South end of Grant Lake, east side of the lake, at the end of Forest Road 01S30 “Grant Lake Road.” Tom Schweich 1193. 26 Jun 2015. ( CS OBI83222 RENO ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, John Thomas Howell 14509. 10 Aug 1938. ( UC872449 ) Lee Vining Canyon at foot of grade. R. F. Hoover 5406. 5 Jul 1941. ( UC765567 ) .

- Mono Mills, loose sandy tephra derived soils in Purshia tridentata-Artemisia tridentata scrub 3 miles northeast of Mono Mills in vicinity of watertank shown on Cowtrack Mountain 15' USGS 15' quadrangle, southwast side of Mono Lake. Dean Wm. Taylor 15230. 18 Jul 1995. ( JEPS91094 ) Sagebrush covered flat at edge of extensive sand flat; lower border of Pinus Ponderosa jeffreyi belt South of Mono Lake, 4 miles north of Mono Mills, lower border of Pinus ponderosa jeffreyi belt. L. R. Abrams and David D. Keck 2891. 30 Jun 1934. ( UC532097 ) Along California Highway 120 about 1 mile east of Mono Mills, while looking for M. monoensis Brokaw & Hufford. Tom Schweich 832. 18 Jun 2012. ( UCR241438 ) . .

Mentzelia dispersa S. Watson.  (Syn: Acrolasia dispersa (S. Watson) Davidson ) Bushy Blazing Star. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Sagebrush Scrub on pumice soil. Corolla yellow. With Phacelia bicolor, Salsola australis. N side of graded road on s side of Mono Lake, ca. 1/2 mi e of Ruch (sic) Creek, ca. 4 mi se of Lee Vining, 01N26E13 M. S. Taylor 4855. 17 Jul 1982. ( CHSC36983 ) .

- Mono Lake, Alice M. Ottley 1036. 4 Jul 1920. ( JEPS42759 ) . .

Mentzelia laevicaulis (Hook.) Torr. & A. Gray.  (Syn: Nuttallia laevicaulis (Douglas) Greene ) Smoothstem Blazing Star. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, Henry N. Bolander 6256. n.d.. ( UC19610 ) Near the shore of Mono Lake at the Picnic Grounds, 1.7 mi (2.7 km) north of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 527. 3 Aug 2007. ( CAS UC1973753 ) .

- Negit Island, PLSS location 02N27E. A. D. Gifford 849. 19 Aug 1937. ( UC1121694 UC578649 ) . .

Mentzelia monoensis J. M. Brokaw & L. Hufford.  Mono Craters Blazing Star. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, to 40 cm., branched near base; Stem, white-tan, with few barbed hairs; Leaves, cauline, alternate, simple, lanceolate, 30–40 mm. × 11 mm. wide, pinnately lobed, barbed hairs abaxially, less dense adaxially; Floral bracts, 5 mm., not concealing fruit, entire, base white, margin green, barbed hairy; Perianth, 2 or more whorls, 5×n parts; Flowers, open; Petals, free, 4 mm. × 3 mm. wide, obovate, yellow distally, darker proximally; Stamens, many, inserted on hypanthium (not petals); Ovary inferior; Pistil 1; Style, 1, 2.5 mm.; Fruit, 9 mm. × 2 mm., cylindric; Seeds, > 1 row above mid-fruit, coat cells domed (not pointed) (Described from Coll. No. 987, 20 June 2012). In the TJM2 key to Mentzelia, this collection gets lost at 33-33' because the bracts are entire, but the white base is conspicuous, while the fruit is small. In the key supplied in Brokaw & Hufford (2011), this collection keys fairly easily into 8' M. monoensis.

- Aeolian Buttes, along West Portal Rd E of U.S. Hwy 395 J. M. Brokaw 571. n.d.. ( WS ) along West Portal Rd E of U.S. Hwy 395. J. M. Brokaw 572. n.d.. ( ACU WS ) .

- East Craters Sand Flat, Coordinates given are along Forest Road 01S08 “Pumice Lupine Road”, at the east edge of the flat where vegetation begins. in the East Craters Sand Flat, S of Crater Mountain and E of Punch Bowl. J. M. Brokaw 547. n.d.. ( ACU WS ) .

- Mono Mills, Approximate type locality near Mono Mills. Brokaw, Joshua M., and Larry Hufford, 2011 .

- Mono Valley, California, Mono Co., along State Hwy 120, 8 mi E of U.S. 395. J. M. Brokaw 367. 16 Jun 2007. ( NY UC WS ) CA State Hwy 120 N of Mono Mills in barren pumice valley, verbatim coordinates: UTM 11S 4197240mN 325071mE. J. M. Brokaw 368. n.d.. ( ACU WS ) CA State Hwy 120 NE of Crater Mountain, verbatim coordinates: UTM 11S 4197256mN 325051mE. J. M. Brokaw 519. n.d.. ( WS ) along State 120, 8 mi. E of U.S. 395. J. Zavortink 2640. n.d.. ( RSA WS ) About 100 m east of California Highway 120 on Forest Road 1N23, 5.6 road miles east of the intersection of California Highway 120 and US Highway 395, slightly northeast of the north end of Mono Craters. Tom Schweich 987. 20 Jun 2013. ( UC UCR262144 ) .

- Panum Crater, on North Crater S of Mono Lake, verbatim coordinates: UTM 11S 4199798mN 319945mE. J. M. Brokaw 520. n.d.. ( WS ) .

- Pumice Valley, at the junction of U.S. Hwy 395 and CA State Hwy 120 J. M. Brokaw 558. n.d.. ( ACU WS ) (Coordinates given are along Forest Road 01S09 “Aeolian Butte Base” road, about 150 meters east of US Hwy 395. E of U.S. Hwy 395 S of its junction with West Portal Rd. J. M. Brokaw 559. n.d.. ( ACU WS ) . [ Coordinates given are along Forest Road 01S09 “Aeolian Butte Base” road, about 150 meters east of US Hwy 395. This road is signed as West Portal Road. However, the original West Portal Road is about 0.4 miles north. ]

- Sagehen Summit, along CA State Hwy 120 W of its junction with Sage Hen Meadows Rd. J. M. Brokaw 554. n.d.. ( ACU WS ) .

- Wilson Creek, along CA State Hwy 167 at Wilson Creek J. M. Brokaw 573. n.d.. ( ACU WS ) . .

Mentzelia montana (Davidson) Davidson.  (Syn: Acrolasia montana Davidson ) Variegated-Bract Blazing Star. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual to 15 cm; Stem light-colored (dark when dry); Leaves to 10 cm, linear, pinnately lobed; Floral bracts 3 to 5-toothed, white base, green margin, not concealing fruit; Petals yellow, orange at base; Style 2 mm; Fruit 8 mm x 2-3 mm wide, not curved; Seeds in more than one row above the mid-fruit; Elevation 2100 m (Described from Coll. No. 749, 16 Jan 2012).

- Mono Lake, Alice M. Ottley 1054.1 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS41213 ) Alice M. Ottley 1054.2 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS41214 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Found on the edge of an area that burned July 26-27, 2010. Pumice flats near the north end of Mono Craters, just south of California Highway 120 on Inyo Forest Road 1N11, 3 miles northeast of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 749. 15 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131412 UC1980496 ) . .

Mentzelia torreyi A. Gray.  Torrey's Blazing Star. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Black Point, Loose black volcanic lapilli Black Point, northwest shore of Mono Lake. Carl W. Sharsmith 9226. 18 Aug 1991. ( SJSU14671 ) Loose black volcanic lapilli Black Point, northwest shore of Mono Lake. Carl W. Sharsmith 9236. 27 Jun 1992. ( SJSU15103 ) slopes of the black pumice hill Low lake terrace near the black pumice hill, north shore Mono Lake. Frank W. Peirson 1 Aug 1933. ( RSA446908 ) Mono Lake, northeast of Black Point Mary DeDecker 4412. 22 Sep 1977. ( RSA620754 ) Growing on barren windswept slope. T. M. Hendrix 618. 1 Sep 1937. ( UC1121706 ) In volcanic sands on former beach strands. Tom Schweich 587. 7 Jul 2009. ( CAS UC1973706 ) .

- Black Point (east base), Dry tufa-cemented pumice. pumice flats at east base of Black Point on old shoreline of Mono Lake Dean Wm. Taylor 6080. 30 Jul 1976. ( JEPS101002 ) On slides of fine pumice. North shore of lake. Frank W. Peirson 9200. 12 Apr 1930. ( JEPS89050 RSA69552 ) .

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-8, Observation per MBRG voucher .

- South Tufa Area, Open areas in pumice sand. Tom Schweich 7/14/2010. .

- Warm Springs, On a bare, indurated former shoreline of Mono Lake, away from a small stream of warm water. About 450 m south of the GNIS location of Warm Springs, accessed by way of Forest Road 01N54 “East Shore Road”, 20.4 km by air east northeast of Lee Vining, California. Tom Schweich 1162. 24 Jun 2015. ( CS UCR265710 ) . .

Mentzelia veatchiana Kellogg.  Veatch's Blazing Star. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Danburg Beach, Herbert L. Mason 15206. 12 Jun 1963. ( UC1275797 ) .

Malvaceae

Malacothamnus hallii (Eastw.) Kearney.  CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Henry N. Bolander 6265. Sep 1866. ( UC138307 ) . .

Malva neglecta Wallr.  Common Mallow. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Danburg Beach, Moist meadow with willows, sedges and rushes. Central California. Mono County Park at Danburg Beach, W end of Mono Lake, 0.5 mi NE of Hwy 395, N of the community of Mono Lake. Meadow S of park headquarters G. Douglas Barbe and T. C. Fuller 3922. 24 Aug 1982. ( CHSC91789 ) . .

Sidalcea oregana (Torr. & A. Gray) A. Gray ssp. spicata (Regel) C. L. Hitchc.  Oregon Checkerbloom. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb, rhizomed, 40-65 cm.; Stem stellate + puberulent (almost strigose); Leaf, simple, deeply lobed; Inflorescence dense, 4-5 cm.; Peduncle 1° short; Bracts subtending calyx 1, to 6.5 mm., barely > to > youngest buds; Involucel 0; Calyx, young 5 mm., in fruit 5-6 mm., stellate + puberulent; Flower, open, bisexual, showy, generally 17 mm. wide; Perianth in 2 or more whorls; Petals 5, lavender-purple, free, fused into a ring at base; Stamens, > 2 × as many as petals; Filaments fused into a tube; Anthers near top of filament tube, in 2 concentric series; Ovary superior; Pistil 1; Stigmas linear; Fruit of segments; Segments 6-7, smooth, not net veined or pitted, beak 0.6 mm. (Described from Colls. No. 437, 1015, and 1028).

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC35227 ) .

- Fern Creek, Mary DeDecker 1290. 14 Aug 1960. ( RSA624279 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, damp meadows along stream, Arid Transition Zone/Canadian Zone according to lbl, note in pocket illeg Lee Vining Creek near Mono Lake Peter Kamb 439. 16 Aug 1946. ( UC1178608 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft Vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 26 Aug 1908. ( UC148728 ) .

- Mill Creek, On the banks of Mill Creek, 2.7 miles west on Lundy Lake Road from US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 1015. 22 Jul 2013. ( OBI RENO ) .

- Mono Basin, Unknown (Bolander likely) 6255. n.d.. ( UC18942 ) .

- Walker Creek (Lower), In Pumice Valley, a few meters away from Walker Creek, just above the crossing by an old alignment of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 1028. 24 Jul 2013. ( CAS1203256 UC UCR261798 ) .

- Walker Lake, Unknown 17 Aug 1894. ( UC190802 ) .

Montiaceae

Claytonia rosea Rydb.  Rocky Mountain Springbeauty. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining Canyon, dry ground foot of Leevining Canyon near Leevining Dean Wm. Taylor 5614. 28 Jul 1948. ( SJSU13056 ) .

- Mono Craters, at edge of timber in deep pumice sand growing in the open areas between Purshia Mono Craters, north side at edge of timber Jack L. Reveal and Arlene H. Reveal 424. 17 Jun 1963. ( UC1338482 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Great Basin scrub, recently burned. Mono Lake, along Mono Lake Basin Road, about 3 miles S of the lake and 2.5 miles from the junction of Hwy. J. M. Porter, Laren Machen 15107. 27 May 2012. ( RSA803561 ) Found on the edge of an area that burned July 26-27, 2010. Pumice flats near the north end of Mono Craters, just south of California Highway 120 on Inyo Forest Road 1N11, 3 miles northeast of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 746. 15 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131410 UC1980499 ) Oil Plant Road at Old Highway 395, 3 1/2 miles by road south of Lee Vining Tom Schweich 927. 20 May 2013. ( UCR274555 ) . .

Lewisia rediviva Pursh.  Bitter Root. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bridgeport Canyon, Exposed lava ridge . Associated with Artemisia and Eriogonum. Exposed lava ridge on the south side of Bridgeport Canyon Jack L. Reveal 88. 02 Jun 1962. ( NY497585 UTC100995 ) .

- Conway Summit, ridge w Conway Summit H. L. Mason 15226. 4 Jul 1963. ( UC1275799 ) .

- Upper Horse Meadow, Soil-shallow, metasediment rock. Growing in Upper Horse Meadow. Jack L. Reveal 1110. 12 Jun 1965. ( UTC109465 ) . .

Lewisia rediviva Pursh ssp. minor (Rydb.) Munz.  Bitter Root. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, tap-rooted, to 5 cm.; Leaves, basal, shriveled after flowering, turning brown, cauline 0; Sepals, 4-6, 11-12 mm., papery, margin entire; Flowers, pedicelled 1-6 mm.; Petals, 18 mm.; Stamens, 37 (Described from Coll. No. 959, 22 May 2013). Also found various places around Bodie Hills and Glass Mountain.

- Bridgeport Canyon, Plentiful in gravel. Along Coyote Springs Road, about 0.25 mi southeast of the pass, 6.5 miles by road north of California Highway 167. Tom Schweich 959. 22 May 2013. ( CAS UC UCR250021 ) .

- Rancheria Gulch, On rocky alluvial soil. With Pinyon and Artemisia. Rancheria Canyon above Tar Paper Strings on the hillsides north of Mono Lake. Jack L. Reveal, Arlene H. Reveal 449.1 22 Jun 1963. ( UTC103610 ) . .

Montia chamissoi (Spreng.) Greene.  (Syn: Crunocallis c. (Ledeb. ex Spreng.) Rydb. ) Toad Lily. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Fern Creek, growing in streamlet Sierra Nevada: June Lake Loop, Fern Creek Mary DeDecker 2182. 20 Jul 1969. ( RSA617050 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, In the swale draining the meadow, southeast side. Tom Schweich 638. 5 Jul 2010. ( UC1973743 ) .

Nyctaginaceae

Abronia turbinata S. Watson.  Transmontane Sand Verbena. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, Open, treeless shrubless area of loose sand & gravel. Big Sand Flat along CA Hwy 120 at Pilot Spring Rd (SE of Mono Lake) George K. Helmkamp 2410. 12 Sep 1997. ( UC102614 ) in deep pumice sand On the lower benches above Big Sand Flat Jack L. Reveal 561. 17 Jul 1963. ( UC1338483 ) Also collected at this site: Hulsea vestita, Lupinus duranii, Calyptridium umbellatum, and Mimulus nanus var. mephiticus. Collected at the base of the slope on the northwest side of Big Sand Flat, the opposite side of the flat from California Highway 120, about 13 1/2 miles east of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 462. 25 Jun 2007. ( Alameda UC1980444 ) Sandy soil in open pine forests, slope above and northwest of Big Sand Flat, along Forest Road 01S19D, reached by way of Forest Road 01S19 “M&R Tank Rd” from California Highway 120. Tom Schweich 1158. 23 Jun 2015. ( CS OBI ) .

- Mono Craters, growing in sand in hot dry situation at east base of Mono Craters Frank W. Peirson 12443. 9 Jul 1938. ( UC599222 ) Tom Schweich 6/15/2011. .

- Mono Lake, near Lake Mono Chesnut and Drew 18 Jul 1889. ( UC160479 ) .

- Panum Crater, sandy pumice flats in Purshia tridentata-Artemisia tridentata tridentata scrub MONO BASIN: Test Station Road at N base Panum Crater Dean Wm. Taylor 16747. 1 Jul 1998. ( JEPS96589 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Growing on pumice sands with Pinus Jeffreyi, and Lupinus duranii South of Mono Lake in Pumice Valley, west side of Mono Craters, south of Highway 120, east of Highway 395 Steve Matson 1503. 21 Aug 2005. ( JEPS111274 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow Campground, On loose sand slope just south of the campground. Tom Schweich 649. 12 Jul 2010. ( CAS1121480 UC1973748 ) .

- Sagehen Peak, In deep powdery sand beside Sagehen Meadows Road, about ½ mile north northwest of Sagehen Peak. Tom Schweich 834. 18 Jun 2012. ( CAS1130741 ) . .

Abronia villosa S. Watson.  Desert Sand Verbena. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Grant Lake, in sagebrush near highway along west side of Grant Lake Milo S. Baker 9151. 29 Jul 1938. ( UC851640 ) .

Onagraceae

Camissonia lacustris P. H. Raven.  (Syn: Oenothera dentata Cav. ) Grassland Suncup. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- MBRG P-2, Observation per MBRG voucher, as Oenothera dentata Cav. . .

Camissonia parvula (Torr. & A. Gray) P. H. Raven.  Lewis River Suncup. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual rosette not present; Leaf linear, to 2 cm., margin wavy to lightly dentate; Infloresence nodding; Sepals 3 (3.5) mm., separating at anthesis, not joined at tip; Petals 4, yellow, 4 mm x 2 mm wide; Anthers extend to base of stigma (TJDM & TJM2 keys state anthers surround stigma, but I don't see them that high); Style 2 mm.; Stigma spheric,to 1.5 mm dia.; and Capsule sessile (Described from Coll. No. 759, 18 Jan 2012).

- Mono Basin, With Pinyons (no Junipers), Sagebrush, Bitterbrush, and Ephedra, in the mixed sandy and rocky ground where the foot of the Bodie Hills meets the Mono Dunes. Along Goat Ranch Road, 3.25 miles east northeast of the intersection of US Highway 395 and California Highway 167 (sometimes called Pole Line Road). Tom Schweich 759. 19 Jun 2011. ( CAS1131959 UC1980487 ) .

- Mono Craters, Corolla yellow; abundant in loose pumice in Pinyon-juniper woodland with Nama aretioides, Mimulus bigelovii, Cryptantha circumscissa and Calyptridium roseum. a. 20 m. S of roadway. 1.0 miles E of entrance to Tufa State Reserve on State Highway 120 and S of Mono Lake R. N. Bowman 3217. 14 Jun 1982. ( CHSC37796 ) .

- Mono Mills, loose sandy tephra derived soils in Purshia tridentata-Artemisia tridentata scrub 3 miles northeast of Mono Mills in vicinity of watertank shown on Cowtrack Mountain 15' USGS quadrangle Dean Wm. Taylor 15226. 18 Jul 1995. ( JEPS91097 ) . .

Camissonia pusilla P. H. Raven.  Little Wiry Suncup. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Pumice Valley, Great Basin scrub, recently burned. Mono Lake, along Mono Lake Basin Road, about 3 miles S of the lake and 2.5 miles from the junction of Hwy. J. M. Porter, Laren Machen 15111. 27 May 2012. ( RSA803565 ) . .

Chamerion angustifolium (L.) Holub.  (Syn: Epilobium a. L , Epilobium angustifolium L var. intermedium ) Fireweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Canyon, Aspen forest (Populus tremuloides) with Poa, Salix, Cornus, Juncus sp., Senecio. Lundy Canyon, north side of Mill Creek just west of lowest beaver pond. Ian G. Gillespie 69. 29 Jul 2000. ( SD186270 UCR132869 ) .

- Mono Basin, . .

Chamerion angustifolium (L.) Holub ssp. circumvagum (Mosquin) Hoch.  (Syn: Epilobium a. L ssp. c. Mosq. ) Fireweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- June Lake, Lake margin. June Lake. Freda Detmers 27 Aug 1933. ( RSA448486 ) .

- Lundy, Vicinity of Lundy. Miss Maud Minthorn 135. 6 Aug 1908. ( UC422936 ) .

- Lundy Lake, Growing in the water. Lundy Lake. Robert M. Perkins 329. 15 Aug 1936. ( RSA448487 ) .

- Mono Basin, . .

Chamerion latifolium L.  (Syn: Epilobium l. L. ) Dwarf Fireweed. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy, Vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 8 Sep 1908. ( UC1714643 ) . .

Chylismia claviformis (Torr. & Frém.) A. A. Heller ssp. integrior (P. H. Raven) W.L. Wagner & Hoch.  (Syn: Camissonia claviformis (Torr. & Frém.) P. H. Raven ssp. integrior (P. H. Raven) P. H. Raven ) Browneyes. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Cedar Hill, rocky volcanic slope Cedar Hill near Mono Basin Dean Wm. Taylor 7788. 15 Jul 1980. ( JEPS90059 ) .

- Mono Basin, TYPE islands in Mono Lake Wm. H. Brewer 1845. 11 Jul 1863. ( UC20520 ) .

- Paoha Island, Herbert L. Mason 15212. 24 Jun 1963. ( UC1275793 ) Paoha Island, Mono Lake: Beginning to bloom at northeast corner of island on volcanic soil. Mary DeDecker 3782. 24 Apr 1975. ( RSA620852 ) . .

Chylismia heterochroma (S. Watson) Small.  (Syn: Camissonia heterochroma (S. Watson) P. H. Raven ) Shockley's Evening-Primrose. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Negit Island, semi-barren, flat East portion of Negit Island, 02N27E. A. D. Gifford 852. 19 Aug 1937. ( UC1122246 ) . .

Epilobium. Willowherb.

Nearly all the collections of Epilobium in the Mono Lake basin are of E. ciliatum ssp. ciliatum.

0. Leaves generally alternate; hypanthium 0; petals entire; stamens ± equal, in 1 whorl; pollen blue-gray, shed singly. . . . . . Chamerion (Fireweed)

0' Leaves opposite at least at base; hypanthium 0.3–34 mm.; petals notched; stamens in 2 unequal whorls; pollen cream, grains generally shed in 4s. . . . . . Epilobium (Willow Herb)

1' Annual from taproot; leaves opposite only near base, alternate or clustered distally, ± narrowly lanceolate; proximal stem generally peeling. . . . . . none collected in Mono Lake basin.

1' Perennial to subshrub from caudex, taproot 0; leaves generally opposite up to inflorescence, generally (narrowly) lanceolate to ovate; proximal stem not peeling; sepals 1–17.5 mm.; hypanthium generally 0.4–8(16) mm.; petals 1.6–14 mm., white to rose-purple; stigma entire, club-like (occ cylindric).

2. Stem ± erect, with offset rosettes or fleshy underground shoots; leaf veins conspicuous; seed ridged. . . . . . E. ciliatum

3. Petals 2-6(9) mm., white to pink; leaf lanceolate, reduced in open inflorescence -- basal rosette present. . . . . . ssp. ciliatum

3' Petals 4–14 mm., pink to rose-purple; leaf lanceolate to ovate, little reduced on crowded inflorescence; stem with fleshy shoot, inflorescence long. . . . . . ssp. glandulosum

2' Stem ± ascending, clumped, or cespitose; leafy or thread-like stolons sometimes tipped by fleshy bulblets; plant ± glabrous (except scattered inflorescence hairs); plant < 8.5 dm., clumped; stolons short, scaly; pedicels 5–25 mm.; inflorescence crowded (bracts ±= internodes); leaf tip subacute; Lundy Lake. . . . . . E. glaberrimum

Epilobium Willowherb. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, to 1 dm, glabrous; Leaves opposite, to 3 cm, 1 cm wide; Ovary inferior; Sepals 4, 3 mm; Petals 4, white to rose; Stamens 2 x 4 = 8, unequal; Stigma entire (Described from Coll. No. 690.1, 8 Nov 2011).

- Cottonwood Canyon, at the shack Tom Schweich 841. 20 Jun 2012. ( Destroyed ) . .

Epilobium ciliatum Raf.  Fringed Willowherb. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Cottonwood Canyon, At small spring and miner's cabin 0.6 mi (1 km) south southwest of Sugarloaf. Tom Schweich 690.1 25 Jul 2010. ( UC ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, On a former beach strand of Mono Lake, now exposed by falling lake levels, in the delta of Lee Vining Creek, 2.75 km northeast of the GNIS location of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1186. 25 Jun 2015. ( UC ) . .

Epilobium ciliatum Raf. ssp. ciliatum.  (Syn: E. adenocaulon Hausskn. ) Fringed Willowherb. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial, to 60 cm.; Roots, tap and fibrous; Stem erect, or ascending after being broken; Leaves basal rosette (expected, not seen), veins conspicuous, opposite up to inflorescence, lanceolate, 33 mm. × 9 mm., reduced in open inflorescence, lanceolate, 11 mm. × 3 mm., glabrous, margins slightly toothed; Inflorescence crowded, leafy, flat-topped, pedicels and buds strigose; Sepals 4, deciduous after flowering; Hypanthium 2 mm.; Corolla, white (cream) to pink; Petals 4–6 mm., white to pink; Stigma entire, club-like or cylindric; Fruit long 50 mm., narrow 1.3 mm. dia.; Seed 1.2 mm., ridged, hair-tufted; (Described from Coll. Nos. 136.1, 848, and 1008).

- Bohler Canyon, Wet meadow along the creek in Bohler Canyon, about 2.0 mi (3.1 km) by air west of US Highway 395, in grasses and sedges at creekside. Tom Schweich 511. 2 Aug 2007. ( CAS UC1973767 ) .

- Dry Creek, Associated with Carex and Poa Upper Dry Creek Spring Jack L. Reveal 1003. 18 Jul 1964. ( NY1001461 ) .

- June Mountain Ski Lodge, Creekside. Hwy. 158 June Mt. Ski Lift, 1 mi. S of June Lake city limits. Wendell Wood 232. 8 Aug 1970. ( HSC12520 ) Creekside. Hwy. 158 June Mt. Ski Lift, 1 mi. S of June Lake city limits Wendell Wood 297. 8 Aug 1970. ( HSC12520 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 1904. 15 Jul 1908. ( UC422934 ) .

- Mill Creek, In a gravel bar of Mill Creek, about 245 m north of the Cemetery Road crossing. Tom Schweich 848. 21 Jun 2012. ( UC ) .

- Mono Basin, as Epilobium adenocaulon Hausskn. Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake County Park, wet meadows and willow thickets northwest shore of Mono Lake, Mono Lake County Park Dean Wm. Taylor 7662. 3 Sep 1979. ( JEPS89977 ) .

- MBRG P-8, Observation per MBRG voucher, as Epilobium adenocaulon Hausskn. .

- MBRG P-9, Observation per MBRG voucher, as Epilobium adenocaulon Hausskn. .

- MBRG Q-1 "Mono Park", Observation per MBRG voucher, as Epilobium adenocaulon Hausskn. .

- Mono Lake, northwest shore (as a col. locality), Also at this location but not collected, Salix exigua, Ranunculus cymbalaria, and Melilotus alba. In the delta of Mill Creek, on the northwest shore of Mono Lake. Tom Schweich 1008. 22 Jul 2013. ( OBI ) .

- Mono Vista Spring, marshy area Mono Vista Springs northwest shore of Mono Lake Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1709. 1 Sep 1949. ( POM312603 UC1191742 ) .

- Rush Creek, "Marsh Plant Survey of California" Rush Creek Herbert L. Mason 13656. 4 Sep 1948. ( UC1191745 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, Tioga Lodge, Mono Lake. L. S. Rose 50178. 25 Jul 1950. ( RSA74538 SBBG29165 ) wet bank of ditch bank of ditch 5 miles north of Tioga Lodge Philip A. Munz 24290. 13 Sep 1960. ( RSA142720 UC1188099 ) . .

Epilobium ciliatum Raf. ssp. glandulosum (Lehm.) Hoch & P. H. Raven.  (Syn: Epilobium glandulosum Lehm. ) Fringed Willowherb. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Inn, Damp ground near lake-margin. Near Mono Lake. At Mono Inn. F. W. Peirson 7579. 28 Jul 1927. ( RSA72168 ) .

- Sulphur Pond, Sarcobatus vermiculatus scrub bordering warm sulphur spring outflow, with a few Salix exigua thickets. Mono Basin, Sulphur Pond, about 1.5 miles east of northeast shore of Mono Lake. Dean Wm. Taylor 16836. 13 Jul 1998. ( JEPS101752 ) . .

Epilobium glaberrimum Barbey.  Glaucus Willowherb. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lundy Lake, Lundy Lake. Doris Bowers 416. 6 Jul 1966. ( RSA788409 ) . .

Eremothera boothii (Douglas) W.L. Wagner & Hoch.  (Syn: Camissonia boothii (Douglas) Raven ) Booth's Evening Primrose. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, as Oenothera boothii Douglas. Booth's Evening Primrose. Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- MBRG P-1, Observation per MBRG voucher, as Oenothera boothii Douglas. Booth's Evening Primrose. . .

Eremothera boothii (Douglas) W.L. Wagner & Hoch ssp. alyssoides (Hook. & Arn.) W.L. Wagner & Hoch.  (Syn: Camissonia boothii (Douglas) P. H. Raven ssp. alyssoides (Hook. & Arn.) P. H. Raven ) Pine Creek Evening Primrose. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Dechambeau Ranch, sandy volcanic gravels on dry sagebrush flat near Dechambeaus Ranch about 1.5 miles north of Black Point, Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 8710. 5 Jul 1982. ( SJSU9731 ) .

- Mono Basin, as Oenothera alyssoides Hook. & Arn. Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Lake, south shore (as a collection locality), gravelly pumice sands south shore of Mono Lake Carl W. Sharsmith 5480. 5 Aug 1946. ( SJSU13314 ) . .

Eremothera boothii (Douglas) W. L. Wagner & Hoch ssp. boothii.  (Syn: Camissonia boothii (Douglas) Raven ssp. boothii ) Booth's Evening Primrose. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Black Point, Great Basin Sage Scrub with Prunus andersonii, Artemisia tridentata, Leptodactylon pungens. Black basalt lava sands with light colored pumice on slopes of lava flows. Black Point parking lot, N side of Mono Lake David Charlton 202. 17 Apr 1986. ( UCR48844 ) near foot of black pumice hill north shore of Mono Lake Frank W. Peirson 9198. 12 Aug 1930. ( RSA75375 ) slopes of the black pumice hill Low lake terrace near the black pumice hill, north shore Mono Lake; elev. 6450 ft Frank W. Peirson 10763. 1 Aug 1933. ( RSA75374 UC511801 ) .

- Dechambeau Ranch, Veg. Type: Mzl, flat 9/10 mile east southeast of Dechambeau's Ranch T. M. Hendrix 610. 30 Aug 1937. ( UC1122148 ) .

- Mono Craters, among low chaparral on north slope Frank W. Peirson 31 Jul 1933. ( JEPS31551 ) .

- Mono Lake, sandy plain near Lake Mono Chesnut and Drew 18 Jul 1889. ( UC35396 ) .

- Panum Crater, sandy pumice flats in Purshia tridentata-Artemisia tridentata tridentata scrub MONO BASIN: Test Station Road at N base Panum Crater Dean Wm. Taylor 16744. 1 Jul 1998. ( JEPS101754 ) .

- Rush Creek, Rush Creek Road on the north side of the crossing of Rush Creek, 0.6 mi (1.0 km) southwest and upstream of Test Station Road. . Tom Schweich 526. 2 Aug 2007. ( UC1973754 ) . .

Eremothera boothii (Douglas) W.L. Wagner & Hoch ssp. intermedia (Munz) W.L. Wagner & Hoch.  (Syn: Camissonia boothii (Douglas) P. H. Raven ssp. intermedia (Munz) P. H. Raven ) Booth's Hairy Evening Primrose. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual, 8-11 cm.; Stem, 1+ mm. dia., decumbent to ascending, tomentose below to thinning above; Stipules absent; Leaves, basal and cauline, rosette present at flowering, much reduced above, oblanceolate, largest 30 mm x 12 mm, margin entire; Sepals 3 mm., opening separately, deciduous after flowering; Hypanthium 3 mm.; Petals 4, 5 mm., white fading pink; Stamens 8; Stigma 1mm., spherical; Fruit, sessile, to 20 mm. x 1.2 mm. wide at base, wider proximally; Seed, 1.5 mm. x 0.5 mm. wide, elliptical, not-winged, glabrous (Described from Coll. No. 386, keyed 12 Dec 2012).

- Dechambeau Ponds, near edge of salt grass meadow; nectoar source of pseudocopaeodes eunus (Lepidoptera; Hesperiidae) Dechambeau Hot Spring, near north shore of Mono Lake Derham Giuliani 1. 6 Jul 1984. ( RSA639621 ) .

- Mono Craters, among low chaparral on north slope Frank W. Peirson 31 Jul 1933. ( JEPS86232 ) .

- Rush Creek delta, On a former gravel beach bar of Mono Lake, now incised by Rush Creek because of dropping lake levels. Rush Creek delta near the Mono Lake shoreline, 1 km north northeast of the intersection of Forest Roads 01N51 “South Tufa Road” and 01N50 “Rush Creek Road”, 5.8 km east of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1178. 25 Jun 2015. ( UC UCR265728 ) . .

Gayophytum decipiens H. Lewis & Szweyk.  Deceptive Groundsmoke. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Bloody Canyon, Chesnut and Drew 20 Jul 1889. ( UC73312 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 28. 20 Jun 1908. ( UC422810 ) .

- Mono Mills, lower border of Pinus ponderosa jeffreyi belt, in sagebrush covered flat at edge of exten. sand flat 4 miles north of Mono Mills, south of Mono Lake L. R. Abrams and David D. Keck 2879. 30 Jun 1934. ( UC532135 ) . .

Gayophytum diffusum Torr. & A. Gray ssp. parviflorum H. Lewis & Szweyk.  Spreading Groundsmoke. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Big Sand Flat, Broad sand flat of coarse pumice soil, bordered by Pinus jeffryi forest on S, Atremesia tridentata scrub on N, with few shrubs on flat. Big Sand Flat; along Hwy 120, near turnoff to Crooked Meadows (FS. Rd. 1S17). Michael Honer 1355. 25 Jul 2001. ( RSA700815 ) About 1.5 km north of Big Sand Flat, on the hill with a monument named "Sand." Tom Schweich 608. 22 Jun 2010. ( CAS UC1973710 ) .

- Bohler Canyon, Dry edges of wet meadow along the dirt road on the south side of Bohler Canyon, 1.8 mi (3.0 km) by air west of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 505. 2 Aug 2007. ( CAS UC1973769 ) .

- East Craters Sand Flat, Dry open pumice flat surrounded by Pinus jeffrfyi / P. contorta forest. SE arm of East Craters Sand Flat, as it is crossed by FS Rd. 1S06. Michael Honer 1507. 26 Aug 2001. ( RSA688029 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, Alice M. Ottley 1093. 6 Jul 1920. ( JEPS27575 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, Lee Vining Creek near Nevada and California Power Company. Alice M. Ottley 1093. 6 Jul 1920. ( UC1554396 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow, Common on disturbed margins of meadow.; Gently E-sloping heavily grazed dry meadow of soft silty pumice alluvium over granitic bedrock. Uplands of Artemisia tridentata / Purshia tridentata scrub. GLASS MOUNTAIN REGION Sagehen Meadow area; along 4WD road running S from Gaspipe Spring and Hwy 120 as it crosses dry springfed drainages. Appx. 1/2 mi. NE of Sagehen Spr. campground. Michael Honer 981. 21 Jun 2001. ( RSA685450 ) . .

Gayophytum ramosissimum Torr. & A. Gray.  Pinyon Groundsmoke. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Winkler, David W., 1977 .

- Mono Mills, in sagebrush-covered flat at edge of extensive sand flat, lower border of P. ponderosa jeffreyi belt 4 miles north of Mono Mills, south of Mono Lake David D. Keck and L. R. Abrams 2880. 30 Jun 1934. ( UC532090 ) .

- Pumice Valley, Great Basin scrub, recently burned. Mono Lake, along Mono Lake Basin Road, about 3 miles S of the lake and 2.5 miles from the junction of Hwy. J. M. Porter, Laren Machen 15110. 27 May 2012. ( RSA803564 ) . .

Oenothera caespitosa Nutt. ssp. marginata (Hook. & Arn.) Munz.  Tufted Evening Primrose. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Caespitose annual or short-lived perennial herb, to 10 cm.; Leaves, mostly basal, petiole 44 mm. + blade 33 mm. × 14 mm. wide, ovate, margins entire and toothed; Buds erect; Corolla, 32 mm., limb 56 mm., white, fading lavender; Anthers versatile, attached in middle; Pollen, with viscin threads; Stigma, lobes, 4; Fruit, unknown, fortunately not necessary to key in Taylor (2010), though required in most other floras. Described from Coll. No. 1166, 24 Jun 2015.

- Mono Basin, With Pinyons (no Junipers), Sagebrush, Bitterbrush, and Ephedra, in the mixed sandy and rocky ground where the foot of the Bodie Hills meets the Mono Dunes. Along Goat Ranch Road, 3.25 miles east northeast of the intersection of US Highway 395 and California Highway 167 (sometimes called Pole Line Road). Tom Schweich 760. 19 Jun 2011. ( UC1980486 ) .

- Mono Valley, In a slowly filling sand depression of the former railway roadbed. About 1 km south of California Highway 167 on Forest Road 03N103, which parallels the former Bodie & Benton Railway roadbed. Tom Schweich 1166. 24 Jun 2015. ( CAS UCR265707 ) . .

Oenothera deltoides Torr. & Frémont ssp. cognata (Jeps.) W. M. Klein.  Birdcage Evening-Primrose. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Mono Basin, Associated with Artemisia and Purshia "University of Arizona Annotation Label: This specimen was used in the dissertation research of Margaret E. K. Evans in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Arizona. The locality information was used to locate nearby; 1/4 mile north of highway 31 (Pole Line Road) 3 miles east of Hwy 395 on old sand beach soil of Mono Lake J. L. Reveal 75. 30 May 1962. ( NY998625 ) . .

Oenothera elata Kunth ssp. hirsutissima (S. Watson) W. Dietr.  Hooker's Evening-Primrose. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Cain Ranch, Great Basin Province; East of Sierra Nevada region Highway 395: Near Cain Ranch, south of LeeVining. Elev. 6800 Feet. Mary DeDecker 913. 12 Jul 1958. ( RSA617247 ) .

- Dechambeau Creek, Mono Basin, beside Dechambeau Creek, 0.5 mi. W of Hwy. 395, PLSS: 02N25E24. Tim Messick 1211. 19 Jul 1980. ( HSC77218 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, On dry gravelly moraine hillside. Associated with Artemisia and Chrysothamnus. At the Lee Vining Ranger Station. J. L. Reveal 158. 16 Jul 1962. ( NY998667 ) .

- Lundy, 8000-9000 ft vicinity of Lundy Miss Maud Minthorn 8 Aug 1908. ( UC148749 ) .

- Mono Lake, Mono Lake B. D. Rogers Aug 1964. ( HSC16489 ) .

- Walker Creek (Lower), Just below the aqueduct road on the north side of Walker Creek. Tom Schweich 517. 2 Aug 2007. ( UC1973761 ) . .

Taraxia tanacetifolia (Torr. & A. Gray) Piper.  (Syn: Camissonia tanacetifolia (Torr. & A. Gray) P. H. Raven ssp. tanacetifolia ) Tansy-Leaved Suncup. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Conway Summit, growing in open summit of grade north of Mono Lake Frank W. Peirson 6150. 29 Jun 1925. ( UC635275 ) .

- Grant Lake, Growing on former lake bed recently exposed by falling lake levels due to drought. Near the south end of Grant Lake on the east side, near the south end of Forest Road 01S30 “Grant Lake Road.” Tom Schweich 1195. 26 Jun 2015. ( CAS CS OBI RENO UC UCR267675 ) .

- Reversed Peak, On the drying shore of natural ponds called "Snow Ponds" by local residents, south flank of Reversed Peak, about 1 mile northwest of Gull lake. Tom Schweich 561. 14 Aug 2008. ( Alameda UC1953405 ) .

Orobanchaceae

Castilleja applegatei Fernald ssp. pallida (Eastw.) Chuang & Heckard.  Wavy-Leaf Indian Paintbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Walker Lake, Willis Linn Jepson 4443. 18 Jul 1911. ( JEPS9051 ) . .

Castilleja applegatei Fernald ssp. pinetorum (Fernald) T. I. Chuang & Heckard.  Wavy-Leaf Indian Paintbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Sagehen Meadow, North of Sagehen Meadow among sagebrush. Tom Schweich 666. 16 Jul 2010. ( Alameda CAS1120823 UC1973695 ) . .

Castilleja chromosa A. Nelson.  Desert Indian Paintbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon. C. angustifolia (Nutt.) G. Don is a name that in California has been misapplied to pls belonging instead to C. chromosa A. Nelson. However, it is not a synonym for C. chromosa A. Nelson.

Perennial subshrub, green, growing out of Artemisia tridentata, or in pinyon-juniper woodland, to 25-40 cm.; Hairs simple throughout; Leaves alternate, sessile, 30-50 mm. × 5 mm. wide, lanceolate to 5-lobed distally, not fleshy, short simple hairy; Inflorescence reddish, not glandular; Bract, 17 mm., 3- or 5-lobed; Calyx, 17-18 mm., divided equally 4-5 mm. (24-28%), lobes not curved upward; Corolla, tube 10-11 mm. + beak 10-13 mm. = 20-24 mm., straight, not curved through abaxial side of side of calyx sinus, upper lobes tip open, projected forward, lower lip small teeth, beak greenish yellow above and reddish below; Stamens, 4, fused in pairs; Anther, sacs per stamen obscured by twinning, looks like at least 3 sacs per pair of stamens; Stigma, lobes obscured by pollen (Described from Coll. No. 217, 27 April 2000 and Coll. No. 422, 26 May 2004).

- Aeolian Buttes, on rocky outcrop 2 miles east of Highway 395, south of the old Mono Highway, Forest Service No. 1S09 James L. Reveal 341. 12 Jun 1962. ( UC1338580 ) .

- Grant Lake, among sagebrush, slopes west of Grant Lake, east of the Sierran escarpment Rimo Bacigalupi (with L. R. Heckard) 3504. 11 Aug 1951. ( JEPS7470 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, 4.3 miles west of Lee Vining Canyon junction with U. S. Hwy 395 L. T. Dempster 1079. 13 Jun 1957. ( JEPS17858 ) near foot of grade in Lee Vining Canyon R. F. Hoover 5407. 5 Jul 1941. ( UC765571 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, on talus slope, in canyon (Date is probably August 10, 1951 -- Ed.) about 2.5 miles east and below Lundy, in canyon leading to Lundy Lake Rimo Bacigalupi (with L. R. Heckard) 3500. 10 Apr 1951. ( JEPS8005 ) .

- Mono Basin, sandy granitic mountain slope, 7700 - 7800 ft Route 395 north of Mono Lake Francis W. Pennell 25904. 15 Jun 1940. ( UC1012210 ) growing up in Artemisia tridentata shrub along U. S. Highway 395 0.5 miles north of June Lake Junction Rimo Bacigalupi and Tsan Iang Chuang 8907. 31 Jul 1963. ( JEPS34430 ) .

- Mono Lake (southwest sector), Sagebrush Scrub, pumice soil. on south side of graded road, south side of Mono Lake about 5 miles east of Lee Vining M. S. Taylor 4863. 17 Jul 1982. ( CHSC37296 JEPS81454 ) Along Test Station Road, about 0.75 mi east southeast of Rush Creek, and 0.9 mi west northwest of the South Tufa parking area. Tom Schweich 955. 21 May 2013. ( Alameda ) .

- Pumice Valley, in rocky soil of openings in shrubs 2 miles north of U. S. Hwy 395, at Forest Service Road 1530, north entrance of June Lake Loop Road L. R. Heckard with T. I. Chuang 6752. 12 Jul 1990. ( JEPS86673 ) .

- Sagehen Meadow Campground, parasitizing Linanthus pungens among bitterbrush and Jeffrey pines. about 1 mile south of Sagehen Meadow Campground on Forest Road 01S160, Tom Schweich 639. 5 Jul 2010. ( CAS UC1973785 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, east-facing slope 2 miles north of Mono Lake Post Office Joseph and Hilda W. Grinnell 1068.1 17 Jun 1937. ( UC569645 ) . .

Castilleja linariifolia Benth.  Wyoming Indian Paintbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Annual/perennial unknown, to 50 cm., plants of dry places, growing out of Artemisia; Stem and leaf glabrous; Leaf, linear, proximal 60 mm. × 2 mm. wide, margins curled up, length reduced distally to 15 mm, occasionally 3- or 5-lobed; Inflorescence, simple hairy; Bracts, 3-lobed, <calyx; Calyx, 26 mm., divided 14/26 (54%) abaxially and undivided adaxially, lobes curved upward; Corolla curved out through abaxial calyx sinus, beak described as sparsely puberulent, but unable to see in this collection (Described form Coll. No. 439, 31 Jul 2004).

- Grant Lake, growing among sagebrush, slopes west side of Grant Lake Rimo Bacigalupi (with L. R. Heckard) 3503. 11 Aug 1951. ( JEPS8004 ) .

- June Lake, Mrs. J. D. Wright 5 Jul 1929. ( SBBG66902 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, in gravel at foot of grade foot of Lee Vining Grade Jens Clausen 794. 23 Aug 1933. ( UC532108 ) .

- Lundy Canyon, in rocky soil in an aspen covered canyon bottom with a sparse Jeffrey pine forest on its borders Ernest C. Twisselmann 5757. 14 Sep 1959. ( JEPS31046 ) .

- Mono Basin, in seepage from hill above, growing mixed with C. miniata along U. S. Highway 395 at base of Conway Grade, 1.7 miles north of the Conway Grade junction with Lundy Lake Road Rimo Bacigalupi (with L. R. Heckard) 3499. 10 Aug 1951. ( JEPS8006 ) .

- Silver Lake, Frank W. Peirson 6099. 26 Jun 1925. ( UCR136637 ) Lewis S. Rose 40740. 3 Jul 1940. ( UC885298 ) . .

Castilleja miniata Hook. ssp. miniata.  Giant Red Indian Paintbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

Perennial herb 45-50 cm; Stems ascending, hairs unbranched, not glandular below spike; Leaves opposite below, alternate above, 70 mm. × 3 mm. wide, reduced above, lance-linear, entire; Inflorescence glandular hairy, reddish; Bract, unlike leaves, 27 mm., lobes 3; Calyx cleft equally half-way on dorsal (adaxial) and ventral (abaxial) side; Corolla, 40 (Described from Coll. No. 897, 24 August 2012, and Coll. No. 1182, 25 June 2015. See also Coll. No. 1467, which may be C. miniata × rhexifolia.).

- Bohler Canyon, In wet areas along the dirt road on the south side of Bohler Canyon, 1.8 mi (3.0 km) by air west of US Highway 395. Tom Schweich 500. 2 Aug 2007. ( CAS UC1973780 ) .

- June Lake, Mrs. J. D. Wright 5 Jul 1929. ( POM161161 ) Moist stream bank. (GoogleMaps via BerkeleyMapper (copied from RSA406448)) N. C. Cooper 2736. 31 Aug 1944. ( RSA448747 ) .

- Lee Vining, Stream banks. L. S. Rose 68146. 17 Jul 1968. ( RSA448742 ) .

- Lee Vining Creek, On a former beach strand of Mono Lake, now exposed by falling lake levels, in the delta of Lee Vining Creek, 2.75 km northeast of the GNIS location of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 1182. 25 Jun 2015. ( CS OBI UCR267668 ) .

- Lee Vining Canyon, Moist rocky cliff-base. Stems several from the base, usually simple. Spikes Vermilion; bracts 3-lobed, the Vermilion lobes long attentuate, the central one broadest and strongly nerved or sub-carinate. Leevining Grade. D, D, Keck 4477. 22 Aug 1936. ( POM256743 ) [ [4477. Calyx more deeply lobed anteriorly by ca. 6 mm, its lobes long attentuate; galea exerted, greenish except for narrow pale vermillion sides, the margin dilated-thickened; lower-lip dark green only 2 mm. long including the strongly incurved falcate teeth. Frequent from elev. of 2134m. (7000ft.)] ] damp sandy hillside Lee Vining Canyon Road G. Witherspoon 2074. 21 Jun 1940. ( SJSU566 ) meadow, slope flat Mt. Lyell 2 miles above Lee Vining H. S. Yates 6281. 22 Aug 1936. ( UCSC667 ) In partial shade. Bracts scarlet, yellow projecting corolla. Leevining Canyon, n.e. of Yosemite. M. A. Chrysler 1093. 17 Aug 1934. ( RSA104079 ) Sunny bank. Bracts deep scarlet. Leevining Canyon, n.e. of Yosemite. M. A. Chrysler 2002. 17 Aug 1934. ( RSA104080 ) .

- Lee Vining Ranger Station, On wet loam soil, Assoc. with Carex, near Salix, and C. stenantha Gray. Along Lee Vining Creek at the Lee Vining Ranger Station, from the lower end of the campground, PLSS: 01N26E17 Jack Reveal, James L. Reveal 9 Jun 1962. ( RSA220764 ) .

- Lundy Lake, Robert M. Perkins 286. 15 Aug 1936. ( RSA448744 ) .

- Mono Basin, in seepage from hill above along U. S. Highway 395 at base of the Conway Grade, 1.7 miles north of U. S. Highway 395 junction of road leading to Lundy Lake Rimo Bacigalupi (with L. R. Heckard) 3498. 10 Aug 1951. ( JEPS8007 ) .

- Mono Lake, Alice M. Ottley 1066. 5 Jul 1920. ( JEPS9773 ) Upper Sonoran zone. Granite soil. Meadow. Mono Lake, Sierra Nevada, Mono Lake Watershed. Lyman Benson 3809. 1 Jul 1932. ( POM283562 ) .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), west Mono Marsh near Mono Lake Herbert L. Mason 15231. 9 Aug 1963. ( UC1275796 ) .

- Rattlesnake Gulch, About 300 m east of the GNIS location of Mono Diggings, 10.6 miles by road north of Lee Vining. Tom Schweich 897. 24 Aug 2012. ( CAS1157592 UC ) .

- Reversed Creek, wet places under cottonwood and aspen at foot of high granitic cliffs near Reversed Creek between Gull Lake and Silver Lake L. Constance 2442. 9 Aug 1938. ( UC614498 ) .

- Rush Creek (in Horseshoe Canyon), Hillside next to spring. above Upper Rush Creek between Grant and Silver Lakes Wendell Wood 214. 15 Jul 1970. ( HSC12505 ) .

- Silver Lake, Dry canyon slope. West of north end of Silver Lake. F. W. Peirson 7467. 27 Jul 1927. ( RSA82247 ) .

- Walker Lake, From the J. W. Congdon Herbarium, probably collected by J. W. Congdon J. W. Congdon 17 Aug 1894. ( UC103489 ) . .

Castilleja minor (A. Gray) A. Gray ssp. minor.  (Syn: C. exilis A. Nels. ) Lesser Indian Paintbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Lee Vining, sandy grassy soil Near Mono Lake on US Hwy 395 north of Lee Vining Francis W. Pennell 26315. 28 Jul 1940. ( JEPS11709 UC1012457 ) Mono Lake near Lee Vining M. Lewis 615. Aug 1955. ( JEPS19695 ) .

- Mill Creek, in streamside gravel Mill Creek just above its debouchement into Mono Lake Roman Gankin, and Rimo Bacigalupi 247. 30 Aug 1957. ( JEPS18995 ) .

- Mono Basin, as Castilleja exilis A. Nels. Winkler, David W., 1977 as Castilleja exilis A. Nels., a synonym. Jones & Stokes Associates, 1993 Bodie Road at G Ranch (Possibly Goat Ranch - Ed.) Unknown 18 Aug 1898. ( UC26466 ) .

- Mono Lake, Herbert L. Mason 11494. 1 Aug 1936. ( UC1083137 ) Unknown 24 Aug 1895. ( UC103514 ) .

- MBRG P-8, Observation per MBRG voucher, as the synonym C. exilis .

- MBRG P-9, Observation per MBRG voucher, as the synonym C. exilis .

- Mono Lake, west of (as a collection locality), subsaline marshy area By west end of Mono Lake about 2 miles north of Lee Vining Carl W. Sharsmith 8732. 7 Sep 1982. ( SJSU9712 ) .

- Old Marina, On the western shore of Mono Lake. Tom Schweich 494. 1 Aug 2007. ( CAS UC1973779 ) .

- Paoha Island, meadow on west shore of Paoha Island A. D. Gifford 877. 20 Aug 1937. ( UC1137474 UC577971 ) .

- Rush Creek, Herbert L. Mason 13651. 1 Sep 1948. ( UC1191866 ) .

- Rush Creek delta, ponds and marshes Rush Creek Wildlife Area southwest shore of Mono Lake Malcolm A. Nobs and S. Galen Smith 1739. 1 Sep 1949. ( UC1191865 ) .

- Tioga Lodge, lake shore Edward Lee 2484. 9 Aug 1936. ( JEPS73330 ) . .

Castilleja pilosa (S. Watson) Rydb.  (Syn: Orthocarpus pilosus S. Watson ) Parrothead Indian Paintbrush. CalPhotos. Jepson eFlora. SEINet Taxon.

- Sagehen Meadow, USGS quad: Dexter Canyon 7.5' Q.; Uncommon; edge of grassy areas.; Eastern Sierra/ Mono Basin 4.9 mi. SE of Calif. Hwy 120 on Sagehen Meadows Road George K. Helmkamp and E. A. Helmkamp 2322. 10 Sep 1997. ( UCR122319 ) Gently E-sloping heavily grazed dry meadow of soft silty pumice alluvium over granitic bedrock. Uplands of Artemisia tridentata / Purshia tridentata scrub. GLASS MOUNTAIN REGION Sagehen Meadow area; along 4WD road running S from Gaspipe Spring and Hwy 120 as it crosses dry springfed drainages. Appx. 1/2 mi. NE of Sagehen Spr. campground. Michael Honer 980. 21 Jun 2001. ( RSA685451 ) North edge of meadow. Tom Schweich 693. 26 Jul 2010. ( CAS1131466 UC1980392 ) .

- Walker Lake, near Walker Lake, at Camp 125 between Mono Lake and the base of