Eastern Mojave Vegetation Salvia dorrii at the 9,000 foot level in the Spring Mountains  
 

 

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  <I>Salvia dorrii</I> at the 9,000 foot level in the Spring Mountains
I found this plant growing along the Lee Canyon trail on broken limestone. At high elevations, the species tends to be more compact in form. The highest elevation at which I have observed the species is at 10,000 feet in the Schullman Grove of the White Mountains, Inyo County, California.

Article records that use this photograph:

  • Nevada State Route 156: 32000.
  • A Bibliography on Great Basin Blue Sage (Salvia dorrii): 253200.

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