Eastern Mojave Vegetation Golden Linanthus (Leptosiphon aureus ssp. aureus) at Lobo Point.  


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  Golden Linanthus (<I>Leptosiphon aureus</I> ssp. <I>aureus</I>) at Lobo Point.
Photograph taken April 24, 2001. Golden Linanthus is common on flat, sandy areas.

Coll. No. 276, 24 Apr 2001, characters observed: Annual, to 10 cm.; Leaves, opposite, palmate compound; Flowers in small clusters; Pedicels, 6 mm.; Calyx, 5 mm., lobes 5, ±equal, 4 mm., membrane width ±equal lobe width; Corolla, mostly yellow, tube 2 mm. + purple/yellow throat 3 mm. + yellow lobes 6 mm. = 11 mm., no hairy ring; Filaments glabrous.

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