Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca (Munz) W.L. Wagner & Hoch   (redirected from: Camissonia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca)
Family: Onagraceae
browneyes
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Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Patrick Alexander  
Jepson Online
Duration: Annual Nativity: Native Lifeform: Forb/Herb General: Habit: Annual. Stem: 3--70 cm. Plant strigose (glandular-hairy distally). Leaves: Leaf: generally basal, generally 1-pinnate; terminal leaflet < 30 mm, narrowly ovate; lateral leaflets well developed, like terminal. Flowers: Inflorescence: nodding. Flower: generally opening near dusk; hypanthium 3-5 mm; sepals 2--8 mm, sepal tips not free in bud (inconspicuously so); petals 2.5--8 mm, white generally fading purple, bases rarely purple-dotted; stamens +- equal. Fruits: Fruit: ascending or spreading, 8--38 mm, wider to tip, straight or curved; pedicel 4--40 mm. Seed: 0.6--1.5 mm. Ecology: Sandy flats, washes, creosote-bush scrub; Elevation: -70--900 m. feb-may Distribution: southern California: southern Nevada, western Arizona, northern Baja California. Notes: Cross-pollinated; the most complex, widespread sp. in genus; 11 subspecies, 8 in California. Synonyms: Camissonia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca, Camissonia claviformis var. aurantiaca, Chylismia aurantiaca, Oenothera claviformis var. aurantiaca, Oenothera scapoidea var. aurantiaca Editor: pasted from Jepson
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Patrick Alexander  
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image
Chylismia claviformis subsp. aurantiaca image