Descurainia incisa subsp. paysonii (Detling) Rollins
Family: Brassicaceae
[Descurainia pinnata subsp. paysonii Detling,  more]
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Plants eglandular, often canes-cent. Basal leaves: lateral lobes 2 or 3 (or 4) pairs, margins usually entire. Cauline leaves: lobes linear, margins entire. Racemes eglandular. Fruiting pedicels horizontal to divaricate, (10-)13-25 (-30) mm. Fruits curved inward. Flowering May-Jun. Disturbed grounds, rocky hillsides, pinyon-juniper woodlands, grassy benches, flats; 1500-2300 m; Colo., N.Mex., Utah. Subspecies paysonii and incisa are reliably separated by their pedicel length, orientation, and shape and margin of lateral leaf lobes.