INFLORESCENCE: dense, occasionally interrupted once at lowest internode; cymal clusters crowded and radiating. FLOWERS: calyx usually light green, rarely tinged with purple; tooth margins paleaceous with whitish translucence, frequently radiating to entire tooth or beyond; costae generally pigmented as surrounding tissue; corolla white, rarely tinged with purple at distal portions of lobes. n = 9. NOTES: See also parent taxon. Quercus gambelii, pine, and mixed conifer forests including: moist gullies with Picea, open fields and meadows near spruce fir, sedge grass communities, and small fertile bottoms: Apache, Coconino, Gila, Greenlee, Yavapai cos.; 1800 3100 m (5900 10200 ft); (May- )Jul Oct; w NM. REFERENCES: Christy, Charlotte M. 2003. Lamiaceae. J. Ariz. - Nev. Acad. Sci. Volume 35(2).