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p. unnumbered, facing front inside cover
Geographic Subdivisions of California
Map legend, lower left, 'SnJt' and its color bar removed
Map legend, lower left, 'PR exc SnJt' made 'PR'
Map, unexpanded, bottom, 'PR' made 'PR (exc SnJt)'
Map, unexpanded, color of SnJt made the same as PR, which is now 'PR (exc SnJt)'
Map, expanded (spaces between regions), bottom, 'PR' made 'PR (exc SnJt)'
Map, expanded (spaces between regions), color of SnJt made the same as PR, which is now 'PR (exc SnJt)'
2014 01 07

p. viii
second paragraph from bottom, second line
'Whitten Bulding' made 'Whitten Building'
2012 04 04
Corrected in second printing

p. xvii
AUTHORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE JEPSON MANUAL, SECOND EDITION
Edward Alverson, Oregon State University, Corvallis
'Edward Alverson, Oregon State University, Corvallis' inserted, in alphabetical order by last name (i.e., after Ihsan A. Al-Shehbaz, before Edward F. Anderson)

2012 04 06

p. 11
THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN USING THIS BOOK
Assumptions. Unless stated otherwise, number of flowers is per inflorescence, of petals is per flower, of seeds is per fruit (so if per chamber, that would be specified), etc. Also, unless stated otherwise, keys and descriptions refer to plant parts in their mature condition; that is, after they have expanded fully from their embryonic states, excluding any expansion subsequent to that, as happens for example when flower parts (e.g., ovary, sepals) expand in association with fruit set.
'Also, unless stated otherwise, keys and descriptions refer to plant parts in their mature condition; that is, after they have expanded fully from their embryonic states, excluding any expansion subsequent to that, as happens for example when flower parts (e.g., ovary, sepals) expand in association with fruit set.' added
2013 11 19

p. 15
SYMBOLS
+ 1) after a number or range of numbers, it means "or more" (e.g., "6–10+ mm" means "6 to 10 or more mm"); 2) between words (e.g., plant structures, word elements in etymologies) it means "plus" (e.g., "tube + throat 12–16 mm" means that the tube and throat taken together are 12–16 mm)
inserted just below '1', just above '±'
2012 03 27

p. 15
SYMBOLS
star rare and/or endangered native taxon; see Conventions for further explanation
'plant' made 'taxon'
2012 03 27

p. 15
SYMBOLS
diamond weedy, alien taxon; see Conventions for further explanation
'plant' made 'taxon'
2012 03 27

p. 15
SYMBOLS
broken diamond weedy, alien taxon; see Conventions for further explanation
'plant' made 'taxon'
2012 03 27

p. 17
GLOSSARY
abaxial. Side or surface of a structure away from the axis distal to the point at which the structure is borne (e.g., lower surface of a leaf, outer surface of a petal). (see adaxial)
'away from the axis on which the structure' made 'away from the axis distal to the point at which the structure'
2012 07 12

p. 17
GLOSSARY
adaxial. Side or surface of a structure toward the axis distal to the point at which the structure is borne (e.g., upper surface of a leaf, inner surface of a petal). (see abaxial)
'toward the axis on which the structure' made 'toward the axis distal to the point at which the structure'
2012 07 12

p. 17
GLOSSARY
acuminate. Having a long-tapered, sharp tip, the sides concave. (see acute, attenuate, awl-like)
'(see acute, awl-like)' made '(see acute, attenuate, awl-like)'
2014 05 13

p. 17
GLOSSARY
acute. Having a short-tapered, sharp tip, the sides convex or straight and converging at less than a right angle. (see acuminate, attenuate, awl-like, obtuse)
'(see acuminate, obtuse)' made '(see acuminate, attenuate, awl-like, obtuse)
2014 05 13

p. 18
GLOSSARY
aquatic. Growing under, in, or on water (generally fresh; if brackish, saline, or marine, so indicated), whether rooted in bottom or floating, and including plants with parts of shoots submersed but with other parts above water (e.g., Potamogeton gramineus); excluding plants of seeps or wet rocks. (see emersed, submersed)
'(e.g., Potamogeton gramineus)' moved
2012 03 27

p. 18
GLOSSARY
attenuate. Having a long-tapered, sharp tip. (see acuminate, acute, awl-like)
'attenuate. Having a long-tapered, sharp tip. (see acuminate, acute, awl-like)' added to glossary
2014 05 13

p. 18
GLOSSARY
awl-like. Narrow throughout, but broader at the base and tapered to a sharp tip. (see acuminate, acute, attenuate)
'(see acuminate)' made '(see acuminate, acute, attenuate)'
2014 05 13

p. 22
GLOSSARY
ellipsoid. In the shape of a flattened or elongated sphere, widest at the middle and tapered equally to both ends, as a fruit; wider than linear. (see elliptic, linear, oblong)
'circle' made 'sphere'; 'in three dimensions,' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 22
GLOSSARY
elliptic. In the shape of a flattened or elongated circle, widest at the middle and tapered equally to both ends, as a leaf; wider than linear. (see ellipsoid, linear, oblong)
'in two dimensions (i.e., in one plane),' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 24
GLOSSARY
infraspecific. Below the species level or within a species; pertaining to variation within a species, whether taxonomically significant (e.g., characterizing subspecies or varieties) or not (e.g., characterizing forms or minor variants).
'i.e.' made 'e.g.'
2012 03 27

p. 25
GLOSSARY
leaflet. Leaf-like unit of a compound leaf; distinguished from a leaf by the absence in its axil of a bud, branch, thorn, or flower; either simple (leaf 1-compound, with 1° leaflets) or compound (leaf 2-compound, with 1° and 2° leaflets; 3-compound, with 1°, 2°, and 3° leaflets; etc.).
comma made semicolon before 'etc.' near end [made on 2012 03 27]
'lacking lateral, basal appendages (stipules);' deleted, after '…branch, thorn, or flower;'
2013 08 09 [in addition to change(s) made on 2012 03 27, above]

p. 27
GLOSSARY
mericarp. One of the generally dry, generally indehiscent, 1–few-seeded, 1-carpelled segments into which certain fruits separate at maturity (e.g., those of Apiaceae).
deleted ± repeated phrase '(generally dry, indehiscent, 1-seeded)'
2012 03 27

p. 28
GLOSSARY
ocrea, ochrea (ocreae, ochreae). In Polygonaceae, generally scarious sheath around the stem formed by the fusion of stipules.
'ocrea (ocreae).' made 'ocrea, ochrea (ocreae, ochreae).'
2013 02 26

p. 28
GLOSSARY
papillate. Pertaining to a surface (e.g., of a leaf, stigma, fruit) bearing small, rounded or conic protuberances (papillae; singular papilla).
deleted comma after 'rounded'
2012 03 27

p. 30
GLOSSARY
pome. In Rosaceae, a fleshy, indehiscent fruit, such as an apple or pear; derived from a hypanthium (represented as outer fleshy material and skin) surrounding and ± fused to a compound ovary (represented as (1)2–5 papery-walled, radiating segments alternating with fleshy material, as in, e.g., Amelanchier utahensis fruit) or to (1)2–5 free ovaries, each with a ± stony outer layer. (see berry, drupe)
moved 'e.g., Amelanchier utahensis fruit'; added 'as in'
2012 03 27

p. 30
GLOSSARY
prickle. Sharp-pointed, stiff or somewhat flexible projection, originating at or near the surface and neither subtending an axillary bud or branch nor subtended by a leaf or leaf scar, without leaves, leaf scars, buds, or branches (e.g., Rosa woodsii stem); loosely used for any sharp projection. (see armed, spine, thorn)
moved '(e.g., Rosa woodsii stem)'
2012 03 27

p. 31
GLOSSARY
radiant head. In Asteraceae, a discoid head with a peripheral ring of flowers having much enlarged, often bilateral corollas.
'(p. 31)' deleted [in TJM2; page numbers not used, illustrations not presented, in eFlora]
2014 04 14

p. 31
GLOSSARY
radiate head. (p. 31) In Asteraceae, a head composed of central disk flowers and marginal ray flowers. (see disciform head, discoid head, liguliflorous head, radiant head)
'(p. 25)' made '(p. 31)' [in TJM2; page numbers not used, illustrations not presented, in eFlora]
2014 04 14

p. 32
GLOSSARY
spine. Sharp-pointed, usually stiff projection, derived from a leaf or leaf part (e.g., stipule, vein tip), and therefore often subtending an axillary bud or branch, without buds of its own (e.g., Cirsium arvense leaf); loosely used for any sharp projection. (see armed, prickle, thorn)
moved '(e.g., Cirsium arvense leaf)' [change made on 2012 03 27]
'originating below the epidermis,' deleted, after 'usually stiff projection,'
'(e.g., Cirsium arvense leaf)' made '(e.g., marginal spine of Cirsium arvense leaf)'
2013 08 09 [in addition to change(s) made on 2012 03 27, above]

p. 33
GLOSSARY
stipe. 1. In ferns, a leaf stalk (analogous to a petiole of a leaf), connecting blade to rhizome. 2. In some Polygonaceae, a stalk-like base of a flower or of a hypanthium, distal to pedicel (stipe and pedicel separated by line of dehiscence or a bulge, or differences in thickness; if no such demarcation exists, the structure throughout is a pedicel, not in part a stipe).
'1.' inserted before 'In ferns', definition 2. added [change made on 2012 07 16]
'a stalk-like flower or hypanthium base' made 'a stalk-like base of a flower or of a hypanthium'
2013 08 09 [in addition to change(s) made on 2012 07 16, above]

p. 33
GLOSSARY
thorn. Sharp-pointed, usually stiff projection, derived from a branch and therefore often subtended by a leaf or leaf scar, sometimes with leaf scars and buds of its own (e.g., Castela emoryi); loosely used for any sharp projection. (see armed, prickle, spine)
moved '(e.g., Castela emoryi)' [change made on 2012 03 27]
'originating below the epidermis,' deleted, after 'usually stiff projection,'
2013 08 09 [in addition to change(s) made on 2012 03 27, above]

p. 34
GLOSSARY
utricle. Mostly dry, dehiscent or indehiscent fruit from a generally compound pistil in which a balloon- or bladder-like ovary wall loosely encloses (or, in some Chenopodiaceae, is adherent to) a single seed.
'Amaranthaceae' made 'Chenopodiaceae'
2013 09 26

p. 34
GLOSSARY
valve. 1. In legumes or capsules opening by longitudinal lines, one of the parts into which the fruit is dehiscent (such fruits valvate). 2. In anthers, the flap of tissue resulting from dehiscence by a curved line (e.g., Lauraceae, some Berberidaceae). 3. In Ophioglossaceae, one of the parts into which the sporangium is dehiscent.
period added before '3.'
2012 03 27

p. 34
GLOSSARY
vein. 1. Tissue specialized for transport of substances within a plant: water and dissolved inorganic substances (e.g., mineral nutrients) through the xylem; energy-rich, organic compounds (products of photosynthesis) through the phloem. 2. Strand of such tissue, often seen as a line in surface view and as a bundle in transverse section.
comma made semicolon after 'xylem'
2012 03 27

p. 43
Geographic Subdivisions of California
Map legend, lower left, 'SnJt' and its color bar removed
Map legend, lower left, 'PR exc SnJt' made 'PR'
Map, unexpanded, bottom, 'PR' made 'PR (exc SnJt)'
Map, unexpanded, color of SnJt made the same as PR, which is now 'PR (exc SnJt)'
Map, expanded (spaces between regions), bottom, 'PR' made 'PR (exc SnJt)'
Map, expanded (spaces between regions), color of SnJt made the same as PR, which is now 'PR (exc SnJt)'
2014 01 07

p. 46
San Gabriel Mountains District (SnGb), line 1
'This is a topographically well-defined …' made 'This district is a topographically well-defined ...'
2013 02 15

p. 46
San Jacinto Mountains District (SnJt), line 1
'The only district recognized in the PR, this is an area with …' made 'This district in the PR is an area with …'
2013 02 15

p. 47
MODOC PLATEAU REGION (MP), line 6
delete 'A single subregion is recognized within the MP.'
2013 02 15

p. 53
lines 15–16
'continued well into the Tertiary' made 'continued well into the Cenozoic'
2012 03 27

p. 54
line 7
'Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction' made 'Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction'
2012 03 27

p. 70
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 1
2. Pl with strong odor of onion or garlic; bulblets in head or umbel ..... ALLIACEAE ([Allium sativum], Allium vineale)
2' Pl unscented; bulblets in spike- or panicle-like cluster
3. Lvs stiff, sword-like, vertically folded, attached "edge-on" to st, < 60 mm wide ..... IRIDACEAE (Watsonia meriana)
3' Lvs soft, flat or folded, not attached "edge-on" to st, 1–2 mm wide ..... POACEAE (Poa bulbosa subsp. vivipara)
1' Lvs linear-elliptic to round, entire, toothed, or palmately lobed, not sheathing at base
4. Lvs opposite, ± fleshy ..... MONTIACEAE (Montia chamissoi)
4' Lvs alternate or all basal, not fleshy
couplet 3 moved to under lead 2', from under lead 1'; couplet 4 moved to under lead 1', from under 3'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 74 (superseded by Supplement I)
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 3
5' Sporangia underground, each embedded in adaxial face of widened lf base or several enclosed in hard, spheric sporangium case near lf base
'Sporangia underground, embedded in adaxial faces of widened lf bases or enclosed in hard, spheric sporangium case near lf base' made 'Sporangia underground, each embedded in adaxial face of widened lf base or several enclosed in hard, spheric sporangium case near lf base' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 08 [replaces changes made on 2012 03 27]
Corrected in second printing

p. 74 (superseded by Supplement I)
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 3
14' Pinnae [some or all of them] conspicuously toothed, lobed, or compound
'toothed or lobed' made 'toothed, lobed, or compound'
2012 03 27

p. 77
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 6
20. Ocreae present, persistent or not; nodes gen swollen ..... POLYGONACEAE {G2,8,15,16,19}
'Ochreae' made 'Ocreae'
2013 02 26

p. 77
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 6
20' Ocreae 0; nodes gen not swollen
'Ochreae' made 'Ocreae'
2013 02 26

p. 82
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 8
28. Ocreae present, persistent or not; nodes gen ± swollen ..... POLYGONACEAE {G2,6,15,16,19}
'Ochreae' made 'Ocreae'
2013 02 26

p. 82
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 8
28' Ocreae 0; nodes gen not swollen
'Ochreae' made 'Ocreae'
2013 02 26

p. 84
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 9
26' Lvs petioled; blades green, crenate or serrate, resin-dotted; fls subtended by 2–4 bractlets; fr a papillate, wax-coated drupe, free of subtending bractlets, or an achene enclosed by and falling together with a pair of spongy bractlets..... MYRICACEAE {G7,11}
comma added after 'subtending bractlets'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 84
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 9
27. Styles or stigmas repeatedly branched into >> 4 fine, thread-like divisions; ovary 3-lobed, maturing as a capsule; stems brittle; shrub ..... EUPHORBIACEAE (Acalypha) {G7,11}
'Styles repeatedly branched into many' made 'Styles or stigmas repeatedly branched into >> 4'
2014 02 06

p. 84
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 9
27' Styles, style branches, or stigmas 2–4, generally not further divided; ovary generally unlobed, the frs various, incl capsules; sts mostly not brittle; shrub or tree
'Styles or style branches' made 'Styles, style branches, or stigmas'
'the frs various' made 'the frs various, incl capsules' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 02 06

p. 85
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 10
2. Hypanthium present ..... ROSACEAE (4) {G15,21,22,23}
'20,' removed
2013 08 21

p. 86
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 10
19' Flowers clustered; seeds without arils ..... ROSACEAE (4) {G15,21,22,23}
'20,' removed
2013 08 21

p. 86
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 10
20. Hypanthium present ..... ROSACEAE (4) {G15,21,22,23}
'20,' removed
2013 08 21

p. 86
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 10
27' Herb ..... ROSACEAE (4) {G15,21,22,23}
'20,' removed
2013 08 21

p. 88
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 12
27. Lvs fleshy, cylindric to ± flat ..... CHENOPODIACEAE (Suaeda)
'Lf' made 'Lvs"
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 88
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 12
31. Perianth parts 2–10 cm; ovules many — sepals actually present in bud, but early-deciduous, 0 in open flower ..... PAPAVERACEAE (Papaveroideae) {G15,20,22,24}
'parts 2–3 cm, bright yellow' made 'parts 2–10 cm'; ' (Dendromecon)' made '(Papaveroideae) {G15,20,22,24}'
2013 08 21

p. 88
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 12
31' Perianth parts generally < 1.5 cm; ovules 1–2 per chamber
', generally not yellow and petal-like' removed
2013 08 21

p. 91
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 15
11. Perianth parts 6(8) — sepals actually present in bud, but early-deciduous, 0 in open flower ..... PAPAVERACEAE (2) (Papaveroideae) {G12,20,22,24}
'PAPAVERACEAE (2) {G20,22,24}' made 'PAPAVERACEAE (2) (Papaveroideae) {G12,20,22,24}'
2013 08 21

p. 92
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 15
18. Fr a 3-angled achene; perianth parts 6 [actually in 2 whorls of 3, but this may not be evident in open fls] ..... 3POLYGONACEAE {G2,6,8,16,19}
brackets replaced improper use of em dash
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 92
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 15
18' Fr not 3-angled; perianth parts <= 5
'5 or fewer' made '<= 5'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 92
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 15
22. Sepals erect, linear, fused below and hardened around ovary; stamens fused to calyx; slender ann, gen <= 15 cm; lvs narrowly linear, <= 15 mm ..... CARYOPHYLLACEAE (Scleranthus) {G14}
'15 cm or less' made '<= 15 cm'
2012 03 27

p. 92
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 15
22' Sepals erect or spreading, free, not hardened around ovary (sepals gen 0 in pistillate fls of Atriplex, which has a pair of ± hardened bractlets around fr); stamens free from calyx; pls often larger, ann or per; lvs various
'fr enclosed between pair of ± hardened bractlets' made 'which has a pair of ± hardened bractlets around fr'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 92
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 15
37. Perianth parts 4 or 6, free; stigmas 1–many, generally sessile; fruit a capsule — sepals actually present in bud, but early-deciduous, 0 in open flower ..... PAPAVERACEAE (2) (Papaveroideae) {G12,20,22,24}
'PAPAVERACEAE (2) {G20,22,24}' made 'PAPAVERACEAE (2) (Papaveroideae) {G12,20,22,24}'
2013 08 21

p. 92
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 15
41' Fls unisexual; hairs harshly stellate, central branches often long, spreading, bristle-like; fr dehiscent ..... EUPHORBIACEAE (Croton setiger)
'setigerus' made 'setiger'
2012 04 11

p. 93
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 15
43' Bracts subtending fls 0 or not scarious or scarious-margined ..... 3CHENOPODIACEAE {G6,7,8,9,11}
'0 or' inserted
2012 03 27

p. 93
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 16
9. St nodes with small, dry, sometimes spiny-spurred, scale-like lvs that subtend 1–20 thread-like, needle-like, or ovate, lf-like branchlets — erect to sprawling herb, sub-shrub, or twining vine ..... ASPARAGACEAE
rewritten from '9. True lvs all scale-like, subtending thread-like to ovate lf-like branchlets — erect to sprawling herb or twining vine ..... ASPARAGACEAE'
2012 03 27

p. 93
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 16
9' St nodes without small, dry scale-like lvs that subtend lf-like branches
rewritten from '9' True lvs not scale-like (exc sometimes infl bracts or basal lvs), not subtending lf-like sts'
2012 03 27

pp. 93–95
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 16
20. Stamens many ..... HYDRANGEACEAE (Carpenteria) {G21, 22}
20' Stamens 2–9
couplet inserted after 19.; the number of each couplet from 20 through 54 increased by 1, making them 21 through 55 (leads 12' and 19' not changed)
2012 03 27

p. 95
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 16
48' (now 49') Filaments glabrous (or expanded filament base puberulent)
'(or expanded filament base puberulent)' added
2012 03 27

p. 98
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 19
16' True corolla present, not constricted above ovary, base not persistent as hardened or winged structure around ovary; stigmas, ovary chambers, and ovules > 1; fr various
'frs' made 'fr'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 98
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 19
31' Herb; flowers in scapose umbels, white to pink or purple; stems and leaves glabrous or glandular-hairy ..... PRIMULACEAE (Primula)
'Dodecatheon' made 'Primula'
2013 08 21

p. 99
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 19
49. Stigma 1, gen undivided
'gen' inserted
2013 02 28

p. 100
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 19
55. Herb ..... 2GENTIANACEAE {G24}
pre-superscript 2 added
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 100
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 20
5. Main axis of leaf bearing many small leaflets or lobes in addition to main leaflets ..... ROSACEAE (Chamaebatia)
'{G10,15,21,22,23}' made '(Chamaebatia)'
2013 08 21

p. 100
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 20
10. Infl a raceme ..... RANUNCULACEAE (Actaea, Consolida)
10’ Infl a cyme or fls solitary
11. Petals 5; sepals present in open fl ..... NITRARIACEAE {G22}
11’ Petals 4 or 6 (very rarely 5); sepals deciduous as fl opens, 0 in open fl ..... PAPAVERACEAE (Papaveroideae) {G12,15,22,24}
replaces couplets 10–11 [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 21

p. 101
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 20
17' Petals 4–6
'4 or 5' made '4–6'
2012 03 27

p. 101
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 20
25. Petals 4; sepals 2 ..... 2PAPAVERACEAE (Fumarioideae)
pre-superscript 2 added
2013 08 21

p. 102
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 21
5. Ovary only 1/2 inferior, the free portion conic, esp in fr ..... HYDRANGEACEAE (Carpenteria) {G16,22}
'{G22}' made '{G16,22}'
2012 03 27

p. 102
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 21
8' Leaves alternate; fruit a pome ..... ROSACEAE (2) {G10,15,20,22,23}
'{G10,15,20,22,23}' made '{G10,15,22,23}
2013 08 22

p. 103
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 21
19. Pl a non-desert, sprawling, woody vine (fl sts ± erect); lvs smooth, dark green, often palmately lobed; infl a cluster of umbels; fr a berry ..... ARALIACEAE (Hedera)
commas added after 'non-desert' and 'sprawling'[comma after 'non-desert' still missing for second printing]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 103
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 21
24. Leaves alternate; hypanthium well developed; fruit a pome ..... ROSACEAE (2) {G10,15,22,23}
'{G10,15,20,22,23}' made '{G10,15,22,23}'
2013 08 22

p. 103
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 22
4. Flowers ± radial; petals generally 5, oblanceolate to ± round, not recurved ..... ROSACEAE (2) {G10,15, 21,23}
'{G10,15,20,21,23}' made '{G10,15,21,23}
2013 08 22

p. 103
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 22
7. Sepals 2–3 (fused into conical cap in Eschscholzia), early-deciduous, 0 in open flower; latex generally present [at least in roots], generally milky or colored ..... PAPAVERACEAE (Papaveroideae) {G12,15,20,24}
'PAPAVERACEAE {G15,20,24}' made 'PAPAVERACEAE (Papaveroideae) {G12,15,20,24}'
2013 08 22

p. 104
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 22
17. Shrub — ovary actually 1/2 inferior but easily interpreted as superior ..... HYDRANGEACEAE (Carpenteria) {G16,21}
'{G21}' made '{G16,21}'
2012 03 27

p. 104
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 22
18. Hypanthium present ..... ROSACEAE (2) {G10,15,21,23}
'{G10,15,20,21,23}' made '{G10,15,21,23}'
2013 08 22

p. 104
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 23
4' Tree or large shrub; stigmas 2(3), ± sessile; ovary 2(3)-winged; mericarps winged, beaks 0 ..... SAPINDACEAE (Acer) {G7,12}
'beak' made 'beaks'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 104
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 23
6. Stamens > in number than petals …..RUTACEAE (Cneoridium)
6' Stamens = in number to petals
7. Petals opposite stamens, gen ± cupped …..RHAMNACEAE {G12,21}
7' Petals alternate stamens, gen ± flat
8. Lvs opposite …..CELASTRACEAE
8' Lvs ± whorled at some nodes, alternate at others …..PITTOSPORACEAE
replaced couplets 6–8
2013 02 07

p. 105
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 23
20. Hypanthium present, well developed, tubular or cup-shaped ..... ROSACEAE {G10,15,21,22}
'{G10,15,20,21,22}' made '{G10,15,21,22}
2013 08 22

p. 105
KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 24
3' Lf peltate; ovary chambers 3, 1-seeded; fr breaking into 3 1-seeded mericarps ..... TROPAEOLACEAE
'one-seeded' made '1-seeded' in both places
2012 03 27
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KEY TO FAMILIES, Group 24
22' Leaves not fleshy; sepals early-deciduous, 0 in open flower and fruit ..... PAPAVERACEAE (Papaveroideae) {G12,15,20,22}
'PAPAVERACEAE {G15,20,22}' made 'PAPAVERACEAE (Papaveroideae) {G12,15,20,22}'
2013 08 22

p. 109
ISOETES howellii
[pertaining to elevation:] generally < 1500(2900) m.
'(2900)' added
2013 10 08

p. 109
ISOETES howellii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoR, CaR, SNF, n SNH, GV, CCo, SnFrB, SCoR, SCo, PR;
'n SNH,', 'CCo,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 02

p. 109
ISOETES nuttallii
[pertaining to elevation:] generally < 1500(2760) m.
'(2760)' added
2013 10 08

p. 110
ISOETES orcuttii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoRI, (Howell Mtn, Napa Co.), CaR, n&c SNF, SNH, GV, CCo, SnFrB, SCo, PR;
'CaR, n&c SNF,' added, 'n&s SNH' made 'SNH,' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 02

p. 110
SELAGINELLACEAE
[pertaining to genera in family:] 1 genus, ± 700 spp.: worldwide, gen trop, warm temp.
'1 genus.' made '1 genus, ± 700 spp.: worldwide, gen trop, warm temp.'
2012 09 27

p. 110
SELAGINELLA
[pertaining to species in genus:] ± 700 spp.: worldwide, gen trop, warm temp.
'± 700 spp.: worldwide, gen trop, warm temp.' deleted
2012 09 27

p. 111
SELAGINELLA bigelovii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s NW, s SN, SnJV, CW, SW, sw edge DMoj;
'SnJV,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 16

p. 111
SELAGINELLA hansenii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s NCoRI, CaR, SN, ScV (Sutter Buttes), SnJV, n SCoR.
'SnJV,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 16

p. 111
SELAGINELLA wallacei
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaRF, n SNF (Butte Co.), n SNH, n SnFrB (Marin Co.);
'CaRF,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 16

p. 115
AZOLLA filiculoides (bottom of page, middle figure, upper right)
'staminate sporangium' made 'male sporangium' [in TJM2; illustrations not presented in eFlora]
2014 07 11

p. 120
BOTRYCHIUM
10. Middle pinnae spreading, ± perpendicular to rachis; pinna texture delicate, outer margins gen finely crenate to dentate; basal sporophore branches often downturned, occurring in or near saturated substrate ..... B. crenulatum (2)
'outer margins finely toothed or crenulate' made 'outer margins gen finely crenate to dentate'
2012 10 05

p. 120
BOTRYCHIUM
10' Middle pinnae ascending; pinna texture firm, outer margins entire to wavy to coarsely toothed; basal sporophore branches gen not downturned
'outer margin entire to wavy to coarsely toothed' made 'outer margins entire to wavy to coarsely toothed'
2012 10 05

p. 120
BOTRYCHIUM
13. Pinnae fan-shaped, texture delicate, deep green, outer margins gen finely crenate to dentate; occurring in or near saturated substrate ..... B. crenulatum (2) (sun pls)
'; outer margins finely toothed or crenate' made ', outer margins gen finely crenate to dentate'
2012 10 05

p. 120
BOTRYCHIUM
13' Pinnae oblong or rounded without a sharp angle between side and outer margin, texture thick, yellow-green, outer margins entire or shallowly cleft; occurring in well-drained sites ..... B. tunux
'; outer margin entire or shallowly cleft' made ', outer margins entire or shallowly cleft'
2012 10 05

p. 122
BOTRYCHIUM paradoxum
[pertaining to elevation:] ± 4000 m.
'4000–4200' made '± 4000'
2012 08 21

p. 124
POLYPODIUM scouleri
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, NCoRO, CCo, SnFrB, SCo;
'NCo, NCoRO, CCo, SnFrB, SCo, n ChI;' made 'NCo, NCoRO, CCo, SnFrB, SCo;' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 02 01

p. 124
PTERIDACEAE
TJM2 AUTHOR: Ruth E.B. Kirkpatrick, Alan R. Smith & Thomas Lemieux, except as noted
', except as noted' added
2012 09 24

p. 127
added to plate were 'Polypodiaceae', bottom left (beginning under Polypodium calirhiza), and 'Pteridaceae', bottom right (beginning under Adiantum capillus-veneris)
2012 03 27

p. 129
CHEILANTHES viscida (superseded by Supplement II)
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] e edge SnBr, e PR (incl SnJt), DMoj, w edge DSon;
'e edge SnBr, e PR, DMtns, w edge DSon' made 'e edge SnBr, e PR (incl SnJt), DMoj, w edge DSon' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 129
CRYPTOGRAMMA
TJM2 AUTHOR: Ruth E.B. Kirkpatrick, Alan R. Smith, Thomas Lemieux & Edward Alverson
TJM2 authors added
2012 09 24

p. 130
PELLAEA mucronata var. mucronata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoR, CaR, SN, GV (Sutter Buttes), CW, SW, SNE, DMoj (desert mtns and lower montane slopes, canyons);
'DMtns' made 'DMoj (desert mtns and lower montane slopes, canyons)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 15

p. 133
WOODSIACEAE
2' Indusium cup-like, of many segmented hair- or scale-like fragments or lobes encircling sorus from below, often obscure in age; pinnae sides ± equal; lf, blade axes abaxially with (without) short-stalked glands or gland-tipped hairs 0.1–1 mm ..... WOODSIA
'Indusia cup-like' made 'Indusium cup-like'
2012 09 26

p. 139
JUNIPERUS californica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoRI, SNF, ScV (Sutter Buttes), SnFrB, SCoR, TR, PR, D;
'DMtns' made 'D' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 15

p. 139
SEQUOIADENDRON giganteum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SNH, probably naturalizing in nw SnJt (nw Black Mtn).
'SNH.' made 'SNH, probably naturalizing in nw SnJt (nw Black Mtn).' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 11 07

p. 139
SEQUOIADENDRON giganteum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SNH, naturalized in northwestern San Jacinto Mountains (Black Mountain), possibly naturalizing in San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains.
'SNH, probably naturalizing in nw SnJt (nw Black Mtn).' made 'SNH, naturalized in northwestern San Jacinto Mountains (Black Mountain), possibly naturalizing in San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains.' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 09

p. 139
SEQUOIADENDRON giganteum
[pertaining to unabridged note:] Schmid & Schmid (2011. Madrono 58:202-203; 2012. Aliso 30:19-32) rigorously documented that at least 157 pls (seedlings to saplings), some up to 30 yrs old (although not yet reproducing), on nw flank of Black Mtn, nw SnJt, have descended naturally from plantings made nearby in 1974, and suggested that the same may occur from planted pls that are persisting in SnGB, SnBr.
'Schmid & Schmid (2011. Madrono 58:202-203; 2012. Aliso 30:19-32) rigorously documented that at least 157 pls (seedlings to saplings), some up to 30 yrs old (although not yet reproducing), on nw flank of Black Mtn, nw SnJt, have descended naturally from plantings made nearby in 1974, and suggested that the same may occur from planted pls that are persisting in SnGB, SnBr.' added [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 11 07

p. 139
SEQUOIADENDRON giganteum
[pertaining to unabridged note:] Schmid & Schmid (2011. Madroño 58:202-203; 2012. Aliso 30:19-32) rigorously documented that at least 157 plants (seedlings to saplings), some up to 40 years old (and reproducing), on northwestern flank of Black Mountain, northwestern San Jacinto Mountains, have descended naturally from plantings made nearby in 1974, and suggested that the same may occur from planted plants that are persisting in San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains.
'some up to 30 years old (although not yet reproducing),' made 'some up to 40 years old (and reproducing),' [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2014 04 09

p. 146
PINUS ponderosa var. pacifica
[pertaining to note:] Some very large-coned plants in Santa Cruz Mountains …
'larged-coned' made 'large-coned'
2013 07 31

p. 148
TORREYA californica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, NCoR, CaR, SN, CCo, SnFrB, SCoR.
'CaRF' made 'CaR', 'CCo' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 30

p. 152
NYMPHAEA odorata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CaRF, n SNF, SNH (Lake Tahoe), ScV (Butte Co.), SnGb, expected elsewhere;
'CaRF, n SNF,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 01

p. 153
ARISTOLOCHIA californica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoR, CaR, n&c SNF, ScV, n SnJV, CCo, SnFrB, n SCoRO.
'KR,' added, 'CaRF' made 'CaR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 30

p. 153
ASARUM caudatum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaRH, CCo, SnFrB;
'CCo' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 30

p. 155
UMBELLULARIA californica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaRF, SNF, SNH, ScV (Sutter Buttes), deltaic SnJV, CCo, SnFrB, SCoRO, SCoRI, SCo, scattered TR, PR;
'SNH,', 'deltaic SnJV, CCo,', 'SCoRI, SCo,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 30

p. 155
ANEMOPSIS californica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CaRH, s SN, Teh(?), sw ScV, SnJV, CW, SCo, ChI, WTR, SnGb(?), SnBr(?), PR, SNE, DMoj, DSon(?);
'Teh(?),', 'WTR, SnGb(?), SnBr(?),', ', DSon(?)' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 159
AVICENNIA
FR: ellipsoid to ovoid, often asymmetric, 1-chambered, gen indehiscent; stalk not flat.
'elipsoid' made 'ellipsoid'
2012 03 27
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p. 160
JUSTICIA californica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] e PR, D;
'w PR (San Diego River e of Wildcat Canyon), DSon' made 'e PR, D' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 162
CONICOSIA
[pertaining to general description] Perennial herb, generally short-lived; roots diffuse or tuberous.
'short lived' made 'short-lived'
2013 07 31

p. 163
TETRAGONIA tetragonoides
'tetragonioides' made 'tetragonoides'
2014 05 20

p. 166
AMARANTHUS
[pertaining to species in genus:] ± 70 spp.: worldwide; weeds, ornamentals, food pls.
[pertaining to note:] Hybrids common, F1 gen with numerous, densely packed bractlets beneath gen sterile pistillate fls, abnormal-shaped infl with dense, twisted or fan-shaped branches. Unless otherwise noted, descriptions of bracts and fl parts are of pistillate fls.
'weeds, ornamentals, food pls' moved to correct position, from NOTE to SPECIES IN GENUS
2012 03 27
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p. 171
RHUS aromatica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CA-FP, DMoj (exc c), n DSon;
'CA-FP, DMtns' made 'CA-FP, DMoj (exc c), n DSon' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 175
ANGELICA hendersonii
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Angelica tomentosa var. hendersonii (J.M. Coult. & Rose) DiTomaso
'hendersoni' made 'hendersonii' [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]
2013 03 28

p. 188
LOMATIUM caruifolium var. caruifolium
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoR (Mendocino Co.), c&s SNF, CCo, SnFrB, SCoR, ChI.
'CCo,' inserted [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 10 15

p. 190
LOMATIUM tracyi
LF: petiole 2.5–8 cm, scarious, gen sheathing throughout; blade 4.5–10 cm, oblong to ovate, ternate-pinnately or 2-pinnately dissected, segments 1–7 mm, thread-like to oblong, acute or obtuse, gen overlapping.
'petiole 2.5–8, scarious' made 'petiole 2.5–8 cm, scarious'
2012 09 25

p. 193
OREONANA vestita
[pertaining to flowering time:] Mar–Jul
'Jun–Jul' made 'Mar–Jul'
2012 04 11

p. 200
TAUSCHIA howellii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR (Salmon Mtns), n SNH;
'KR (Salmon Mtns);' made 'KR (Salmon Mtns), n SNH;' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 06 29

p. 203 (superseded by Supplement I)
ASCLEPIAS
[pertaining to note:] Fresh fls gen better for determining relative positions of parts; hoods may have near anther head 2 ± sickle shaped lobes each that may ± resemble horns. A. linaria not outside cultivation in CA, so deleted here; previous inclusion in TJM2 (2012) based on faulty locality data.
'A. linaria not outside cultivation in CA, so deleted here; previous inclusion in TJM2 (2012) based on faulty locality data.' added
2012 11 05

p. 204 (superseded by Supplement I)
ASCLEPIAS
14' Leaves elliptic, lanceolate, or ovate, tip obtuse to acuminate
'tip acute to acuminate' made 'tip obtuse acuminate' [in 14' of TJM2; in 13' of Supplement I and eFlora]
2014 06 30

p. 204
ASCLEPIAS cordifolia (superseded by Supplement I)
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaR, SN, ScV (Sutter Buttes), CCo, n SnFrB, MP;
', n SnFrB, MP' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 30

p. 204 (superseded by Supplement I)
ASCLEPIAS eriocarpa
LF: opposite or whorled in 3s or 4s; petiole short to 0; blade elliptic, lanceolate, or ovate, base tapered to obtuse (to cordate), tip obtuse to short-acuminate, margins generally not wavy, generally entire.
'tip obtuse to short-acuminate,' added
2014 06 30

p. 206
ASCLEPIAS fascicularis (superseded by Supplement I)
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CA (exc NCo, n CCo);
'CA (exc NCo, CCo, SCo)' made 'CA (exc NCo, n CCo)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 29

p. 206 (superseded by Supplement I)
ASCLEPIAS linaria
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] D (excluded from CA in note under genus);
'(excluded from CA in note under genus)' added [in TJM2]
2012 11 05

p. 208
ILEX aquifolium
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR?, NCoRO, CCo, SnFrB, expected elsewhere;
'KR?, NCoRO,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 210
HEDERA canariensis
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] widely cultivated, native to Macaronesia, northern Africa.
'Macronesia' made 'Macaronesia'
2013 07 31

p. 210
HEDERA helix
[pertaining to toxicity:] Sap can cause contact dermatitis; berries and lvs TOXIC when eaten.
'Sap' capitalized
2012 03 27
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p. 211
ASTERACEAE, Key to Groups
5' Receptacle bristly or bearing long, bristle-like scales (free or fused at base) ..... Group 4
'of long, bristle-like scales' made 'bearing long, bristle-like scales'
2013 11 15

p. 214
ASTERACEAE, Group 3
5' Lf linear or dissected into linear lobes ..... [THELESPERMA]
'[Thelesperma megapotamicum]' made '[THELESPERMA]'
2012 03 27

p. 217
ASTERACEAE, Group 6
35. Fls 2(3); ann; pappus bristles plumose ..... DIMERESIA
35' Fls 10–many; per; pappus bristles minutely barbed
36. Abaxial lf face glabrous or glandular to short bristly ..... AGERATINA (2)
36' Abaxial lf face white-tomentose ..... LUINA
key to members of Asteraceae, Group 6, couplet 35, replaced with the above [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora, where "per" expanded to "perennial herb'], couplets previously numbered 36–64 renumbered, with 1 added to each
2013 08 08

p. 218
ASTERACEAE, Group 6
66. Distal lf blades 1.5–4 cm; phyllary tips green or red ..... PACKERA {G15}
66' Distal lf blades 6–25 cm; phyllary tips black or green ..... SENECIO (2) {G2,15}
key to members of Asteraceae, Group 6, couplets 65 and 66, replaced with the above [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora], couplet previously numbered 65 removed, couplet previously numbered 66 still numbered 66 due to insertion of 1 couplet under couplet previously numbered 35
2013 08 08

p. 222
ASTERACEAE, Group 11
15' Lvs opposite; ray fls sterile ..... COREOPSIS
'..... COREOPSIS' added; couplet 16 deleted, couplets after 10' reduced in number by one (10' stays 10')
2012 03 27

p. 224
ASTERACEAE, Group 12
21. Lf 1–3-pinnately dissected; heads few to many in rounded to ± flat-topped clusters
'short-peduncled,' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 224
ASTERACEAE, Group 12
21' Lf entire, serrate, or pinnately lobed; heads solitary or few in open, cyme-like cluster
'serrate or pinnately' made 'serrate, or pinnately'; '± long-peduncled,' deleted
2012 03 27 ['± long-peduncled,' deleted from eFlora on 2012 03 27, but it was not actually deleted from this page until 2014 04 10]

p. 224
ASTERACEAE, Group 12
40. Lvs glabrous or sparsely tomentose; involucre gen 5–9 mm ..... BLENNOSPERMA (2)
'Involucre gen 5–9 mm; lvs glabrous or sparsely tomentose' made 'Lvs glabrous or sparsely tomentose; involucre gen 5–9 mm' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 11 15

p. 224
ASTERACEAE, Group 12
40' Lvs puberulent and/or glandular; involucre 7–20 mm
'Involucre 10–20 mm; lvs puberulent and/or glandular' made 'Lvs puberulent and/or glandular; involucre 7–20 mm' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 11 15

p. 230
ACHILLEA millefolium
CHROMOSOMES: 2n=[18,27],36,45,54,[63,72].
'2n=[18,27]36,45,54,63,72.' made '2n=[18,27],36,45,54,[63,72].'
2013 07 31

p. 234
AGOSERIS apargioides var. maritima
[pertaining to taxon author:] (E. Sheld.) Cronquist
'G. I. Baird' made 'Cronquist'
2012 08 09

p. 244
ANTENNARIA rosea
[pertaining to note:] Antennaria rosea subsp. arida (E.E. Nelson) R.J. Bayer, Antennaria rosea subsp. pulvinata (Greene) R.J. Bayer in adjacent states, expected in CA.
terminal period added
2012 03 27
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p. 250
ARTEMISIA
[pertaining to note:] Reports of Artemisia campestris L. subsp. pacifica (Nutt.) H.M. Hall & Clem. for CA unconfirmed. Artemisia arbuscula var. thermopola Beetle not in CA. Artemisia absinthium L. often cult, may persist, perhaps naturalizing in ne CA. Recent studies place Sphaeromeria in the Artemisia clade (Garcia et al. 2011 Am J Bot).
comma before '2011' deleted
2012 03 27
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p. 250
ARTEMISIA
[pertaining to note:] Reports of Artemisia campestris L. subsp. pacifica (Nutt.) H.M. Hall & Clem. for CA unconfirmed. Artemisia arbuscula var. thermopola Beetle not in CA. Artemisia absinthium L. often cult, may persist, perhaps naturalizing in ne CA. Recent studies place Sphaeromeria in the Artemisia clade (Garcia et al. 2011 Amer J Bot).
'Am J Bot' made 'Amer J Bot'
2014 05 04

p. 251
ARTEMISIA biennis
[pertaining to common name:] BIENNIAL WORMWOOD
'WORMWORD' made 'WORMWOOD'
2012 03 27

p. 254
BACCHARIS glutinosa
[pertaining to note:] The name B. glutinosa was mistakenly treated as a synonym of, rather than as a name that had been misapplied to, B. salicifolia in TJM (1993) and elsewhere previously.
'The name B. glutinosa was misapplied by N.Am botanists to B. salicifolia for many yrs (prior to TJM (1993)).' made 'The name B. glutinosa was mistakenly treated as a synonym of, rather than as a name that had been misapplied to, B. salicifolia in TJM (1993) and elsewhere previously.'
2013 12 10

p. 261
BIDENS laevis
INFL: heads radiate, erect in fl, often nodding in fr; peduncle 2–10 cm; involucre 1–2 cm diam, bell-shaped; outer phyllaries 6–8, 1–2 cm, lance-linear, sparsely ciliate; inner phyllaries 8–16 mm, obovate; paleae 6–8 mm, tips ± red.
'outer phyllaries 6–8, 1–2 mm' made 'outer phyllaries 6–8, 1–2 cm'
2013 10 05

p. 261
BIDENS tripartita
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c SNH, GV;
'SnJV' made 'GV' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 05 06

p. 264
BRICKELLIA atractyloides var. arguta
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] D;
'DMoj' made 'D' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 05 07

p. 264
BRICKELLIA atractyloides A. Gray var. odontolepis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s DMoj, DSon;
'D' made 's DMoj, DSon' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 05 07

p. 265
BRICKELLIA microphylla var. microphylla
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Bulbostylis microphylla Nutt.; Brickellia grayana Hieron.; Coleosanthus microphyllus (Nutt.) Kuntze; Brickellia watsonii B.L. Rob.; Brickellia microphylla (Nutt.) A. Gray var. watsonii (B.L. Rob.) S.L. Welsh
'Brickellia microphylla (Nutt.) Kuntzei' made 'Brickellia microphylla (Nutt.) A. Gray' ; 'S.L. Welch' made 'S.L. Welsh' [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]
2012 03 27

p. 269
BLEPHARIPAPPUS scaber (top of page, middle figure, scale bar with fr in lower right)
'2 mm' made '1 mm' [in TJM2; illustrations not presented in eFlora]
2013 02 13

p. 272
CENTAUREA stoebe L. subsp. micranthos
[pertaining to synonyms:] Centaurea maculosa Lam.
'L.' made 'Lam.'
2013 11 22 [correction made on earlier, unknown date]

p. 288
CIRSIUM quercetorum
[pertaining to note:] Variable; geographic races may warrant taxonomic recognition; needs study. Hybrids known with Cirsium fontinale var. fontinale, Cirsium remotifolium var. odontolepis. Related to Cirsium scariosum, differing in having longer lifespan, runner roots.
'differing in per habit and runner roots' made 'differing in having longer lifespan, runner roots'
2013 11 22

p. 289
CIRSIUM remotifolium var. odontolepis
[pertaining to synonyms:] Cirsium amblylepis Petr.; Cirsium callilepis (Greene) Jeps.; Cirsium callilepis var. pseudocarlinoides (Petr.) J.T. Howell
'pseudocarlinioides' made 'pseudocarlinoides'
2013 03 28

p. 290
CORETHROGYNE filaginifolia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, NCoRO, c&s SN, Teh, ,CW, SW, w DMoj;
'Teh,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 03 28

p. 291
CIRSIUM scariosum (bottom of page, middle figure)
'Cirsium scariosum var. citrinum' made 'Cirsium scariosum var. loncholepis' [in TJM2; illustrations not presented in eFlora]
2012 03 27

p. 292
COTULA coronopifolia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, NCoRI, n SNF, ScV, CW, SCo, ChI, WTR, PR;
'ChI, WTR,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 15

p. 294
CREPIS capillaris
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaR, n&c SN, CCo, SnFrB, SCo;
'CCo' moved from after to before 'SnFrB' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
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p. 299
DEINANDRA paniculata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s CCo/SCoRO, s SCoRO, SCo, WTR (e Santa Ynez Mtns), PR;
's CCo/SCoRO,' and 'WTR (e Santa Ynez Mtns),' inserted [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 04 25

p. 303
DITTRICHIA graveolens
RAY FL: 10–12; ray 2–5(–7) mm, erect or spreading.
'ray 4–7 mm' made 'ray 2–5(–7) mm'
2014 05 30

p. 303
EASTWOODIA elegans
FL: 30–180+; corolla <= 6 mm, cylindric to funnel-shaped, yellow; style branch appendages lanceolate.
'30–40' made '30–180+'
2014 05 30

p. 306
ENCELIOPSIS covillei
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n DMtns (w side Panamint Range), adjacent DMoj.
', adjacent DMoj' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 30

p. 306
ENCELIOPSIS nudicaulis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] W&I, DMtns, e DMoj;
'e DMoj' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 30

p. 308
ERICAMERIA bloomeri
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, CaR, SN, MP;
'KR' inserted [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 05 08

p. 309
ERICAMERIA greenei
[pertaining to synonyms:] Chrysothamnus g. (A. Gray) E. Greene
'Chrysothamnus g. (A. Gray) E. Greene' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 03 11

p. 309
ERICAMERIA nauseosa
[pertaining to taxon author:] (Pursh) G.L. Nesom & G.I. Baird
'Pall.' made 'Pursh'
2014 03 11

p. 309
ERICAMERIA nauseosa
[pertaining to synonyms:] Chrysothamnus n. (Pursh) Britton
'Chrysothamnus n. (Pursh) Britton' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 03 11

p. 309
ERICAMERIA nauseosa var. bernardina
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SN, TR, n PR (incl SnJt), W&I;
'n PR' made 'n PR (incl SnJt)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 25

p. 310
ERICAMERIA parryi
[pertaining to synonyms:] Chrysothamnus p. (A. Gray) E. Greene
'Chrysothamnus p. (A. Gray) E. Greene' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 03 11

p. 312
ERICAMERIA suffruticosa
[pertaining to general description] Pl 10–4 dm.
'10–4' made '1–4'
2012 03 27

p. 312
ERICAMERIA teretifolia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] Teh, TR, e PR (exc SnJt), SNE, DMoj;
'SnJt' made 'e PR (exc SnJt)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 02 27

p. 312
ERICAMERIA teretifolia
[pertaining to note:] Records in SnJt unconfirmed.
'Records in SnJt unconfirmed.' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 02 27

p. 313
ERIGERON
13' Ann, bien or short-lived per; pappus bristles 6–9(12) or 15–20
'; pappus bristles 6–9(12) or 15–20' added
2012 09 25

p. 313
ERIGERON
14. Pappus bristles 15–20; biennial or short-lived perennial herb ..... E. calvus
'short lived' made 'short-lived'
2013 07 31

p. 315
ERIGERON
65' Ray flowers 20–165 (80–300+ in E. glaucus)
'20–165' made '20–165 (80–300+ in E. glaucus)'
2014 06 02

p. 317
ERIGERON blochmaniae
LF: cauline, 1–5.5 cm, linear to narrowly oblanceolate, evenly sized and spaced, densely puberulent or short-soft-hairy.
'1–3 cm' made '1–5.5 cm'
2013 10 11

p. 317
ERIGERON bonariensis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoRI, CaRF, n&c SNF, GV, CW, SW, DMtns;
'NCoRI,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 26

p. 318
ERIGERON compositus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRH, CaRH, SNH, SnBr, Wrn, SNE;
'SNH, Wrn, SNE;' made 'KR, NCoRH, CaRH, SNH, SnBr, Wrn, SNE;' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 28

p. 320
ERIGERON glaucus
RAY FL: 80–300+; ray 8–15 mm, white to pink or purple, coiled when dry.
'80–165' made '80–300+'
2014 06 02

p. 321
ERIGERON oxyphyllus
'(Son)' made '(SON)' [in TJM2; 'Sonora' in eFlora]
2013 07 31

p. 325
ERIOPHYLLUM
16' Ray fls gen 9–13; phyllaries 9–15, keeled to flat; lvs entire to nearly compound, margins flat or rolled under
'Ray fls gen 9–13, keeled or flat;' made 'Ray fls gen 9–13; phyllaries 9–15, keeled to flat;'
2012 09 26

p. 328
EUCEPHALUS vialis
[pertaining to elevation:] 1500–5000 m.
'1500–5000' made '455–1525'
2013 04 05

p. 336
GRINDELIA
8' Involucres 7–25 mm diam; rays 8–20 mm; NCoR, GV, CW, SCo, TR ..... G. hirsutula
', SCo, TR' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 15

p. 337
GRINDELIA hirsutula
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoR, GV, CW, SCo, TR.
', SCo, TR' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 15

p. 338
HARMONIA guggolziorum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] e edge NCoRO (Hopland, Mendocino Co.).
'w NCoRI' made 'e edge NCoRO' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 25

p. 341
HEDYPNOIS rhagadioloides
'cretica' made 'rhagadioloides'
[pertaining to taxon author:] (L.) F. W. Schmidt
'(L.) Dum. Cours.' made '(L.) F. W. Schmidt'
[pertaining to synonyms:] H. cretica (L.) Dum. Cours.
SYNONYMS added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 20

p. 342
HELIANTHELLA californica var. californica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoR, SnFrB.
'NCoR' made 'NCoR, SnFrB' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 01 29

p. 345
HEDYPNOIS rhagadioloides (middle row, figure at right)
'cretica' made 'rhagadioloides' [in TJM2; illustrations not presented in eFlora]
2014 08 20

p. 115
AZOLLA filiculoides (bottom of page, middle figure, upper right)
'staminate sporangium' made 'male sporangium' [in TJM2; illustrations not presented in eFlora]
2014 07 11

p. 346
HEMIZONELLA minima
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoR, CaR, SN, se SnFrB, SCoRO (Hanging Valley, Santa Lucia Mtns), TR, PR, MP;
'SCoRO (Hanging Valley, Santa Lucia Mtns),' inserted [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 04 23

p. 356
HULSEA heterochroma
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SN, SnFrB, SCoR, TR, n PR (incl SnJt), n DMtns (Panamint, Argus ranges);
'n PR' made 'n PR (incl SnJt)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 28

p. 356
HULSEA vestita subsp. callicarpha
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n PR (incl SnJt).
'n PR' made 'n PR (incl SnJt)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 28

p. 369
LAYIA carnosa
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n NCo, CCo;
'n NCo, CCo.' made 'n NCo, CCo;' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 09

p. 369
LAYIA carnosa
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] sw OR.
'sw OR.' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 09

p. 369
LAYIA chrysanthemoides
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, e&s edge NCoRO, NCoRI, GV, CW;
'CW.' made 'CW;' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 09

p. 369
LAYIA chrysanthemoides
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] sw OR.
'sw OR.' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 09

p. 370
LAYIA platyglossa
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] sw OR, Baja CA.
'to Baja CA' made 'sw OR, Baja CA' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 09

p. 370
LAYIA septentrionalis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c&s NCoRI, ScV (Sutter Buttes);
'c&s NCoRI, ScV (Sutter Buttes).' made 'c&s NCoRI, ScV (Sutter Buttes);' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 09

p. 370
LAYIA septentrionalis
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] sw OR.
'sw OR.' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 09

p. 378
LUINA
DISK FL: generally 11–23; corolla white to cream [yellow], tube > throat; anther base short-tailed, tip narrowly lanceolate; style branches rounded-truncate.
'corolla ± yellow' made 'corolla white to cream [yellow]'
2013 08 08

p. 378
LUINA hypoleuca
FL: 11–15(23); corolla gen 8–10 mm, tube 3–4 mm, throat slightly expanded, lobes 1–2 mm, erect.
'corolla gen 8–10 mm, creamy yellow, tube 3–4 mm' made 'corolla gen 8–10 mm, tube 3–4 mm' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 08

p. 384
MALACOTHRIX saxatilis var. tenuifolia
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Malacothrix saxatilis var. altissima (Greene) Ferris
'saxitalis' made 'saxatilis' [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]
2012 03 27

p. 386
MATRICARIA
2. Tip of fr entire, pappus 0 or crown ± entire; pl (1)10–30(50) cm; peduncle <= 1.5 cm; disturbed places ..... M. discoidea
'pappus crown narrow' made 'pappus 0 or crown ± entire'
2013 03 15

p. 386
MATRICARIA
2. Tip of fruit entire, pappus 0 or crown ± entire; plant (1)10–30(50) cm; peduncle <= 1.5(2.5) cm; disturbed places ..... M. discoidea
'peduncle <= 1.5 cm' made 'peduncle <= 1.5(2.5) cm'
2013 07 31

p. 386
NATIVE
MATRICARIA discoidea
'NATURALIZED' made 'NATIVE' [font in TJM2 changed from that indicating NATURALIZED to that indicating NATIVE]
2013 07 31

p. 386
MATRICARIA discoidea
FR: 3–5-veined, with narrow brown glands extending down to ± bottom of fr; tip truncate; pappus 0 or crown ± entire.
'3–5-veined; tip truncate; pappus a narrow crown, with linear, brown glands extending nearly length of fr.' made '3–5-veined, with narrow brown glands extending down to ± bottom of fr; tip truncate; pappus 0 or crown ± entire.'
2013 03 15

p. 386
MATRICARIA occidentalis
FR: angled, with wide brown glands extending down to ± middle of fr; tip 2-lobed; pappus crown 2-lobed.
'angled; tip and pappus crown 2-lobed, with wide brown gland extending from tip of each lobe to ± middle of fr.' made 'angled, with wide brown glands extending down to ± middle of fr; tip 2-lobed; pappus crown 2-lobed.'
2013 03 15

p. 386
MICROPUS
INFL: heads disciform, ± sessile, 1 or 2–5 per dense group; involucre ± cup-like; phyllaries 4–6, equal, obovate, rounded, << paleae, scarious, persistent; receptacle length 0.5–1.8 × width, depressed or obovoid, glabrous; paleae of pistillate flowers each enclosing flower, deciduous with fruit, ± compressed-obovoid, obtuse, distally bulged out and hood- or helmet-like, generally woolly abaxially, obscurely parallel-veined (veins 5+), margin ± reflexed distally as scarious wing (wing adaxially ± lateral, projected upward or inward, ± visible in head); paleae of disk flowers 0, or 1–3, reduced, erect, ± folded, lanceolate, acute, papery, scarious, glabrous.
'1 or 2–5 perennial herb (dense) group;' made '1 or 2–5 per dense group;' [in eFlora, where "per" had been incorrectly expanded to "perennial herb'; abbreviations retained in TJM2, where "per" means "perennial herb" in some cases, and "per" in others (e.g., in this case, where the number of heads per dense group is intended – also, parentheses around "dense" removed).]
2014 06 18

p. 389
MONOPTILON
RAY FL: (7)12–21; ray white to purple, often dark-veined, esp abaxially.
'12–21' made '(7)12–21
2012 04 16

p. 392
ONOPORDUM
[pertaining to general description] Gen bien, coarse.
'Bien, coarse.' made 'Gen bien, coarse.' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 07 31

p. 392
ONOPORDUM acanthium subsp. acanthium
[pertaining to general description] Bien, per <= 30 dm, ± canescent-tomentose.
'Pl' made 'Bien, per' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora, where "per" expanded to "perennial herb']
2013 07 31

p. 406
PSEUDOGNAPHALIUM microcephalum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SnFrB, SCoRO, SCo, n ChI, WTR, PR;
'WTR,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 11

p. 406
PSEUDOGNAPHALIUM stramineum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, CCo, SnFrB, SCoRO, SCo, ChI, SnBr;
'ChI,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 11

p. 407
PSEUDOGNAPHALIUM thermale
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRO, CaRH, c&s SNF, SNH, SnGb, SnBr, SnJt, PR (Cuyamaca Mtns), SNE;
'KR, NCoRO, CaRH, c&s SNF, SNH, SNE;' made 'KR, NCoRO, CaRH, c&s SNF, SNH, SnGb, SnBr, SnJt, PR (Cuyamaca Mtns), SNE;' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 07 25

p. 410
PYRROCOMA
14' Involucre 5–7 mm diam, phyllaries green-tipped, leathery, ciliate (exc recurved tip), margin translucent ..... var. sessiliflora
'cviliate' made 'ciliate'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 418
SENECIO quadridentatus
[pertaining to synonyms:] Erechtites quadridentatus (Labill.) DC.
'quadridentata' made 'quadridentatus' [in eFlora; abbreviated to 'q.' in TJM2]

2012 04 06

p. 422
SOLIDAGO spectabilis
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Solidago guiradonis A. Gray var. spectabilis D.C. Eaton; Solidago missouriensis Nutt., misappl.
'Solidago confinis var. spectabilis D.C. Eaton' made 'Solidago guiradonis A. Gray var. spectabilis D.C. Eaton' [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]

2012 04 06

p. 426
STEPHANOMERIA exigua
[pertaining to taxon author:] Nutt.
'Nutt' made 'Nutt.' [in TJM2; it was already correct in eFlora]
2013 09 03

p. 427
STYLOCLINE
INFL: heads disciform, ± sessile, 2–10 per dense group; involucre 0 or vestigial, simulated by paleae, or ± cup-like (then phyllaries 1–4, ± unequal, like reduced paleae); receptacle length (2.8)4–8 × width, ± cylindric to club-shaped, glabrous; paleae of pistillate flowers each generally enclosing flower, or outermost open, deciduous with fruit, ± boat-shaped, acute to obtuse, ± woolly abaxially, obscurely parallel-veined (veins 5+), margin reflexed distally or fully as scarious wing, wing terminal, erect to curved inward, visible in head; paleae of disk flowers generally 2–5, reduced, erect, ± folded, lanceolate, acute, papery, scarious, glabrous or cobwebby.
'2–10 perennial herb (dense) group;' made '2–10 per dense group;' [in eFlora, where "per" had been incorrectly expanded to "perennial herb'; abbreviations retained in TJM2, where "per" means "perennial herb" in some cases, and "per" in others (e.g., in this case, where the number of heads per dense group is intended – also, parentheses around "dense" removed).]
2014 06 26

p. 431
SYMPHYOTRICHUM subulatum var. elongatum
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] Baja CA; native to se US, West Indies.
'native to to se US' made ''native to se US' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27

p. 432
SYNTRICHOPAPPUS lemmonii
RAY FL: ray 2–3(4) mm.
'2–3 mm' made '2–3(4) mm'
2012 06 12

p. 448
BETULACEAE
PISTILLATE FL: sepals 0–4; petals 0; stamens 0; pistil 1, ovary inferior or superior, chambers 2, each 1-ovuled by abortion, stigmas 2.
'ovary inferior' made 'ovary inferior or superior'
2012 03 27

p. 448
BETULACEAE
1. Lf base oblique-cordate; frs 1–2 per catkin, not winged, each enclosed in a papery involucre of 2 fused bracts; pistillate calyx present, ovary inferior ..... CORYLUS
'; pistillate calyx present, ovary inferior' added
2012 03 27

p. 448
BETULACEAE
1' Lf base subcordate, rounded, ± truncate, or tapered; frs many per catkin, winged, each subtended but not enclosed by 1 bract; pistillate calyx 0, ovary superior
'; pistillate calyx 0, ovary superior' added
2012 03 27

p. 450
CATALPA speciosa
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n SNF, ScV, PR;
'ScV,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 450
CHILOPSIS linearis (Cav.) Sweet subsp. arcuata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SCo, e TR, e PR, D;
'D, adjacent TR, PR' made 'SCo, e TR, e PR, D' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 450 (superseded by Supplement I)
BORAGINACEAE
LF: basal and/or cauline, generally simple, generally alternate.
'simple or compound' made 'generally simple' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 16

p. 454
AMSINCKIA lycopsoides
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaRF, SNF, GV, CW, SCo, ChI, PR;
'SnFrB, CCo, SCoR' collapsed to 'CW' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 455
ASPERUGO procumbens
LF: ± cauline, opposite at base, alternate above, petioled to sessile above; blades 2–7 cm, oblanceolate to elliptic, scabrous.
'simple, ± cauline' made '± cauline'
2014 04 16

p. 458
CRYPTANTHA
80. Nutlets 1.5–2 mm, tubercle tips not translucent; nutlets 1–4, lance-ovate to ovate ..... C. barbigera var. barbigera
80' Nutlets ± 3 mm, tubercle tips translucent; nutlets 3–4, triangular-ovate ..... C. clokeyi
leads placed in alphabetical order
2012 04 18

p. 462
CRYPTANTHA fendleri
[pertaining to common name:] SAND DUNE CRYPTANTHA
'SANDDUNE' made 'SAND DUNE'
2012 11 14

p. 463
CRYPTANTHA holoptera
LF: 3–6 cm; basal, lower cauline gen few, elliptic to lanceolate, short-petioled, long-lived; upper sessile; short-rough-bulbous-based-bristly, bristles sparse abaxially.
'bristles parse abaxially' made 'bristles sparse abaxially"
2013 02 21 ['bristles parse abaxially' made 'bristles sparse abaxially" in eFlora on 2013 02 21, but the change was not actually made on this page until 2014 04 11]

p. 468
DRAPERIA systyla
LF: cauline, opposite; lower petioled, upper sessile; blade 1–7 cm, ovate, entire.
'simple, cauline' made 'cauline'
2014 04 16

p. 468
DRAPERIA systyla
FR: capsule, 2–3 mm wide, spheric, long-hairy.
'capsule,' added
2013 03 27

p. 468
DRAPERIA systyla
[pertaining to flowering time:] Jun–Jul
'Jun–Jul' made 'May–Oct'
2013 03 27

p. 470
ECHIUM plantagineum
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as a note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 07

p. 470
EMMENANTHE penduliflora
LF: basal and cauline, alternate; lower short-petioled, upper sessile, generally clasping, 1–12 cm, generally < 3 cm wide, toothed to deep-pinnate-lobed.
'simple, basal, cauline' made 'basal and cauline'
2014 04 16

p. 470
EMMENANTHE penduliflora
FL: calyx lobes 4–11 mm, 1–4 mm wide, lanceolate to ovate, glandular; corolla 6–15 mm, bell-shaped, white, yellow, or pink, glandular-hairy, persistent in age, withering, papery, enclosing fr; stamens incl, gen equal, attached ± at same level; ovary chambers appearing 2, style incl, 1–4 mm, lobes 2.
'lanceolate' made 'lanceolate to ovate'; 'persistent, in age' made 'persistent in age'; 'lobes 2, 1–4 mm.' made '1–4 mm, lobes 2.'
2013 03 27

p. 470
EMMENANTHE penduliflora
1. Corolla yellow to cream; fr oblong ..... var. penduliflora
'; fr oblong' added
2013 03 27

p. 470
EMMENANTHE penduliflora
1' Corolla white to pink; fr ovoid ..... var. rosea
'; fr ovoid' added
2013 03 27

p. 470
ERIODICTYON
LF: cauline, alternate.
'simple, cauline' made 'cauline'
2014 04 16

p. 471
ERIODICTYON parryi
LF: dense, sessile; blade 4–30 cm, lanceolate, entire or toothed, margins of upper occasionally rolled under.
'dense, simple, cauline, alternate, sessile' made 'dense, sessile'
2014 04 16

p. 471
ERIODICTYON parryi
[pertaining to note:] Move from Turricula based on molecular data; causes severe contact dermatitis in some people.
'; causes severe contact dermatitis in some people' inserted
2013 07 31

p. 472
EUCRYPTA
LF: 1–3-pinnate-lobed; lower cauline opposite, petioled, upper alternate, upward smaller, sessile, clasping; petioles generally narrow-winged, ciliate.
'simple, 1–3-pinnate-lobed' made '1–3-pinnate-lobed'
2014 04 16

p. 472
EUCRYPTA
FL: calyx < 1/2-fused, bell-shaped, glandular, lobes oblong to ovate to spoon-shaped, ciliate; corolla bell-shaped, gen >= calyx, with or without V-shaped transverse fold between each pair of filaments below throat; stamens incl, equal, equally attached; ovary chamber 1 (or appearing ± 5 from complex, enlarged placenta), ovules on both sides of placenta, style 1, stigmas 2.
'lobes oblong to spoon-shaped' made 'lobes oblong to ovate to spoon-shaped'; 'with V-shaped transverse fold' made 'with or without V-shaped transverse fold'
2013 03 27

p. 472
EUCRYPTA chrysanthemifolia
FL: calyx 2–4 mm, lobes spreading, not enclosing fr; corolla 2–6 mm, V-shaped fold 0, lobes hairy abaxially; style < 3 mm.
', V-shaped fold 0' inserted
2013 03 27

p. 472
EUCRYPTA micrantha
FL: calyx 2–5 mm, lobes erect, enclosing fr, gen black-glandular; corolla 2–4 mm, white or blue-purple, tube yellow, V-shaped fold present; style 1–2 mm.
', V-shaped fold present' inserted
2013 03 27

p. 476
HESPEROCHIRON
LF: in basal rosette, spreading or ascending; blade tapered to petiole, generally entire, generally ciliate.
'simple, in basal rosette' made 'in basal rosette'
2014 04 16

p. 476
HESPEROCHIRON
FL: calyx lobes 2–9 mm, gen unequal, glabrous to hairy, ciliate; corolla scales 0, tube gen dense-hairy inside, throat gen yellow, lobes glabrous to hairy, white or ± blue, gen tinged or marked with lavender or purple; stamens incl, gen unequal, filament base widened; ovary hairy, chamber 1, style 1, stigmas 2, 2–5 mm.
'scales 0,' inserted after 'corolla'
2012 04 06

p. 476
HESPEROCHIRON
FL: calyx lobes 2–9 mm, gen not alike, glabrous to hairy, ciliate; corolla scales 0, tube gen dense-hairy inside, throat gen yellow, lobes glabrous to hairy, white or ± blue, gen tinged or marked with lavender or purple; stamens incl, gen unequal, filament base widened; ovary hairy, chamber 1, style 1, 2–5 mm, stigmas 2.
'gen unequal' made 'gen not alike'; 'stigmas 2, 2–5 mm.' made '2–5 mm, stigmas 2.'
2013 03 27

p. 476
HESPEROCHIRON
FR: capsule, 5–11 mm, ovoid, hairy.
'capsule,' inserted
2013 03 27

p. 476
HESPEROCHIRON californicus
INFL: fls gen > 5 per pl.
'per pl' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 11 04

p. 476
HESPEROCHIRON californicus
[pertaining to flowering time:] May–Jul
'May–Jul' made 'Apr–Jul'
2013 03 27

p. 476
HESPEROCHIRON pumilus
INFL: fls gen1–8 per pl.
'per pl' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 11 04

p. 476
HESPEROCHIRON pumilus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRI, CaRH, SNH, Teh, WTR, GB (exc W&I), n DMoj (Death Valley);
'MP, SNE' collapsed to 'GB' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 480
NAMA
LF: cauline, generally alternate, margin crenate-dentate or generally entire, wavy, flat, or rolled under.
'simple, margin crenate-dentate' made 'margin crenate-dentate'
2014 04 16

p. 480
NAMA
4. Style 1, lobed < 1/2 length
5. Corolla limb > 3.5 mm diam, lobes >= 2 mm wide ..... N. aretioides
6. Style 1–2 mm … var. californica
6' Style 3–7 mm ..... var. multiflora
5' Corolla limb < 3.5 mm diam, lobes < 2 mm wide ..... N. densa
7. Pl gray-canescent, hairs gen spreading, rough; style 0.3–1 mm ..... var. densa
7' Pl green, hairs gen sparse-bristly-strigose; style (0.6)1–2.5 mm ..... var. parviflora
4' Styles 2
key to members of Nama, between and including leads 4. and 4', replaced with the above [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora], in which in addition 'um' terminations made 'a' terminations in plant names
2013 07 31

pp. 480-481
NAMA
'um' terminations made 'a' terminations in all plant names
2013 07 31

p. 481
NEMOPHILA
LF: cauline, lower generally opposite, upper opposite or alternate, generally reduced; petiole generally bristly-ciliate; blade pinnate-toothed or -lobed, generally bristly.
'simple, cauline' made 'cauline'
2014 04 167

p. 484
PECTOCARYA
FL: basal cleistogamous fls gen 0; calyx gen < fr, lobes free, not arched over 1 nutlet, with hooked or straight prickles, in fr ± equal or, if unequal, upper 2 > others; corolla funnel-shaped, white, limb 0.5–2.5 mm diam, appendages white or yellow; style attached to receptacle, unbranched, gen persistent, stigma 1, head-like.
'appendages white' made 'appendages white or yellow'
2012 03 27

p. 485 (superseded by Supplement I)
PHACELIA
[pertaining to etymology:] (Greek: cluster, from dense infl)
[pertaining to toxicity:] Bristly hairs may cause dermatitis.
[pertaining to reference:] Gilbert et al. 2005 Syst Bot 30:627–634
'Bristly hairs may cause dermatitis.', as TOXICITY, moved to proper position
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 490 (superseded by Supplement I)
PHACELIA argentea
[pertaining to common name:] SAND DUNE PHACELIA
'SANDDUNE' made 'SAND DUNE'
2012 11 14

p. 492 (superseded by Supplement I)
PHACELIA campanularia subsp. vasiformis
[pertaining to taxon author:] G. W. Gillett
'G. Gillett' made 'G. W. Gillett'
2012 09 10

p. 492 (superseded by Supplement I)
PHACELIA cicutaria var. hispida
[pertaining to taxon author:] (A. Gray) J.T. Howell
'J.T. Howell' made '(A. Gray) J.T. Howell'
2012 09 10

p. 493 (superseded by Supplement I)
PHACELIA dalesiana
[pertaining to synonyms:] Howellanthus d. (J.T. Howell) Walden & R. Patt.
'Howellanthus d. (J.T. Howell) Walden & R. Patt.' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27

p. 501
PHOLISTOMA
LF: cauline, lower opposite, upper alternate; petioles generally winged, clasping; blade pinnate-lobed, uppermost reduced, short-petioled, generally deltate, 3-lobed, with small, sharp bristles both surfaces.
'simple, cauline' made 'cauline'
2014 04 16

p. 501
PHOLISTOMA
FR: capsule, spheric, stout-bristly-hairy.
'capsule,' inserted
2013 03 27

p. 501
PHOLISTOMA
2. Petiole narrow-winged; style 1–3 mm; seeds 1–2 mm ..... P. racemosum
'; seeds 1–2 mm' inserted
2013 03 27

p. 501
PHOLISTOMA
2' Petiole wide-winged; style 4–8 mm; seeds 2–3 mm ..... P. auritum
'; seeds 2–3 mm' inserted
2013 03 27

p. 502
PLAGIOBOTHRYS
LF: simple, cauline or basal and cauline, 0.5–10 cm, generally smaller tipward, linear to oblanceolate.
'simple, cauline or basal and cauline' made 'cauline or basal and cauline'
2014 04 16

p. 503
PLAGIOBOTHRYS
28. Nutlet abaxially with large prickles, barb-tipped or not, or rarely ± without
'rarely ± 0' made 'rarely ± without'
2014 07 14

p. 503
PLAGIOBOTHRYS
30. Nutlet shiny; prickles (0)few, on ridges abaxially ..... P. austiniae
'prickles few' made 'prickles (0)few'
2014 07 14

p. 504
PLAGIOBOTHRYS acanthocarpus
FR: nutlet 1–1.8 mm, ovate, dull to shiny; abaxial cross-ribs prominent, irregular-net-like, prickles (0)few–many, slender, barb-tipped, ± in columns, 0 adaxially; scar near base, ± triangular, 25–60% fruit length, deep-concave.
'prickles few–many' made 'prickles (0)few–many'
2014 07 14

p. 504
PLAGIOBOTHRYS austiniae
FR: nutlet 2–3 mm, ovate, acuminate, ± granular, shiny; abaxial ridge, lateral ridges prominent, cross-ribs 0 to obscure, prickles (0 or) on ridges, few, stout, barb-tipped, ± 0 adaxially; scar near base, ± triangular, deep-concave.
'prickles on ridges, few' made 'prickles (0 or) on ridges, few'
2014 07 14

p. 506
PLAGIOBOTHRYS kingii var. harknessii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c SNH, GB;
'MP, SNE' collapsed to 'GB' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 509
ROMANZOFFIA
[pertaining to general description] Per [ann], ± scapose, base bulb-like or from tubers [taproot]; herbage ± glabrous to gen sparse-soft-hairy.
'Ann, per' made 'Per [ann]'; 'or from tubers' made 'or from tubers [taproot]'
2013 03 27

p. 509
ROMANZOFFIA
LF: simple; basal long-petioled, reniform to round, shallow-lobed or toothed; cauline few, reduced, alternate [gen opposite].
'alternate' made 'alternate [gen opposite]'
2013 03 27

p. 509
ROMANZOFFIA
LF: basal long-petioled, reniform to round, shallow-lobed or toothed; cauline few, reduced, alternate [gen opposite].
'simple; basal long-petioled' made 'basal long-petioled'
2014 04 16

p. 509
ROMANZOFFIA
FR: capsule, oblong to ovoid to obovoid.
'oblong to ovoid' made 'oblong to ovoid to obovoid'
2013 03 27

p. 509
ROMANZOFFIA californica
[pertaining to general description] Pl 10–40 cm; tubers clustered, ovoid, green to brown, tomentose.
'brown' made 'green to brown'
2013 03 27

p. 509
ROMANZOFFIA californica
FL: calyx lobes 2–5 mm, lance-linear, gen acute, occ glabrous, glandular or not; corolla 5–12 mm; ovary sparse-soft-hairy, glandular; style 4–7 mm.
'glabrous' made 'occ glabrous'
2013 03 27

p. 509
ROMANZOFFIA tracyi
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] to BC.
'WA' made 'BC' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 03 27

p. 510
TRICARDIA watsonii
LF: gen in basal rosette, petioled, 2–9 cm, 5–25 mm wide; cauline alternate, lower short-petioled, upper sessile, 6–20 mm, 3–15 mm wide, entire.
'simple, gen in basal rosette' made 'gen in basal rosette' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 16

p. 510
TRICARDIA watsonii
FL: calyx lobes 5, unequal, not alike, enlarged in fr, outer 3 cordate, 5–9 mm, 9–25 mm in fr, scarious, veiny, green to ± purple, inner 2 ± 4 mm, linear; corolla 4–8 mm, bell-shaped to rotate, white to cream, gen marked lavender; stamens incl, unequal, equally attached; ovary chamber appearing 1, style 1, 3–4 mm, tip 2-lobed.
', not alike, enlarged in fr' inserted; '9–25 mm in fr, wide, scarious' made '9–25 mm in fr, scarious'; 'linear, enlarged in fr;' made 'linear;'
2013 03 27

p. 510
TRICARDIA watsonii
FR: capsule, 7–9 mm, glabrous.
'capsule,' inserted
2013 03 27

p. 535
CARDAMINE hirsuta
[pertaining to elevation:] < 800 m.
'600–800 m' made '< 800 m'
2014 06 10

p. 535 [location or approximate location where treatment would appear in TJM2 were it not unabridged and therefore only in eFlora]
WAIF
CARRICHTERA annua
[pertaining to elevation:] < 100 m.
ELEVATION added [to eFlora, waifs not fully treated in TJM2]
2014 06 10

p. 535 [location or approximate location where treatment would appear in TJM2 were it not unabridged and therefore only in eFlora]
WAIF
CARRICHTERA annua
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CCo, SCo;
',SCo' added [to eFlora, waifs not fully treated in TJM2]
2014 06 10

p. 536
CAULANTHUS californicus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SnJV, WTR, formerly widespread in CA.
's SnJV, WTR, formerly widespread in CA.' made 's SnJV, WTR.' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 05 16

p. 536
CAULANTHUS californicus
[pertaining to note:] Formerly more widespread in s San Joaquin Valley.
NOTE added
2014 05 16

p. 542
DESCURAINIA nelsonii
RARITY STATUS:
'SYMBOL 1' deleted [meaning that a star symbol was removed from TJM2, while '{CNPS list}' was removed from the eFlora]
2013 10 03

p. 542
DESCURAINIA pinnata
[pertaining to note:] Descurainia pinnata subsp. halictorum (Cockerell) Detling, Descurainia pinnata subsp. intermedia (Rydb.) Detling, Descurainia pinnata subsp. menziesii (DC.) Detling represent a heterogeneous mixture of intermediates within Descurainia pinnata and its hybrids with other species.
'species' made 'species.' [in eFlora; 'Descurainia pinnata' not included with above subspp. names in TJM2]
2013 07 31

p. 548
ERYSIMUM concinnum
RARITY STATUS: SYMBOL 1
'SYMBOL 1' added [meaning that a star symbol was added to TJM2, while '{CNPS list}' was added to the eFlora]
2014 05 14

p. 552
LEPIDIUM
17' Pl puberulent or glabrous; mid-cauline lvs entire to serrate, dentate, lobed, or divided
'mid-cauline lvs entire or dentate to serrate' made 'mid-cauline lvs entire to serrate, dentate, lobed, or divided'
2013 01 09

p. 553
LEPIDIUM campestre
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as a note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 07

p. 556
LEPIDIUM virginicum
LF: not rosetted, early-deciduous, (1)2.5–10(15) cm, obovate or spoon-shaped to oblanceolate, pinnately lobed to dentate; mid-cauline short-petioled, 1–6 cm, oblanceolate or linear, entire to serrate, lobed, or divided, base tapered, not lobed.
'entire to serrate' made 'entire to serrate, lobed, or divided'
2013 01 09

p. 558
NOCCAEA fendleri subsp. glauca
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Thlaspi alpestre L. var. glaucum A. Nelson; Noccaea glauca (A. Nelson) Holub; Thlaspi fendleri var. glaucum (A. Nelson) C.L. Hitchc.
'Thlaspi fendleri var. glauca' made 'Thlaspi fendleri var. glaucum' [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]
2014 04 15 [on 2014 04 15, page number corrected, from p. 576 in original listing (which was posted on 2013 03 28)]

p. 558
PHYSARIA cordiformis
[pertaining to ecology:] Steep hillsides, dry sandy, gravelly soils, juniper and sagebrush areas, rocky ridges, Bristlecone-pine forest;
', Bristlecone-pine forest' added
2014 01 15

p. 558
PHYSARIA cordiformis
[pertaining to elevation:] 3200–3660 m.
'1500–2500' made '3200–3660'
2014 01 15

p. 558
PHYSARIA cordiformis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] W&I;
'n DMtns (Clark, Grapevine mtns)' made 'W&I' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 01 15

p. 558
PHYSARIA cordiformis
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] NV.
'to OR, ID, UT, AZ' made 'NV' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 01 15

p. 561
RAPISTRUM
[pertaining to general description] Ann [per]; hairs simple [or 0].
'[Ann] per' made 'Ann [per]' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora, where "per" expanded to "perennial herb']
2014 07 23

p. 561
RAPISTRUM rugosum
[pertaining to general description] Pl erect; hairs stiff.
'Ann, erect' made 'Pl erect' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 23

p. 561
RAPHANUS sativus
FR: fusiform or lanceolate, occ ovoid; proximal segment 1–3.5 mm; terminal segment (1)3–15(25) cm, (5)7–13(15) mm wide, corky; pedicel spreading to ascending, 0.5–4 cm.
SEED: 2.5–4 mm, spheric to ovoid.
'(0.5)0.7–1.3(1.5) cm, corky' made '(5)7–13(15) mm wide, corky'

2012 04 06

p. 562
PLANODES
[pertaining to species in genus:] 2 spp.: N. Am.
'1 sp.' made '2 spp.'
2014 07 25

p. 562
PLANODES virginica
'virginicum' made 'virginica'
2014 07 25

p. 569
STREPTANTHUS bernardinus
[pertaining to unabridged note:] Restricted in Baja California to Sierra Juarez and Sierra San Pedro Martir.
'Restricted in the United States to San Bernardino and San Diego cos., and in Baja California to Sierra Juarez and Sierra San Pedro Martir.' made 'Restricted in Baja California to Sierra Juarez and Sierra San Pedro Martir.' [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2014 02 05

p. 570
STREPTANTHUS glandulosus subsp. hoffmanii
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Streptanthus glandulosus var. hoffmanii Kruckeb.
'hoffmannii' made 'hoffmanii' [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]
2013 03 28

p. 558
NOCCAEA fendleri subsp. glauca
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Thlaspi alpestre L. var. glaucum A. Nelson; Noccaea glauca (A. Nelson) Holub; Thlaspi fendleri var. glaucum (A. Nelson) C.L. Hitchc.
'Thlaspi fendleri var. glauca' made 'Thlaspi fendleri var. glaucum' [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]
2013 03 28

p. 576 (superseded by Supplement I)
THYSANOCARPUS
[pertaining to note:] Revised taxonomy, too late for full treatment here, incl Thysanocarpus desertorum A. Heller [Thysanocarpus laciniatus var. hitchcockii], Thysanocarpus rigidus (Munz) P.J. Alexander & Windham [Thysanocarpus laciniatus var. rigidus], 5 subspp. of Thysanocarpus curvipes (Alexander et al. 2010 Syst Bot 35:559–577).
'Heller' made 'A. Heller'
2012 05 09

p. 576 (superseded by Supplement I)
THYSANOCARPUS curvipes
[pertaining to unabridged note:]
UNABRIDGED NOTE deleted [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 03 27

p. 578
CACTACEAE
FL: gen 1 per areole, bisexual [unisexual], sessile, radial [bilateral]; perianth parts gen many [5], scale-like to petal-like; stamens many; ovary inferior [superior], style 1, stigma lobes gen several [3].
'stigma lobes gen several [3]' made 'stigma lobes gen several [many]'
2012 03 27

p. 584
MAMMILLARIA dioica
[pertaining to general description] Pl with fls gen either all bisexual or all pistillate.
'gen' inserted
2012 03 27

p. 586
OPUNTIA phaeacantha
[pertaining to unabridged note:] According to David J. Keil (pers. comm.), on dunes of sw San Luis Obispo and nw Santa Barbara cos. (s CCo).
UNABRIDGED NOTE added [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 03 27

p. 595
NEMACLADUS
[pertaining to general description] Ann, from taproot.
semicolon after 'Ann' made comma
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 595
NEMACLADUS
18' Anthers 0.1–0.3 mm, filaments 0.7–2 mm; bracts 2–9 mm, erect or appressed; corolla white or ± pink; fr bulging near base or not, tip acute
'near base or base' made 'near base or not'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 596
NEMACLADUS interior
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SNF, SNH, Teh, SnJV, SnBr.
'n&c SNF' made 'SNF' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 28

p. 596
NEMACLADUS orientalis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SCoRI, SnGb, n SnBr, SNE, D;
'n SnBr,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 28

p. 608
EREMOGONE congesta var. crassula
RARITY STATUS:
'SYMBOL 1' deleted [meaning that a star symbol was removed from TJM2, while '{CNPS list}' was removed from the eFlora]
2013 09 26

p. 608
EREMOGONE ursina
[pertaining to common name:] BEAR VALLEY SANDWORT
'BIG' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 620
SILENE bolanderi
[pertaining to ecology:] Serpentine and non-serpentine soils, oak, conifer woodland;
'Non-serpentine soils' made 'Serpentine and non-serpentine soils'
2014 07 16

p. 620
SILENE coniflora
[pertaining to unabridged note:] Rautenberg et al. (Syst. Bot. 37:226–237. 2012) reported morphological and molecular data that they think show that Silene multinervia is "clearly not synonymous" with Silene coniflora.
UNABRIDGED NOTE added [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 03 27

p. 625
STELLARIA
ST: 4-angled or round.
'or round' added.
2012 03 27

p. 626
STELLARIA longifolia
LF: ± evenly spaced; blade 15–35 mm, linear to lance-linear; margin papillate, flat, dull, ciliate near base or not.
'15—35 cm' made '15–35 mm'
2014 07 28

p. 626
STELLARIA longipes subsp. longipes
LF: ± evenly spaced; blade 10–40 mm, linear to lance-linear; margin not papillate, flat, shiny, sometimes ciliate near base.
10–40 cm' made '10–40 mm'
2014 07 28

p. 628
MORTONIA utahensis
[pertaining to elevation:] 350–2100 m.
'750' made '350'
2014 04 16 [on 2014 04 16, rounded to nearest 10 m (in conformance with JFP editorial policy), to 350 from 351 in original listing (which was posted on 2013 10 04)]

p. 628
MORTONIA utahensis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n DMoj;
'n DMtns' made 'n DMoj' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 629 (superseded by Supplement I)
CHENOPODIACEAE
[pertaining to general description] Ann to shrub; hairs simple, stellate or glandular; pls scaly, mealy, or powdery from collapsed glands; gen monoecious.
'pls gen scaly or powdery from collapsed inflated salt gland cells' made 'pls gen scaly, mealy, or powdery from collapsed glands'
2012 03 27

p. 629 (superseded by Supplement I)
CHENOPODIACEAE
[pertaining to genera in family:] 100 genera, 1500 spp.: worldwide, esp deserts, saline or alkaline soils; some cult for food (Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris, beet, Swiss chard; Spinacia oleracea L., spinach; Chenopodium quinoa Willd., quinoa); and some worldwide, naturalized ruderal or noxious agricultural weeds.
'Beta vulgaris, beet' made 'Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris, beet, Swiss chard'; 'Spinacia oleraceae L., spinach, Swiss chard' made 'Spinacea oleraceae L., spinach'
2012 03 27

p. 629 (superseded by Supplement I)
CHENOPODIACEAE
5' Lvs thread-like to ± cylindric, acute; bracts awl-like to ovate, gen spine-tipped; calyx in fr abaxially gen tubercled to winged ..... SALSOLA
'bracts wide-lanceolate, spine-tipped' made 'bracts awl-like to ovate, gen spine-tipped'
2012 03 27

p. 629 (superseded by Supplement I)
CHENOPODIACEAE
9' Pistillate, bisexual fls gen with calyx (sometimes 0 if pistillate in Monolepis), not enclosed by 2 bracts
'not enclosed by 2 bracts.' made 'not enclosed by 2 bracts'
2012 05 15

p. 629 (superseded by Supplement I)
CHENOPODIACEAE
10. Pl gen with glands that collapse and become mealy or scaly; fr bracts variously shaped, gen thickened, tubercled and appendaged or not ..... ATRIPLEX
'spheric hairs' made 'glands'
2012 03 27

p. 633 (superseded by Supplement I)
ATRIPLEX covillei
[pertaining to synonyms:] Atriplex phyllostegia (Torr. ex S. Watson) S. Watson sensu TJM (1993), in part
'Atriplex phyllostegia (Torr. ex S. Watson) S. Watson' made 'Atriplex phyllostegia (Torr. ex S. Watson) S. Watson sensu TJM (1993), in part' [in TJM2; also done in eFlora, but under Stutzia covillei in a revised treatment]
2013 07 31 [replaces change made on 2012 06 15]

p. 633 (superseded by Supplement I)
ATRIPLEX depressa
LF: gen opposite, blade 2.5–8(10) mm, ovate to cordate, gen densely white-scaly, tip acute.
'tip acute;' made 'tip acute.'
2012 05 15

p. 639
CHENOPODIUM
10. Fls 1 or in cymes, arranged in axillary and terminal panicles or branched spikes; lf blade glabrous to ± powdery abaxially ..... C. simplex
'C. simplex' added
2012 03 27

p. 639
CHENOPODIUM
15. Lf powdery in youth, esp abaxially, or gen glabrous; fr wall scale-like at 20×; seed margin sharply angled ..... C. murale
'glabrous' made 'powdery in youth, esp abaxially, or gen glabrous'
2012 03 27

p. 641
CHENOPODIUM murale
LF: 0.8–4 cm, deltate or ± diamond-shaped to ovate, toothed, dark green, powdery in youth, esp abaxially, or gen glabrous, shiny, base wedge-shaped.
'glabrous' made 'powdery in youth, esp abaxially, or gen glabrous'
2012 03 27

p. 645
MONOLEPIS
LF: gen reduced distally on st, ± lanceolate to oblanceolate or spoon-shaped, entire or not, tip obtuse to rounded.
'gen entire' made 'entire or not' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 31

p. 645
MONOLEPIS
1. Proximal lvs with >= 2 teeth near base, hastate or not, distal ± entire; fr 1.1–1.5 mm, wall minutely pitted, adherent to seed ..... M. nuttalliana
'Proximal lvs 2-toothed to hastate near base' made 'Proximal lvs with >= 2 teeth near base, hastate or not, distal ± entire' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 31

p. 645
MONOLEPIS nuttalliana
LF: 10–30(40) mm, ± lanceolate, fleshy, proximal with >= 2 teeth near base, hastate or not, distal ± entire.
'proximal 2-toothed to hastate near base, distal lvs ± entire' made 'proximal with >= 2 teeth near base, hastate or not, distal ± entire' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 31

p. 649
CISTACEAE (superseded by Supplement I)
2. Per or subshrub (sometimes fl in first year); basal lvs 0, cauline gen alternate; style < 2 mm ..... CROCANTHEMUM
2' Ann; basal lvs in rosette, often withering early, proximal cauline gen opposite, distal 0–few, alternate; style 0 ..... TUBERARIA
couplet 2 in key to genera of Cistaceae replaced with the above [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora, where "per" expanded to "perennial herb']
2013 07 31

p. 650
HELIANTHEMUM (superseded by Supplement I)
[pertaining to note:] CA spp. esp abundant after fire, here retained in Helianthemum (polyphyletic) in lieu of combination in Crocanthemum (or Hudsonia) for Helianthemum greenei.
'Husonia' made 'Hudsonia'
2012 10 09

p. 650
TUBERARIA
LF: basal in rosette, often withering early; proximal cauline gen opposite, distal 0–few, alternate; petioled or not; stipuled or not.
'cauline gen opposite' made 'proximal cauline gen opposite, distal 0–few, alternate' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 07 31

p. 654
CONVOLVULACEAE
5. Stigma lobes oblong, tips obtuse; calyx 7–25 mm; corolla 20–75 mm ..... CALYSTEGIA
'Stigma lobes oblong, not flat, tip obtuse;' made 'Stigma lobes oblong, tips obtuse;'
2012 12 11

p. 654
CONVOLVULACEAE
5' Stigma lobes linear to narrowly spoon-shaped, tips acute; calyx 3–10 mm; corolla <= 40 mm ..... CONVOLVULUS
'Stigma lobes linear to narrowly spoon-shaped, ± flat, tip acute;' made 'Stigma lobes linear to narrowly spoon-shaped, tips acute;'
2012 12 11

p. 655
CALYSTEGIA
FL: gen showy; corolla glabrous, white or yellow to pink or purple; ovary chamber 1, style 1, stigma lobes 2, oblong, tips obtuse.
'stigma lobes 2, oblong, swollen.' made 'stigma lobes 2, oblong, tips obtuse.'
2012 12 11

p. 656
CALYSTEGIA macrostegia subsp. arida
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SnGb, SnBr, n PR (incl SnJt).
'n PR' made 'n PR (incl SnJt)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 25

p. 656
CALYSTEGIA macrostegia subsp. intermedia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SCo, s ChI, s WTR, SnGb, n PR (incl SnJt).
'n PR' made 'n PR (incl SnJt)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 25

p. 659
CONVOLVULUS
FL: gen showy; corolla gen funnel-shaped, pleated, 5-angled or -lobed; stamens incl; ovary chambers 2, septa complete, stigma lobes 2, linear to narrowly spoon-shaped, tips acute.
'stigma lobes 2, linear to narrowly spoon-shaped, ± flat.' made 'stigma lobes 2, linear to narrowly spoon-shaped, tips acute.'
2012 12 11

p. 662
NATURALIZED
CUSCUTA suaveolens
'NATIVE' made 'NATURALIZED' [font in TJM2 changed from that indicating NATIVE to that indicating NATURALIZED]
2013 11 15

p. 662
CUSCUTA veatchii
RARITY STATUS:
'SYMBOL 1' deleted [meaning that a star symbol was removed from TJM2, while '{CNPS list}' was removed from the eFlora]
2013 10 03

p. 662
CUSCUTA veatchii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] DSon (San Diego Co.; extirpated);
'extirpated, San Diego Co.' made 'San Diego Co.; extirpated'
2013 10 03

p. 664
DICHONDRA occidentalis
[pertaining to general description] Plant hairs dense exc on lvs, soft, white to pale brown.
'exc on lvs' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 08

p. 664
CORNUS sericea subsp. sericea
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CA-FP, GB (uncommon s CA).
'W&I' made 'GB' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 666
DUDLEYA
[pertaining to common name:] DUDLEYA, LIVEFOREVER
common names alphabetized
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 667
DUDLEYA
6' Leaves generally > 15, glaucous or ± so; n ChI (Santa Rosa Island) ..... subsp. insularis
'insularis (2)' made 'insularis'
2013 07 31

p. 667
DUDLEYA
13' Leaves ± wide-elliptic in ×-section in upper 1/2, 20–50, 6–25 cm, 10–32 mm wide; peduncle 6–70 cm, erect ..... subsp. insularis
'insularis (2)' made 'insularis'
2013 07 31

p. 673
DUDLEYA virens
LF: evergreen, 3–25 cm, 15–30 mm wide, oblong, 4–6 mm thick, in ×-section ± elliptic or in upper 1/2 round, glaucous or not, ± fragrant or not.
'8–20 cm' made '3–25 cm'
2013 10 21

p. 673
DUDLEYA virens subsp. hassei
LF: 15–30, outer ascending to erect, 3–10(15) cm, 5–10(15) mm wide, 2–4 mm thick, ± round in ×-section in upper 1/2, linear-oblong to -lanceolate, base 8–15 mm wide, generally glaucous.
'15–30, 3–10(15) cm, outer ascending to erect, 5–10(15) mm wide,' made '15–30, outer ascending to erect, 3–10(15) cm, 5–10(15) mm wide,'
2013 10 21

p. 673
SEDELLA
[pertaining to species in genus:] 3 spp.: CA.
'4' made '3' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 11

p. 680
CUCURBITA pepo var. pepo
[pertaining to unabridged note:] Cucurbita pepo widely cult; Cucurbita argyrosperma Huber (cult squash), Cucurbita ficifolia Bouché (chilacayote), Cucurbita moschata Duchesne (chicamita), Cucurbita pepo var. medullosa Alef. (calabaza corriente) often escape cult but are not naturalized in CA Cultivars may be derived from ancient widespread distribution of wild populations incl Cucurbita pepo subsp. fraterna (L.H. Bailey) Lira et al., a native of c Mex (Decker-Walters 2002 Syst Bot 27:19–28). There are Consortium records that, if verified, would voucher elevations up to 600 m. The following (and possibly other) accessions, if verified, would represent range extensions (as indicated): UCR95500 (PR).
'calabasa corriente' made 'calabaza corriente' [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 10 24

p. 681
DIPSACUS fullonum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, NCoRO, c&s SNF, CCo, SnFrB;
'NCoRO,', 'CCo' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 30

p. 681
DIPSACUS sativus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, NCoRO, CW, PR;
'CCo, SnFrB, SCoR' collapsed to 'CW' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 681
SCABIOSA atropurpurea
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoRO, NCoRI, CCo, SnFrB, SCoRO, SnBr, PR;
'NCoRO, NCoRI,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 30

p. 685
ERICACEAE
FL: generally bisexual, generally radial, bell-shaped, cylindric, or urn-shaped; sepals generally (0)4–5, generally free; petals generally (0)4–5, free or fused; stamens (2–5)8–10, free, filaments rarely appendaged, anthers awned or not, dehiscing by pores or slits; nectary generally present at ovary base, generally disk-like; ovary superior or inferior, chambers generally 1–5, placentas axile or parietal, ovules 1–many per chamber, style 1, stigma head- to funnel-like or lobed.
'stamens 8–10, free' made 'stamens (2–5)8–10, free'
2013 07 31

p. 685
ERICACEAE
FL: generally bisexual, generally radial, bell-shaped, cylindric, or urn-shaped; sepals generally (0)4–5, generally free; petals generally (0)4–5, free or fused; stamens (2–5)8–10, free, filaments rarely appendaged, anthers dehiscing by pores or slits, awns 0 or 2(4), seemingly abaxial, reduced or elongate, generally curved; nectary generally present at ovary base, generally disk-like; ovary superior or inferior, chambers generally 1–5, placentas axile or parietal, ovules 1–many per chamber, style 1, stigma head- to funnel-like or lobed.
'anthers awned or not, dehiscing by pores or slits;' made 'anthers dehiscing by pores or slits, awns 0 or 2(4), seemingly abaxial, reduced or elongate, generally curved;'
2013 11 07

p. 686
ARBUTUS menziesii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaR, n SNF, n&c SNH, ScV, CW, n ChI (Santa Cruz Island), WTR, SnGb, PR;
'CaRH' made 'CaR', 'n SNF,', 'ScV,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 686
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS
FL: radial; sepals 5(4), free, persistent; corolla conic to urn-shaped, lobes in number = sepals, short, rounded, curved back, white to pink; stamens 2 × number of sepals, included, filaments swollen, generally hairy at base, anthers dark red, awns elongate; ovary on disk, 4–10-chambered, ovule 1 per chamber.
'with 2 curved back dorsal awns;' made 'awns elongate'
2013 11 07

p. 686
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS
FL: radial; sepals 5(4), free, persistent; corolla conic to urn-shaped, lobes in number = sepals, short, rounded, curved back, white to pink; stamens 2 × number of sepals, included, filaments swollen, generally hairy at base, anthers dark red, awns elongate; ovary superior, on disk, 4–10-chambered, ovule 1 per chamber.
'ovary on disk,' made 'ovary superior, on disk,'
2014 04 11

p. 687
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS
2' Leaves with stomata on both surfaces, occasionally fewer adaxially, surfaces generally the same in color and/or hairiness (except Arctostaphylos pacifica)
'Artostaphylos' made 'Arctostaphylos'
2014 02 24

p. 687
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS
7' Pl erect; burls at base of main st; fr depressed-spheric; lf blades oblong-ovate to lance-oblong; NCoRI, CW, n ChI..... A. crustacea
'CCo, SnFrB, SCoRO, n ChI' made 'NCoRI, CW, n ChI' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 05 16 [on 2014 05 16, 's CCo/SCoRO (nw Santa Barbara Co.),' deleted from this entry and the eFlora; on 2012 03 27, it was mistakenly included in original listing of this entry and the eFlora, but should not have been because it is included in CW]

p. 687
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS
26' Lvs green, yellow-, or gray-green; KR, NCoR, SnFrB, SCoR, SCo (San Diego Co.), TR, PR
deleted 's' from 's SCoR'
2012 03 27

pp. 687-690
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS
Couplets 6, 15, 25, 35, 39, 42, 52, 56, 60, 65, & 93 put in alphabetical order.
Lead 17., with 4 taxa, reversed with 17', with only one taxon (even though the change puts the leads out of alphabetical order)
Lead 18., with 2 taxa, reversed with 18', with only one taxon (even though the change puts the leads out of alphabetical order)
2012 03 27

p. 688
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS
33' Pl prostrate to erect; lf blade 1–2.2 cm, 0.8–1.8 cm wide, round to round-ovate; coastal prairie, maritime chaparral, closed-cone forest; c NCo/NCoRO (Mendocino Co.)..... subsp. nummularia
'c&s NCoRO' made 'c NCo/NCoRO (Mendocino Co.)'
2012 03 27

p. 688
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS
51' Twig sparsely short-nonglandular-hairy; old sts ± red, without ± gray or ± glaucous patches; n CCo, s SnFrB (s Santa Cruz Mtns), SCoR, SnBr, PR, e DMtns
's SnFrB (s Santa Cruz Mtns)' added
2012 03 27

p. 691
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS crustacea subsp. crinita
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CCo (Fort Ord, Mount Toro), sw SnFrB (Santa Cruz Mtns).
'CCo (Fort Ord, Mount Toro)' moved ahead of 'sw SnFrB (Santa Cruz Mtns)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27

p. 692
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS crustacea subsp. rosei
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CCo (Lake Merced, San Francisco Co.; Santa Lucia Range, Monterey Co.).
'Mtns' made 'Range'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 692
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS franciscana
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n CCo (San Francisco).
'c CCo' made 'n CCo' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27

p. 696
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS parryana subsp. desertica
[pertaining to elevation:] 1200–2300 m.
'1600' made '2300'
2012 09 13

p. 696
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS parryana subsp. tumescens
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SnGb, SnBr.
'SnGb' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 09 13

p. 699
ARCTOSTAPHYLOS silvicola
[pertaining to general description] Erect, 1–3(5) m.
'(5)' added
2012 03 27

p. 700
CHIMAPHILA menziesii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoR, CaRH, n SNF, SNH, SCoRO, SnGb, SnBr, PR, MP;
'n SNF,', 'MP' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 02

p. 700
CHIMAPHILA umbellata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoR, CaRH, SN, SnBr, SnJt, MP;
'KR,', 'CaRH,', ', MP' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 02

p. 702
GAULTHERIA
FL: sepals generally 5, fused; petals 5, fused, cylindric, urn-, or bell-shaped, white to red; stamens (5,8)10, anthers dehiscing by 2 short, slit-like to rounded pores, awns (0,2)4, sometimes reduced; ovary superior or 1/2-inferior, chambers (4)5, placentas axile, at top.
'awns (1)2 pairs, sometimes reduced or 0;' made 'awns (0,2)4, sometimes reduced;'
2013 11 07

p. 702
GAULTHERIA ovatifolia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRO, n NCoRH, CaRH, n SNH;
'NCoRO,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 702
HEMITOMES congestum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, NCoRO, CaRH, n&s SNH, CCo, SnFrB, SCoRO;
'CCo,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 702
KALMIA polifolia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRO, CaRH, SNH, Wrn;
'NCoRO,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 703
MENZIESIA ferruginea
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, NCoRO;
'NCoRO,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 703
MONOTROPA hypopitys
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW (exc NCoRI), CaRH;
', CaRH' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 703
MONOTROPA uniflora
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, NCoRO;
',NCoRO' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 704
ORTHILIA secunda
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRH, NCoRO, s CaRH, SNH, SnBr, SnJt, MP, SNE (exc W&I);
'NCoRO,', 'SNE (exc W&I)' added, 'Wrn' made 'MP' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 02

p. 704
PTEROSPORA andromedea
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRH, CaR, SNH, Teh, TR, PR, MP, SNE (exc W&I);
'CaRH' made 'CaR', 'SnJt' made 'PR', 'Wrn' made 'MP', 'SNE (exc W&I)' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 706
PYROLA
4' Leaf ± 0 or generally 4–10 cm, ovate to elliptic, veins white-bordered, or oblanceolate, veins not white-bordered; petals ± green, cream-white, or pink; sepals generally >> 2 mm, ovate, acute; NW, CaR, SN, CCo, SnFrB, SCoRO, TR, PR, MP ..... P. picta
'CCo,' added, 'Wrn' made 'MP' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 02

p. 706
PYROLA asarifolia subsp. asarifolia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, CaRH, SNH, TR, MP, SNE (exc W&I);
'SnBr' made 'TR,' 'SNE (exc W&I)' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 02

p. 706
PYROLA asarifolia subsp. bracteata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, NCoRO, NCoRH, n SNH;
'NCoRH' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 02

p. 706
PYROLA minor
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, SNH, SnBr, SnJt, Wrn, SNE (exc W&I);
'c&s SNH' made 'SNH', 'SNE (exc W&I)' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 02

p. 706
PYROLA minor
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] circumboreal, to AK, e N.Am, also Eurasia.
'N.Am; Eurasia' made 'N.Am, also Eurasia' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 02

p. 706
PYROLA picta
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaR, SN, CCo, SnFrB, SCoRO, TR, PR, MP;
'CCo,' added, 'Wrn' made 'MP' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 02

p. 708
RHODODENDRON columbianum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, s NCoRO, CaRH, s SNF, SNH, CCo, SnFrB, n SCoRI, Wrn, SNE;
's SNF,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 708
RHODODENDRON macrophyllum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, NCoRO, CCo, SnFrB;
'NCoRO,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 708
RHODODENDRON occidentale
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW (exc NCoRH), CaRH, n SNF, SNH, GV, CCo, SnFrB, n SCoRI, PR;
'n SNF,' 'GV,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 708
SARCODES sanguinea
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRO, NCoRH, CaRH, SNH, SCoRO, TR, PR, MP;
',SCoRO,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 708
VACCINIUM
[pertaining to etymology:] (Latin: for Vaccinium myrtillus L.)
'Vacinnium' made 'Vaccinium'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 709
VACCINIUM ovatum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, NCoRO, NCoRI, CW, n ChI (Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa islands), WTR, PR (uncommon);
'NCoRI,' added, 'CCo, SnFrB' made 'CW' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 14

p. 709
VACCINIUM scoparium
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRO, CaRH;
'NCoRO, CaRH' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 709
VACCINIUM uliginosum L. subsp. occidentale
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, NCoRH, CaR, SNH;
'NCoRH,' added, 'CaRH' made 'CaR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 709
XYLOCOCCUS bicolor
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SCo, s ChI (Santa Catalina Island), PR (exc SnJt);
', PR (exc SnJt)' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 710
CHAMAESYCE (superseded by Supplement I)
INFL: fl-like, gen 1 per node; involucre ± bell-shaped, bracts 5, fused; glands gen 4, distal appendages gen colorful, petal-like; fls central.
'glands 4' made 'glands gen 4'
2013 01 30

p. 714
CROTON
1. Ann; monoecious; ovary 1-chambered, style 1, simple ..... C. setiger
'setigerus' made 'setiger'
2012 04 11

p. 714
CROTON setiger
'setigerus' made 'setiger'
2012 04 11

p. 714
CROTON setiger
[pertaining to synonyms:] Eremocarpus setiger (Hook.) Benth.
'setigerus' made 'setiger' [in eFlora; abbreviated to 's' in TJM2]
2013 10 31

p. 715
DITAXIS neomexicana
[pertaining to elevation:] < 1000 m.
'300' made '1000'
2013 01 14

p. 716 (superseded by Supplement I)
EUPHORBIA eriantha
[pertaining to elevation:] < 1000 m.
'100' made '1000'
2013 04 04

p. 718
STILLINGIA
2. Spikes exceeding lvs, open in proximal 1/3, pistillate fls well separated; base of lf blade entire; seeds ± 2 mm ..... S. linearifolia
'Spikes not projecting above lvs' made 'Spikes exceeding lvs' in eFlora; for second printing, 'projecting above' retained, incorrectly
2012 03 27

p. 718
STILLINGIA
2' Spikes not exceeding lvs, dense in proximal 1/3, pistillate fls crowded; base of lf blade few-toothed; seeds 2.5–3 mm ..... S. paucidentata
'Spikes projecting above lvs' made 'Spikes not exceeding lvs' in eFlora; for second printing, 'projecting above' retained, incorrectly
2012 03 27

p. 721
Group 3: Papilionoideae
18. Lflets 0, but stipules lflet-like — lf axis ending as a tendril ..... [Lathyrus aphaca]
'3LATHYRUS' made '[Lathyrus aphaca]'
2012 03 27

p. 721
Group 3: Papilionoideae
26. Lflets 2; main lf axis ending as tendril or bristle ..... 2LATHYRUS
pre-superscript '3' made '2'
2012 03 27

p. 721
Group 3: Papilionoideae
40. Style ± flat, puberulent near ± middle for ± 1/3–1/2 length adaxially; lflets ± rolled in bud ..... 2LATHYRUS
pre-superscript '3' made '2'
2012 03 27

p. 723
ACACIA baileyana
LF: 2-pinnate, < 4 cm, silver-blue; petiole < 2 mm, glabrous; axis with raised glands at distal pairs of 1° lflets; 1° lflets 2–5 pairs, 10–28 mm; 2° lflets 8–24 pairs, 3.5–7.5 mm, 0.8–1.3 mm wide, linear.
'l' made '1' after 'raised glands at distal pairs of'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 723
ACACIA dealbata
LF: 2-pinnate, < 17 cm, silver-blue; petiole 8–22 mm, short-hairy; main axis with raised glands at each pair of 1° lflets; 1° lflet 6–30 pairs, 15–55 mm; 2° lflets 15–70 pairs, 2–5 mm, 0.4–0.8 mm wide, linear.
'l' made '1' after 'raised glands at each pair of'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 724
ACMISPON
30. Pls gen ascending to erect (some on immediate coast prostrate), bushy-branched, 5–20 dm; st sparsely lfy; corolla yellow; calyx lobes gen 1–2 mm, not curved outward; coastal and inland ..... A. glaber (2)
'st ± woody (yet green), sparsely lfy' made 'st sparsely lfy' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 02 14

p. 724
ACMISPON
30' Pls prostrate or low-ascending, < 10 dm; st lfy; corolla pink-white or yellow; calyx lobes gen < 1 mm or curved outward; esp coastal
'st not woody, lfy' made 'st lfy' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 02 14

p. 726
ACMISPON glaber
[pertaining to general description] Subshrub, glabrous or finely strigose, hairs straight or ± wavy.
'Perennial herb, often shrubby' made 'Subshrub'
2014 02 14

p. 726
ACMISPON glaber
FR: indehiscent, spreading or pendent, much exserted, 1–1.5 cm, oblong, curved, not flat; beak curved, 2–3 mm.
'much exserted, included, 1–1.5 cm,' made 'much exserted, 1–1.5 cm,'
2014 02 10

p. 726
ACMISPON grandiflorus var. grandiflorus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, s SN, CW, SW.
'NW, s SN, CW, SW (exc ChI).' made 'NW, s SN, CW, SW.' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 29

p. 726
ACMISPON junceus
[pertaining to general description] Subshrub (or fl 1st yr, appearing ann), finely strigose, hairs straight.
'Per (or fl 1st year, appearing ann)' made 'Subshrub (or fl 1st year, appearing ann)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 02 14

p. 729
ASTRAGALUS
[pertaining to common name:] LOCOWEED, MILKVETCH
common names alphabetized
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 738
ASTRAGALUS austiniae
[pertaining to taxon author:] A. Gray
'Brewer & S. Watson' made 'A. Gray'
2013 12 06

p. 740
[pertaining to running header:] 740 (EUDICOTS) Fabaceae (Astragalus)
'Fabaceaez' made 'Fabaceae'
2012 03 27

p. 744
ASTRAGALUS lentiginosus var. floribundus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n SNH, s MP, SNE;
comma added after 'n SNH'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 753
CERCIS occidentalis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaR, SN, GV, SnFrB, SCoRO, SnGb, SnBr, PR, MP;
'SnFrB, SCoRO,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 03

p. 753
CERCIS occidentalis
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] to sw OR, UT, TX.
'sw OR,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 03

p. 757
HOFFMANNSEGGIA glauca
FL: petals spreading, 10–18 mm wide, gen yellow, with some orange-red.
'orange-red' made 'gen yellow, with some orange-red'
2013 03 26

p. 758
HOSACKIA crassifolia var. crassifolia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoR, CaRH, SN, SnFrB, SCoR, SCo, TR, PR, MP;
'n PR (Riverside Co.),' made 'PR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 28

p. 760
LATHYRUS
[pertaining to note:] Some spp. variable, intergrading with others; some hybridization probable. Lathyrus aphaca L. (lflets 0, stipules lflet-like) not naturalized in CA.
inserted '(lflets 0, stipules lflet-like)'
2012 03 27

p. 764
LUPINUS
[pertaining to reference:] Barneby 1989 Intermountain Flora 3(B):237–267; Isely 1998 Native and Naturalized Leguminosae (Fabaceae) US. M.L. Bean Museum, Brigham Young University
'Univ' made 'University'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 766
LUPINUS
55' Bract 10–24 mm; CCo, nw SnFrB, s SCoRO, ChI, w WTR ..... var. douglasii
'CCo, nw SnFrB, n ChI' made 'CCo, nw SnFrB, s SCoRO, ChI, w WTR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 15

p. 767
LUPINUS
71. Fl 14–18 mm — Teh, SnGb, SnBr ..... 2L. excubitus var. austromontanus
'cm' made 'mm'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 767
LUPINUS
71' Fl 10–16 mm
'cm' made 'mm'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 768
LUPINUS
103. Fl 9–12 mm; NW, SNH, WTR, SnBr, SNE ..... L. andersonii
'SNE' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 768
LUPINUS
116. Fl 10–13 mm ..... var. glarecola
116' Fl (13)16–18 mm ..... var. magnificus
leads placed in alphabetical order
2012 03 27

p. 768
LUPINUS
123. Pl 4–7 dm; fl 13–15 mm; ne DMtns (Last Chance Range, Grapevine Mtns, Inyo Co.) ..... L. holmgrenianus
'Grapevine mtns' made 'Grapevine Mtns'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 769
LUPINUS albifrons var. douglasii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CCo, nw SnFrB, s SCoRO, ChI, w WTR.
'CCo, nw SnFrB, n ChI' made 'CCo, nw SnFrB, s SCoRO, ChI, w WTR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 15

p. 769
LUPINUS argenteus
[pertaining to note:] Highly variable; vars. intergrade. Lupinus argenteus var. rubricaulis (Greene) S.L. Welsh probably not in CA.
'Welsh' made 'S.L. Welsh'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 788
SENNA multiglandulosa
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as an addition to existing note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 08

p. 796
TRIFOLIUM microcephalum
[pertaining to elevation:] 0–2700 m.
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, SN, GV, SnFrB, SCoRO, SCo, ChI, WTR, SnBr, PR, DMoj;
'SCoRO,' 'WTR,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 11

p. 798
TRIFOLIUM striatum
[pertaining to elevation:] 0–685 m.
'500' made '685'
2013 11 04

p. 810
GARRYA congdonii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaRH, n&c SNF, SnFrB.
'CaRH,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 810
GARRYA elliptica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, NCoRO, n SNF, CW (exc SCoRI);
'KR,' added, 'n SNF?' made 'n SNF', 'ScV (cult?),' deleted [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 810
GARRYA flavescens
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, SN, SnJV, CW, SW, DMoj;
'SnJV,' added, 'DMtns' made 'DMoj' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 810
GARRYA fremontii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaR, n&s SNF, n&c SNH, ScV, SnFrB, PR, Wrn;
'n SNF' made 'n&s SNF' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 822
GERANIUM rotundifolium
FL: pedicel 7–20 mm; sepals 4.5–6 mm, smooth, short-awned; petals 6–7 mm, rounded, rose-purple.
'sepals 4.5–6, smooth,' made 'sepals 4.5–6 mm, smooth,'
2012 11 15

p. 827
GUNNERA tinctoria
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as an addition to existing note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 07

p. 833
JUGLANS hindsii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s NCoRI, s ScV, n SnJV, SnFrB;
'SnFrB.' made 'SnFrB;' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 18

p. 833
JUGLANS hindsii
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] sw OR.
'sw OR.' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 18

p. 834
LAMIACEAE (superseded by Supplement I)
16' Ann or per (to subshrub, the corolla then salmon-orange)
improper use of em dash corrected, from 'Ann or per (to subshrub) — corolla salmon-orange' to 'Ann or per (to subshrub, the corolla then salmon-orange)'
2012 03 27'
Corrected in second printing

p. 836
ACANTHOMINTHA
2' Upper stamens fertile; anthers hairy; CW, WTR
'CCo, SnFrB, SCoR' collapsed to 'CW'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 837
CLINOPODIUM douglasii
[pertaining to unabridged note:] There are Consortium records that, if verified, would voucher elevations up to 1219 m. The following (and possibly other) accessions, if verified, would represent range extensions (as indicated): CHSC43961 (CaRH); CHSC59325, CHSC62566 (n SNH); UC175313 (c SNH). According to Moe (e-mail of 14 May 2012; archived in Eudora mailbox "Moe"), the voucher for 1219 m actually was collected in Idaho (Osier Ridge).
'According to Moe (e-mail of 14 May 2012; archived in Eudora mailbox "Moe"), the voucher for 1219 m actually was collected in Idaho (Osier Ridge).' added [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 05 22

p. 839
MARRUBIUM vulgare
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CA (exc W&I);
'CA-FP, uncommon DMtns' made 'CA (exc W&I)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 844
MONARDELLA
33. Bracts 10–15 mm, >= 5 mm wide; PR, sw DMtns (Little San Bernardino Mtns), s DMoj ..... subsp. linoides
'PR, sw DMtns' made 'PR, sw DMtns (Little San Bernardino Mtns), s DMoj' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 04 17

p. 844
MONARDELLA
34' St 20–60 cm; bracts broadly lanceolate to ovate; s SNF, c&s SNH, SNE, n DMoj
'SN, n DMoj' made 's SNF, c&s SNH, SNE, n DMoj' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 04 17

p. 844
MONARDELLA
35. Bracts 15–25 mm, 10–14 mm wide; peduncle stout, gen 5–15 cm (from distal-most lvs to fl cluster), 1–1.5 mm diam just proximal to fl cluster; fl cluster 20–30 mm wide; s SNF, s SNH (Kern, Tulare cos.) ..... subsp. anemonoides
's SNF, s SNH' made 's SNF, s SNH (Kern, Tulare cos.)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 04 17

p. 848
MONARDELLA mojavensis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] e DMtns, incl edges (Old Woman, Granite, Old Dad, Providence mtns);
', incl edges' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 29

p. 848
MONARDELLA robisonii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s DMoj.
'sw DMtns (Little San Bernardino Mtns)' made 's DMoj' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 29

p. 855
SALVIA mohavensis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] DMoj (exc n&w), DSon (Whipple Mtns);
'DMtns' made 'DMoj (exc n&w)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 858
SCUTELLARIA tuberosa
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CA-FP (only Sutter Buttes in GV);
terminal period made semicolon
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 858
STACHYS
ST: decumbent to erect, 0.1–2.5 m.
'1' made '0.1'
2012 03 27

p. 858
STACHYS ajugoides
ST: gen decumbent, 0.1–0.6 m, soft-hairy.
'1' made '0.1'
2012 03 27

p. 858
STACHYS ajugoides
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, ScV, CW, SW;
'c SNH' deleted [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 07

p. 859
STACHYS pilosa
ST: erect, 0.3–0.9 m, gen branched.
'3–9 dm' made '0.3–0.9 m'
2012 03 27

p. 866
HESPEROLINON breweri
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s NCoRI (Napa, Solano cos.), nw SnJV, ne SnFrB (Mount Diablo, Contra Costa Co.).
'nw SnJV,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 04

p. 866
HESPEROLINON californicum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c&s NCoRI, s CaRF, n SNF, ScV, CCo (around San Francisco Bay), e SnFrB, ne SCoRI.
'ScV, CCo (around San Francisco Bay),' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 04

p. 866
HESPEROLINON clevelandii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoRO, c&s NCoRI, s NCoRH, e SnFrB.
'c&s NCoRI, e SnFrB.' made 'NCoRO, c&s NCoRI, s NCoRH, e SnFrB.' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 05

p. 866
HESPEROLINON congestum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n CCo, nw SnFrB.
'n CCo,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 05

p. 866
HESPEROLINON drymarioides
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c NCoRI (Colusa, Glenn, Lake cos.), NCoRH.
', NCoRH' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 05

p. 866
HESPEROLINON micranthum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CA-FP, MP;
', MP' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 05

p. 866
HESPEROLINON tehamense
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n&c NCoRI (Tehama, Glenn cos.), e NCoRH.
', e NCoRH' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 05

p. 872
MENTZELIA oreophila
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] W&I, DMoj, e DSon;
'W&I, DMtns, e DSon' made 'W&I, DMoj, e DSon' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 872
MENTZELIA polita
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] e DMoj (ne Clark Mtn Range);
'e DMtns (Clark Mtn Range)' made 'e DMoj (ne Clark Mtn Range)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 872
MENTZELIA pterosperma
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] e-c DMoj;
'e DMtns' made 'e-c DMoj' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 29

p. 881
FREMONTODENDRON californicum
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] sw OR, AZ, n Baja CA.
'sw OR,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 03

p. 882
ILIAMNA rivularis
RARITY STATUS:
'SYMBOL 1' deleted [meaning that a star symbol was removed from TJM2, while '{CNPS list}' was removed from the eFlora]
2013 10 11

p. 886
MALVA
1' Ann to per (subshrub), st 0.1–3 m; fls showy or not; petals 0.4–3 cm; calyx < 10 mm; segments 6–15
'shrub' made 'subshrub'
2013 03 20

p. 886
MALVA pseudolavatera
[pertaining to general description] Ann, bien, subshrub, sparsely stellate hairy.
'subshrub' added
2013 03 20

p. 886
MALVA pseudolavatera
ST: 10–30 dm; base woody or not.
'base not woody' made 'base woody or not'
2013 03 20

p. 891
SIDALCEA asprella
[pertaining to synonyms:]
'Sidalcea malviflora subsp. asprella (Greene) C.L. Hitchc.' removed from SYNONYMS

2012 04 06

p. 894
SIDALCEA oregana subsp. eximia
[pertaining to note:] Intergrades with Sidalcea oregana subsp. spicata, Sidalcea setosa.
'Sildalcea oregana' made 'Sidalcea oregana'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 896
SPHAERALCEA emoryi var. emoryi
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SCo, s PR, s DMoj, DSon;
'SCo, s PR,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 31

p. 897
SPHAERALCEA rusbyi A. Gray var. eremicola
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n DMtns (Death Valley region, e Inyo Co.; Clark Mtn Range, ne San Bernardino Co.), e DMoj exc DMtns.
', e DMoj exc DMtns' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 901
CALANDRINIA ciliata
[pertaining to note:] Up to 30 seeds not uncommon at Pinnacles National Monument according to Sara Reid (pers. comm. to editors).
NOTE added
2012 04 20

p. 901
CALYPTRIDIUM
3. Style 1–2 mm; seeds 1–3, 0.7–0.9 mm; c SN ..... C. pulchellum
'Anthers yellow' made 'Style 1–2 mm'
2014 07 18

p. 901
CALYPTRIDIUM
3' Style < 0.5 mm; seeds >= 4, 0.4–0.8 mm; widespread, incl e slope SNH (for C. roseum) but otherwise exc c SN
'Anthers pink to rose' made 'Style < 0.5 mm'
'widespread' made 'widespread, incl e slope SNH (for C. roseum) but otherwise exc c SN' [pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SNH, SnBr.
2014 07 18

p. 902
CALYPTRIDIUM pygmaeum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c&s SNH, SnBr.
's SNH' made 'c&s SNH' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 18

p. 905
CLAYTONIA lanceolata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRH, CaRH, n&c SNH, SnGb, SnBr, MP, DMtns (Panamint Range);
'SnBr,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 28

p. 910
MONTIA fontana
[pertaining to flowering time:] Feb–Jul
'Jul–Aug' made 'Feb–Jul'
2013 01 04

p. 912
ANAGALLIS arvensis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CA-FP, D;
'DMoj' made 'D' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 01

p. 912
ANAGALLIS minima
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaRF, n SNF, GV, CW, SCo, n ChI, PR;
'SnJV (Merced Co.)' made 'GV' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 01

p. 912
GLAUX maritima
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, deltaic GV, CCo, SnFrB, SNE, MP (exc Wrn);
', MP (exc Wrn)' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 01

p. 913
TRIENTALIS latifolia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaR, n&c SN, ScV, CW;
'CaRH (Mount Shasta)' made 'CaR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 01

p. 917
ABRONIA
9. Perianth tube 2–3.5 cm, limb (1)1.5–1.8 cm wide; fr wings each with 1 prolonged, acute lobe distally ..... var. aurita
'Fr wings exceeding fr body; fl limb (1)1.5–1.8 cm wide' made 'Perianth tube 2–3.5 cm, limb (1)1.5–1.8 cm wide; fr wings each with 1 prolonged, acute lobe distally'
2013 04 04

p. 917
ABRONIA
9' Perianth tube 1.3–2 cm, limb 0.6–1.2(1.5) cm wide; fr wings each with 0 or 1 shallow, rounded lobe distally ..... var. villosa
'Fr wings 0 or not or barely exceeding fr body; fl limb 0.6–1.2(1.5) cm wide' made 'Perianth tube 1.3–2 cm, limb 0.6–1.2(1.5) cm wide; fr wings each with 0 or 1 shallow, rounded lobe distally'
2013 04 04

p. 917
ABRONIA alpina
[pertaining to flowering time:] May–Sep
'Jul–Aug' made 'May–Sep'
2013 11 21

p. 918
ABRONIA umbellata var. umbellata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo (Sonoma Co.), CCo, SCo, ChI, DSon;
'ChI,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 919
BOERHAVIA coccinea
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SnJV, SCo, PR, DSon;
'PR (Santa Ana Mtns)' made 'PR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 10 19

p. 919
BOERHAVIA coulteri (Hook. f.) S. Watson var. palmeri
[pertaining to elevation:] < 1450 m.
'1150' made '1450'
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] ChI (possibly introduced), se DMoj (desert mtns and lower montane slopes), DSon;
'DMtns (Clark Mtn Range)' made 'se DMoj (desert mtns and lower montane slopes)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 15

p. 919
BOERHAVIA triquetra S. Watson var. intermedia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] e PR, e DMtns (Clark, Ivanpah mtns, Kingston Range), se DMoj exc DMtns, e DSon;
', se DMoj exc DMtns' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 924
LIGUSTRUM lucidum
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as a note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 07

p. 924
LIGUSTRUM ovalifolium
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as a note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 07

p. 924
MENODORA spinescens var. spinescens
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SnBr (n slope), s SNE, n&e DMoj exc DMtns;
'DMtns' made 'n&e DMoj exc DMtns' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 926
CAMISSONIA
INFL: bracted; spike or raceme, nodding in bud, erect in fr, fls only at distal nodes.
'spike, nodding in bud, fl only at distal nodes' made 'spike or raceme, nodding in bud, erect in fr, fls only at distal nodes' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 28

p. 926
CAMISSONIA
FR: ± cylindric, straight to wavy, distorted by seeds at maturity, dehiscent throughout most of its length; pedicel ± 0 or <= 2(15) mm, shorter or 0 in fl.
', gen sessile.' made '; pedicel ± 0 or <= 2(15) mm, 0 or shorter in fl.' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 28

p. 926
CAMISSONIA
1. Infl spike or raceme; pedicel in fr ± 0–15 mm; sepals all separating when fl opens
'Sepals all separating when fl opens' made 'Infl spike or raceme; pedicel in fr ± 0–15 mm; sepals all separating when fl opens' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 28

p. 926
CAMISSONIA
3. Pl ± open, sparsely spreading-hairy, sparsely glandular-hairy; lvs not clustered at base; pedicel in fr ± 0–5 mm ..... subsp. gilmanii
'pedicel 0–5 mm' made 'pedicel in fr ± 0–5 mm' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 28

p. 926
CAMISSONIA
3' Pl compact, densely spreading-hairy, sparsely glandular-hairy; lvs clustered at base; pedicel in fr 3–15 mm ..... subsp. kernensis
'pedicel 3–15 mm' made 'pedicel in fr 3–15 mm' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 28

p. 926
CAMISSONIA
1' Infl spike; pedicel in fr ± 0; sepals gen remaining fused in pairs when fl opens
'Sepals gen remaining fused in pairs when fl opens' made 'Infl spike; pedicel in fr ± 0; sepals gen remaining fused in pairs when fl opens' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 28

p. 927
CAMISSONIA kernensis
FR: 22–37 mm, 1.5–1.7 mm wide, ± swollen by seeds, straight or wavy; pedicel ± 0–15 mm.
'pedicel 0–15 mm' made 'pedicel ± 0–15 mm'
2014 04 28

p. 927
CAMISSONIA kernensis subsp. gilmanii
FR: pedicel ± 0–5 mm.
'pedicel 0–5 mm' made 'pedicel ± 0–5 mm'
2014 04 28

p. 927
CAMISSONIA parvula
FR: ± 20–30 mm, 0.6–0.9 mm wide, ± swollen by seeds, straight or wavy; pedicel ± 0–2 mm.
', ± sessile' made '; pedicel ± 0–2 mm'
2014 04 28

p. 927
CAMISSONIA pubens
FR: (18)26–50 mm, 0.8–1.2 mm wide, ± swollen by seeds, straight or wavy; pedicel ± 0–2 mm.
'pedicel 0–2 mm' made 'pedicel ± 0–2 mm'
2014 04 28

p. 927
CAMISSONIA pusilla
FR: 18–32 mm, 0.6–0.9 mm wide, ± swollen by seeds, straight or wavy; pedicel ± 0–2 mm.
'pedicel 0–2 mm' made 'pedicel ± 0–2 mm'
2014 04 28

p. 927
CAMISSONIA sierrae
FR: 20–30 mm, 0.5–0.7 mm wide, ± swollen by seeds, straight or wavy, ± sessile.
', sessile' made ', ± sessile'
2014 04 28

p. 930
CAMISSONIOPSIS micrantha
[pertaining to ecology:] Canyons, coastal dunes, beaches, sandy fields, washes;
'Coastal dunes, beaches, sandy fields, washes' made 'Canyons, coastal dunes, beaches, sandy fields, washes'
2013 08 01

p. 930
CAMISSONIOPSIS micrantha
[pertaining to elevation:] < 300(800) m.
'< 300 m' made '< 300(800) m'
2013 08 01

p. 952
OENOTHERA cavernae
LF: (0.5)2.5–13(19.5) cm, (0.2)0.6–2.3(2.7) cm wide, oblanceolate to elliptic-oblanceolate or lyre-shaped and pinnately lobed to nearly entire, green to red-green, lustrous, gen with numerous scattered red-purple splotches, minutely glandular-hairy, sometimes also sparsely rough-coarse-hairy, finely crenate-dentate to entire.
'crenulate-dentate' made 'finely crenate-dentate'
2012 10 05

p. 952
OENOTHERA cespitosa subsp. marginata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] GB, D;
'MP, SNE' collapsed to 'GB' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 959
CASTILLEJA applegatei subsp. martinii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRO, NCoRI, e SnFrB, SCoR, SW (exc ChI), SNE, DMtns;
'SCoRI' made "SCoR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 11

p. 960
CASTILLEJA densiflora
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Orthocarpus densiflorus Benth.
'densiflora' made 'densiflorus' [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]
2013 03 28

p. 962
CASTILLEJA linariifolia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CaR, e slope SNH, TR, GB, DMoj;
'DMtns' made 'DMoj' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 30

p. 963
CASTILLEJA minor subsp. spiralis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoR, c&s SNF, s SNH, Teh, SnJV, CCo, n SnFrB, SW.
's SNH, Teh,' added; 'SCo' made 'SW' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 963
CASTILLEJA pilosa
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Castilleja pilosa subsp. jusselii (Eastw.) Munz; Castilleja psittacina (Eastw.) Pennell
'jussellii' made 'jusselii' [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]
2013 03 28

p. 966
CORDYLANTHUS
11. Middle lobe of outer bract linear, tip wider, notched, thickened, maroon, marginal bristles > 2 × lobe width — SCoRO, SW ..... subsp. setiger
'setigerus' made 'setiger'
2013 10 31

p. 968
CORDYLANTHUS rigidus (Benth.) Jeps. subsp. setiger
'setigerus' made 'setiger'
2013 10 31

p. 977
OXALIDACEAE
[pertaining to genera in family:] 5 genera, number of spp. uncertain: esp temp.
'± 880 spp.' made 'number of spp. uncertain'
2012 03 27

p. 977
OXALIS
5. Petals gen < 8 mm; taproot fibrous; st rooting at nodes ..... O. corniculata
5' Petals gen 8–12 mm; taproot ± woody; st not rooting at nodes (sometimes rooting at nodes in O. pilosa)
replaces couplet 5 [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 02

p. 978
PAEONIA brownii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoR, CaR, n&n-c SN, se SnFrB (Mount Hamilton), MP, n SNE;
'n&n-c SN, se SnFrB (Mount Hamilton), MP, n SNE;' added, 'n to WA, WY, NV.' deleted [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 30

p. 978
PAEONIA brownii
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] to WA, WY, NV.
'to WA, WY, NV.' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 30

p. 978
PAEONIA californica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s CCo, SCoR, SCo, TR, PR;
'SCo' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 30

p. 980
ARCTOMECON
Added 'ARCTOMECON' above description and below key to genera of Papaveraceae
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 985
MECONELLA oregana
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CCo (Fort Ord), SnFrB (Berkeley Hills, Mount Hamilton);
'SnFrB (Berkeley Hills, Mount Hamilton);' made 'CCo (Fort Ord), SnFrB (Berkeley Hills, Mount Hamilton);' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 01

p. 990
MIMULUS
38' Subshrub or shrub, > 1 inflorescence per stem; leaf adaxially glabrous; calyx base not swollen; corolla pale yellow to ± yellow or yellow-brown, yellow-orange, orange, or red; fruit splitting only along upper suture ..... M. aurantiacus
'corolla pale yellow to ± yellow or yellow-brown, orange, orange, or red' made 'corolla pale yellow to ± yellow or yellow-brown, yellow-orange, orange, or red'
2013 11 01

p. 992
MIMULUS aurantiacus var. aurantiacus
FL: calyx 18–36 mm, tube glabrous, distally appressed to corolla tube; corolla ± yellow-orange to orange (cream), tube-throat 26–38 mm, lobes entire to 2-lobed distally; anthers included.
'corolla ± yellow-orange to orange' made 'corolla ± yellow-orange to orange (cream)'
2013 11 01

p. 1001
PITTOSPORUM undulatum
[pertaining to ecology:] Uncommon but aggressively spreading. Disturbed areas, coastal scrub;
'Uncommon. Disturbed areas;' made 'Uncommon but aggressively spreading. Disturbed areas, coastal sage scrub;'
2012 08 14

p. 1001
PITTOSPORUM undulatum
[pertaining to unabridged note:] A decline in sp. richness, cover of native herbaceous pls, shrubs documented from communities invaded by this taxon in Australia, according to Rejmanek (2012 Cal-IPC News 20(4):in press), so that its establishment in CA is a serious threat to native coastal scrub in the state.
UNABRIDGED NOTE added [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 08 14

p. 1001
PLANTAGINACEAE
7. Lvs gen alternate (exc proximal gen opposite in Antirrhinum, Cymbalaria, Mohavea, Pseudorontium; proximal-most opposite on seedlings in Maurandella), not all basal
'(exc proximal opposite in Cymbalaria, Pseudorontium)' made '(exc proximal gen opposite in Antirrhinum, Cymbalaria, Mohavea, Pseudorontium; proximal-most opposite on seedlings in Maurandella)'
2013 03 12

p. 1003
ANTIRRHINUM filipes
[pertaining to general description] Ann, glabrous exc st woolly at base.
'exc st wooly at base' added
ST: vine-like, climbing, 9–100 cm.
',woolly at base, nonglandular' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 1004
ANTIRRHINUM multiflorum
[pertaining to taxon author:] Pennell, illeg.
', illeg.' added
2014 08 19

p. 1004
ANTIRRHINUM multiflorum
[pertaining to note:] A. m. a later homonym; legitimate name in A. evidently not available.
NOTE added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 19

p. 1004
ANTIRRHINUM nuttallianum
[pertaining to note:] Subspp. hybridize near coast.
'Sspp.' made 'Subspp.' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 01

p. 1008
COLLINSIA
21. Lateral corolla lobes exceeding lowest by 1–2 mm
rewritten, from '21. Lowest corolla lobe 1–2 mm, < lateral lobes'
2012 03 27

p. 1008
COLLINSIA
21' Lateral corolla lobes exceeding lowest by << 1 mm, or not exceeding it
rewritten, from '21' Lowest corolla lobe ± = lateral lobes'
2012 03 27

p. 1009
COLLINSIA torreyi var. brevicarinata
FL: corolla gen 6–9 mm.
', lowest lobe 1–2 mm, < lateral lobes' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 1010
COLLINSIA torreyi var. latifolia
FL: corolla gen 6–9 mm, upper lip with projections bulging ± 0.5 mm away from throat opening at base of each lobe.
', lowest lobe ± = lateral' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 1010
COLLINSIA torreyi var. latifolia
[pertaining to ecology:] Conifer forest, often in sandy soil;
', granitic' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 1010
COLLINSIA torreyi var. torreyi
FL: corolla gen 6–9 mm, upper lip with projections bulging ± 0.5 mm away from throat opening at base of each lobe.
', lowest lobe ± = lateral' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 1010
COLLINSIA torreyi var. wrightii
FL: corolla gen 4–6 mm.
', lowest lobe ± 1 mm, < lateral lobes' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 1013
KECKIELLA antirrhinoides var. microphylla
[pertaining to unabridged note:] As Penstemon antirrhinoides Benth. subsp. microphyllus (A.Gray) D.D.Keck, indicated as well for Baja CA by Wiggins (1980. Flora of Baja California).
UNABRIDGED NOTE added [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 03 27

p. 1016
MOHAVEA
LF: proximal gen opposite, distal alternate; lanceolate, entire; veins pinnate.
'alternate, widely lanceolate, entire; veins pinnate.' made 'proximal gen opposite, distal alternate; lanceolate, entire; veins pinnate.'
2013 03 12

p. 1022
PENSTEMON fruticiformis var. amargosae
[pertaining to elevation:] gen 1000–1750 m.
'300–1750' made 'gen 1000–1750' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 1022
PENSTEMON fruticiformis var. amargosae
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n DMoj;
'n DMtns' made 'n DMoj' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 1022
PENSTEMON fruticiformis var. fruticiformis
[pertaining to elevation:] gen 1000–1700 m.
'1200–1700' made 'gen 1000-1700' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 1022
PENSTEMON fruticiformis var. fruticiformis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SNE, n DMoj.
'n DMtns' made 'n DMoj' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 1025
PENSTEMON pseudospectabilis
[pertaining to elevation:] gen 100–1750 m.
'100–1400' made 'gen 100–1750' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 1025
PENSTEMON pseudospectabilis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] D;
'DMtns, DSon' made 'D' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 1030
PLANTAGO eriopoda
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, n CaR;
deleted 'SNE (Mono Co.)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1032
VERONICA
[pertaining to note:] V. beccabunga L., V. chamaedrys L. not in CA; V. filiformis Sm., V. hederifolia L. occ as lawn weeds. V. biloba L., native to e Eur, Asia, a waif in s SNF, MP, differs from V. persica in ways incl shorter styles (< 1 mm).
'Pls from MP resembling V. persica reported as V. biloba L. (bracts < lvs, style < 1 mm).' made 'V. biloba L., native to e Eur, Asia, a waif in s SNF, MP, differs from V. persica in ways incl shorter styles (< 1 mm).' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 01

p. 1032
VERONICA americana
FL: sepals ± 3 mm, lanceolate, acute; corolla 7–10 mm, violet-blue, dark-lined; style 1.5–3(4) mm.
'oblanceolate' made 'lanceolate'
2013 11 05

p. 1032
VERONICA peregrina L. subsp. xalapensis
inserted space before note, after 'S.Am.'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1034
VERONICA serpyllifolia L. subsp. humifusa
inserted space before note, after 'Eurasia.'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1040
COLLOMIA
1' Annual from taproot
'tap root' made 'taproot'
2013 08 01

p. 1041
ERIASTRUM
1' Annual (occasionally short-lived perennial herb)
'short lived' made 'short-lived'
2013 08 01

p. 1041
ERIASTRUM
9' Corolla lobes white, lavender, or variously blue
'or blue' made 'or variously blue'
2014 06 02

p. 1042
ERIASTRUM
13. Flowers 3+ per cluster; corolla lobes dark to royal blue, pale blue, or white; calyx, bracts occasionally ± glandular, woolly ..... subsp. dasyanthum
'corolla lobes royal to dark blue' made 'corolla lobes dark to royal blue, pale blue, or white'
2014 06 02

p. 1042
ERIASTRUM
19' Corolla 9–14 mm; st gen not wiry; pls erect, woolly-hairy to occ subglabrous; lvs entire or 1–7-lobed near base; SNH, GB, n DMtns ..... E. wilcoxii
'Corolla gen 15–22 mm' made 'Corolla 9–14 mm' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 03 27

p. 1043
GILIA
LF: simple, 1–3-pinnate-lobed or -dissected, generally alternate, margins entire, toothed, or lobed, tips acute, acuminate, or mucronate; basal generally in rosette; cauline generally reduced.
'1–2-pinnate-lobed' made '1–3-pinnate-lobed'
'margins entire, toothed, or lobed,' inserted before 'tips acute'
'basal generally in rosette, entire, toothed, or 1–2-pinnate-lobed;' made 'basal generally in rosette;'
2013 10 22

p. 1044
GILIA
12. Corolla 9–35 mm, 2–7 × calyx
'Corolla 10–35 mm' made 'Corolla 9–35 mm'
2012 05 21

p. 1046
GILIA
40' Corolla throat purple-marked but without 2 spots below each lobe
'node' made 'lobe'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1049
GILIA latiflora subsp. latiflora
FL: calyx 4–5 mm; corolla 15–22 mm, tube ± exserted, white-veined, throat widely expanded, purple at base, otherwise white with yellow spots near base.
'purple with yellow spots at base' made 'purple at base, otherwise white with yellow spots near base'
2014 05 07

p. 1057
LEPTOSIPHON liniflorus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CA-FP, w DMoj;
'n&c CA-FP' made 'CA-FP' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 04 12

p. 1059
LINANTHUS bigelovii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] se SnFrB, SCoRI, WTR, SnGb (e edge), SnBr (e edge), SNE exc W&I, PR, D.
'se SnFrB, SCoRI, WTR, W&I, D' made 'se SnFrB, SCoRI, WTR, SnGb (e edge), SnBr (e edge), SNE exc W&I, PR, D' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 07

p. 1059
LINANTHUS californicus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s CCo, s SCoRO, n&c SW.
's CCo,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 02

p. 1060
LINANTHUS demissus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SNE, DMoj, DSon (ne corner);
', DSon (ne corner)' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 02

p. 1060
LINANTHUS dianthiflorus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SCo, ChI, WTR, s SnBr, PR;
's SnBr,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 07

p. 1060
LINANTHUS filiformis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SNE, D;
'W&I, DMoj' made 'SNE, D' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 02

p. 1060
LINANTHUS maculatus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] DMtns (Little San Bernardino Mtns), DMoj exc DMtns (sw corner), w DSon.
'DMoj exc DMtns (sw corner),' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 02

p. 1060
LINANTHUS orcuttii
FL: calyx 6–10 mm, membrane as wide as lobes; corolla funnel-shaped, tube 5–15 mm, stout, white grading to purple (on any given tube), throat 3–5 mm, white or yellow, lobes 5–8 mm, gen pink, with 2 purple marks at base, 1 at each sinus; stamens incl or at mouth.
'with 2 purple marks at,' made 'with 2 purple marks at base,'
2012 05 08

p. 1060
LINANTHUS parryae
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SN, Teh, s SnJV, SCoRI, WTR, SNE exc W&I, DMoj.
's SNF, s SnJV, SCoRI, WTR, DMoj' made 's SN, Teh, s SnJV, SCoRI, WTR, SNE exc W&I, DMoj' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 02

p. 1063 (superseded by Supplement I)
NAVARRETIA
22' Mature infl dense cyme, fls subsessile or short-pedicelled; pl gen not prostrate (exc Navarretia leucocephala); calyx tube gen not long-soft-wavy-hairy (exc Navarretia fossalis)
'leucocephela' made 'leucocephala'
2013 02 04

p. 1064 (superseded by Supplement I)
NAVARRETIA atractyloides
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoR, CaRH, c SNF, s SNH, CW, ChI, TR, PR, MP;
'CCo, SnFrB, SCoR' collapsed to 'CW' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1064 (superseded by Supplement I)
NAVARRETIA capillaris
[pertaining to note:] See note under Navarretia leptalea subsp. bicolor.
'subp.' made 'subsp.'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1065
NAVARRETIA leptalea
[pertaining to note:] Forms large showy populations. Subspecies intergrade.
'Intergrade' made 'intergrade'
2013 08 01

p. 1070
PHLOX hirsuta
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] ne KR.
'n CaRH (Siskiyou Co.)' made 'ne KR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 07

p. 1074
POLYGONACEAE
INFL: fl clusters in axillary to terminal cyme-, panicle-, raceme-, spike-, umbel- or head-like arrangements, entire infl or main infl branches gen subtended by bracts ("infl bracts"); peduncles present or 0; fl clusters in Eriogoneae-Eriogonoideae subtended by involucre of >= 1 free or ± fused, sometimes awn-tipped bracts ("involucre bracts") or, in Polygonoideae and rarely in Eriogonoideae, not (if bracts completely fused, involucre "tubular"); pedicels in Eriogoneae each often subtended by 2 free, transparent, linear bractlets or in Polygonoideae all subtended by 2+ fused, membranous, wide bractlets.
'often' inserted after 'pedicels in Eriogoneae each'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1074
POLYGONACEAE
9. Ocreae gen translucent, glabrous, 2-lobed, fibrous in age ..... 2POLYGONUM
'transparent' made 'translucent'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1081
Chorizanthe fimbriata (bottom middle-right of plate)
deleted 'outer' and 'inner' from perianth lobes of varieties
2012 03 27

p. 1084
ERIOGONUM, Group 1
12. Involucres 1–2 mm, if 2 mm then outer perianth lobes fan-shaped or ± hastate (exc oblong to oblong-ovate in Eriogonum baileyi)
'Involucres 1–1.5 mm (exc 2–4 mm in Eriogonum baileyi), if 2 mm then outer perianth lobes fan-shaped or ± hastate' made 'Involucres 1–2 mm, if 2 mm then outer perianth lobes fan-shaped or ± hastate (exc oblong to oblong-ovate in Eriogonum baileyi)'
2012 08 17

p. 1084
ERIOGONUM, Group 1
14' Flowers white to rose, 1–2 mm; SNF, Teh, SnFrB, SCoR, TR, GB, w DMoj
's SCoR' made 'SCoR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 10

p. 1086
ERIOGONUM, Group 3
9' Involucre teeth 8–10, 1–3 mm; SN (see also 29') ..... 2E. prattenianum
'(see also 10 above)' made '(see also 29')'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1088
ERIOGONUM, Group 3
39. Lf blades sparsely tomentose abaxially; subshrub — SN, GB, nw DMoj ..... var. nevadense (2)
'Lf blades sparsely tomentose to glabrous adaxially;' made 'Lf blades sparsely tomentose abaxially;'
2012 06 27

p. 1088
ERIOGONUM, Group 3
39' Lf blades densely white-tomentose or tomentose abaxially; subshrub or spreading to prostrate mat
'Lf blades densely white-tomentose or tomentose abaxially, less so to glabrous adaxially;' made 'Lf blades densely white-tomentose or tomentose abaxially;'
2014 04 22 [on 2014 04 22, ', less so to glabrous adaxially' deleted from this entry; on 2012 06 27, it was deleted from eFlora but not actually deleted from corrected statement in original listing of this entry (which was posted on 2012 06 27)]

p. 1088
ERIOGONUM, Group 3
43' Lf blades tomentose to densely so abaxially; KR, CaR, SN, MP, DMtns
'NCoRO,' deleted [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 01

p. 1088
ERIOGONUM, Group 3
44' Infl branches 1–2.5(4) cm; KR, s SNH, DMtns
's SN' made 's SNH' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 01

p. 1089
ERIOGONUM, Group 4
22' Lf blades not obovate, 0.3–1(1.4) cm, 0.15–0.4(0.6) cm wide; st 0.2–0.6(0.8) dm, glabrous; involucres glabrous or sparsely tomentose ..... E. prociduum
deleted 'var. prociduum' from end
2012 03 27

p. 1089
ERIOGONUM, Group 4
24. Fr tomentose; SNE, n DMtns (Last Chance Range) ..... E. shockleyi var. shockleyi
'var. shockleyi' added
2012 03 27

p. 1090
ERIOGONUM, Group 4
48' Lf blades tomentose abaxially, less so to glabrous adaxially; involucres 1–5; NW, deltaic GV (Contra Costa Co.), CW
'NW, CW' made 'NW, deltaic GV (Contra Costa Co.), CW'
2012 09 25

p. 1090
ERIOGONUM, Group 4
49' Involucres 1–5 on same pl; st not or ± inflated; fls white to pink (or ± yellow), glabrous or hairy; NW, deltaic GV (Contra Costa Co.), CW
'NW, CW' made 'NW, deltaic GV (Contra Costa Co.), CW'
2012 09 25

p. 1092
ERIOGONUM, Group 4
102' Lf blades 0.3–0.7(0.8) cm, 0.1–0.4 cm wide; involucres 2.5–3.5 mm; fls (1.5)2–3.5 mm; s W&I ..... var. lapidicola
' 0.1–0.4. cm wide' made ' 0.1–0.4 cm wide'
2013 04 09

p. 1094
ERIOGONUM baileyi
INFL: 5–35(45) cm, glabrous or tomentose; peduncles 0; involucres appressed, 1–2 mm, 0.5–1 mm wide.
'involucres appressed, 2–4 mm' made 'involucres appressed, 1–2 mm'
2012 08 17

p. 1100
ERIOGONUM maculatum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SN, TR, GB, D;
'D' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 02 [on 2014 07 02 this date added to this entry, for which no date was previously indicated]

p. 1103
ERIOGONUM nutans var. nutans
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n SNH (e Mono Co.), s MP (ne Lassen Co.);
's MP (ne Lassen Co.), n SNH (e Mono Co.);' made 'n SNH (e Mono Co.), s MP (ne Lassen Co.);' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 04 23 [on 2014 04 23, indicated changes to this entry made; on 2012 04 17, they were made in eFlora but not actually made in corrected statement in original listing of this entry (which was posted on 2012 04 17)]

p. 1106
ERIOGONUM pusillum
LF: basal; blades 0.5–2.5(3) cm, 0.4–2(2.5) cm wide, oblong-ovate to ± round, tomentose abaxially, hairy to ± glabrous adaxially.
'wide to ± round' made 'oblong-ovate to ± round'
2012 04 10

p. 1106
ERIOGONUM pyrolifolium
LF: basal; blades 1–2.5(4) cm, 0.8–2 cm wide, ovate to ± round, tomentose abaxially, glabrous adaxially or glabrous on both surfaces.
'wide to ± round' made 'ovate to ± round'
2012 04 10

p. 1107
ERIOGONUM strictum
deleted flowering time
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1108
ERIOGONUM umbellatum var. dumosum
[pertaining to synonyms:] Eriogonum umbellatum var. polyanthum (Benth.) M.E. Jones, misappl., in part
', in part' added
2014 04 23

p. 1110
ERIOGONUM umbellatum var. modocense
[pertaining to synonyms:] Eriogonum umbellatum var. polyanthum (Benth.) M.E. Jones, misappl., in part
', in part' added
2014 04 23

p. 1110
ERIOGONUM umbellatum var. nevadense
LF: blades 1–2(2.5) cm, 0.5–1.5 cm wide, sparsely tomentose abaxially, sparsely tomentose to glabrous adaxially.
'gen hairy abaxially,' made 'sparsely tomentose abaxially,'
2012 06 27

p. 1110
ERIOGONUM umbellatum var. polyanthum
RARITY STATUS:
'SYMBOL 1' deleted [meaning that a star symbol was removed from TJM2, while '{CNPS list}' was removed from the eFlora]
2013 10 03

p. 1110
ERIOGONUM umbellatum var. polyanthum
[pertaining to note:]
NOTE, 'Not collected in > 100 years.', deleted
2014 04 23

p. 1111
FALLOPIA baldschuanica
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as a note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 07

p. 1112
JOHANNESHOWELLIA
LF: basal; blades obovate to ± round [± reniform], awns 0; ocreae 0.
'wide to ± round' made 'obovate to ± round [± reniform]'
2012 04 10

p. 1112
JOHANNESHOWELLIA puberula
LF: blades 0.5–1.5 cm.
', ± round' deleted
2012 04 10

p. 1115
PERSICARIA amphibia
[pertaining to taxon author:] (L.) Delarbre
'Gray' made 'Delarbre'
2012 08 27

p. 1116
PERSICARIA lapathifolia
[pertaining to taxon author:] (L.) Delarbre
'Gray' made 'Delarbre'
2012 09 04

p. 1120
POLYGONUM douglasii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CA (esp mtns);
'(esp mtns, coast)' made '(esp mtns)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 07 05

p. 1120
POLYGONUM parryi
[pertaining to note:]
NOTE, 'Some pls from sw SnFrB (Santa Cruz Co.) have ocrea fibers ± like P. californi- cum and fr ± 2.5 mm, less shiny.', deleted
2013 10 08

p. 1125
RUMEX occidentalis
ST: gen erect, 5–25 dm, stout, branched.
'5–10(14)' made '5–25'
2012 09 12

p. 1130 (superseded by Supplement I)
DODECATHEON redolens
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c&s SNH, SnGb, SnBr, SnJt, SNE, DMtns;
'SnGb' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 08 15

p. 1130 (superseded by Supplement I)
DODECATHEON subalpinum
[pertaining to note:] Evidently a high elevation ecotype, but possibly more appropriately treated as a var. of Dodecatheon hendersonii, for which the name Dodecatheon hendersonii var. yosemitanum H. Mason is available.
'H.L. Mason' made 'H. Mason'
2012 03 27

p. 1133
ANEMONE tuberosa
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] e DMtns, e DMoj, ne DSon;
', e DMoj, ne DSon' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 30

p. 1136
DELPHINIUM
3' Sepals gen variously blue, occ white, green-white, lavender, maroon, purple, or pink but not red or yellow; blade of lower petals angled 60–130° to claw, hairs apparent to naked eye
'Sepals occ maroon or pink, not red or yellow' made 'Sepals gen variously blue, occ white, green-white, lavender, maroon, purple, or pink but not red or yellow'
2012 05 08

p. 1144
RANUNCULUS
FL: sepals 3–5(6), gen early-deciduous, gen green to yellow or purple; petals 0–17[(150)], shiny, gen yellow, occ white or purple, nectaries near base, pocket-like or with flap-like scale; anthers yellow; pistils gen many.
'petals 5–17' made 'petals 0–17[(150)]'
2013 02 22

p. 1146
RUMEX dentatus
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as a note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 08

p. 1147
RANUNCULUS eschscholtzii var. oxynotus
LF: basal 0.5–1.5 cm, 0.8–2 cm wide, reniform, shallowly 5–9-lobed or occasionally 3-parted, lateral segment again lobed, base truncate, middle segment unlobed, ultimate segments rounded or obtuse.
'basal 1.5–1.5 cm' made 'basal 0.5–1.5 cm'
2013 10 04

p. 1152
OLIGOMERIS linifolia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SnJV, SW, D;
'SnJV,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 1152
RESEDA luteola
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, NCoR, n SNF, CCo, SnFrB, s SCo (San Diego);
'n SNF,', 'SnFrB,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 1153
CEANOTHUS
[pertaining to general description] Shrub, tree-like or not, gen erect or mat- to mound-like.
changed from 'Shrub, small tree, gen erect or mat- to mound-like.'
2012 05 10

p. 1156
CEANOTHUS
65. Twigs angled distally; lf blade abaxial veins ± raised ..... 2C. thyrsiflorus
'dark,' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 1156
CEANOTHUS
65' Twigs not angled distally; lf blade abaxial veins ± not raised
'not dark,' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 1156
CEANOTHUS
70. Infl 5–30 cm; twigs papillate; lf blade abaxial veins ± not raised ..... C. cyaneus
'not dark,' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 1156
CEANOTHUS
70' Infl 1.5–7 cm; twigs not papillate; lf blade abaxial veins ± raised ..... 2C. thyrsiflorus
'dark,' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 1156
CEANOTHUS arcuatus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, n NCoR, s CaRH, n&c SNH;
's CaRH,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 04

p. 1156
CEANOTHUS cuneatus
[pertaining to taxon author:] (Hook.) Nutt.
'Nutt.' made '(Hook.) Nutt.'
2013 09 27

p. 1160
CEANOTHUS purpureus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s NCoRO/NCoRI, s NCoRI, n SnFrB.
'NCoRI.' made 's NCoRO/NCoRI, s NCoRI, n SnFrB.' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 09 04

p. 1162
CEANOTHUS thyrsiflorus
LF: alternate, evergreen; stipules scale-like; petiole 3–9 mm; blade 10–39 mm, 5–20 mm wide, oblong-ovate, ovate, or widely elliptic, ± firm, adaxially dark green, glabrous, abaxially paler, glabrous to puberulent between veins or not, veins ± raised, sparsely puberulent, tip obtuse to rounded, margin ± gland-toothed.
'veins dark, ± raised' made 'veins ± raised'
2012 03 27

p. 1164
FRANGULA purshiana subsp. ultramafica
[pertaining to common name:] CARIBOU COFFEE BERRY
'COFFEEBERRY' made 'COFFEE BERRY'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1164
RHAMNUS
2. Lf blade 20–60 mm, elliptic or ovate to lance-ovate; sepals 5; fr black, 3-stoned — CCo (Monterey Co.), SCo (Newport Back Bay), expected elsewhere ..... [R. alaternus]
'R. alaterna' made 'R. alaternus'
2012 03 27

p. 1166
ROSACEAE
8. Lvs ± 2-ternately dissected, segments linear; fr follicles ..... 2LUETKEA
'St long-trailing to decumbent; lvs ternately dissected, segments linear' made 'Lvs ± 2-ternately dissected, segments linear; fr follicles'
2014 04 23 [on 2012 03 27, stated change made to eFlora; on 2012 03 27, change made to corrected statement in original listing of this entry was only partial, it was completed on 2014 04 23 by adding '; fr follicles']

p. 1166
ROSACEAE
8' Lvs simple to compound, ternately compound or not but not ternately dissected, segments linear or not or 0; fr achenes, sometimes fleshy-coated (Rubus) or on fleshy receptacle (Duchesnea, Fragaria)
'St gen ascending to erect (prostrate in some Rubus); lvs simple to compound, not ternately dissected' made 'Lvs simple to compound, ternately compound or not but not ternately dissected, segments linear or not or 0; fr achenes, sometimes fleshy-coated (Rubus) or on fleshy receptacle (Duchesnea, Fragaria)'
2014 04 23 [on 2012 03 27, stated change made to eFlora; on 2012 03 27, change made to corrected statement in original listing of this entry was only partial, it was completed on 2014 04 23 by adding '; fr achenes, sometimes fleshy-coated (Rubus) or on fleshy receptacle (Duchesnea, Fragaria)']

p. 1169
ADENOSTOMA fasciculatum var. fasciculatum
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] sw OR, Baja California.
'sw OR,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 10

p. 1171
CERCOCARPUS ledifolius var. intermontanus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRH, CaRH, SNH, Teh, TR, n PR (incl SnJt), GB, DMtns;
'n PR' made 'n PR (incl SnJt)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 25

p. 1180
HORKELIA
13. Lflets ± gray, lobes 2–5, 1–3 mm wide; petal 2–4 mm wide; pedicels nonglandular ..... var. daucifolia
'petioles' made 'pedicels'
2012 03 27

p. 1180
HORKELIA
13' Lflets green, lobes 5–15, < 1 mm wide; petal 4–8 mm wide; pedicels glandular ..... var. indicta
'petioles' made 'pedicels'
2012 03 27

p. 1184
HORKELIELLA congdonis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c SNH (e slope), w SNE, DMtns (Coso Range).
', DMtns (Coso Range)' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 01

p. 1191
POTENTILLA
23. St 5–20 cm; lf 2–15 cm, petiole gen < blade; CaRH, ne-most SNH, GB; 900–2000 m ..... P. millefolia
'GH' made 'GB'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1200
ROSA
1' Prickles few to many, 2–7 mm, slender, internodal prickles generally 0 in inflorescence; CaRH, n SNH, MP, n SNE ..... subsp. ultramontana
'Prickes' made 'Prickles'
2014 05 01

p. 1201
ROSA spithamea
FL: hypanthium gen 4–5 mm wide at fl, stalked-glandular, neck 3–4 mm wide; sepals gen glandular, entire, tip gen ± = body, entire; petals 10–15 mm, pink to red; pistils 10–20.
'hypanthium … glabrous, stalked-glandular' made 'hypanthium … stalked-glandular'
2013 02 28

p. 1204
RUBUS laciniatus
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as an addition to existing note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 08

p. 1215
NATURALIZED
GALIUM tricornutum
'NATIVE' made 'NATURALIZED' [font in TJM2 changed from that indicating NATIVE to that indicating NATURALIZED]
2013 10 31

p. 1215
GALIUM tricornutum
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoR, n&c SNF, n SNH, GV, SnFrB, SCoRO;
'.' made ';'
2013 10 31

p. 1215
GALIUM tricornutum
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] native to Europe.
'native to Europe.' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 31

p. 1215
GALIUM trifidum subsp. subbiflorum
[pertaining to taxon author:] (Wiegand) Puff
'Puff.' made 'Puff'
2012 04 18

p. 1218
POPULUS angustifolia
[pertaining to note:] Specimens reported as Populus angustifolia from SnBr, W&I belong instead to Populus trichocarpa; those from DMtns not seen.
'SnBr,' inserted
2012 03 27

p. 1223
SALIX, Key to Pistillate Plants
2' Fl bracts gen persistent, ± tan to black, gen hairy, tips entire
'gen hairy,' inserted
2012 04 18

p. 1223
SALIX, Key to Pistillate Plants
20. Petioles not glandular at distal end; lf margins with 0-4 teeth/cm, abaxial surface hairy ..... S. exigua (2)
20' Petioles glandular at distal end; lf margins with 5-14 teeth/cm, abaxial surface sparsely hairy or gen glabrous
21. Bud scale margins free, overlapping; petioles with a pair of glands; lf with white hairs ..... S. gooddingii (2)
21' Bud scale margins fused; petioles gen with a cluster of glands; lf with gen a mixture of white and rusty hairs ..... S. lasiandra (2)
couplets 20 and 21 in SALIX, Key to Pistillate Plants, replaced with the above [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 03 28

p. 1228
SALIX laevigata
[pertaining to general description] Tree < ± 20 m.
'15' made '± 20'
2012 11 o6

2012 04 06

p. 1228
SALIX lasiandra
PISTILLATE FL: ovary glabrous, stalk 0.8–4 mm, style 0.2–0.8 mm; nectary adaxial.
'nectary adaxial;' deleted from beginning of statement, before 'ovary glabrous …' (stating it once is sufficient)
2012 08 27

p. 1231
AESCULUS californica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c&s NW, s CaR, SNF, n&c SNH, Teh, GV (scattered near foothills), n&c CW, WTR, sw DMoj;
'n&c SNH,', 'WTR,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 1232
SARCOBATUS vermiculatus
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Batis vermiculata Hook.; Fremontia vermiculata (Hook.) Torr.; Sarcobatus maximilianii Nees
'maximillianii' made 'maximilianii' [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]
2013 08 01

p. 1249
SIMMONDSIACEAE
[pertaining to genera in family:] 1 genus, 1 sp.: sw US, Mex.
'1 genus: sw US, Mex.' made '1 genus, 1 sp.: sw US, Mex.'
2012 09 27

p. 1249
SIMMONDSIA
[pertaining to species in genus:] 1 sp.
'1 sp.' deleted
2012 09 27

p. 1254
NICOTIANA obtusifolia
[pertaining to general description] Per 2–8 dm, glandular-hairy, base often ± woody.
'Per+ 2–8 dm' made 'Per 2–8 dm' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 05

p. 1254
PETUNIA
[pertaining to unabridged note:] Expanded author citation: Petunia axillaris (Lam.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb. Evidence from chloroplast DNA, morphology, and ecology was used by Fregonezi et al. [Taxon 61:120–130. 2012] to support segregation of Calibrachoa from Petunia, as well as recognition of Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy, which was said to occur "in North America and Europe, probably as a result of introduction from South America and subsequent naturalization".
'Evidence from chloroplast DNA, morphology, and ecology was used by Fregonezi et al. [Taxon 61:120–130. 2012] to support segregation of Calibrachoa from Petunia, as well as recognition of Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy, which was said to occur "in North America and Europe, probably as a result of introduction from South America and subsequent naturalization".' added [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 03 27

p. 1254
PETUNIA parviflora
[pertaining to note:] Widely treated in Calibrachoa, which is the sister group of Petunia [Kulcheski et al. 2006 Genetica 126:3–14]; treated in Calibrachoa also by Fregonezi et al. [Taxon 61:120–130. 2012], who regarded it as native to S. Am, naturalized in N. Am, Eur.
'; treated in Calibrachoa also by Fregonezi et al. [Taxon 61:120–130. 2012], who regarded it as probably native to S.Am, naturalized in N.Am, Eur' inserted.
2012 04 04

p. 1262
BOEHMERIA
[pertaining to species in genus:] ± 50 spp.: esp trop, subtrop; Boehmeria nivea (L.) Gaudich., ramie, cult for fiber.
'subtrop.; Boehmeria' made 'subtrop; Boehmeria' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 01

p. 1259
STYRAX redivivus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRH, NCoRI, CaR, SN, ScV, SCoRO, SCo, TR, PR, DMoj;
'NCoRH, NCoRI, CaR, SN, SCoRO, TR, PR.' made 'KR, NCoRH, NCoRI, CaR, SN, ScV, SCoRO, SCo, TR, PR, DMoj;' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 03

p. 1259
STYRAX redivivus
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] sw OR.
'sw OR.' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 03

p. 1264
CENTRANTHUS ruber
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s NCo, KR, NCoRO, SNF, GV, CCo, SnFrB, SW, cultivated elsewhere;
'KR, NCoRO,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 1265
VALERIANA californica
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRH, CaR, SNH, MP, SNE (exc W&I);
', SNE (exc W&I)' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 1265
VALERIANA occidentalis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] MP;
'Wrn' made 'MP' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 1265
VALERIANA pubicarpa
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c SNH, n SNE, expected W&I;
'c SNH,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 1265
VALERIANA sitchensis subsp. scouleri
[pertaining to synonyms:] Valeriana hookeri Shuttlew.; Valeriana scouleri Rydb., illeg.
period added after 'Shuttlew'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1266
VALERIANELLA locusta
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRO, CaRH, n SN, n ScV, CCo, SnFrB;
'CaRH,', 'CCo,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 07

p. 1266
ALOYSIA wrightii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] e&s DMtns, e DSon;
', e DSon' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 1267
BUDDLEJA davidii
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as an addition to existing note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 07

p. 1271
VIOLA langsdorffii
[pertaining to common name:] ALASKA VIOLET, LANGSDORFF'S VIOLET
'LANGSDORF'S' made 'LANGSDORFF'S'
2012 03 27

p. 1272
VIOLA praemorsa subsp. linguifolia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaR, n&c SNH, MP;
'Wrn' made 'MP' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 1275
VISCACEAE
TJM2 AUTHOR: Job Kuijt
'Job Kuijt, Frank G. Hawksworth & Delbert Wiens, family description, key to genera; treatment of genera by Job Kuijt, except as noted' made 'Job Kuijt'
2012 08 15

p. 1276 (superseded by Supplement I)
PHORADENDRON
2. St canescent, esp at tip, ± red to green, rigid; spike with 1–3(7) fertile internodes; on (Larrea), Olnyea, Parkinsonia, Prosopis, Senegalia, Simmondsia; < 1200 m ..... P. californicum
'on Acacia, Cercidium, (Larrea), Olnyea, Prosopis;' made 'on (Larrea), Olnyea, Parkinsonia, Prosopis, Senegalia, Simmondsia;'
2012 06 22

p. 1276 (superseded by Supplement I)
PHORADENDRON californicum
[pertaining to ecology:] Desert, on (Larrea), Olnyea, Parkinsonia, Prosopis, Senegalia, Simmondsia;
'Desert, on Acacia, (Larrea), Olneya, Parkinsonia, Prosopis, Simmondsia;' made 'Desert, on (Larrea), Olneya, Parkinsonia, Prosopis, Senegalia, Simmondsia;'
2012 06 22

p. 1276 (superseded by Supplement I)
PHORADENDRON juniperinum
[pertaining to ecology:] Pinyon/juniper woodland, ponderosa-pine forest, on Calocedrus, Juniperus;
'Calocedrus decurrens' made 'Calocedrus'
2012 06 22

p. 1276
VISCUM
TJM2 AUTHOR:
'Job Kuijt, Frank G. Hawksworth & Delbert Wiens' deleted
2014 04 24 [on 2014 04 24, 'Job Kuijt, Frank G. Hawksworth & Delbert Wiens' deleted from this entry; on 2012 08 15, it was deleted from eFlora but not actually deleted from corrected statement in original listing of this entry (which was posted on 2012 08 15)]

p. 1279
NATIVE
KALLSTROEMIA parviflora
'NATURALIZED' made 'NATIVE' [font in TJM2 changed from that indicating NATURALIZED to that indicating NATIVE]
2013 12 11

p. 1284
CAMASSIA quamash (Pursh) Greene subsp. breviflora
[pertaining to unabridged note:] The following accessions, if verified, would represent range extensions (as indicated): UC1613512 (c SNF); UC1076526 (c SNH); UC1191233, UC421787, UC421788, UC421789, UC71741, UC72484, CHSC85122, RSA488030, JEPS55581, UC1036049, UC1004347, UC1037228, UC1036051, CHSC88127, CHSC88387 (MP). According to Doreen Smith (e-mail of 22 May 2012; archived in Eudora mailbox "Smith Doreen"), Marin Flora (Howell et al., 2007, as Camassia quamash (Pursh) Greene var. linearis (Gould) J.T. Howell), and Jeff Greenhouse (pers. comm., 23 May 2012), occurs on Pt. Reyes (CCo).
'According to Doreen Smith (e-mail of 22 May 2012; archived in Eudora mailbox "Smith Doreen"), Marin Flora (Howell et al., 2007, as Camassia quamash (Pursh) Greene var. linearis (Gould) J.T. Howell), and Jeff Greenhouse (pers. comm., 23 May 2012), occurs on Pt. Reyes (CCo).' added [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 05 23

p. 1290
ALLIUM
10' Stamens incl
'including' made 'included' [in eFlora; abbreviation 'incl' retained in TJM2]
2012 04 04}

p. 1294
ALLIUM howellii var. sanbenitense
[pertaining to taxon author:] (Traub) McNeal & T.D. Jacobsen
'Traub & Ownbey' made 'McNeal & T.D. Jacobsen
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1301
LYSICHITON americanus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, CCo;
'SnFrB' made 'CCo' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 08 22

p. 1303
ASPARAGACEAE
ST: branchlets lf-like, many, thread-like or flat, functioning as lvs.
'branchlets many' made 'branchlets lf-like, many'
2012 03 27

p. 1303
ASPARAGACEAE
LF: scale-like, papery, with a spiny spur at base or not.
'gen with a spiny spur at base' made 'with a spiny spur at base or not'
2012 03 27

p. 1303
ASPARAGACEAE
INFL: raceme, umbel, or fls 1.
rewritten from 'raceme, umbel [or fls 1].'
2012 03 27

p. 1303
ASPARAGUS
1. Lf-like branchlets 6–20 mm wide ..... A. asparagoides
'Branchlets' made 'Lf-like branchlets'
2012 03 27

p. 1303
ASPARAGUS
1' Lf-like branchlets < 1 mm wide [<= 3 mm wide in A. aethiopicus]
rewritten from 'Branchlets < 1 mm wide'
2012 04 04

p. 1303
ASPARAGUS asparagoides
INFL: axillary, umbels or fls 1.
rewritten from 'axillary umbels.'
2012 03 27

p. 1304
ASPHODELUS fistulosus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SnJV, CCo, SCo, s ChI (San Clemente Island), expected elsewhere;
'CCo' inserted [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 02 21

p. 1305
COMMELINA
[pertaining to general description] Ann [per].
'Ann, [per]' made 'Ann [per]' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora, where "per" expanded to "perennial herb']
2013 11 22

p. 1313
CAREX, Group 6
6. Peri abruptly narrowed to distinct beak
'Peri gradually narrowed to a distinct beak' made 'Peri abruptly narrowed to distinct beak'
2013 10 24

p. 1313
CAREX, Group 6
6' Peri tapered to indistinct beak
'Peri tapered to tip, beak ± 0' made 'Peri tapered to indistinct beak'
2013 10 24

p. 1317
CAREX, Group 11
2. Contraligule 3–13 mm ..... Group 11B
'(sleeve-like sheath extension above and opposite blade junction)' deleted
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1321
CAREX, Group 11H
15' Peri beaks of 1 kind, gen cylindric, smooth entire part > 0.4 mm; seasonally wet soil; < 900 m, NCo, NCoRO, CW, SCo, n ChI, WTR ..... 2C. subbracteata
'CCo, SnFrB, SCoR' collapsed to 'CW' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1321
CAREX aquatilis var. dives
[pertaining to taxon author:] (Holm) Kük.
'T. Holm' made 'Holm'
2012 03 27

p. 1324
CAREX densa
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaR, SN, GV, CCo, SnFrB, SCoRO, SCo, SnGb, PR;
'SCoRO,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 29

p. 1325
CAREX geyeri
[pertaining to common name:] GEYER'S SEDGE (Group 3)
'(Group 3)' added
2012 09 26

p. 1325
CAREX gracilior
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoRO, CaRH, n SN, ScV, CW (exc SCoRI).
'(exc (SCoRI)' made '(exc SCoRI)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1330
CAREX lenticularis var. limnophila
[pertaining to taxon author:] (Holm) Cronquist
'T. Holm' made 'Holm'
2012 03 27

p. 1330
CAREX lenticularis var. lipocarpa
[pertaining to taxon author:] (Holm) Cronquist
'T. Holm' made 'Holm'
2012 03 27

p. 1332
CAREX nudata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, KR, NCoRO, SNH, ScV, CW, WTR;
'CCo, SnFrB, SCoR' collapsed to 'CW' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1333
CAREX pansa
[pertaining to common name:] SAND DUNE SEDGE (Group 7)
'SANDDUNE' made 'SAND DUNE'
2012 11 14

p. 1333
CAREX pendula
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as an addition to existing note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 07

p. 1334
CAREX scabriuscula
[pertaining to synonyms:] Carex gigas (Holm) Mack.
'T. Holm' made 'Holm'
2012 03 27

p. 1336
CAREX scopulorum Holm var. bracteosa
'T. Holm' made 'Holm'
2012 03 27

p. 1337
CAREX stevenii
[pertaining to taxon author:] (Holm) Kalela
'T. Holm' made 'Holm'
2012 03 27

p. 1337
CAREX subbracteata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo, NCoRO, CW, SCo, n ChI, WTR;
'CCo, SnFrB, SCoR' collapsed to 'CW' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1340
CYPERUS
15. Fr body ± as long as wide
'Fr body 1.5–3 × longer than wide' made 'Fr body ± as long as wide'
2012 09 20

p. 1340
CYPERUS
15' Fr body 1.5–3 × longer than wide
'Fr body ± as long as wide' made 'Fr body 1.5–3 × longer than wide'
2012 09 20

p. 1348
ISOLEPIS levynsiana
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCo (Mendocino, Sonoma cos.);
'(Sonoma, Mendocino cos.)' made '(Mendocino, Sonoma cos.)'
2012 04 02

p. 1353
NATURALIZED
SCIRPUS cyperinus
'NATIVE' made 'NATURALIZED' [font in TJM2 changed from that indicating NATIVE to that indicating NATURALIZED]
2012 03 27

p. 1353
SCIRPUS cyperinus
[pertaining to unabridged note:] Evidently first collected in CA in 1976; several records in CCH (Mariposa Co.), most recently 2003; confirmed as "naturalized in wildlands" by Hrusa et al. (Madroño 49:61–98 2002), but also considered possibly native to CA; study of nativity needed.
'now considered' made 'also considered', 'study needed' made 'study of nativity needed' [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 03 27

p. 1353
TRICHOPHORUM pumilum
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] AK to MT, also QC, Eur, c Asia.
'AK to MT; QB, Eur, c Asia.' made 'AK to MT, also QC, Eur, c Asia.' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 05

p. 1354
ELODEA bifoliata
[pertaining to elevation:] 1300–1800 m
'365–375 m' made '1300–1800 m' [in eFlora; '1300–1800 m' added in TJM2, where no elevation was given at all]
2012 03 27

p. 1356
IRIDACEAE
7. Fl st bent ± 90° below lowest fl, spike 1-ranked; lf axils without bulblets after fl ..... [Freesia leichtlinii subsp. alba]
'[Freesia alba]' made '[Freesia leichtlinii subsp. alba]'
2012 06 25

p. 1359
IRIS pseudacorus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NCoRI, n&c SNF, w edge c SNH, GV, CW, SCo, TR;
'w edge c SNH,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 29

p. 1361
WATSONIA meriana
[pertaining to synonyms:] Watsonia bulbillifera J.W. Mathews & L. Bolus
'Watsonia bulbillifer Mathews & L. Bolus' made 'Watsonia bulbillifera J.W. Mathews & L. Bolus'
2012 04 04
Corrected in second printing

p. 1362
JUNCUS, Group 1
2. Sepals 2–4 mm
3. Flowers scattered along stem, 1 per node ..... J. bufonius var. occidentalis
3' Flowers terminal, 3–10(25) per cluster
4. Perianth green to red or pale brown; lowest bract > inflorescence ..... J. capitatus (2)
4' Perianth dark brown to ± black; lowest bract < inflorescence ..... J. planifolius
2' Sepals generally 4–10 mm
replaces couplets 2–4 [abbreviations retained in TJM2; couplet 4 moved from under 2' to under 3', 4. and 4' reversed for alphabetical order, '..... J. planifolius (2)' removed from 3', and '(2)' removed from 'J. planifolius (2)' at 4' (previously 4.)]
2013 08 05

p. 1362
JUNCUS, Group 1
1' Stem not branched, leafless, leaves basal; inflorescence or flowers terminal; stamens 2–3(–5)
'stamens 2 or 3' made 'stamens 2–3(–5)'
2013 11 13

p. 1362
JUNCUS, Group 1
15' Inflorescence bractlets 1–2, tips acute to blunt, ovate to rounded, not sheathing stem; stamens 2–4
'stamens generally 2–4' made 'stamens 2–4'
2013 11 13

p. 1362
JUNCUS, Group 2
2. Blades well developed on some upper sheaths, > 5 cm, st-like ..... J. mexicanus
comma added after 'sheaths'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1362
JUNCUS, Group 2
2' Blades 0 or < 1 cm, not st-like
'Blades 0, < 1 cm' made 'Blades 0 or < 1 cm'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1263
PARIETARIA hespera var. hespera
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SNF, c&s CCo, SCoRO, SW, s W&I, DMoj exc DMtns, DSon;
', SCoRO' added; 'DMtns' made 'DMoj exc DMtns' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 1365
JUNCUS, Group 5
1. Perianth black-striped, tips blunt, hooded, incurved; anthers >> filaments; rhizomatous; coastal salt marshes ..... J. gerardi subsp. gerardi
'J. gerardii subsp. gerardii' made 'J. gerardi subsp. gerardi'
2014 01 14

p. 1367
JUNCUS capitatus
INFL: cluster 1(15) per st; fls 2–6(25); lower bracts 5–15 mm, gen > infl, lf-like, ± keeled.
'cluster 1(15) per st' made 'clusters 1(5) per st' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 11 13

p. 1368
JUNCUS effusus subsp. austrocalifornicus
SEED: 0.4–0.6 mm, 0.2–0.25 mm wide, asymmetrical, netted, vertical lines more obvious than horizontal.
'3.5–5 mm, 2–2.2 mm wide' made '0.4–0.6 mm, 0.2–0.25 mm wide'
2012 09 28

p. 1368
JUNCUS effusus subsp. pacificus
SEED: 0.35–0.6 mm, 0.2–0.25 mm wide, brown, netted, ± asymmetrical.
'3.5–4.5 mm, 2–2.8 mm wide' made '0.35–0.6 mm, 0.2–0.25 mm wide'
2012 09 28

p. 1368
JUNCUS exiguus
SEED: 0.35–0.6 mm, 0.2–0.25 mm wide, netted.
'3–4 mm, 1.8–2.2 mm widee' made '0.35–0.6 mm, 0.2–0.25 mm wide'
2012 09 28

p. 1368
JUNCUS gerardi subsp. gerardi
'JUNCUS gerardii subsp. gerardii' made 'JUNCUS gerardi subsp. gerardi'
2014 01 14

p. 1370
JUNCUS hesperius
SEED: 0.4–0.6 mm, 0.2–0.3 mm wide, netted.
'4–5 mm, 2–2.2 mm wide' made '0.4–0.6 mm, 0.2–0.3 mm wide'
2012 09 28

p. 1372
JUNCUS supiniformis
FR: > perianth, oblong, tip acute to acuminate.
', 3.5–6.1 mm' deleted
2012 03 27

p. 1372
JUNCUS uncialis
FL: perianth parts (4)6(8), 1.7–5.3 mm, sepals gen > petals, dull; stamens 2–3, filaments > anthers, anthers < 0.7 mm.
'perianth parts 4–8' made 'perianth parts (4)6(8)'
2012 09 28

p. 1374
LUZULA
5. Cauline lf tips microscopically gen not thickened or rounded
'Cauline lvs acute, gen not thickened' made 'Cauline lf tips microscopically gen not thickened or rounded'
2012 10 10

p. 1374
LUZULA
5' Cauline lf tips microscopically gen thickened and rounded
'Cauline lvs obtuse, gen thickened' made 'Cauline lf tips microscopically gen thickened and rounded'
2012 10 10

p. 1376
CORDYLINE australis
[pertaining to ecology:] Disturbed and/or formerly cult areas;
'Disturbed and/or formerly cult areas;' added
2012 04 04

p. 378
CALOCHORTUS
3. Sepal appressed to petals; lower nectary membrane 1/3–2/3 petal width; petal generally white to pink; s CaRF, n&c SN, CW, n ChI, TR, PR ..... C. albus
'n&c SNF, CW, n ChI, WTR, SnBr, PR' made 's CaRF, n&c SN, CW, n ChI, TR, PR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 378
CALOCHORTUS
3' Sepal spreading, not appressed to petals; lower nectary membrane ± = petal width; petal rose; c&s SN (Madera, Fresno cos.) ..... C. amoenus
'c SNF (Madera, Fresno cos.), s SN' made 'c&s SN (Madera, Fresno cos.)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 378
CALOCHORTUS
9. Cauline leaves ± 0; s CaRH, SNH ..... C. minimus
's CaRH,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 379
CALOCHORTUS
10' Stem generally < 5 cm, generally simple, bulblets present; NW, CaRH, n&c CCo, SnFrB ..... C. uniflorus
'CaRH,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 379
CALOCHORTUS
11. Petal deep yellow — CaRF, sw CaRH, n&c SN ..... C. monophyllus
'CaRF, n&c SNF, n SNH' made 'CaRF, sw CaRH, n&c SN' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 379
CALOCHORTUS
13. Petal obovate to wedge-shaped; stem simple or branched; NW, CaR, n SN, n ScV, n CCo, SnFrB ..... C. tolmiei
'NW, CaRH, n ScV, n CCo, SnFrB' made 'NW, CaR, n SN, n ScV, n CCo, SnFrB' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 379
CALOCHORTUS
29. Petal with red or purple arch above nectary; nectary in yellow spot; n SNH, e edges c&s SNH, MP, s SNE ..... C. bruneaunis
'e edges c&s SNH,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 380
CALOCHORTUS
39' Petal lavender to deep purple, base generally purple-spotted, not yellow-hairy; c&s NCoRI, w edge SnJV, CW, w SW, SnJt, w edge DSon ..... C. splendens (2)
'w edge SnJV,' added; ', w edge DSon' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 380
CALOCHORTUS
45. Anther sagittate — CaRH, SNH, MP, SNE ..... C. leichtlinii
', SNE' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 1380
CALOCHORTUS albus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s CaRF, n&c SN, CW, n ChI, TR, PR.
'n&c SNF, CW, n ChI, WTR, SnBr, PR' made 's CaRF, n&c SN, CW, n ChI, TR, PR' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1380
CALOCHORTUS amoenus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c&s SN (Madera, Fresno cos.).
'c SNF (Madera, Fresno cos.), s SN' made 'c&s SN (Madera, Fresno cos.)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1381
CALOCHORTUS bruneaunis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n SNH, e edges c&s SNH, MP, s SNE;
'e edges c&s SNH,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1381
CALOCHORTUS catalinae
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s CCo, s SCoRO, w SCo, esp ChI, w edge WTR, SnGb, n PR.
's SCoRO,' added; ', w edge WTR, SnGb, n PR' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1382
CALOCHORTUS invenustus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SNF, c&s SNH, Teh, se SnFrB, SCoR, SW, DMoj.
's SNF,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1382
CALOCHORTUS leichtlinii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CaRH, SNH, MP, SNE;
', SNE' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1382
CALOCHORTUS luteus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c&s NW, CaRH, SNF, ScV, CW, n ChI.
'n ChI.' made 'n ChI;' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 03

p. 1382
CALOCHORTUS luteus
[pertaining to distribution outside california:] sw OR.
'sw OR.' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 06 03

p. 1382
CALOCHORTUS luteus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c&s NW, CaR, SNF, GV, CW, n ChI.
'c&s NW, CaRH, SNF, ScV, CW, n ChI' made 'c&s NW, CaR, SNF, GV, CW, n ChI' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1382
CALOCHORTUS minimus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s CaRH, SNH.
's CaRH,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1382
CALOCHORTUS monophyllus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] CaRF, sw CaRH, n&c SN;
'CaRF, n&c SNF, n SNH' made 'CaRF, sw CaRH, n&c SN' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1383
CALOCHORTUS obispoensis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c CCo (e), s SCoRO (San Luis Obispo Co.).
'c CCo (e),' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1383
CALOCHORTUS plummerae
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SCo, TR, PR.
'TR,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1383
CALOCHORTUS splendens
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c&s NCoRI, w edge SnJV, CW, w SW, SnJt, w edge DSon;
'w edge SnJV,' added; ', w edge DSon' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1383
CALOCHORTUS striatus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SNF, w DMoj;
's SNF,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1383
CALOCHORTUS superbus
FL: perianth bell-shaped, base narrowed, parts centrally dark-blotched in bright yellow zone; sepals 20–40 mm; petals 20–40 mm, white to ± yellow or lavender, generally purple-lined near base, sparsely short-hairy near nectary, nectary not depressed, 1 crescent or chevron densely short-brown-hairy; filaments 7–9 mm, slender to dilated below, anthers 8–10 mm, lance-linear to -oblong, acute to obtuse, white to light yellow.
'perianth bell-shaped, based narrowed' made 'perianth bell-shaped, base narrowed'
2013 08 05

p. 1384
CALOCHORTUS tolmiei
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaR, n SN, n ScV, n CCo, SnFrB;
'NW, CaRH, n ScV, n CCo, SnFrB' made 'NW, CaR, n SN, n ScV, n CCo, SnFrB; [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 06

p. 1384
CALOCHORTUS uniflorus
[pertaining to common name:] PINK STAR-TULIP
'LARGE-FLOWERED MARIPOSA LILY' made 'PINK STAR-TULIP'
2013 08 05

p. 1384
CALOCHORTUS uniflorus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaRH, n&c CCo, SnFrB;
'CaRH,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 1384
CALOCHORTUS venustus – HOLD on possibly adding anything
[in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 07

p. 1390
LILIUM
FL: generally radial, generally bell- or funnel-shaped; perianth parts 6 in 2 petal-like whorls, ± lanceolate, base narrowed, generally red-purple-spotted adaxially; stamens 6, gen exceeding to much exceeding perianth, anthers attached at middle (measures are after dehiscence); style 1, stigma 3-lobed.
'gen exceeding to much exceeding perianth,' added after 'stamens 6,'
2013 10 10

p. 1391
LILIUM bolanderi
FL: narrowly bell-shaped, not fragrant; perianth parts 3–4.7 cm, ± recurved in distal 20–40%, red or magenta (salmon, pale yellow), adaxially basal 30–50% often ± yellow; stamens exceeded by to held at same level as perianth, filaments ± parallel, anthers 3–8 mm, ± red or magenta, pollen red-brown, orange, or yellow; pistil 2–3.5 cm.
'stamens <= perianth' made 'stamens exceeded by to held at same level as perianth'
2013 10 10

p. 1391
LILIUM columbianum
FL: widely bell-shaped, not fragrant; perianth parts 3.4–7.1 cm, reflexed in distal 50–60%, orange (often ± red abaxially); stamens ± exceeding perianth, filaments spreading, anthers 5–13 mm, ± yellow, pollen orange or yellow; pistil 2.4–3.7 cm.
'stamens ± > perianth' made 'stamens ± exceeding perianth'
2013 10 10

p. 1391
LILIUM humboldtii
FL: ± widely bell-shaped, not fragrant; perianth parts generally 5.6–9.5 cm, reflexed in distal 80%, orange or yellow, adaxially ridged basally; filaments diverging widely, anthers 11–19 mm, purple, pollen red-brown to tan-yellow; pistil 4.5–7.1 cm.
'stamens >> perianth,' deleted
2013 10 10

p. 1392
LILIUM kelleyanum
FL: ± widely bell-shaped, mild-fragrant; perianth parts 4.2–6 cm, reflexed in distal 60%, yellow or yellow-orange; filaments diverging, anthers 3–6 mm, magenta or dull red, pollen orange, tan-orange, or red-brown; pistil 2.5–3.5 cm.
'stamens > perianth,' deleted
2013 10 10

p. 1392
LILIUM kelloggii
FL: ± widely bell-shaped, fragrant; perianth parts 3.2–7.2 cm, reflexed in distal 67%, pink to white, generally aging pink, midrib yellow; filaments diverging, anthers 5–14 mm, pale red-orange or magenta, pollen orange; pistil 2.9–4 .2 cm.
'stamens > perianth,' deleted
2013 10 10

p. 1392
LILIUM maritimum
FL: bell-shaped, not fragrant; perianth parts 3.4–5 cm, elliptic, reflexed or rolled in distal 20–50%, red or red-orange, darker spots concentrated mid-basally, surrounded by light orange (or yellow-green); stamens held at same level as perianth, filaments ± parallel, anthers 4–12 mm, light magenta, pollen orange; pistil 2.2–3.2 cm.
'stamens = perianth' made 'stamens held at same level as perianth'
2013 10 10

p. 1392
LILIUM occidentale
FL: ± widely bell-shaped, not fragrant; perianth parts 4.3–8.1 cm, reflexed in distal 60%, ± 2-toned, adaxially red to maroon (orange) on distal 50–60%, base yellow to green, with a band of orange or yellow between or not, abaxially strongly green on basal 40–50%; filaments ± parallel, anthers 5–14 mm, dull red or magenta, pollen generally red-brown (± orange); pistil 3–5.5 cm.
'stamens > perianth,' deleted
2013 10 10

p. 1392
LILIUM pardalinum
FL: ± widely bell-shaped, generally not fragrant; perianth parts 3.4–10.4 cm, reflexed in distal 67–75%, generally ± 2-toned, adaxially generally pale orange to red on distal 25–60%, lighter near base, with maroon spots near tip margined yellow or orange, abaxially paler and green on basal ± 20%; filaments ± widely diverging, anthers 6–2.2 mm, ± magenta to orange or yellow, turning darker, pollen red-brown to yellow, turning lighter; pistil 3–8 cm.
'stamens > or >> perianth,' deleted
2013 10 10

p. 1392
LILIUM pardalinum
FL: ± widely bell-shaped, generally not fragrant; perianth parts 3.4–10.4 cm, reflexed in distal 67–75%, generally ± 2-toned, adaxially generally pale orange to red on distal 25–60%, lighter near base, with maroon spots near tip margined yellow or orange, abaxially paler and green on basal ± 20%; filaments ± widely diverging, anthers 5–22 mm, ± magenta to orange or yellow, turning darker, pollen red-brown to yellow, turning lighter; pistil 3–8 cm.
'anthers 6–2.2 mm' made 'anthers 5–22 mm'
2014 07 02

p. 1392
LILIUM parryi
FL: generally ± bilateral, funnel-shaped, strongly fragrant; perianth parts 7.7–10.7 cm (inner wider), ± oblanceolate, recurved in distal 40%, bright yellow, maroon spots generally sparse, minute; stamens ± exceeding perianth, filaments ± parallel, anthers 8–14 mm, pale magenta-brown, pollen rusty- or brown-orange; pistil 5.3–9.3 cm.
'stamens ± > perianth' made 'stamens ± exceeding perianth'
2013 10 10

p. 1392
LILIUM parvum
FL: ± bilateral or not, ± funnel-shaped, not fragrant; perianth parts 3.2–4.2 cm (outer wider), ± recurved in distal 33–40%, adaxially light orange to red (± pink) on distal 40%, lighter near base, uniformly light orange or not (yellow), abaxially paler; stamens ± exceeding perianth, filaments ± diverging, anthers 3–8 mm, pale yellow, ± orange, or magenta, pollen ± yellow to red-orange; pistil 2.3–3.7 cm.
'stamens ± > perianth' made 'stamens ± exceeding perianth'
2013 10 10

p. 1392
LILIUM rubescens
FL: funnel-shaped, fragrant; perianth parts 4.2–6.6 cm (inner wider, strongly oblanceolate), recurved in distal 33–50%, adaxially white, turning pink-purple, magenta spots minute, abaxially often ± red or ± purple; stamens held at same level as perianth, filaments ± parallel except distally, anthers 4–8 mm, pale yellow, pollen yellow; pistil 2.7–3.8 cm.
'stamens = perianth' made 'stamens held at same level as perianth'
2013 10 10

p. 1392
LILIUM washingtonianum
FL: generally ± bilateral, ± funnel-shaped, strongly fragrant; perianth parts generally 6.2–11.3 cm (inner wider, strongly oblanceolate), recurved in distal 25–33%, white, turning deep pink or not, magenta spots minute; stamens ± exceeding perianth, filaments ± parallel, anthers 8–15 mm, off-white or cream, pollen yellow or cream; pistil 7.5–10.4 cm.
'stamens ± > perianth' made 'stamens ± exceeding perianth'
2013 10 10

p. 1395
TOXICOSCORDION
[pertaining to toxicity:] All taxa highly TOXIC (gen unpalatable) to livestock, humans from alkaloids (esp in bulbs).
'All taxa highly TOXIC (gen unpalatable) to livestock, humans from alkaloids (esp in bulbs); caused serious illness to some members of Lewis and Clark Expedition.' made 'All taxa highly TOXIC (gen unpalatable) to livestock, humans from alkaloids (esp in bulbs).'
2014 04 22 [on 2014 04 22, '; caused serious illness to some members of Lewis and Clark Expedition' deleted from this entry; on 2013 01 07, it was deleted from eFlora but not actually deleted from corrected statement in original listing of this entry (which was posted on 2013 01 07)]

p. 1397
TRILLIUM
3' Stamens ± 2 × pistil; fl odor gen sweet rose-like or ± spicy; NW, CaR, n SN, SnFrB
'ovary' made 'pistil'
2013 03 15

p. 1398
ORCHIDACEAE
[pertaining to note:] Platanthera may be paraphyletic without inclusion of Piperia (Bateman et al. 2009 Ann Bot 104:431–445); study needed.
NOTE added
2013 08 05

p. 1405
PLATANTHERA yosemitensis
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] c SNH (Yosemite National Park), s SNH.
', s SNH' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 30

p. 1405
POACEAE
FR: grain, sometimes achene- or utricle-like.
'grain (rarely achene-like)' made 'grain, sometimes achene- or utricle-like'
2013 09 25

p. 1406
POACEAE
1. Lf blade base constricted above sheath, forming false petiole; st woody ..... [PHYLLOSTACHYS]
'Lf base constricted to form false petiole' made 'Lf blade base constricted above sheath, forming false petiole'
2012 04 04

p. 1406
POACEAE
1' Lf blade base not constricted, not forming false petiole, forming open or closed tubular sheath; st gen herbaceous
'Lf base forming open or closed tubular sheath' made 'Lf blade base not constricted, not forming false petiole, forming open or closed tubular sheath'
2012 04 04

p. 1406
POACEAE
4' Lf blades gen soft, rounded to acute, but not sharp-pointed (exc Blepharidachne, Munroa), not conspicuously arranged in 2 vertical rows (exc Muhlenbergia asperifolia)
'(exc Muhlenbergia asperifolia)' added
2012 03 27

p. 1408
POACEAE
29. Annual or short-live perennial herb without stolons or rhizomes; upper floret compressed side-to-side; naturalized, disturbed areas, slopes, NCoRO, SnJV, s CCo, SCoRO, SCo, WTR, PR ..... MELINIS
29' Perennial herb from stolons or rhizomes; upper floret compressed front-to-back; native, sandy soils, dunes, e SCo, D ..... Panicum urvilleanum
couplet inserted after 28'; the number of each couplet from 29 through 59 increased by 1, making them 30 through 60
2013 11 07

p. 1409
POACEAE, Group 2
6. Inflorescence spike-like; spikelet bases +/- embedded in 1 side of flattened, thickened axis —–> STENOTAPHRUM
6' Inflorescence panicle-like or a series of paired, digitate, or racemose branches; spikelets not embedded, on 1 or more sides of rounded, unthickened axes
couplet inserted after 1'; the number of each couplet from 6 through 10 increased by 1, making them 7 through 11
2013 11 07

p. 1410
POACEAE, Group 3
9. Glume 1 (exc in uppermost spikelets; 0 in Elymus californicus)
'(exc in uppermost spikelets)' made '(exc in uppermost spikelets; 0 in Elymus californicus)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 11 08

p. 1412
POACEAE, Group 6
4' Lemma awned (sometimes awnless in Avena sativa)
'(sometimes awnless in Avena sativa)' added
2013 11 08

p. 1412
POACEAE, Group 6
26' Lf sheath open for at least 1/2 its length (exc in Festuca rubra); spikelet gen < 1 cm; lemma tip entire, occ minutely 2-toothed; ovary tip glabrous or hairy ..... FESTUCA (2)
'lemma tip entire' made 'lemma tip entire, occ minutely 2-toothed' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
'ovary tip glabrous' made 'ovary tip glabrous or hairy'
2013 10 30

p. 1415
AGROSTIS humilis
[pertaining to general description] Per, cespitose, occ rhizomatous; 56–50 cm, erect to ascending.
'56–50 cm' made '5–50 cm'
2012 08 20

p. 1416
AGROSTIS stolonifera
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaR, n SNF, SNH, SN, CW, SW (exc ChI), SNE, DMtns;
'n SN' made 'n SNF, SNH'; 'W&I' made 'SNE' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 29

p. 1421
ARRHENATHERUM elatius
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as an addition to existing note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 06

p. 1423
middle left of plate
'Anthoxanthum nitens subsp. nitens' made 'Anthoxanthum odoratum'
2013 11 20

p. 1423
middle of plate
'Anthoxanthum odoratum' made 'Anthoxanthum nitens subsp. nitens'
'spikelet' deleted
'glume' made 'sterile floret' (in 2 places)
2013 11 20

p. 1423
middle of plate (for Anthoxanthum occidentale)
'spikelet' deleted
'glume' made 'sterile floret' (in 2 places)
2013 11 20

p. 1426
BRIZA maxima
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, w CaR, n SN, ScV, CW (exc SCoRI), SCo, WTR, PR (upper San Diego River), ne MP;
'NCo, NCoRO, n SNF, n CCo, n&c SCoRO, n SCo' made 'NW, w CaR, n SN, ScV, CW (exc SCoRI), SCo, WTR, PR (upper San Diego River), ne MP' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 03 13

p. 1426
BRIZA minor
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaRF, SN, GV, CW (exc SCoRI), SCo, WTR, PR, DSon (Rancho Mirage);
'NCo, NCoRO, n&c SNF, s ScV, n SnJV, CCo, SnFrB, n SCoRO, DSon (Rancho Mirage)' made 'NW, CaRF, SN, GV, CW (exc SCoRI), SCo, WTR, PR, DSon (Rancho Mirage)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 03 13

p. 1426
BROMUS
6' Inflorescence loose to compact, at least some pedicels > spikelets; spikelets not crowded or overlapping, stalk often visible; stem 30–120 cm, erect; stem, leaves often hairy; ligule generally < 4 mm
'stem 50–120 cm' made 'stem 30–120 cm'
2014 08 09

p. 1429
NATURALIZED
BROMUS berteroanus
'NATIVE' made 'NATURALIZED' [font in TJM2 changed from that indicating NATIVE to that indicating NATURALIZED]
2012 04 10

p. 1429
BROMUS berteroanus
[pertaining to general description] Ann 30–60 cm, often tufted.
'15–20' made '30–60'
2012 08 21

p. 1429
BROMUS berteroanus
SPIKELET: 15–20 mm, not strongly flattened; glumes glabrous, lower 8–16 mm, 1(3)-veined, upper 10–18 mm, 3(5)-veined; florets 3–9; lemma 6–15 mm, back rounded, hairy, teeth 1–3 mm, awn-like to acuminate, awn (7)14–22 mm, bent, twisted below middle.
'teeth 3–5 mm, awn-like' made 'teeth 1–3 mm, awn-like'
2012 08 21

p. 1429
BROMUS catharticus var. catharticus
SPIKELET: 15–30 mm; glumes glabrous, scabrous, or occ hairy, lower 6–12 mm, upper 8–14 mm, 5–7(9)-veined; lemma 10–17 mm, glabrous or slightly hairy, veins (9)11–13-veined, prominent for most of their length; awn 0–3.5 mm; anthers 0.5–1.3 mm.
'awn 0.5–3.5 mm' made 'awn 0–3.5 mm'
2013 02 22

p. 1430
BROMUS madritensis subsp. madritensis
[pertaining to flowering time:] Apr–Jun
'Jan' made 'Jun'
2012 03 27

p. 1430
BROMUS maritimus
[pertaining to general description] Perennial herb 20–80 cm.
'22–80' made '20–80'
2014 08 09

p. 1430
BROMUS maritimus
INFL: 9–20 cm, dense, spikelets overlapping; branches ascending to erect, < spikelets.
'45–150 cm' made '9–20 cm'
2014 07 08

p. 1432
CALAMAGROSTIS
12' Glumes scabrous across entire surface, rarely smooth, projections along keel often bent, tips acuminate; spikelets (3.5)4–4.5(5.2) mm ..... var. langsdorffii
'langsdorfii' made 'langsdorffii'
2012 03 27

p. 1432
CALAMAGROSTIS canadensis (Michx.) P. Beauv. var. langsdorffii
'langsdorfii' made 'langsdorffii'
2012 04 04

p. 1436
CORTADERIA
delete '[pertaining to common name:] PURPLE PAMPAS GRASS, JUBATA GRASS'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1436
CRYPSIS
FR: utricle-like, when wet gelatinous with seed emergent from split ovary wall.
entire FRUIT statement added
2013 09 25

p. 1436
CRYPSIS alopecuroides
INFL: 15–65 mm, 4–6 mm wide, cylindric, exserted from subtending sheath.
'15–65 cm' made '15–65 mm'
2013 11 15

p. 1436
CRYPSIS vaginiflora
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Crypsis niliaca Fig. & De Not.
'niliacea' made 'niliaca' [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]
2014 03 14

p. 1436
CORTADERIA jubata
add '[pertaining to common name:] PURPLE PAMPAS GRASS, JUBATA GRASS'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1437
DACTYLOCTENIUM
FR: utricle-like, seed falling free from outer wall.
'utricle' made 'utricle-like'
2014 07 24

p. 1441
DISSANTHELIUM californicum
[pertaining to note:] Presumed extinct in TJM (1993); rediscovered on Santa Catalina Island in 2005, on San Clemente Island in 2010.
'Believed extirpated on San Clemente Island' made 'Presumed extinct in TJM (1993)'
2012 03 27

p. 1442
ECHINOCHLOA
1. Lower lemma generally unawned; spikelets, especially those near the base of inflorescence, not breaking free at maturity; upper lemma > upper glume in length, width ..... [E. esculenta]
'upper lemma wider, > upper glume at maturity, exposed at maturity' made 'upper lemma > upper glume in length, width'
2013 11 19

p. 1442
ECHINOCHLOA
1' Lower lemma often awned; spikelets breaking free at maturity; upper lemma < to ± > upper glume in length, width
'upper lemma not or scarcely exceeding upper glume in length and width at maturity' made 'upper lemma < to ± > upper glume in length, width'
2013 11 19

p. 1442
ECHINOCHLOA colona
SPIKELET: 2–3 mm, 1–1.5 mm wide, pubescent to strigose; lower glume 1–1.5 mm; upper glume ± = spikelet; florets ± equal; lower floret sterile (staminate); lower lemma unawned; upper lemma with a strongly differentiated, early withering tip; palea ± = lemma.
'upper lemma ± = upper glume with a strongly differentiated, early withering tip' made 'upper lemma with a strongly differentiated, early withering tip'
2013 11 19

p. 1442
ECHINOCHLOA crus-pavonis (Kunth) Schult. var. crus-pavonis
SPIKELET: 2.5–3.4 mm, 1.2–1.4 mm wide; lower glume 1–1.75 mm; upper glume ± = spikelet; lower floret ± = upper, sterile; lower lemma awn (0)3–10(15) mm, curved; upper lemma narrowly elliptic, acute or obtuse, with a well-differentiated, early-withering tip; lower palea > 1/2 lower lemma length.
'upper lemma narrowly elliptic, not or scarcely > upper glume, acute or obtuse, with a well-differentiated, early-withering tip' made 'upper lemma narrowly elliptic, acute or obtuse, with a well-differentiated, early-withering tip'
2013 11 19

p. 1442
SPIKELET: 3.7–7 mm, 2–2.5 mm wide, broadly ovate to ovate; lower glume 0.9–2.8(4) mm, upper glume ± = spikelet; lower floret slightly < upper, sterile; lower lemma ± = spikelet, awn generally to 5 cm; upper lemma broadly elliptic with ± green tip; lower palea well developed.
', upper lemma ± = to upper glume, broadly elliptic with ± green tip' made '; upper lemma broadly elliptic with ± green tip'
2013 11 19

p. 1444
ELEUSINE
FR: utricle-like, seed free from thin ovary wall.
'utricle' made 'utricle-like'
2013 09 25

p. 1444
ELYMUS
SPIKELET: compressed laterally, glumes gen lanceolate to awn-like, occ 0, awned from tip or not; florets 1–11; breaking apart above glumes and between florets; lemma gen > glumes, gen rounded, 5–7-veined, tip acute to awned, awn straight or curved outward; palea <, =, or > lemma or 0; anthers 3(1), 1–8 mm.
'lemma … tip acute to awned' made 'lemma … tip gen acute to awned'
2013 02 26

p. 1444
ELYMUS
[pertaining to note:] References to number of spikelets per node is best understood as "most, if not all" and best determined by examining nodes in middle of infl. Intergeneric and interspecific hybrids, along with effects of soil moisture on pl growth, render keys even more challenging and frustrating than usual. As treated here, genus incl taxa previously assigned to Agropyron (in part), Elytrigia, Leymus, Pascopyrum, Pseudoroegneria, and Taeniatherum. Elymus ×aristatus Merr., Elymus arizonicus (Scribn. & J.G. Sm.) Gould, Elymus canadensis L., Elymus interruptus Buckley, Agropyron junceum (L.) P. Beauv. [Thinopyrum junceum (L.) Á. Löve], and Elymus pycnanthus (Godr.) Melderis [Thinopyrum pycnanthum (Godr.) Barkworth] have been reported for CA, may occur sporadically, but do not appear to have become naturalized. Intergeneric hybrids involving Hordeum constitute the genus ×Elyhordeum and are cited in spp. descriptions. Elymus farctus (Viv.) Melderis subsp. boreo-atlanticus (Simonet & Guin.) Melderis [Elytrigia juncea (L.) Nevski subsp. boreo-atlantica (Simonet & Guin.) Hylander] naturalized, under eradication at Oceano Dunes.
'Elytrigia juncea (L.) Nevski subsp. boreali-atlantica (Simonet & Guin.) Hylander,' deleted (from list of taxa that do not appear to have become naturalized)
'Intergeneric hybrids involving Hordeum constitute the genus ×Elyhordeum. They are cited in spp. descriptions.' made 'Intergeneric hybrids involving Hordeum constitute the genus ×Elyhordeum and are cited in spp. descriptions.'
'Elymus farctus (Viv.) Melderis subsp. boreo-atlanticus (Simonet & Guin.) Melderis [Elytrigia juncea (L.) Nevski subsp. boreo-atlantica (Simonet & Guin.) Hylander] naturalized, under eradication at Oceano Dunes.' added
2012 08 17

p. 1448
ENNEAPOGON desvauxii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] e DMoj;
'e DMtns' made 'e DMoj' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 08 05

p. 1451
FESTUCA
TJM2 AUTHOR: James P. Smith, Jr. & Susan G. Aiken
'Susan Aikin' made 'Susan G. Aiken'
2013 08 05

p. 1451
FESTUCA
SPIKELET: glumes 2, < lowest floret, unequal, lower sometimes minute, 1–3-veined, upper 3–5-veined; axis breaking above glumes and between florets, florets (1)2–10(17), gen bisexual; lemma 3–5(7)-veined, base gen glabrous, tip entire, occ minutely 2-toothed, awn 0 or terminal, gen straight, glabrous; palea ± = lemma; stamens 3 or 1.
'lemma base gen glabrous, 3–5(7)-veined, not converging at tip; awn (when present) gen terminal, straight, glabrous;' made 'lemma 3–5(7)-veined, base gen glabrous, tip entire, occ minutely 2-toothed, awn 0 or terminal, gen straight, glabrous;' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 11 08

p. 1451
FESTUCA
[pertaining to note:] As treated here, incl ×Festulpia, ×Festulolium, Leucopoa, Lolium, ×Schedolium, ×Schedololium, Schedonorus, and Vulpia. Lolium rigidum Gaudin (combination in Festuca evidently not available), native to Europe and Africa, has been found sporadically as an urban and agricultural weed, but has not been collected in recent yrs and is doubtfully naturalized.
'Festuca rigida (Gaudin) Columbus & J.P. Smith [Lolium rigidum Gaudin], native to Europe and Africa, has been found sporadically as an urban and agricultural weed, but has not been collected in recent yrs and is doubtfully naturalized.' made 'Lolium rigidum Gaudin (combination in Festuca evidently not available), native to Europe and Africa, has been found sporadically as an urban and agricultural weed, but has not been collected in recent yrs and is doubtfully naturalized.' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 08 05

p. 1451
FESTUCA
7' Lower glume generally > 3 mm, >= 1/2 upper glume (2–3 mm, < 1/2 upper glume in some Festuca microstachys)
'> 1/2 upper glume' made '>= 1/2 upper glume'
2013 11 26

p. 1452
FESTUCA bromoides
SPIKELET: 5–10 mm; lower glume 3.5–5 mm, upper 4.5–8 mm; florets 4–7; lemma 5.5–8 mm, awn 2.5–12 mm, scabrous.
'glumes 3.5–8 mm, ± equal' made 'lower glume 3.5–5 mm, upper 4.5–8 mm'
2013 11 26

p. 1454
FESTUCA pratensis
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as an addition to existing note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 07

p. 1458
HORDEUM
2. Infl axis gen remaining intact at maturity; lateral spikelets sessile (stalked in sterile pls); glume margins not ciliate ..... [H. vulgare]
2' Infl axis breaking apart at maturity; lateral spikelets stalked; glume margins ciliate ..... H. murinum
Lead 2., H. murinum, reversed with 2', [H. vulgare], because subspp. murinum, glaucum, and leporinum (couplets 3 & 4) belong to (as well as under) H. murinum (even though the change puts the leads out of alphabetical order, the shorter lead still comes first)
2012 05 09

p. 1459
HORDEUM jubatum subsp. jubatum
[pertaining to synonyms:] Hordeum jubatum var. caespitosum (Scribn.) Hitchc.
'cespitosum' made 'caespitosum'
2013 03 28

p. 1460
KOELERIA
1. Annual; inflorescence axis, branches glabrous; glumes, lower lemmas papillate to coarse-hairy on back ..... K. gerardi
'K. gerardii' made 'K. gerardi'
2014 01 14

p. 1460
KOELERIA gerardi
'KOELERIA gerardii' made 'KOELERIA gerardi'
2014 01 14

p. 1468
ORCUTTIA inaequalis
[pertaining to synonyms:] Orcuttia californica var. inaequalis (Hoover) Hoover
'ineaqualis' made 'inaequalis'
2012 08 17

p. 1471
PASPALUM distichum
ST: 5–63 cm, erect; nodes glabrous.
'0.5–6.3 dm' made '5–63 cm'
2013 02 21

p. 1471
PASPALUM urvillei
ST: 50–220 cm, erect; nodes glabrous or pubescent.
'0.5–2.2 m' made '50–220 cm'
2013 02 21

p. 1471
PASPALUM urvillei
WEEDINESS: Potentially problematic weed
'Potentially problematic weed' added [to replace removed broken diamond symbol in TJM2 (as a note), and 'Weed listed by Cal-IPC' in eFlora]
2013 08 07

p. 1471
PASPALUM vaginatum
ST: 10–79 cm, erect; nodes glabrous.
'1–7.9 dm' made '10–79 cm'
2013 02 21

p. 1472
PHALARIS
LF: sheath open, glabrous, occ recurved; ligule membranous, glabrous, entire, acuminate or truncate; blade gen 2–5 dm, 1–2.5 cm wide, flat.
'blade gen 2–5 dm, 1–2.5 cm, flat' made 'blade gen 2–5 dm, 1–2.5 cm wide, flat' ('wide' inserted)
2013 02 21

p. 1473
NEOSTAPFIA colusana (top of page, figure at right)
'glume' made 'lemma' in 2 (both) places [in TJM2; illustrations not presented in eFlora]
2013 02 28

p. 1474
PHALARIS aquatica
ST: 4–20 dm, swollen at base.
'4–2 dm' made '4–20 dm'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1474
PHALARIS brachystachys
INFL: 1.5–5 cm, ± 1.5–1.8 cm wide.
'mm' made 'cm' in both places
2013 09 26

p. 1474
PHALARIS minor
[pertaining to elevation:] < 1000 m.
'300' made '1000'
2013 11 05

p. 1474
PHALARIS paradoxa
INFL: 3–9 cm, 1–2 cm wide, obovate to oblong; base tapered; tip truncate to acuminate; spikelets in clusters of 6–7, cluster falling as 1 unit; fertile spikelet gen surrounded by 5–6(7) sterile spikelets; sterile spikelet reduced, vestigial or = fertile.
'3–9 cm, 1–2 mm wide' made '3–9 cm, 1–2 cm wide'
2013 02 21

p. 1475
PLEUROPOGON californicus
[pertaining to unabridged note:] Expanded author citation: Pleuropogon californicus (Nees) Benth. ex Vasey
'Benth' made 'Benth.' [in eFlora; no unabridged notes in TJM2]
2012 07 12

p. 1475
PLEUROPOGON californicus var. californicus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] NW, CaRF, n&c SNF, GV, CW (exc SCoRI).
'(exc (SCoRI)' made '(exc SCoRI)' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1476
POA
2. Callus glabrous — upper fls of spikelet often pistillate
'2. Callus glabrous; upper fls of spikelet often pistillate' made '2. Callus glabrous — upper fls of spikelet often pistillate'
2012 04 18

p. 1477
POA
18. St-lf blades strongly reduced upward, uppermost < 1/8 sheath length; lemma keel and marginal veins clearly hairy; pl densely cespitose (see 31. for subspp.) ..... P. fendleriana (2)
'(see 31' for subspp.)' made '(see 31. for subspp.)'
2012 09 25

p. 1479
POA fendleriana subsp. longiligula
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] SNH, SnBr, PR, GB, DMtns;
'SnBr, PR' inserted [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 09 04

p. 1480
POA pratensis subsp. pratensis
[pertaining to note:] Widely planted as lawn or pasture grass. Poa pratensis subsp. agassizensis (B. Boivin & D. Löve) R.L. Taylor & MacBryde is widespread and hypothetically native in CA and N.Am, has dense infl < 6 cm with smooth branches, lf firm and folded, sterile shoot blade upper surface often sparsely soft-hairy; Poa pratensis subsp. angustifolia (L.) Lej., native of Medit Eurasia, probably introduced in CA, has long, folded sterile ± firm shoots gen < 0.5 mm wide, sometimes hairy as in Poa pratensis subsp. agassizensis, narrowly triangular open infl with smooth ascending branches.
'MacBryd' made 'MacBryde'
2012 11 01

p. 1480
POA secunda subsp. juncifolia
[pertaining to note:] Poa ×limosa Scribn. & T.A. Williams (Lassen Co. blue grass) is a set of hybrids between Poa secunda subsp. juncifolia and Poa pratensis; 2n=63–64; low ground, often saline meadows; 800–2000 m; range of subsp. juncifolia.
'blue-grass' made 'blue grass'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1482
POLYPOGON
LF: sheath open, loosely enclosing st, glabrous; ligule thinly membranous, obtuse to truncate, minutely ciliate to toothed; blades ± cauline, flat, scabrous, veins minutely prickly at 10×.
'at 10×' made 'at 10×.'
2012 10 10

p. 1486
SETARIA
4. Spikelet ± 2 mm; panicle 3–8 cm; lf blades 3–12 mm wide ..... S. viridis
'lf blades 4–12 mm wide' made 'lf blades 3–12 mm wide'
2012 11 01

p. 1486
SETARIA
5' Rhizomes present; upper glume > 0.5 × upper lemma; spikelet gen < 2.8 mm, gen <= 1.5 mm wide
'width gen <= 1.5 mm wide' made 'gen <= 1.5 mm wide'
2013 02 21

p. 1488
SPARTINA
FR: achene-like, seed free from thin ovary wall.
entire FRUIT statement added
2013 09 25

p. 1489
SPHENOPHOLIS obtusata
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] n SNF (Amador Co.), s SNH (Fresno Co.), ne SCo (Santa Ana River), SnBr, s-c PR (Cuyamaca Mtns), SNE;
'W&I' made 'SNE' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2013 10 04

p. 1489
SPOROBOLUS
FR: utricle-like, when wet gelatinous with seed emergent from split ovary wall.
'1–3 mm, generally falling from floret, generally gelatinous when wet' made 'utricle-like, when wet gelatinous with seed emergent from split ovary wall'
2013 09 25

p. 1489
SPOROBOLUS cryptandrus
[pertaining to synonyms:] Sporobolus nealleyi Vasey misappl. from San Luis Obispo Co.
'Sprolobolus' made 'Sporobolus' [in eFlora; abbreviated to 'S.' in TJM2 so not an issue there]
2012 04 04

p. 1490
STENOTAPHRUM
INFL: spike-like, infl branches, pedicels reduced, ± embedded, with spikelet bases, in flattened, straight or wavy, thickened axis.
'raceme- to panicle-like; 1° branches appressed, axis straight or wavy, tip awl-like; spikelets short-stalked to embedded in axis, subtended by 1+ bristles.' made 'spike-like, infl branches, pedicels reduced, ± embedded, with spikelet bases, in flattened, straight or wavy, thickened axis.'
2013 11 07

p. 1494
STIPA miliacea var. miliacea
[pertaining to synonyms:] Piptatherum miliaceum (L.) Coss.
'Piptatherum miliaceum (L.) Coss. subsp. miliaceum' made 'Piptatherum miliaceum (L.) Coss.'
2012 05 17

p. 1494
STIPA miliacea var. miliacea
[pertaining to unabridged synonyms:] Oryzopsis miliacea (L.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Asch. & Schweinf.'; Piptatherum miliaceum (L.) Coss. subsp. miliaceum
'; Piptatherum miliaceum (L.) Coss. subsp. miliaceum' added [in eFlora; unabridged synonyms not in TJM2]
2012 05 17

p. 1496
TRIDENS muticus var. muticus
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] ne PR, D;
'ne PR,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 07 30

p. 1497
TRISETUM projectum
'Per' moved to after common name
2012 04 04

p. 1498
VAHLODEA atropurpurea
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR (Marble Mtns, Trinity Alps), CaRH (Mount Shasta);
', W&I (White Mtns)' deleted [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27

p. 1498
VENTENATA dubia
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] KR, NCoRH (Lake Co.), CaRH, n SNH (Nevada Co.), MP;
'KR' moved from before CaRH to correct position in sequence [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1501
POTAMOGETON
20. Lvs thin, not conspicuously 2-ranked, vein 1, not fine ..... 2P. diversifolius
'veins not fine' made 'vein 1, not fine'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1502
POTAMOGETON diversifolius
LF: submersed sessile, ± 6 cm, 1–5 mm wide, linear, thin, tip acute, vein 1; stipules sheath-like basally, liguled, < 1 cm, fused to blade base for ± 1/4–1/2 stipule length, or 1–15 mm; floating petiole < 2 × blade, blade 0.5–3 cm, 0.3–0.8 mm wide, elliptic, tapered at base, tapered or rounded at tip.
'tip acute, veins, stipules sheath-like basally' made 'tip acute, vein 1; stipules sheath-like basally' in eFlora; for second printing, comma used instead of semicolon, incorrectly
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1502
POTAMOGETON foliosus subsp. fibrillosus
[pertaining to note:] All pls in Yellowstone National Park sampled for DNA are hybrids between Potamogeton foliosus and Potamogeton pusillus.
'Yosemite' made 'Yellowstone'
2012 04 06

p. 1506
NOLINA bigelovii
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] se PR, s DMoj, DMtns, DSon;
'se PR, s DMoj,' added [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 05 22

p. 1506
NOLINA parryi
[pertaining to bioregional distribution:] s SNF, s SNH (Kern Plateau), e SnBr, e PR, D.
's SNH (Kern Plateau), e SnBr, PR, DMtns, DSon.' made 's SNF, s SNH (Kern Plateau), e SnBr, e PR, D.' [in TJM2; not abbreviated in eFlora]
2014 05 22

p. 1506
SCHEUCHZERIACEAE
[pertaining to genera in family:] 1 genus, 1 sp.: w&e N.Am, Eurasia.
'1 genus, 1 sp.' made '1 genus, 1 sp.: w&e N.Am, Eurasia.'
2012 09 27

p. 1513
TRITELEIA grandiflora
[pertaining to note:] Possibly extirpated in CA.
'possibly' made 'Possibly'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing

p. 1516
SPARGANIUM
2. Stigmas 2(3–4) on ± (40)60–100% of pistillate fls; fr body exc beak 8–9 mm, 5–7 mm wide, distally ± truncate to low-rounded ..... var. eurycarpum
'low-hemispheric' made 'low-rounded'
2012 08 21

p. 1516
SPARGANIUM
2' Stigmas 2 on ± 5–40% of pistillate fls; fr body exc beak 5–8 mm, 3–6 mm wide, distally rounded to gen tapered ..... var. greenei
'hemispheric' made 'rounded to gen tapered'
2012 08 21

p. 1516
SPARGANIUM eurycarpum var. eurycarpum
FR: body 8–9 mm, 5–7 mm wide, distally ± truncate to low-rounded.
'low-hemispheric' made 'low-rounded'
2012 08 21

p. 1516
SPARGANIUM eurycarpum var. greenei
FR: body 5–8 mm, 3–6 mm wide, distally rounded to gen tapered.
'hemispheric' made 'rounded to gen tapered'
2012 08 21

p. 1518
ZOSTERA
[pertaining to reference:] Coyer et al. 2008 Ann Bot 101:73–87; Dean et al. 2008
'Dean et al' made 'Dean et al.'
2012 03 27

p. 1523
INDEX
pertaining to first paragraph, second sentence: 'It does not include scientific names of accepted species or infraspecific taxa, which are arranged alphabetically in the text (within the genus or species to which they belong).' made 'It does not include scientific names of accepted species or infraspecific taxa, which are arranged alphabetically in the text (within the genus or species to which they belong), unless such names appear in places other than the main entry for the taxa involved.' [in TJM2; Index not relevant to eFlora]
2014 06 09

p. 1535
INDEX
CRYPTANTHA
sand dune, 462
'sanddune, 462' made 'sand dune, 462' [in TJM2; Index not relevant to eFlora]
2012 11 14

p. 1554
INDEX
PHACELIA
sand dune, 490
'sanddune, 490' made 'sand dune, 490' [in TJM2; Index not relevant to eFlora]
2012 11 14

p. 1561
INDEX
SEDGE
sand dune, 1333
'sanddune, 1333' made 'sand dune, 1333' [in TJM2; Index not relevant to eFlora]
2012 11 14

p. 1564
INDEX
pertaining to entry for Thelesperma: moved '214' from 'megapotamicum' to 'Thelesperma'; deleted 'simplicifolium var. simplicifolium, 222' [in TJM2; Index not relevant to eFlora]
2012 04 04

p. [1570]
SCALE BAR
'meters' made 'feet'; 'feet' made 'meters'
2012 03 27
Corrected in second printing