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Specimen numbers are hyperlinked to records in the Consortium of California Herbaria data view where possible. Taxa are hyperlinked to entries in the Jepson Interchange via the "[Online Interchange]" link.

 

A. iodanthus S. Watson
NATIVE
Perennial herb; generally ± minutely strigose. Stem: several, ± prostrate, 5–40 cm, few-branched. Leaf: 2–7 cm; leaflets 9–21, 3–18 mm, widely obovate or ± round, tips blunt or notched. Inflorescence: flowers 7–25, early crowded, ascending, then spaced, reflexed. Flower: petals red-purple, ± white with purple keel tip, or cream, banner 9–15.5 mm, recurved ± 45°, ± >= keel. Fruit: pendent or spreading, 20–40 mm, 5–8.5 mm wide, incurved 1/4–full circle, wider than deep or ± 3-sided, firm, mottled in age, stiff-papery or leathery, dark; stalk-like base 0; chambers ± 2 below middle, generally 1 above (or 2 up to 1-chambered beak). [Online Interchange]

Key to Astragalus iodanthus

1. Corolla generally ± white or cream to pale lilac-tinged or -tipped, banner 7.5–11 mm, se Modoc Plateau (Lassen Co.) ..... var. diaphanoides

1' Corolla generally bright red-purple (drying violet) to ± white, banner generally 11–15 mm, East of Sierra Nevada (Mono Co.) ..... var. iodanthus

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