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P. caespitosum (Nutt.) Rydb.
NATIVE
Plant 3–8 dm wide; rosettes many. Leaf: 1–3-veined abaxially. Inflorescence: 1–5 cm, dense; peduncle 3–10 cm, bracted. Flower: sepals ± 1.5 mm, narrow-ovate, acute; petals ± 1.5 mm, generally obtuse; style ± 3 mm. Fruit: ± 2 mm. Seed: 1–2, ± 1.5 mm, linear to obovoid, brown, smooth. [Petrophyton caespitosum (Nutt.) Rydb., orth. var..] [Online Interchange]

Key to Petrophytum caespitosum

1. Leaf 10–18 mm, sparsely hairy; s High Sierra Nevada ..... subsp. acuminatum

1' Leaf 5–12 mm, densely hairy; White and Inyo Mountains, Desert Mountains ..... subsp. caespitosum

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