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Fri Mar 18 10:45:05 2011DWTaylorDate made more precisethis specimen (without a suffix) was cited by Chuang&Heckard (Sys. Bot. Monogr. 1986 p. 55) as "Glandular-viscid race and intergrades from lower and intermediate elevations" Disjunct populations with entire bracts in the Scott Mountains of northern Trinity County (Fig. 21) are assigned to subsp. tenuis, although it would seem that these plants could have just as easily arisin in situ via mutation from subsp. viscidus as from an introduction from the Sierra Nevada. The annotation history does not apply the name subsp. tenuis, however.
OriginalJEPS66528Cordylanthus tenuis subsp. viscidusL. R. HeckardAug 28 1971 2784 ATrinityabout 4 mi below (s) road summit over Scott Mt.
ModificationJEPS66528Cordylanthus tenuis subsp. viscidusL. R. HeckardAug 28 1971 2784 ATrinityabout 4 mi below (s) road summit over Scott Mt.
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