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The Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California

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Key to LUPINUS

N.B.: couplets are linked, e.g., 1. is linked to 1'.

  1. Annual, rarely living > 1 growing season
 
    2. Cotyledons sessile, persistent at plant base, disk- or cup-like, or leaving a circular scar; fruit generally ovoid; seeds generally 2, generally tubercled or wrinkled (fruit oblong; seeds 2–6 in L. odoratus)
 
      3. Flowers distinctly whorled; inflorescence bracts reflexed; upper keel margins ciliate near claw
 
        4. Stem not noticeably hollow; lower keel margins as densely ciliate as upper; upper surface of leaflets generally hairy; seed dark brown, tubercled
L. luteolus
        4' Stem hollow at least below; lower keel margins less ciliate than upper or glabrous; upper surface of leaflets glabrous; seed generally mottled, wrinkled or smooth
L. microcarpus
          5. Wings widely elliptic, not withering, becoming translucent, upper (and generally lower) margins ciliate near claw; lower keel margins ciliate near claw; calyx appendages 1–2 mm
var. horizontalis
          5' Wings linear to oblanceolate, withering, not becoming translucent, upper margins (and rarely lower) generally ciliate near claw; lower keel margins sometimes sparsely ciliate near claw; calyx appendages generally 0
 
            6. Calyx and bracts ± sparsely short-appressed- to long-spreading-hairy; fruit ± spreading, generally on 1 side of inflorescence axis
var. densiflorus
            6' Calyx and bracts long-shaggy-hairy; fruit generally ± erect, generally not on 1 side of inflorescence axis
var. microcarpus
      3' Flowers not distinctly whorled; inflorescence bracts not reflexed; upper keel margins glabrous
 
        7. Leaves basal; herbage sparsely hairy when young, generally glabrous at flowering; pedicel 3–5 mm
L. odoratus
        7' Leaves cauline, often crowded near base; herbage remaining sparsely hairy to canescent; pedicel generally < 3 mm
 
          8. Herbage canescent; upper calyx lip ± = lower; upper suture of fruit generally wavy and densely stiff-ciliate; fruit sides with short inflated hairs that become scale-like when dry
L. shockleyi
          8' Herbage sparsely to densely ± long-hairy; upper calyx lip < lower; upper suture of fruit not obviously wavy and densely stiff-ciliate; fruit sides with long, uninflated hairs
 
            9. Peduncle 0–1 cm; inflorescence < leaves; fruit oblong, narrowed between seeds
L. pusillus var. intermontanus
            9' Peduncle 2–5 cm; inflorescence > leaves; fruit ovoid, not narrowed between seeds
 
              10. Inflorescence 1–2.5 cm; pedicel 0.5–1.5 mm; calyx appendages present; seed smooth
L. brevicaulis
              10' Inflorescence 3–8 cm; pedicel 2–3 mm; calyx appendages 0; seed wrinkled
L. flavoculatus
    2' Cotyledons petioled, generally withering, generally deciduous; fruit oblong; seeds generally > 2, smooth
 
      11. Lower (and often upper) margins of keel ciliate near claw, both margins glabrous near tip
 
        12. Flowers distinctly whorled — petals generally blue-purple (white, lavender, or pink)
2 L. succulentus
        12' Flowers not whorled (if appearing ± whorled, pedicel bases clearly scattered, not whorled)
 
          13. Inflorescence < peduncle — banner yellow, wings generally pink (whitish), keel white
L. stiversii
          13' Inflorescence > peduncle
 
            14. Petals gold-yellow or white; pedicel recurving; rare — c Sierra Nevada Foothills
L. citrinus
              15. Petals gold-yellow; Fresno, Madera cos.
var. citrinus
              15' Petals white; Mariposa Co.
var. deflexus
            14' Petals blue or dark pink to magenta; pedicel not recurving; common, at least locally
 
              16. Herbage stiff-spreading-stinging-hairy; leaflets 10–20 mm wide
L. hirsutissimus
              16' Herbage not stiff-spreading-stinging-hairy; leaflets generally < 10 mm wide
 
                17. Petiole flat, leaflet-like; keel tip stout, blunt, upper margins densely ciliate near claw
L. truncatus
                17' Petiole not flat, not leaflet-like; keel tip slender, pointed, upper margins generally glabrous
 
                  18. Pedicel 5–9 mm; flower bract 10–15 mm, >> flower bud
L. benthamii
                  18' Pedicel < 5 mm; flower bract 3–8 mm, < to slightly > flower bud
 
                    19. Leaflets 5–10 mm wide, upper surface glabrous; petals dark pink to magenta
L. arizonicus
                    19' Leaflets 2–4 mm wide, upper surface hairy at least near margins; petals generally blue (pinkish)
L. sparsiflorus
      11' Lower and upper keel margins glabrous throughout or upper ciliate only near tip
 
        20. Flowers not whorled; inflorescence bracts generally persistent; upper keel margins glabrous
 
          21. Peduncles decumbent; rare — dunes, s Central Coast
L. nipomensis
          21' Central peduncle erect, lateral often decumbent; common
L. concinnus
        20' Flowers whorled at some or all nodes; inflorescence bracts deciduous; upper keel margins generally ciliate near tip
 
          22. Banner longer than wide; pedicel generally < 3 mm
 
            23. Fruit 6–9 mm wide; keel glabrous; uncommon
L. pachylobus
            23' Fruit generally 3–6 mm wide; upper keel margins generally ciliate near tip; abundant
L. bicolor
          22' Banner as wide as or wider than long; pedicel generally > 3 mm
 
            24. Upper keel margins with (sometimes inconspicuous) tooth near middle
L. affinis
            24' Upper edges of keel without tooth
 
              25. Fruit 4–7 mm wide; abundant
L. nanus
              25' Fruit 8–10 mm wide; rare
 
                26. Pedicel 4–5 mm; herbage sparsely hairy; Channel Islands (San Clemente Island)
L. guadalupensis
                26' Pedicel 6–8 mm; herbage densely hairy; c Sierra Nevada Foothills
L. spectabilis
  1' Perennial to shrub
 
    27. Upper keel margin ciliate from claw to middle (glabrous near tip)
 
      28. Plant fleshy (in fact annual); inflorescence 9–15 cm; open or disturbed areas; fruit 35–50 mm
2 L. succulentus
      28' Plant not fleshy; inflorescence 16–60 cm; open to shady, moist areas; fruit 20–45 mm
L. latifolius
        29. Flower 13–18 mm
 
          30. Stem densely hairy; San Francisco Bay Area
var. dudleyi
          30' Stem subglabrous to sparsely strigose; s Sierra Nevada, Southwestern California
var. parishii
        29' Flower 8–14 mm
 
          31. Flower 8–10 mm
 
            32. Stem glabrous to strigose; Modoc Plateau
var. barbatus
            32' Stem strigose; Klamath Ranges, Cascade Range, Modoc Plateau
var. viridifolius
          31' Flower 10–14 mm
 
            33. Wings covering most of keel; plant 4–24 dm; Sierra Nevada
var. columbianus
            33' Wings not covering most of keel; plant 3–12 dm; Northwestern California, Central Western California, Southwestern California
var. latifolius
    27' Upper keel margin glabrous or ciliate middle to tip
 
      34. Calyx spur 1–3 mm
 
        35. Wings with dense patch of hair on outside near tip; leaf green, strigose
L. arbustus
        35' Wings glabrous; leaf silver-silky
L. argenteus var. heteranthus
      34' Calyx bulge or spur 0–1 mm
 
        36. Banner back generally hairy (best seen in buds)
 
          37. Upper keel margin ± glabrous
 
            38. Shrub — coastal strand, dunes
L. chamissonis
            38' Perennial
 
              39. Leaf green
 
                40. Petals pale to orange-yellow
L. angustiflorus
                40' Petals white to purple — n High Sierra Nevada
L. apertus
              39' Leaf silver-hairy
 
                41. Petals generally yellow; n High Sierra Nevada (Plumas Co.); stem long-hairy
L. dalesiae
                41' Petals cream, pale yellow, lavender, or blue; s High Sierra Nevada, Transverse Ranges, East of Sierra Nevada; stem long-hairy or not
 
                  42. Petals lavender to blue; stem not long-hairy; 1500–3000 m; s High Sierra Nevada, Transverse Ranges
2 L. elatus
                  42' Petals cream to pale yellow; stem long-hairy; 2500–4000 m; s High Sierra Nevada, East of Sierra Nevada (n Inyo, Tulare cos.)
L. padre-crowleyi
          37' Upper keel margin ciliate
 
            43. Subshrub or shrub
 
              44. Plant < 2 dm, matted; flower 6–11 mm; 2000–3500 m
L. breweri var. grandiflorus
              44' Plant generally > 2 dm, erect; flower generally > 10 mm; < 3000 m
 
                45. Keel generally lobed near base; flower 9–18 mm; s High Sierra Nevada, Tehachapi Mountain Area, Southwestern California, East of Sierra Nevada, Desert
L. excubitus
                  46. Subshrub, generally < 7 dm
 
                    47. Inflorescence 14–40 cm; Tehachapi Mountain Area, San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains
var. austromontanus
                    47' Inflorescence 3–14 cm; San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains, Sonoran Desert
 
                      48. Petiole < 12 cm; San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains
var. johnstonii
                      48' Petiole generally > 12 cm; Sonoran Desert
var. medius
                  46' Shrub, generally > 7 dm
 
                    49. Flower 9–13 mm; leaf silvery-hairy; Mojave Desert, adjacent s High Sierra Nevada, East of Sierra Nevada
var. excubitus
                    49' Flower 14–18 mm; leaf greenish hairy; Peninsular Ranges, San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains
var. hallii
                45' Keel generally unlobed near base; flower 9–16 mm; California Floristic Province
2 L. albifrons
                  50. Subshrub generally < 5 dm (base, some lower branches woody)
 
                    51. Leaf woolly to shaggy; Outer South Coast Ranges
var. abramsii
                    51' Leaf appressed-hairy, not woolly or shaggy; Northwestern California, Sierra Nevada Foothills, Central Western California
var. collinus
                  50' Shrub generally > 5 dm, woody more nearly throughout
 
                    52. Leaf woolly to shaggy; Outer South Coast Ranges
var. abramsii
                    52' Leaf hairy but not woolly or shaggy; widespread
 
                      53. Inflorescence bracts 4–8 mm; North Coast Ranges, Sierra Nevada Foothills, Central Western California, South Coast
var. albifrons
                      53' Inflorescence bracts 10–24 mm; Central Coast, San Francisco Bay Area, n Channel Islands
var. douglasii
            43' Perennial
 
              54. Leaflet 10–30 mm at widest point
 
                55. Petals yellow — San Gabriel Mountains
2 L. peirsonii
                55' Petals ± purple or blue (rarely straw-colored)
 
                  56. Peduncle 13–20 cm; leaf long-spreading-hairy; petals light blue, pink, or straw-colored; Outer South Coast Ranges
2 L. cervinus
                  56' Peduncle 8–15 cm; leaf short-appressed-hairy; petals ± purple; s Inner North Coast Ranges
2 L. sericatus
              54' Leaflet generally < 10 mm at widest point
 
                57. Plant < 1 dm — uncommon
 
                  58. Flowers in many crowded whorls; banner patch cream or white; East of Sierra Nevada
3 L. duranii
                  58' Flowers in few separated whorls; banner patch yellow; Klamath Ranges
2 L. lapidicola
                57' Plant > 1 dm
 
                  59. Calyx generally bulged or spurred < 1 mm; Great Basin Floristic Province, Cascade Range, High Sierra Nevada
L. argenteus (part)
                    60. Leaves basal and cauline; petioles (5)7–15 cm — c High Sierra Nevada, East of Sierra Nevada
var. montigenus
                    60' Leaves cauline; petioles 1–10 cm
 
                      61. Stem hairs appressed; leaf generally appearing green; flower (8)10–12 mm
var. argenteus
                      61' Stem hairs spreading; leaf gray to silver; flower 8–10 mm
var. palmeri
                  59' Calyx not bulged or spurred
 
                    62. Leaf hairs appressed, sometimes sparse
 
                      63. Bracts deciduous; leaflets 20–50 mm, silvery-silky; Northwestern California, Cascade Range, n High Sierra Nevada
L. obtusilobus
                      63' Bracts persistent; leaflets 30–130 mm, green, hairy; East of Sierra Nevada
L. pratensis var. eriostachyus
                    62' Leaf hairs ± spreading, dense, tomentose to woolly
 
                      64. Flower generally 12–15 mm; plant 2–3.5 dm; stem prostrate to matted — common; Sierra Nevada
2 L. grayi
                      64' Flower generally 10–13 mm; plant 3–9 dm; stem erect
 
                        65. Petals lavender to purple (often turning brown); banner back densely hairy; n California
L. leucophyllus
                        65' Petals bluish to purple; banner back sometimes glabrous; s Outer South Coast Ranges
2 L. ludovicianus
        36' Banner back ± glabrous
 
          66. Subshrub or shrub
 
            67. Petiole generally < 3 cm; North Coast, Central Coast, especially immediate coast
 
              68. Shrub, generally 5–20 dm; woody stems erect; immediate coast and more inland
L. arboreus
              68' Subshrub, < 5 dm; woody stems prostrate to decumbent; immediate coast
 
                69. Flower 10–13 mm; petals purple (except banner patch whitish); n&c North Coast
2 L. littoralis
                69' Flower 11–16 mm; petals white, yellow, rose, or purple (often on 1 plant); North Coast, Central Coast
2 L. variicolor
            67' Petiole > 3 cm; generally inland
 
              70. Low subshrub; stem prostrate to decumbent
 
                71. Keel unlobed near base; flower 10–15 mm; Northwestern California, Sierra Nevada Foothills, Central Western California
2 L. albifrons var. collinus
                71' Keel lobed near base; flower 14–18 mm; Tehachapi Mountain Area, San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains
2 L. excubitus var. austromontanus
              70' Tall shrub; stem erect
 
                72. Leaflets 30–60 mm; petiole 4–10 cm — Southwestern California
L. longifolius
                72' Leaflets 10–45 mm; petiole 1–5 cm
L. albifrons (part)
                  73. Bract 4–8 mm; leaflets 10–30 mm; North Coast Ranges, Sierra Nevada Foothills, Central Western California, South Coast
var. albifrons
                  73' Bracts 10–24 mm; leaflets 25–45 mm; Central Coast, San Francisco Bay Area, n Channel Islands
var. douglasii
          66' Perennial (rarely barely woody)
 
            74. Leaf upper surface glabrous to ± puberulent, green
 
              75. Upper keel margin ± ciliate
 
                76. Plant > 3.5 dm; leaves cauline — North Coast
L. rivularis
                76' Plant < 3.5 dm; leaves generally basal or cauline, clustered near base
 
                  77. Flower 8–11 mm, bracts 3–4 mm; leaf lower surface silky-hairy; Klamath Ranges, High Cascade Range, n High Sierra Nevada
L. onustus
                  77' Flower 12–18 mm, bracts 4–7 mm; leaf lower surface long-stiff-hairy; Modoc Plateau
L. saxosus
              75' Upper keel margin glabrous
 
                78. Petals ± yellow — Northwestern California, Cascade Range
 
                  79. Inflorescence bract 2–7 mm; plant 4–6 dm; petals bright yellow to orange-yellow; Klamath Ranges, Cascade Range
2 L. croceus
                  79' Inflorescence bract 7–13 mm; plant 6–9 dm; petals pale yellow; High North Coast Ranges — uncommon
L. elmeri
                78' Petals not yellow
 
                  80. Stem slender; leaves cauline; leaflets < 40 mm; dry areas; Klamath Ranges
L. tracyi
                  80' Stem stout; leaves basal and cauline; leaflets > 4 cm; wet areas
L. polyphyllus
                    81. Leaflet upper surface puberulent to minutely rough-hairy (appearing ± glabrous); n California Floristic Province
var. pallidipes
                    81' Leaflet upper surface glabrous; California Floristic Province, Great Basin Floristic Province
 
                      82. Leaflets 5–11; High Sierra Nevada, San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains, San Jacinto Mountains, Great Basin Floristic Province
var. burkei
                      82' Leaflets 9–17; Northwestern California, w Central Western California
var. polyphyllus
            74' Leaf upper surface hairy, greenish gray to silver
 
              83. Inflorescence generally dense, bracts generally persistent (except L. constancei)
 
                84. Inflorescence generally < leaves; plant matted — flowers in 2–3 whorls; n White and Inyo Mountains
L. lepidus var. utahensis
                84' Inflorescence generally > leaves; plant matted or not
 
                  85. Cauline leaves 0 or clustered near base (appearing ± basal)
 
                    86. Inflorescence bracts deciduous; petals pink — n High North Coast Ranges
3 L. constancei
                    86' Inflorescence bracts persistent; petals ± violet to blue
L. lepidus (part)
                      87. Inflorescence ± head-like, 2–8 cm, generally < some leaves; plant < 1 dm
var. lobbii
                      87' Inflorescence elongate, 4.5–11 cm, > leaves; plant 1.2–3.5 dm
var. sellulus
                  85' Cauline leaves generally spread along stem
 
                    88. Plant ± prostrate, matted; petals pink — n High North Coast Ranges
3 L. constancei
                    88' Plant generally erect, generally not matted; petals blue or violet (sometimes pink)
 
                      89. Largest leaflets > 40 mm
 
                        90. Inflorescence open; petals light blue, banner patch yellow; inflorescence bracts 7–15 mm, ± linear; pedicels 2–5 mm; hairs > 1 mm; c&s High Sierra Nevada
2 L. covillei
                        90' Inflorescence dense; petals violet to dark blue, banner patch orange to red; inflorescence bracts 5–10 mm, lanceolate; pedicels 1–3 mm; hairs < 1 mm; c&s High Sierra Nevada, East of Sierra Nevada
L. pratensis var. pratensis
                      89' Largest leaflets < 40 mm
L. lepidus (part)
                        91. Inflorescence dense, 5–30 cm, whorls > 7, ± crowded; leaves cauline — meadows, vernally moist areas
var. confertus
                        91' Inflorescence generally open, 2–12 cm, whorls 3–7, ± well spaced; at least some leaves basal
 
                          92. Leaflets generally 10–30 mm; flower 9–11 mm; 2500–3000 m, s High Sierra Nevada
var. culbertsonii
                          92' Leaflets generally 5–15(23) mm; flower generally 7–9(12) mm; 3000–4000 m; c&s High Sierra Nevada, East of Sierra Nevada
var. ramosus
              83' Inflorescence generally ± open, bracts generally ± deciduous (except L. covillei)
 
                93. Upper keel margin generally glabrous
 
                  94. Plant < 2 dm; flower 4–11 mm; keel ± straight
 
                    95. Stipule 6–11 mm; pedicel 4–5 mm; leaves basal; petiole (2)3–8 cm; flower 8–11 mm; rare
3 L. duranii
                    95' Stipule 2–5 mm; pedicel 1–3(4) mm; leaves clustered near base; petiole 1–5(6) cm; flower 4–11 mm; common
L. breweri (part)
                      96. Flower 6–9 mm; leaflet > 6 mm
var. breweri
                      96' Flower 4–7 mm; leaflet 3–5 mm
var. bryoides
                  94' Plant > 2 dm; flower generally > 9 mm; keel generally upcurved
 
                    97. Stipules leaf-like, green — Sierra Nevada
L. fulcratus
                    97' Stipules not leaf-like, green to silvery
 
                      98. Petals yellow to ± orange
 
                        99. Flower 9–12 mm; petals pale yellow; North Coast Ranges, San Francisco Bay Area, Sierra Nevada
2 L. adsurgens
                        99' Flower 12–15 mm; petals bright yellow to orange-yellow; Klamath Ranges, Cascade Range
2 L. croceus
                      98' Petals ± blue, lavender, violet, purple, pink, or ± yellowish white
 
                        100. Leaves basal and cauline; moist to wet places
2 L. polyphyllus var. pallidipes
                        100' Leaves cauline; dry places
 
                          101. Banner narrow, wings narrow, not covering keel tip
L. albicaulis
                          101' Banner ovate, wings wide, covering keel tip
 
                            102. Leaf green, sparsely to densely hairy
 
                              103. Flower 9–12 mm; Northwestern California, High Sierra Nevada, East of Sierra Nevada, Western Transverse Ranges, San Bernardino Mountains
L. andersonii
                              103' Flower 13–16 mm; San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains, Peninsular Ranges
L. hyacinthinus
                            102' Leaf gray-hairy to silvery-silky
 
                              104. Plant resprouting below ground, rhizomed; generally valleys
L. formosus
                                105. Flower 10–14 mm; stem 3–4 mm diam
var. formosus
                                105' Flower 16–18 mm; stem 5–7 mm diam
var. robustus
                              104' Plant resprouting above ground, not rhizomed; mtns
 
                                106. Petals white (banner patch turning tawny); seeds 7–11 mm — High North Coast Ranges, uncommon
L. antoninus
                                106' Petals not white; seeds 4–6 mm
 
                                  107. Flower 9–14 mm; petals pale yellow to lavender or violet; leaflets widest above middle; North Coast Ranges, Sierra Nevada, San Francisco Bay Area
2 L. adsurgens
                                  107' Flower 10–14 mm; petals lavender to blue; leaflets widest below middle; s High Sierra Nevada, Transverse Ranges
2 L. elatus
                93' Upper keel margin ± ciliate
 
                  108. Plant ± prostrate to decumbent, generally < 3 dm
 
                    109. Petals pink; High North Coast Ranges
3 L. constancei
                    109' Petals purple, ± violet, lavender, rose, light blue, yellow, or white
 
                      110. Leaves generally basal (if cauline, clustered near base); Klamath Ranges, Sierra Nevada, East of Sierra Nevada
 
                        111. Inflorescence 10–16 cm; flower 10–16 mm; Sierra Nevada
2 L. grayi
                        111' Inflorescence 2–7 cm; flower 7–12 mm
 
                          112. Stipule 6–11 mm; peduncle < 3.5 cm; East of Sierra Nevada
3 L. duranii
                          112' Stipule 4–5 mm; peduncle 5–10 cm; Klamath Ranges
2 L. lapidicola
                      110' Leaves cauline; North Coast, Central Coast
 
                        113. Leaflets 3–5; stem weak — rare; s North Coast (Sonoma Co.), Central Coast (Marin, Monterey cos.)
L. tidestromii
                        113' Leaflets 5–9; stem not weak
 
                          114. Flower 10–13 mm; petals purple except banner patch whitish; n&c North Coast
2 L. littoralis
                          114' Flower 11–16 mm; petals white, yellow, rose, or purple (often on 1 plant); North Coast, Central Coast
2 L. variicolor
                  108' Plant generally erect, generally > 2 dm
 
                    115. Leaf densely woolly
 
                      116. Stem hairs < 1 mm, not sharp or stiff; petiole 5–12 cm; flower 10–15 mm; s Outer South Coast Ranges
2 L. ludovicianus
                      116' Some stem hairs 1–3 mm, sharp, stiff; petiole 6–30 cm; flower 10–18 mm; East of Sierra Nevada, Mojave Desert
L. magnificus
                    115' Leaf sometimes densely hairy but not woolly
 
                      117. Leaves clustered near base
 
                        118. Petals yellow; San Gabriel Mountains
2 L. peirsonii
                        118' Petals sometimes straw-colored or drying so, not yellow; Inner North Coast Ranges, Outer South Coast Ranges
 
                          119. Peduncle 13–20 cm; petals light blue, pink, or straw-colored (often drying straw-colored) Outer South Coast Ranges
2 L. cervinus
                          119' Peduncle 8–15 cm; petals purple to violet; s Inner North Coast Ranges
2 L. sericatus
                      117' Some leaves spread along stem
 
                        120. Flower 5–7(10) mm; n&c High Sierra Nevada, East of Sierra Nevada
L. argenteus var. meionanthus
                        120' Flower 8–18 mm; c&s High Sierra Nevada, Great Basin Floristic Province, Desert Mountains
 
                          121. Leaflets 30–100 mm
 
                            122. Inflorescence bracts 7–15 mm, persistent; leaf strigose to shaggy; c&s High Sierra Nevada
2 L. covillei
                            122' Inflorescence bracts 4–10 mm, ± deciduous; leaf puberulent to ± hairy; c High Sierra Nevada (Yosemite)
L. gracilentus
                          121' Leaflets 15–50 mm
 
                            123. Plant 1–4 dm; flower 10–12 mm; Great Basin Floristic Province, Desert Mountains
L. nevadensis
                            123' Plant 4–7 dm; flower 13–15 mm; n Desert Mountains
L. holmgrenianus


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