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Herbage

glabrous.

Stems

decumbent.

Flowers

cup-shaped;

sepals not accrescent, lanceolate to lanceolate-ovate, 7.5–8 mm, abaxially and adaxially glabrous;

petals oblong, 7.5–8.5 mm, apex obtuse (not emarginate);

filaments 4.2–4.7 mm;

anthers ± 1 mm, usually dehiscing introrsely;

style 3–3.5 mm.

Nutlets

3–5, tubercles broad-based, platelike cones.

Limnanthes floccosa subsp. pumila

Phenology Flowering Mar–May.
Habitat Edges of deep vernal pools on lava flows
Elevation 600 m [2000 ft]
Discussion

Of conservation concern.

Subspecies pumila is found only on the summits of Upper Table Rock and Lower Table Rock, in Jackson County.

(Discussion copyrighted by Flora of North America; reprinted with permission.)

Distribution
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Parent taxa Limnanthaceae > Limnanthes > sect. Inflexae > Limnanthes floccosa
Sibling taxa
L. floccosa subsp. bellingeriana, L. floccosa subsp. californica, L. floccosa subsp. floccosa, L. floccosa subsp. grandiflora
Synonyms L. pumila, L. floccosa var. pumila
Name authority (Howell) Arroyo: Brittonia 25: 187. (1973)
Source Flora of North America vol. 7, p. 183.
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