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POST-MANUAL ADJUSTMENTS IN CALIFORNIAN LOMATIUM (APIACEAE)
Lincoln Constance and Barbara Ertter
Vol. 43, No. 4 (OCTOBER-DECEMBER 1996), pp. 515-521
Published by: California Botanical Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41425167
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Lomatium Observatorium, described herein from Mount Hamilton, California, is the southernmost link in a chain of morphologically similar entities extending through the Coast Ranges to southern Oregon. The first of these to receive taxonomic recognition was L. ciliolatum', its former variety is herein raised to specific rank as L.hooveri to demonstrate its parity with other members of the alliance. Outside of the alliance, two species of Lomatium not included in the Jepson Manual are now known to occur in California: L. grayi and L. hendersonii.
Madroño © 1996 California Botanical Society