Friday, February 17, 2017

Ivesia lycopodioides (Club-Moss Ivesia)

7/2/16 Trail to Horseshoe Meadow, 10,000' elevation,
Lone Pine Region, Eastern Sierra, Inyo National Forest, Inyo County, CA

7/2/16 Trail to Horseshoe Meadow

 7/4/16 Rock Creek, Inyo National Forest,
Eastern Sierra, Mono County, CA

7/4/16 Rock Creek

7/10/07 Little Lakes/Mosquito Flat trailhead, Rock Creek, Inyo National Forest, 
E. Sierras, Mono County, CA


COMMON NAME: Club-Moss Ivesia

SPECIES: Ivesia lycopodioides

FAMILY: Rosaceae (Rose Family)

LIFE LIST DATE: 7/10/2007

LOCATION: Little Lakes/Mosquito Flat trailhead, Rock Creek, Inyo National Forest, E. Sierras, Mono County, CA

Treatment from Jepson eFlora:

Habit: Plant rosetted, green; caudex generally simple. 

Stem: decumbent to erect. 

Leaf: sheathing bases ciliate; leaflets 10--35 per side, overlapped but distinct, lobes 4--10; cauline leaf generally 1. 

Inflorescence: cluster generally 1, +- dense or head-like, generally 5--25 mm wide, 3--20-flowered; pedicels generally < 5 mm, straight. 

Flower: 6--12 mm wide; hypanthium length +- < width; petals > sepals, yellow; stamens 5; pistils generally 5--15. 

Fruit: 1--1.5 mm, smooth, pale. 

Note: Varieties intergrade. 

eFlora Treatment Author: Barbara ErtterNATIVE

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