Vascular Plants of the Angelo Reserve

By John C. Hunter, Jones & Stokes, Sacramento.

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DIVISION LEPIDOPHYTA    

ISOETACEAE
QUILLWORT FAMILY
Isoetes howellii
W. Carl Taylor. USDA NRCS. 1995.

Isoetes howellii Engelm.

Riparian-Rare [pond at head of Alquist trail]. MB 484
SELAGINELLACEAE
SPIKE-MOSS FAMILY
Selaginella wallacei
Copyright © 1972 Dean Wm. Taylor
Selaginella wallacei Hieron. Riparian (Rock outcrops)-Frequent (?), Dry woodlands - Rare (?). LES 808, 834
DIVISION CALAMOPHYTA    

EQUISETACEAE
HORSETAIL FAMILY
Equisetum arvense
Copyright © 2002 Tony Morosco

  1. Equisetum arvense L.
  2. Equisetum hymale L. ssp. affine (Engelm.) Calder & R. H. Taylor.
  3. Equisetum telmateia Ehrh. ssp. braunii (Milde) R. L. Hauke.
  1. Riparian-Frequent. SR 58
  2. Riparian-Infrequent. GLS 6581, LES 775
  3. Riparian-Infrequent. LES 774
DIVISION PTEROPHYTA    

BLECHNACEAE
DEER FERN FAMILY
Woodwardia fimbriata
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California

Woodwardia fimbriata Smith. Riparian, Redwood Forest-Frequent. LES 703
DRYOPTERIDACEAE
WOOD FERN FAMILY
Athyrium filix-femina var. cyclosorum
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California
  1. Athyrium filix-femina (L.) Roth. var. cyclosorum Rupr.
  2. Cystopteris fragilis (L.) Benth.
  3. Dryopteris arguta (Kaulf.) Maxon.
  4. Polystichum munitum (Kaulf.) Presl.
  1. Riparian(?)-Infrequent(rare?).
  2. Riparian-Frequent. LES 706
  3. Riparian-Frequent. LES 767
  4. Forest(mesic)-Frequent. SR 33
POLYPODIACEAE
POLYPODY FAMILY
Polypodium californicum
Copyright © 2003 Michael Charters
Polypodium californicum Kaulf. Forest, Riparian [typically on tree bases and rock outcrops]-Frequent. LES 769
PTERIDACEAE
BRAKE FAMILY
Adiantum aleuticum
Sherry Ballard, © 1999 California Academy of Sciences
  1. Adiantum aleuticum (Rupr.) C. A. Paris.
  2. Aspidotis californica Nutt.
  3. Pellaea mucronata D. Eaton var. mucronata.
  4. Pentagramma triangularis (Kaulf.) G. Yatskievych, M.D. Windham & E. Wollenweber ssp. triangularis.
  5. Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn.
  1. Forest-Infrequent.
  2. Chaparral, Woodland(Rock outcrops)-Infrequent. GLS 6608, LES 838
  3. Chaparral, Woodland(Rock outcrops)-Infrequent. LES 836
  4. Chaparral, Forest, Riparian(rocks)-Frequent. LES 665
  5. Meadows, Woodland, Forest (edges), (?Riparian?)-Frequent. LES 701

DIVISION CONIFEROPHYTA

   

CUPRESSACEAE
CYPRESS FAMILY

Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California

Calocedrus decurrens Torr. Grassland-possibly planted. LES 823 [Gone? Was South Meadow?]
PINACEAE
PINE FAMILY

Copyright © 2002 Matt Strieby
  1. Pinus attenuata Lemmon.
  2. Pinus lambertiana Dougl.
  3. Pinus ponderosa Dougl. ex P. & C. Lawson.
  4. Pinus radiata D. Don.
  5. Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco.
  1. Chaparral-Rare [southwest corner of reserve on Elkhorn Ridge]. LES 828
  2. Forest-Rare (primarily at higher elevations). LES 950, JCH 294
  3. Forest-Rare [primarily at higher elevations where it's locally abundant, as at Stoten Opening]. DJ s.n., JCH 349
  4. Grassland-planted. LES 793
  5. Forest-Frequent. LES 755, 788
TAXACEAE
YEW FAMILY

Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California
Taxus brevifolia Nutt. Riparian-Frequent, Forest(mesic)-Infrequent [at lower elevations along watercourses and adjacent slopes]. LES 710, 758
TAXODIACEAE
BALD CYPRESS FAMILY

Copyright © 1968 Gary A. Monroe
Sequoia sempervirens (D. Don.) Endl. Riparian, Redwood Forest-Frequent. LES 763
DIVISION ANTHOPHYTA:
CLASS DICOTYLEDONEAE
   

ACERACEAE
MAPLE FAMILY
Acer macrophyllum Pursh.
Copyright © 2003 Barry Breckling

Acer macrophyllum Pursh. Riparian-Frequent, Forest(mesic)-Infrequent. LES 700
ANACARDIACEAE
SUMAC or CASHEW FAMILY
Toxicodendron diversilobum
Copyright © 2002 Charles E. Jones

Toxicodendron diversilobum (T. & G.) E. Greene.
POSION OAK - KNOW THIS PLANT!

Riparian, Forest, Chaparral-Frequent. LES 777
APIACEAE
CARROT FAMILY
Ligusticum apiifolium (Nutt) A. Gray.
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California
  1. Daucus pusillus Michxaux.
  2. Ligusticum apiifolium (Nutt) A. Gray.
  3. Lomatium dasycarpum (Torrey & A. Gray) J. Coulter & Rose.
  4. Lomatium utriculatum (Torrey & A. Gray) J. Coulter & Rose.
  5. Osmorhiza chilensis Hook. & Arn.
  6. Perideridia kelloggii (A. Gray) Mathias.
  7. Sanicula bipinnata Hook. & Arn.
  8. Sanicula bipinnatifida Dougl. ex Hook.
  9. Sanicula crassicaulis DC.
  10. Sanicula laciniata Hook. & Arn.
  11. Torilis arvensis (Hudson) Link.
  12. Yabea microcarpa (Hook. & Arn.) Koso-polj.
  1. Meadow-Frequent. GLS 6539, LES 1161
  2. Riparian-Rare. HKS 4855, GLS 6567, SR 38
  3. Open gravelly slopes- Infrequent [primarily at higher elevations]. LES 1103
  4. Meadow-Infrequent. LES 1063
  5. Woodland-Frequent. LES 770
  6. Meadow(?), Woodland - Infrequent. GLS 6539, LES 762
  7. Woodland(?) - Rare.
  8. Chaparral-Frequent, Meadow-Infrequent. LES 674
  9. Forest, Chaparral-Infrequent.
  10. Chaparral-Infrequent?. GLS 6549, LES 649
  11. Meadow, Woodland-Infrequent (INT). GLS 6540, JCH 258
  12. Meadow-Frequent. GLS 6568, SR 6
APOCYNACEAE
DOGBANE FAMILY

Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California

Apocynum androsaemifolium L.

Riparian (banks)-Rare. LES 1188
ARALIACEAE
GINSENG FAMILY
Aralia californica Wats.
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California

Aralia californica Wats.

Riparian-Infrequent [also locally at seeps in forest]. LES 824
ARISTOLOCHIACEAE
PIPEVINE FAMILY
Asarum caudatum
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California

Asarum caudatum Lindl.

Riparian, Redwood Forest-Rare. LES 939
ASCLEPIADACEAE
MILKWEED FAMILY
Asclepias fascicularis
Copyright © 2003 Christopher L. Christie
Asclepias fascicularis Dcne. in A. D. C. Riparian (gravel bars)-Infrequent. LES 819

ASTERACEAE
SUNFLOWER FAMILY



Baccharis pilularis D.C.




Eriophyllum lanatum var. grandiflorum


Psilocarphus oregonus
Photographs:
Copyright © 2003 Jeff Abbas Copyright © 1996 Margo Bors, California Native Plant Society Brother Alfred Brousseau © 1995 Saint Mary's College of CaliforniaCharles Webber © 1998 California Academy of Sciences
Copyright © 2003 George W. Hartwell

  1. Achillea millefolium L.
  2. Adenocaulon bicolor Hook.
  3. Agoseris heterophylla (Nutt.) Greene.
  4. Agoseris grandiflora (Nutt.) Greene.
  5. Arnica discoidea Benth.
  6. Artemisia douglasiana Bess.
  7. Aster radicans Gray.
  8. Baccharis pilularis D.C.
  9. Brickellia californica T. & G.
  10. Cacaliopsis nardosim (A. Gray) A. Gray.
  11. Centaurea melitensis L.
  12. Centaurea solstitialis L.
  13. Cirsium arvense (L.) Scop.
  14. Cirsium occidentale (Nutt.) Jeps. var. occidentale.
  15. Cotula australis (Sieber.) Hook.
  16. Ericameria arborescens (A. Gray) E. Greene.
  17. Erigeron reductus (Cronq.) G. Nesom var. angustatus (A. Gray) G. Nesom.
  18. Eriophyllum lanatum (Pursh.) Forbes var. grandiflorum (A. Gray) Jeps.
  19. Filago californica Nutt.
  20. Filago gallica L.
  21. Gnaphalium purpureum L.
  22. Gnaphalium stramineum Kunth.
  23. Hemizonia congesta DC ssp.clevlandii (E. Greene) Babc. & H. M. Hall.
  24. Hemizonia congesta DC ssp. tracyi Babc. & H. M. Hall.
  25. Hesperevax sparsiflora (Gray) Greene.
  26. Hieracium albiflorum Hook.
  27. Hieracium bolanderi Gray.
  28. Hypochoeris glabra L.
  29. Leucanthemum vulgare (L.) I.
  30. Madia exigua (Sm.) Gray.
  31. Madia gracilis (Sm.) Keck.
  32. Madia madioides (Nutt.) Greene.
  33. Malacothrix floccifera (D.C.) Blake.
  34. Micropus californicus F. & M.
  35. Petasites frigidus (L.) Fries var. palmatus (Aiton) Cronq.
  36. Psilocarphus oregonus Nutt.
  37. Rigiopappus leptocladus Gray.
  38. Senecio sylvaticus L.
  39. Soliva sessilis Ruiz Lopez & Pavon
  40. Sonchus asper L.
  41. Sonchus oleraceus L.
  42. Stephanomeria virgata Benth.
  43. Taraxacum officinale Wiggers.
  44. Wyethia sp.
  1. Meadows-Frequent. SR 75
  2. Forest-Frequent. LES 1171
  3. Meadow-Frequent. LES 630, 1037
  4. Forest, Woodland-Rare. LES 1180
  5. Forest-Infrequent. GLS 6625
  6. Riparian-Frequent. LES 1191
  7. Forest - Rare. LES 1186
  8. Riparian (gravel bars)-Infrequent, Chaparral-Rare. LES 811
  9. Riparian(mainly gravel bars)-Frequent. JB 25, JCH 271
  10. Woodland-Infrequent [higher elevations, as at Black Oak Mt.]. JCH 388
  11. Meadow-Frequent (INT). RFT 35081, JCH s.n.
  12. Meadow-Frequent, Riparian (gravel bars)-Infrequent (INT). LES 812
  13. Riparian - Infrequent. JCH S.N.
  14. Meadow-Infrequent. LES 1176 (?)
  15. Meadow-Infrequent (INT).
  16. Chaparral-Infrequent [primarily higher elevations]. LES 820
  17. Riparian-Rare. LES 1195
  18. Chaparral-Frequent. LES 1075
  19. Meadow-Frequent. GLS 6621
  20. Meadow-Frequent (INT). GLS 6623
  21. Woodland(?)-Rare (INT). LES 1179
  22. Riparian (gravel bars), Chaparral - Infrequent. LES 809, GLS 6622, LES 1216
  23. Meadow-Frequent. LES 776
  24. Meadow-Frequent. GLS 6548, JCH 266
  25. Meadow-Infrequent. LES 1050
  26. Forest-Frequent. LES 751
  27. Forest(?)-Rare. HKS 4882
  28. Meadow-Frequent (INT).
  29. Riparian-Rare (INT)[is abundant in meadows along Eel River near reserve]. SR 50
  30. Meadow-Frequent. LES 1069
  31. Meadow-Frequent. SR 93
  32. Forest-Frequent. SR 16
  33. Chaparral-Infrequent. LES 639
  34. Meadow-Frequent. LES 619
  35. Riparian-Rare(?).
  36. Meadow - Infrequent. HKS 4850, LES 696
  37. Meadow-Infrequent. LES 1056
  38. Meadow(?)-Infrequent (INT).
  39. Meadow - Infrequent. LES 1048
  40. Meadow-Rare (INT). LES 1060
  41. Meadow-Rare (INT).
  42. Riparian (gravel bars)-Infrequent. LES 818
  43. Meadow-Infrequent (INT). JCH 418
  44. Meadow - Rare

BERBERIDACEAE
BARBERRY FAMILY
Achlys tryphylla Brother Alfred Brousseau © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California

  1. Achlys tryphylla (Sm.) D.C.
  2. Berberis nervosa Pursh.
  3. Berberis pinnata Lag.
  4. Vancouveria hexandra (Hook.) Morr. & Dec.
  5. Vancouveria planipetala Colloni
  1. Forest-Infrequent. GLS 6629, LES 1078
  2. Forest-Frequent. LES 1089
  3. Forest, Chaparral-Infrequent. LES 1075
  4. Riparian, Forest (mesic)-Rare. HKS 4889, LES 1088
  5. Riparian, Forest (mesic)-Frequent. GLS 6551, HKS 4878, LES 118
BETULACEAE
BIRCH FAMILY
Corylus cornuta Copyright © 2002 Tony Morosco
Alnus rhombifolia (Nutt.)
Corylus cornuta Marsh. var. californica (A.D.C.) Sharp.

Riparian-Frequent. LES 702
Woodland, Forest-Frequent. RFT 35104

BORAGINACEAE
BORAGE FAMILY
Plagiobothrys nothofulvus
Copyright © 1997 Christopher L. Christie
  1. Cryptantha flaccida (Nutt.) Greene.
  2. Cryptantha torreyana (Gray) Greene.
  3. Cynoglossum grande Dougl.
  4. Myosotis discolor Pers.
  5. Plagiobothrys nothofulvus (Gral.) Gray.
  1. Grasslands-Frequent. GLS 6545, LES 1071
  2. Grassland-Infrequent. GLS 6624, HKS 4888
  3. Riparian, Forest (mesic)-Rare [Fox Creek]. GLS 6628, LES1090
  4. Meadow-Frequent (INT). GLS 6544, LES 664
  5. Meadow-Frequent. LES 627
BRASSICACEAE
MUSTARD FAMILY
Draba verna
Copyright © 2003 Steve Matson
  1. Arabis glabra (L.) Bernh.
  2. Athysanus pusillus (Hook) Greene.
  3. Brassica rapa L.
  4. Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medic.
  5. Cardamine californica (T. & G.) E. Greene.
  6. Cardamine oligosperma Nutt.
  7. Draba verna L.
  8. Erysimum capitatum (Dougl.) Greene.
  9. Guillenia lasiophylla (Hook. & Arn.) Greene.
  10. Nasturtium officinale R. Br.
  11. Rorippa curvisiliqua (Hook.) Bessey
  12. Thysanocarpus curvipes Hook.
  1. Meadow-Rare [South Meadow]. GLS 6572, SR 8
  2. Meadow-Infrequent.
  3. Meadow-Infrequent (INT). LES 1098
  4. Meadow-Infrequent (INT).
  5. Riparian, Forest-Frequent. LES 930
  6. Meadow-Infrequent, Woodland and Riparian-Frequent. HKS 4843, LES 694
  7. Meadow-Frequent. LES 906
  8. Rock outcrop-Rare [Black Oak Mountain]. LES 1046
  9. Chaparral(?)-Rare. LES 645
  10. Aquatic-Rare.
  11. Riparian-Rare. GLS 6634
  12. Meadow(?), Woodland-Infrequent. LES 683
CAMPANULACEAE
BELLFLOWER FAMILY
Triodonis biflora
Copyright © 2003 Jim Rocks
  1. Triodonis biflora Ruiz Lopez & Pavon.
  2. Downingia elegans (Dougl.) Torr.
  3. Githopsis specularioides Nutt.
  4. Heterocodon rariflorum Nutt.
  5. Nemocladus capillaris E. Greene.
  1. Forest(?),Meadow-Infrequent(?). LES 1160
  2. Meadow (swales)-Rare.
  3. Meadow-Frequent. HKS 4884, LES 615
  4. Riparian(?)-Infrequent(?). GLS 6598, HKS 4851
  5. Gravelly slopes, Meadows, Chaparral. JCH#
CALLITRICHACEAE
WATER-STARWORT FAMILY
Callitriche marginata
Copyright © 2003 George W. Hartwell
Callitriche marginata Torr. Riparian, Meadow (swales)-Rare. LES 1099
CAPRIFOLIACEAE
HONEYSUCKLE FAMILY
Lonicera hispidula
Copyright © 2003 Margo Bors
  1. Lonicera hispidula Doug. var vacillans Gray.
  2. Sambucus mexicana Presl.
  3. Symphoricarpos albus (L.) S. F. Blake var. laevigatus (Fern) S. F. Blake.
  1. Riparian, Forest-Frequent. HKS 4905, SR 88
  2. Riparian, Woodland (mesic)-Rare [primarily higher elevations]. LES 786
  3. Riparian-Frequent, Forest-Infrequent. LES 1196, 1197
CARYOPHYLLACEAE
PINK FAMILY
Silene californica
Copyright © 2002 George W. Hartwell
  1. Cerastium glomeratum Thuill.
  2. Minuartia californica (A. Gray) Mattf.
  3. Silene californica Durand.
  4. Silene vulgaris (Monench) Garcke.
  5. Spergularia rubra (L.) J. & Presl. (INT)
  6. Stellaria media (L.) Cyr.
  7. Stellaria nitens Nutt.
  1. Meadow-Frequent (INT). HKS 4847, LES 626
  2. Meadow-Infrequent.
  3. Riparian, Woodland-Infrequent. HKS 4890, LES 1052
  4. Grassland-Rare (INT). JB 2
  5. Meadow-Infrequent (?) [frequent along roadsides]. GLS 6537, LES 698
  6. Meadow-Frequent (INT). HKS 4847
  7. Meadows, Riparian-Frequent. HKS 4900
CELASTRACEAE
STAFF-TREE FAMILY
Euonymus occidentalis
Charles Webber, © 1998 California Academy of Sciences

Euonymus occidentalis Nutt. ex Torr.

Riparian-Rare [Fox Creek]. LES 1170
CHENOPODIACEAE
GOOSEFOOT FAMILY
Chenopodium botrys
Copyright © 1998 Larry Blakely
Chenopodium botrys L. Riparian-Infrequent (INT). JB 9

CONVOLVULACEAE
MORNING-GLORY FAMILY
Calystegia purpurata
Copyright © 1996 Doreen L. Smith

Convolvulus arvensis L.
Calystegia purpurata (E. Greene)Brummitt ssp. purpurata.

Meadow-Frequent (INT). SR 4
Woodland-Infrequent. LES 1182, JCH 448

CORNACEAE
DOGWOOD FAMILY
Cornus nutallii
Brother Alfred Brousseau © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California
Cornus nutallii Aud. Riparian, Forest (mesic)-Infrequent. LES 792
CRASSULACEAE
STONECROP FAMILY
Sedum spathulifolium
Walter Knight, © 1999 California Academy of Sciences
  1. Crassula erecta H. & A.
  2. Sedum spathulifolium Hook.
  3. Sedum radiatum S. Watson.
  1. Meadow-Frequent. LES 934
  2. Rock outcrop-Frequent. HKS 4899, LES 1053
  3. Rock outcrop-Infrequent. HKS 4900, LES 1054
CUCURBITACEAE
GOURD FAMILY
Marah oreganus
Walter Knight, © 1999 California Academy of Sciences
Marah oreganus (T. & G.) Howell. Chaparral, Woodland-Infrequent. LES 1077
CUSCUTACEAE
DODDER FAMILY
Cuscuta californica
Copyright © 2002 Lynn Watson

Cuscuta californica H. & A.

Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6541, SR 87
DATISCACEAE
DATISCA FAMILY

Brother Alfred Brousseau © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California
Datisca glomerata (Presl.) Baill. Riparian-Rare [higher elevations, channel of Misery Creek]. LES 790
DIPSACACEAE
TEASEL FAMILY
Dipsacus sativus
Copyright © 2003 George W. Hartwell

Dipsacus sativus (L.) Honck. (INT)

Riparian-Rare [waif].
ERICACEAE
HEATH FAMILY
Arctostaphylos glandulosa
Arbutus menziesii
Copyright © 2002 Brad Kelley
Copyright © 2002 Charles E. Jones
  1. Allotropa virgata A. Gray.
  2. Arbutus menziesii Pursh.
  3. Arctostaphylos canescens Eastw. ssp. canescens.
  4. Arctostaphylos columbiana Piper.
  5. Arctostaphylos glandulosa Eastw. ssp. glandulosa.
  6. Arctostaphylos manzanita C. Parry ssp. manzanita.
  7. Chimaphila menziesii (D. Don) Sprengel.
  8. Chimaphila umbellata L.
  9. Gaultheria shallon Pursh.
  10. Hemitomes congestum A. Gray.
  11. Pityopus californicus (Eastw.) H. Copel.
  12. Pyrola picta Smith.
  13. Vaccinium ovatum Pursh.
  14. Vaccinium parvifolium Sm. in Rees.
  1. Forest-Infrequent. LES 846
  2. Forest-Frequent. LES 794, 1070
  3. Chaparral-Infrequent. RFT 35087, CS s.n.
  4. Chaparral-Infrequent. RFT 35086, CS s.n.
  5. Chaparral-Frequent. LES 640, 895, 787
  6. Chaparral, Woodland-Infrequent. RFT 35092,
    LES 910, 852, 878
  7. Forest-Infrequent. DJ s.n.
  8. Forest-Infrequent. HKS 4880, LES 825
  9. Forest-Infrequent. LES 826
  10. Forest-Rare. JCH S.N.
  11. Forest-Rare.
  12. Forest-Infrequent. HKS 4902, SR 42
  13. Forest-Frequent. SR 63
  14. Riparian-Rare. LES 951
EUPHORBIACEAE
SPURGE FAMILY
Eremocarpus setigerus
Copyright © 2001 Steven Thorsted
  1. Chamaesyce sp.
  2. Eremocarpus setigerus (Hook.) Benth.
  3. Euphorpia spathulata Lam.
  1. Riparian [rock outcrops]-Infrequent. JCH 251
  2. Meadow-Frequent. JB 11, JCH 658
  3. Woodland-Infrequent, Riparian-Rare(?). JCH 259
FABACEAE
LEGUME FAMILY
Lupinus bicolor
Trifolium willdenovii
Brother Alfred Brousseau © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California

Copyright © 2003 Barry Breckling
  1. Astragalus gambelianus E. Sheldon.
  2. Lathyrus sulphureus A. Gray.
  3. Lotus corniculatus L.
  4. Lotus crassifolius (Benth.) E. Greene.
  5. Lotus humistratus E. Greene.
  6. Lotus micranthus Benth.
  7. Lotus purshianus (Benth.) Clements & E. G. Clements var. purshianus.
  8. Lotus strigosus (Nutt.) E. Greene.
  9. Lotus wrangelianus Fischer & C. Meyer.
  10. Lupinus adsurgens E. Drew.
  11. Lupinus bicolor Lindley.
  12. Medicago polymorpha L.
  13. Medicago minima (L.) Bartal.
  14. Melilotus alba Medikus.
  15. Robinia pseudoacacia L.
  16. Trifolium albopurpureum Torrey & A. Gray var. albopurpureum.
  17. Trifolium albopurpureum Torrey & A. Gray var. dichotomum (Hook. & Arn.) Isley.
  18. Trifolium bifidum A. Gray var. decipiens E. Greene.
  19. Trifolium cyathiferum Lindley.
  20. Trifolium dubium Sibth.
  21. Trifolium fucatum Lindley.
  22. Trifolium microdon Hook. & Arn.
  23. Trifolium microcephalum Pursh.
  24. Trifolium oliganthum Steudel.
  25. Trifolium repens L.
  26. Trifolium subterraneum L.
  27. Trifolium variegatum Nutt.
  28. Trifolium willdenovii Sprengel.
  29. Vicia americana Willd. var. americana.
  1. Meadow-Infrequent. HKS 4865
  2. Woodland, Forest (mesic)-Infrequent. HKS 4871, LES 1084
  3. Riparian - Frequent(?) (INT). JB 21
  4. Chaparral, Woodland-Infrequent [primarily higher elevations]. LES 833
  5. Chaparral, Woodland (gravelly slopes)-Frequent. JCH 309, 311
  6. Meadow-Frequent. LES 642
  7. Meadow-Frequent. LES 1173
  8. Meadow-Infrequent.
  9. Meadow-Frequent. LES 652
  10. Meadow-Rare. SR 45
  11. Meadow-Frequent. LES 632
  12. Riparian-Infrequent (INT). LES 1165
  13. Meadow-Frequent (INT). LES 635
  14. Riparian-Frequent (INT). JB 7
  15. Meadow-Rare (INT).
  16. Meadow-Frequent. LES 682, JCH 216
  17. Meadow-(?). LES 629, JCH 347
  18. Meadow-Frequent. LES 631, JCH 421
  19. Meadow-Frequent. GLS 6566, HKS 4862, LES 667, JCH 369, 371
  20. Meadow-Infrequent (INT). GLS 6535, JCH S.N.
  21. Riparian-Infrequent. LES 1097
  22. Meadow - Infrequent (?). JCH 346
  23. Meadow-Rare(?). HKS 4861, JCH 217, 426
  24. Chaparral, Meadow-Infrequent. HKS 4864, LES 650, 1081, 1082
  25. Meadow, Riparian-Frequent (INT). GLS 6597, LES 1196, JCH 374
  26. Meadow-Rare. JCH S.N.
  27. Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6565, 6585, HKS 4863, 4897, SR 61
  28. Meadow-Frequent. LES 668, JCH 345
  29. Meadow, Forest-Frequent. GLS 6573, LES 1074
FAGACEAE
OAK FAMILY
Quercus kelloggii
Copyright © 2002 Julie Kierstead Nelson
  1. Chrysolepis chrysophylla (Hook.) Hjelmquist.
  2. Chrysolepis chrysophylla var. minor (Benth.) Munz
  3. Lithocarpus densiflorus (Hook. & Arn.) Rehder.
  4. Quercus chrysolepis Liebm.
  5. Quercus garryana Hook.
  6. Quercus kelloggii Newb.
  7. Quercus kelloggii x Quercus wislizenii.
  8. Quercus wislizenii A. DC.
  9. Quercus wislizenii var. frutescens Engelm.
  1. Forest-Infrequent. LES 754, 789, 914
  2. Chaparral-Infrequent [primarily higher elevations]. LES 839
  3. Forest-Frequent. JCH 654
  4. Forest-Frequent. LES 785
  5. Forest-Frequent. RFT 35109, LES 760
  6. Forest-Frequent. LES 764, 822
  7. Forest-Infrequent. LES 64, 844
  8. Forest, Chaparral-Frequent. LES 785
  9. Chaparral-Infrequent. Fosberg 40759, LES 970
GARRYACEAE
SILK TASSEL FAMILY
Garrya freemontii
Brother Alfred Brousseau © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California

Garrya fremontii Torrey.

Chaparral-Infrequent. LES 835, 1101, DJ S.N.
GERANIACEAE
GERANIUM FAMILY
Geranium dissectum
Copyright © 2003 Lynn Watson
  1. Erodium cicutarium (L.) L'Her.
  2. Erodium brachycarpum (Godron) Thell.
  3. Geranium dissectum L.
  4. Geranium molle L.
  1. Meadow-Frequent (INT). LES 920
  2. Meadow-Frequent (INT). LES 654
  3. Meadow-Frequent (INT). GLS 6536
  4. Meadow-Frequent (INT). LES 623
GROSSULARIACEAE
GOOSEBERRY FAMILY
Ribes sanguineum
Brother Alfred Brousseau © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California
Ribes roezlii Regel var. amictum (E. Greene) Jepson.
Ribes sanguineum Pursh.
Woodland-Infrequent. GLS 6570, LES 677
Riparian(?)-Infrequent. LES 1208
HIPPOCASTANACEAE
BUCKEYE FAMILY
Aesculus californica
Brother Alfred Brousseau © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California
Aesculus californica (Spach) Nutt. Chaparral, Woodland-Infrequent. SR 95
HYDROPHYLLACEAE
WATERLEAF FAMILY

Copyright © 2002 George W. Hartwell
  1. Eriodictyon californicum (Hook. & Arn.) Torrey.
  2. Nemophila menziesii Hook. & Arn.
  3. Nemophila parviflora Benth.
  4. Nemophila pedunculata Benth.
  5. Phacelia bolanderi A. Gray.
  6. Phacelia mutabilis E. Greene.
  1. Chaparral-Frequent. LES 1076
  2. Meadow-Frequent. LES 614
  3. Meadow (?)-Frequent. GLS 6578, HKS 4842, LES 951, 695
  4. Meadow(?), Riparian, Woodland (mesic)-Infrequent. LES 1085
  5. (?)Meadow, Chaparral-Infrequent. HKS 5857
  6. (?). HKS 485
HYPERICACEAE
ST. JOHN'S WORT FAMILY
Hypericum anagalloides
Copyright © 2003 Steve Matson
Hypericum anagalloides Cham. & Schldl.
Hypericum perforatum L.

Riparian-Infrequent. JCH 261
Meadow-Rare. JCH 257

JUGLANDACEAE
WALNUT FAMILY

Brother Alfred Brousseau © 1995
Saint Mary's College of California
Juglans californica S. Watson var. hindsii Jeps. Meadow-planted and naturalized. LES 783

LAMIACEAE
MINT FAMILY

Copyright © 2001 Jeff Abbas

  1. Mentha pulegium L.
  2. Monardella villosa Benth.
  3. Prunella vulgaris L.
  4. Satureja douglasii (Benth.) Briq.
  5. Scutellaria californica Gray.
  6. Scutellaria tuberosa Benth.
  7. Stachys ajugoides Benth. var. rigida Jeps. & Hoover.
  8. Trichostema lanceolatum Benth.
  1. Riparian-Infrequent. JCH 367
  2. Meadow, Riparian, Woodland, Chaparral [rocky ground]-Infrequent. LES 1184
  3. Riparian-Frequent, Meadow(mesic)-Infrequent. SR 71
  4. Riparian, Forest-Frequent. HKS 4892, SR 39
  5. Meadow, Woodland-Infrequent. GLS 6630, SR 81
  6. Chaparral, Woodland-Infrequent. LES 643
  7. Meadow (edges), Woodland-Infrequent. GLS 6547,
    SR 7, 10, 35
  8. Meadow-Frequent. RFT 35084, LES 759
LAURACEAE
LAUREL FAMILY

Copyright © 2003 Michael Charters
Umbellularia californica (Hook. &. Arn.) Nutt. Forest, Riparian-Frequent. LES 780, LES 896
LIMNANTHACEAE
MEADOWFOAM FAMILY

Beatrice F. Howitt, © 1999 California Academy of Sciences
Limnanthes douglasii R. Br. ssp. douglasii
Limnanthes douglasii ssp.nivea (C. Mason) C. Mason.
Meadow-Frequent. LES 633
Meadow-?. [Not really on reserve?]
LYTHRACEAE
LOOSESTRIFE FAMILY

Copyright © 2003 George W. Hartwell

Lythrum hyssopifolium L.

Riparian, Meadow-Infrequent.

MORACEAE
MULBERRY FAMILY

Copyright © 2001 James B. Gratiot

Ficus (carica?). Meadow-planted. [Gone?]
MYRICACEAE
WAX MYRTLE FAMILY

Charles Webber, © 2000 California Academy of Sciences

Myrica californica Cham. & Schldl.

Forest (mesic)-Rare. LES 955
OLEACEAE
OLIVE FAMILY

Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California
Fraxinus latifolia Benth.
Syringia vulgaris L.
Riparian-Frequent. RFT 35078, LES 749, JCH 284
Meadow-planted.
ONAGRACEAE
EVENING PRIMROSE FAMILY
Epilobium torreyi
Copyright © 2004 Norman Jensen
  1. Clarkia gracilis (Piper) Nelson & J. F. Macbr. ssp sonomensis (C. L. Hitchc.) Lewis & Lewis.
  2. Clarkia purpurea (Curtis) Nelson & J. F. Macbr.
  3. Epilobium brachycarpum C. Presl.
  4. Epilobium ciliatum Raf. ssp. ciliatum.
  5. Epilobium minutum Lehm.
  6. Epilobium torreyi (S. Watson) P. Hoch & Raven.
  1. Meadow-Frequent. GLS 6607, LES 1213
  2. Meadow-Frequent. LES 658, 1206
  3. Meadow-Frequent.
  4. Riparian-Frequent. GLS 6593, HKS 4904
  5. Meadow(?)-Frequent. HKS 4905, LES 610
  6. Meadow, Riparian-Infrequent. GLS 6538, 6615
OROBANCHACEAE
BROOM-RAPE FAMILY
Orobanche uniflora
Douglas Barbe, © 2001 CDFA
Orobanche uniflora L. Meadow, Riparian-Rare. HKS 4876
OXALIDACEAE
OXALIS FAMILY
Oxalis oregana Nutt.
Gerald and Buff Corsi, © 1999 California Academy of Sciences

Oxalis oregana Nutt.

Forest(mesic)-Frequent. LES 972
PAPAVERACEAE
POPPY FAMILY
Eschscholzia californica Cham.
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California
  1. Dicentra formosa (Haw.) Walp.
  2. Eschscholzia californica Cham.
  3. Platystemon californicus Benth.
  1. Riparian-Rare. HKS 4895
  2. Meadow-Frequent. SR 2
  3. Meadow-Frequent. LES 624
PHILADELPHACEAE
MOCK ORANGE FAMILY
Philadelphus lewisii
Copyright © 2003 Christopher L. Christie
Philadelphus lewisii Pursh.
Whipplea modesta Torrey.
Riparian-Infrequent. RFT 35008, LES 784, 1215
Forest, Woodland-Infrequent. HKS 4877, LES 647
PLANTAGINACEAE
PLANTAIN FAMILY
Plantago lanceolata
Charles Webber, © 1998 California Academy of Sciences
Plantago lanceolata L.
Plantago major L.
Meadow-Frequent (INT). SR 82
Riparian-Infrequent (INT). LES 1198
POLEMONIACEAE
PHLOX FAMILY
Gilia capitata
Copyright © 2002 Lynn Watson
  1. Collomia heterophylla Hook.
  2. Gilia capitata Sims.
  3. Linanthus androsaceus (Benth.) E. Greene ssp. androsaceus.
  4. Linanthus bicolor (Nutt.) Greene.
  5. Linanthus bolanderi (Nutt.) E. Greene.
  6. Navarretia divaricata (A. Gray) E. Greene ssp vividior (Jepson & V. Bailey) H. Mason.
  7. Navarretia intertexta (Benth.)Hook.
  8. Navarretia mellita E. Greene.
  9. Phlox gracilis E. Greene.
  1. Woodland-Infrequent, Meadow-Frequent. HKS 4853, LES 651
  2. Riparian-Rare. LES 1201
  3. Woodland, Meadow-Frequent. LES628, RP 1416
  4. Meadow (edges)-Frequent. GLS 6574, LES 621, RP 1421
  5. Meadow (edges), Woodland, Chaparral-Infrequent. RP 1415
  6. Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6618, SR 79
  7. Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6542, 6617
  8. Chaparral-Infrequent, Meadow-Frequent. GLS 4856, SR 15
  9. Meadow-Infrequent. LES 1059
POLYGALACEAE
MILKWORT FAMILY
Polygala californica
Copyright © 2003 Keir Morse

Polygala californica Nutt.

Woodland, Forest-Frequent. HKS 4870, SR 12
POLYGONACEAE
BUCKWHEAT FAMILY
Rumex acetosella
Donald Myrick, © 1999 California Academy of Sciences
  1. Eriogonum nudum Benth. (var.?) (?)-
  2. Eriogonum vimineum Benth.
  3. Polygonum arenastrum Boreau.
  4. Rumex acetosella L.
  5. Rumex crispus L.
  1. Infrequent. JB 15, JCH 395
  2. Riparian (banks, rock outcrops)-Infrequent. JB 26
  3. Riparian (gravel bars), Meadow (roads, trails) -Frequent (INT). LES 817
  4. Meadow-Frequent (INT). HKS 4873, LES 636
  5. Riparian, Meadow-Infrequent (INT). LES 1074
PORTULACACEAE
PURSLANE FAMILY
Calandrinia ciliata
Copyright © 2001 Jeff Abbas
  1. Calandrinia ciliata (Ruiz Lopez & Pavon) D. C.
  2. Claytonia perfoliata Willd.
  3. Claytonia saxosa Brandegee.
  4. Montia diffusa (Nutt.) E. Greene.
  5. Montia parvifolia (D.C.) E. Greene.
  1. Meadow-Infrequent. LES 625
  2. Riparian, Meadow-Frequent. HKS 4857, LES 692, 648
  3. Rock outcrop-Rare [high elevation]. JCH S.N. [poor specimen - i.d. questionable]
  4. Forest-Infrequent. HKS 4858, SR 52
  5. Riparian-Frequent. HKS 4841
PRIMULACEAE
PRIMROSE FAMILY

Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California
  1. Anagallis arvensis L.
  2. Dodecatheon hendersonii A. Gray.
  3. Trientalis latifolia Hook.
  1. Riparian, Meadow-Infrequent (INT). LES 655
  2. Meadow, Woodland, Forest, Riparian-Infrequent. LES 932
  3. Riparian, Forest(mesic)-Frequent. SR 60
RANUNCULACEAE
BUTTERCUP FAMILY

Copyright © 2003 Dianne Fristrom
  1. Anenome oregana A. Gray.
  2. Aquilegia formosa Fischer.
  3. Delphinium hesperium A. Gray ssp. hesperium.
  4. Delphinium nudicaule Torrey & A. Gray.
  5. Ranunculus aquatilis L. var. hispidulus E. Drew.
  6. Ranunculus occidentalis Nutt.
  7. Thalictricum fendleri A. Gray var. polycarpum Torrey
  1. Forest (mesic)-Infrequent. LES 954
  2. Riparian-Infrequent. LES 771
  3. Meadow-Infrequent. SR 774
  4. Riparian, Woodland (mesic, rocky)-Infrequent. HKS 4901, LES 709
  5. Riparian-Rare.
  6. Meadow-Frequent. LES 678, JCH 327
  7. Riparian (at high elevation) - Rare (?) JCH

RHAMNACEAE
BUCKTHORN FAMILY
Ceanothus foliosus
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California

  1. Ceanothus cuneatus (Hook.) Nutt.
  2. Ceanothus foliosus C. Parry.
  3. Ceanothus gloriosus J. Howell var. exaltatus J. Howell.
  4. Ceanothus incanus Torrey & A. Gray.
  5. Ceanothus integerrimus Hook. & Arn.
  6. Ceanothus velutinus Hook. var. velutinus.
  7. Rhamnus californica Eschsch. ssp. occidentalis (J. Howell) C. Wolf.
  1. Chaparral, Meadow(?)-Infrequent. LES 644
  2. Chaparral-Infrequent. RG 6605, LES 641
  3. Chaparral-Infrequent. LES 608
  4. Chaparral, Woodland, Meadow(edges), Forest (openings)-Frequent. RFT 35079, SR 83
  5. Chaparral, Meadow (edges)-Infrequent (more abundant at higher elevations). LES 1105
  6. Chaparral-Infrequent (primarily at higher elevations). LES 829
  7. Chaparral-Frequent, Forest-Infrequent. JB 4

ROSACEAE
ROSE FAMILY
Holodiscus discolor

Copyright © 2003 Michael Charters
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California

  1. Adenostoma fasciculatum Hook. & Arn.
  2. Aphanes occidentalis (Nutt.) Rydb.
  3. Amelanchier utahensis Koehne.
  4. Cercocarpus betuloides Torrey & A. Gray var. betuloides.
  5. Fragaria vesca C. & S.
  6. Heteromeles arbutifolia (Lindley) Roemer.
  7. Holodiscus discolor (Pursh) Maxim.
  8. Malus sylvestris Miller.
  9. Oemeleria cerasiformis (Hook. & Arn.) J. W. Landon.
  10. Physocarpus capitatus (Pursh) Kuntze.
  11. Prunus virginiana L. var demissa (Nutt.) Torrey.
  12. Pyrus communis L.
  13. Rosa gymnocarpa Nutt.
  14. Rubus discolor Weihe. & Nees.
  15. Rubus leucodermis Torrey & A. Gray.
  16. Rubus parviflorus Nutt.
  17. Rubus ursinus Cham. & Schldl.
  1. Chaparral-Frequent. SR 11
  2. Meadow-Frequent. LES 935
  3. Riparian-Infrequent. LES 781
  4. Chaparral-Infrequent. JB 19
  5. Forest-Frequent. LES 1095
  6. Chaparral-Infrequent. DJ s.n.
  7. Riparian, Forest-Infrequent. RFT 35105, LES 782, 1199
  8. Meadow-Planted (INT). LES 779
  9. Riparian-Infrequent. LES 712
  10. Riparian-Infrequent. LES 1203
  11. Meadow, Woodland-Infrequent. RFT 35106, LES 1100
  12. Meadow-Planted (INT). LES 778
  13. Forest, Riparian-Frequent. LES 767
  14. Riparian-Frequent JCH 472 [Species was not on checklists from 1960's and 70's and has increased in abundance noticeably during 93-98.]
  15. Riparian-Frequent, Forest (mesic)-Infrequent. LES 752
  16. Riparian, Forest (mesic)-Infrequent. LES 827
  17. Riparian, Meadow (edges), Forest (mesic)-Infrequent. LES 1174
RUBIACEAE
MADDER FAMILY

Lauramay Dempster, © 1979 California Native Plant Society
  1. Galium aparine L.
  2. Galium californicum Hook. & Arn. ssp. californicum.
  3. Galium muricatum Wight.
  4. Galium porrigens Dempster.
  5. Galium parisiense L.
  6. Galium triflorum Michaux.
  7. Sherardia arvensis L.
  1. Meadow, Riparian, Woodland-Infrequent (It's unclear if native or introduced). LES 1049, 1064
  2. Forest, Woodland-Frequent. HKS 4885, LES 1209
  3. Forest-Infrequent. GLS 6580, LES 1094
  4. Chaparral, Forest-Frequent. LES 1077, LES 928
  5. Meadow-Frequent (INT). HKS 4886
  6. Riparian, Forest-Frequent. HKS 4846, 4860, SR 34
  7. Meadow-Frequent? (INT). LES 662
SALICACEAE
WILLOW FAMILY
Salix lasiolepis Benth.
Copyright © 2003 Margo Bors
  1. Salix laevigata Bebb.
  2. Salix lasiolepis Benth.
  3. Populus trichocarpa T. & G.
  1. Riparian-Rare. LES 1212,
  2. Riparian-Infrequent. LES 1096, 1106, JCH 420
  3. Woodland-Rare [at high elevation seeps]. JCH S.N.
SAXIFRAGACEAE
SAXIFRAGE FAMILY
Lithophragma affine
Copyright © 1996 Christopher L. Christie
  1. Boykinia occidentalis Torrey & A. Gray.
  2. Heuchera micrantha Lindley.
  3. Lithophragma affine A. Gray.
  4. Lithophragma heterophyllum (Hook. & Arn.) Torrey & A. Gray.
  5. Mitella ovalis E. Greene.
  6. Saxifraga mertensiana Bong.
  7. Saxifraga nidifica E. Greene var. nidifica.
  8. Tellima grandiflora (Pursh.) Lindley.
  9. Tiarella trifoliata L. var. unifoliata (Hook.) Kurtz.
  1. Riparian-Frequent. HKS 4848, LES 773
  2. Riparian, Rock outcrops-Frequent. HKS 4894, SR 20
  3. Meadow-Infrequent.
  4. Meadow-Frequent, Forest-Infrequent.
    HKS 4815, 4887, LES 659, 1047
  5. Riparian, Forest (mesic)-Infrequent. LES 1102
  6. Riparian-Frequent. LES 952
  7. Riparian-Infrequent. LES 933
  8. Riparian-Frequent. GLS 6562, LES 707
  9. Riparian-Frequent, Forest (mesic)-Infrequent.
    GLS 6563, HKS 4895, LES 772

SCROPHULARIACEAE
FIGWORT FAMILY



Verbascum thapsus
(1,2) Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California
(3) Copyright © 1998 Nick Kurzenko

  1. Antirrhinum cornutum Benth.
  2. Castilleja applegatei Fern.
  3. Castilleja attenuata (A. Gray) Chuang & Heckard.
  4. Castilleja tenuis (A.A. Heller) Chuang & Heckard.
  5. Collinsia sparsiflora Fischer & Meyer.
  6. Cordylanthus sp.
  7. Digitalis purpurea L.
  8. Keckiella breviflora Straw.
  9. Keckiella corymbosus (Benth.) Staw.
  10. Mimulus aurantiacus Curtis.
  11. Mimulus cardinalis Benth.
  12. Mimulus douglasii (Benth.) A. Gray.
  13. Mimulus guttatus DC.
  14. Mimulus kelloggii (E. Greene) A. Gray.
  15. Mimulus moschatus Lindley.
  16. Mimulus pilosus (Benth.) S. Watson.
  17. Pedicularis densiflora Hook.
  18. Scrophularia californica Cham. & Schldl ssp. californica.
  19. Synthyris reniformis (Douglas) Benth.
  20. Tonella tenella (Benth.) A. A. Heller.
  21. Triphysaria pusillia (Benth.) Chuang & Heckard.
  22. Verbascum blattaria L.
  23. Verbascum thapsus L.
  24. Veronica arvensis L.
  25. Veronica serpyllifolia L. ssp. humifusa (Dickson) Syme.
  1. (?)-Infrequent. GLS 6609
  2. Chaparral(?)-Rare.
  3. Meadow-Frequent. LES 618
  4. Meadow-Rare? GLS 6465
  5. Meadow-Infrequent. LES 663
  6. Riparian-Rare. JCH 249
  7. Meadow-Infrequent (INT). SR 70
  8. Chaparral-Infrequent. LES 927
  9. Riparian-Infrequent. LES 1202
  10. Chaparral-Frequent. LES 837
  11. Riparian-Frequent. GLS 6586, JB 18
  12. Meadow-Rare. LES 607
  13. Riparian-Frequent, Meadow-Infrequent. HKS 4875, LES 666
  14. Chaparral-Frequent (gravelly slopes). LES 612
  15. Riparian-Infrequent.
  16. Riparian (banks)-Infrequent. JB 6
  17. Woodland, Chaparral-Frequent. LES 931
  18. Riparian-Infrequent. LES1168
  19. Forest (mesic)-Infrequent. LES 637, 971
  20. Meadow-Frequent. HKS 4896, LES 1079
  21. Meadow-Infrequent.
  22. Meadow, Riparian-Infrequent (INT). LES 1181
  23. Meadow, Riparian-Frequent (INT).
  24. Meadow, Riparian-Infrequent (INT). HKS 4584, LES 622, SR 49
  25. Riparian-Infrequent (INT). GLS 6589
SOLANACEAE
NIGHTSHADE FAMILY
Solanum parishii
Copyright © 1996 Christopher L. Christie
Solanum parishii A. A. Heller. Chaparral-Rare. LES 613
VALERIANACEAE
VALERIAN FAMILY
Plectritis macrocera
Copyright © 1983 Gary A. Monroe
Plectritis macrocera Torrey & A. Gray. Meadow-Frequent. LES 1051
VERBENIACEAE
VERVAIN FAMILY
Verbena lasiostachys
Copyright © 2002 Lynn Watson
Verbena lasiostachys Link. Meadow-Frequent. GLS 6546, 6616, SR 73
VIOLACEAE
VIOLET FAMILY
Viola sempervirens
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California
  1. Viola lobata Benth.
  2. Viola ocellata Torrey & A. Gray.
  3. Viola praemorsa Douglas.
  4. Viola purpurea Kellogg.
  5. Viola sempervirens E. Greene.
  6. Viola sheltonii Torrey.
  1. Forest, Riparian-Infrequent.
  2. Woodland, Meadow (edges)-Frequent. LES 675
  3. Woodland, Meadow (edges)-Infrequent. LES 672, 1080
  4. Forest-Infrequent. GLS 6571
  5. Redwood forest, Forest-Infrequent. HKS 4879, LES 942
  6. Forest-Infrequent.
VISCACEAE
MISTLETOE FAMILY
Phoradendron flavescens var. villosum
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California

Phoradendron flavescens var. villosum (Pursh.) Nutt.

Forest-Frequent. LES 845
VITACEAE
GRAPE FAMILY
Vitis californica
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California
Vitis californica Benth. Riparian-Infrequent. JB 8
DIVISION ANTHOPHYTA:
CLASS MONOTYLEDONEAE
 


CYPERACEAE
SEDGE FAMILY
Cyperus eragrostis

Carex nudata
Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California
Copyright © 2002 Dean Wm. Taylor

  1. Carex bolanderi Olney.
  2. Carex densa L. Bailey.
  3. Carex concinnoides Mackenzie.
  4. Carex globosa W. Boott.
  5. Carex gynodynama Olney.
  6. Carex hendersonii L. Bailey.
  7. Carex lenticularis Michaux var. limnophila (Holm) Cronq.
  8. Carex nudata W. Boott.
  9. Carex aquatilis Wahlenb. var. dives (Holm) L. Standley.
  10. Carex subfusca W. Boott.
  11. Carex tumulicola Mackenzie.
  12. Carex unilateralis Mackenzie.
  13. Carex vesicaria L.
  14. Cyperus eragrostis Lam.
  15. Scirpus microcarpus C. Presl.
  1. Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6595
  2. Meadow-Infrequent. SR 86
  3. Meadow(?), Woodland-Infrequent. LES 646
  4. Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6576
  5. Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6602
  6. Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6559
  7. Meadow-Rare. GLS 6558
  8. Riparian-Common. GLS 6557, SR 55, LES 704
  9. Riparian-Infrequent. RFT 35096
  10. Forest-Infrequent. RFT 35102, GLS 6596, 6601
  11. Meadow, Forest-Frequent. GLS 6554, LES 680
  12. Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6555, 6611, LES 1061
  13. Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6612
  14. Riparian-Frequent. GLS6603
  15. Riparian-Frequent. RFT 35093, SR 24
HYDROCHARITACEAE
WATERWEED FAMILY

Brother Alfred Brousseau, © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California
Elodea canadensis Rich. Riverine-Frequent.
IRIDACEAE
IRIS FAMILY
Copyright © 1994 Gary A. Monroe

Iris douglasiana Herbert.
Iris purdyi Eastw.

Riparian-Infrequent. GLS 6653, HKS 4866, RFT 35100, LES 1107
Woodland-Frequent, Forest, Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6550, RFT 35108, LES 670
JUNCACEAE
RUSH FAMILY

Copyright © 2002 Dean Wm. Taylor
  1. Juncus bolanderi Engelm.
  2. Juncus bufonius L.
  3. Juncus covillei Piper.
  4. Juncus effusus L. v pacificus Fern. & Wieg.
  5. Juncus ensifolius Wikstrom.
  6. Juncus patens E. Meyer.
  7. Juncus phaeocephalus Engelman v paniculatus Engelman.
  8. Juncus tenuis Willd.
  9. Luzula comosa E. Meyer.
  1. Meadow, Riparian(?)-Infrequent. GLS 6591
  2. Meadow-Frequent. GLS 6599, LES 808
  3. Riparian-Frequent. GLS 6552, 6594, RFT 35098, SR 59
  4. Meadow, Riparian-Frequent. GLS 6587, LES 1058
  5. Meadow-Rare. SR 84
  6. Riparian-Frequent, Woodland-Infrequent. RFT 35099, SR 19
  7. (?).
  8. Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6534, LES 1065
  9. Meadow-Frequent, Woodland-Infrequent. LES 714

LILIACEAE
LILY FAMILY





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  1. Allium falcifolium Hook. & Arn.
  2. Allium unifolium Kellogg.
  3. Brodiaea elegans Hoover.
  4. Calochortus coeruleus (Kellogg) S. Watson.
  5. Chlorogalum pomeridianum (DC.) Kunth.
  6. Clintonia uniflora (Schultes) Kunth.
  7. Dichelostemma capitatum Alph. Wood.
  8. Dichelostemma ida-maia (Alph. Wood) E. Greene.
  9. Disporum hookeri (Torrey) Nichols.
  10. Erythronium californicum Purdy.
  11. Hastingsia alba (Durand) S. Watson.
  12. Lilium pardalinum Kellogg.
  13. Lilium rubescens S. Watson.
  14. Kniphofia sp.
  15. Narcissus sp.
  16. Scoliopus bigelovii Torrey.
  17. Smilacina racemosa (L.) Link.
  18. Trillium ovatum Pursh ssp. ovatum.
  19. Triteleia bridgesii (S. Watson) E. Greene.
  20. Triteleia hyacinthina (Lindley) E. Greene.
  21. Triteleia laxa Benth.
  22. Xerophyllum tenax (Pursh) Nutt.
  23. Zigadenus micranthus Eastw.
  24. Zigadenus fremontii (Torrey) S. Watson.
  25. Zigadenus micranthus Eastw. var. fontanus (Eastw.) D. McNeal.
  1. (?)-Rare.
  2. Riparian-Rare. GLS 6564
  3. Meadow-Infrequent. SR 3
  4. Rock Outcrop-Rare (primarily higher elevations).
  5. Chaparral-Infrequent.
  6. Riparian-Rare.
  7. Meadow-Infrequent. LES 617
  8. Riparian, Meadow-Infrequent. HKS 4891, GLS 6619, SR 41
  9. Forest (mesic), Riparian-Frequent. HKS 4872, LES 1091
  10. Riparian-Infrequent. LES 1104
  11. Riparian-Rare. LES 1204
  12. Riparian-Infrequent.
  13. Riparian-Rare. JB 1
  14. Meadow-Planted (persisting). LES 1211
  15. Meadow-Planted-(persisting).
  16. Forest (mesic)-Frequent. LES 916
  17. Forest (mesic)-Frequent. LES 1092
  18. Forest (mesic)-Frequent. LES 940
  19. Woodland-Rare. LES 1169
  20. Riparian-Infrequent.
  21. Meadow-Infrequent. HKS 4853, SR 1
  22. Woodland, Forest-Rare. LES 1178
  23. Meadow-Frequent. GLS 6650, LES 611
  24. Chaparral(?)-Rare.
  25. Chaparral-Infrequent. LES 611, GLS 6550
ORCHIDACEAE
ORCHID FAMILY

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  1. Calypso bulbosa (L.) Oakes.
  2. Cephalanthera austinae (A. Gray) A. Heller.
  3. Corallorhiza maculata Raf.
  4. Epipactis gigantea Hook.
  5. Goodyera oblongifolia Raf.
  6. Piperia unalaschensis (Sprengel) Rydb.
  7. Spiranthes porrifolia Lindley.
  1. Forest (mesic) - Frequent. LES 638
  2. Riparian, Forest (mesic)-Rare. JB 231
  3. Forest-Infrequent. HKS 4903, LES 1093
  4. Riparian-Frequent. RFT 35090, SR 46
  5. LES 757
  6. Forest (mesic)-Infrequent. GLS 6579, JB 3
  7. Riparian, Forest (mesic)-Rare. LES 1200
POACEAE
GRASS FAMILY









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Copyright © 2002 Dean Wm. Taylor
  1. Agrostis gigantea Roth.
  2. Agrostis stolonifera L.
  3. Agrostis exarata Trin.
  4. Aira caryophyllea L.
  5. Avena barbata Brot.
  6. Briza minor L.
  7. Bromus carinatus L.
  8. Bromus japonicus Murr.
  9. Bromus laevipes Schear.
  10. Bromus hordeaceus L.
  11. Bromus diandrus Roth.
  12. Bromus madritensis ssp.rubens (L.) Husnot.
  13. Bromus tectorum L.
  14. Bromus vulgaris Shear.
  15. Calamagrostis rubescens Buckl.
  16. Cynosurus echinatus L.
  17. Dactylis glomerata L.
  18. Danthonia californica Bol. Var. americana (Scribn.) A. Hitchc.
  19. Deschampsia danthonioides (Trin..) Benth..
  20. Elymus glaucus Buckl.
  21. Elymus multisetus (J. G. Smith) Burtt Davy.
  22. Echinochloa crusgalli (L.) Beauv.
  23. Festuca californica Vasey.
  24. Festuca elmeri Scribn. & Merr.
  25. Festuca idahoensis Elmer.
  26. Festuca occidentalis Hook.
  27. Festuca reflexa Buckl.
  28. Gastridium ventricosum (Govan) Schinz & Thell..
  29. Glyceria elata (Nasch.) Hitchc.
  30. Glyceria striata (Lam.) Hitchc.
  31. Glyceria occidentalis (Piper) J. C. Nels.
  32. Hierochloe occidentalis Buckl.
  33. Holcus lanatus L.
  34. Hordeum brachyantherum Niluski.
  35. Hordeum depressum (Scribn. & Sm.) Rydb.
  36. Lolium multiflorum Lam.
  37. Lolium perenne L.
  38. Melica californica Scribn.
  39. Melica geyeri Munro.
  40. Melica harfordii Bol.
  41. Melica subulata (Griseb.) Scribn.
  42. Panicum acuminatum Sw. var. acuminatum.
  43. Phalaris aquatica L.
  44. Phleum pratense L.
  45. Poa annua L.
  46. Poa bulbosa L.
  47. Poa howellii Vasey & Scribn.
  48. Poa pratensis L. ssp. pratensis.
  49. Poa secunda J. S. Presl ssp. secunda
  50. Polypogon interruptus Kunth.
  51. Polypogon monspeliensis (L.) Desf.
  52. Trisetum canescens Buckle.
  53. Vulpia bromoides (L.) S.F. Gray.
  54. Vulpia microstachys.
  55. Vulpia myuros (L.) C. Gmelin var. hirsuta (Hackel) Asch.& Graebner.
  1. Riparian, Meadow(?)-Infrequent (INT). LES 1157
  2. SR 65.
  3. Meadow, Woodland-Infrequent. HKS 4868, GLS 6560, 6588, 6590, 6592, 6613, LES 630, SR 65, TG S.N.
  4. Meadow-Frequent (INT). LES 620
  5. Meadow-Frequent (INT). LES 691
  6. Meadow-Frequent (INT). LES 671
  7. Meadow-Frequent.
  8. Meadow-Frequent (INT). GLS 6533, TG S.N.
  9. Forest-Infrequent.
  10. Meadow-Frequent (INT). LES 656
  11. Meadow-Frequent (INT). LES 681, 690
  12. Meadow-Infrequent (INT). LES 669
  13. Meadow-Frequent (INT). LES 1067
  14. Forest-Infrequent. LES 1163
  15. Forest-Infrequent. GLS 6620
  16. Meadow-Frequent (INT). SR 5
  17. Meadow-Frequent (INT). SR 77
  18. Meadow-Frequent. LES 687
  19. Meadow-Rare. HKS 4867, TG S.N.
  20. Meadow-Frequent, Riparian, Woodland-Infrequent. LES 688, SR 26, GLS 6532, SR 80
  21. Meadow (?) - Rare. GLS 6531, JCH 247
  22. Meadow, Riparian (gravel bars)-Infrequent (INT). LES 813
  23. Woodland-Infrequent. LES 1083
  24. Meadow, Forest-Infrequent. GLS 6577, LES 1159a
  25. Meadow-Infrequent. GLS 6626, LES 1073
  26. Forest, Woodland-Frequent, Meadow-Rare. LES 1210
  27. Forest-Infrequent. GLS 6606
  28. Meadow-Infrequent (INT). LES 1172, TP S.N.
  29. Riparian-Frequent. GLS 6583, HKS 4869, LES 765, LES 1165
  30. Riparian (?)-Rare. GLS 6583
  31. Riparian-Rare. GLS 6610
  32. Forest (mesic)-Frequent. LES 915
  33. Meadow-Frequent (INT). SR 66
  34. Meadow-Infrequent. LES 684, JCH 245
  35. Meadow-Infrequent. SR 78
  36. Meadow-Frequent (INT).
  37. Meadow-Frequent(?) (INT). LES 1185
  38. Woodland (?)-Infrequent.
  39. Meadow-Frequent, Forest-Infrequent. LES 676, SR 27
  40. Meadow-Frequent, Forest-Infrequent. LES 686, LES 1164
  41. Forest, Riparian-Infrequent. LES 705
  42. Riparian-Frequent. GLS 6584, LES 763
  43. Meadow-Frequent (INT). SR 91
  44. Meadow-Infrequent (INT). RFT 35101, TG S.N.
  45. Meadow-Frequent. LES 693
  46. Meadow-Rare. JCH S.N.
  47. Meadow-Infrequent. HKS 4869
  48. Meadow-Infrequent. LES 685
  49. Meadow-Frequent.
  50. Meadow, Riparian(?)-Infrequent (INT).HBK
  51. Meadow, Riparian (gravel bars)-Infrequent (INT). LES 816
  52. Forest-Frequent. GLS 6561, LES 1159
  53. Meadow-Infrequent (INT).
  54. Redwood forest-Infrequent. GLS 6606
  55. Meadow-Infrequent. LES 673
POTAMOGETONACEAE
PONDWEED FAMILY

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Potamogeton nodosus Poiret. Riverine.
TYPHACEAE
CATTAIL FAMILY

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Typha latifolia L.

Riparian-Rare. LES 815

This checklist is an extension of two previous lists. The first list was produced by G. Ledyard Stebbins in 1968. It was based on two visits to what was then The Nature Conservancy's Northern California Coast Range Preserve. During the 1970's, a second list was prepared by G. Lester. This second list was based on a number of visits over a two year period, and documented the presence of many species not on the initial list. Over the past five years, as part of an on-going project to describe the Reserve's flora and vegetation, I have been revising these earlier lists and adding additional information.

The habitat of each species is described in terms of one or more general vegetation types (occasionally with additional notes). Most of the Reserve is covered by "mixed evergreen" forests. Primarily these fall into two categories: Pseudotsuga-Lithocarpus forests (mainly north-facing slopes) and Pseudotsuga-mixed hardwood forests (most aspects other than north-facing). In Pseudotsuga-Lithocarpus forests, the canopy is dominated by Pseudotsuga menziesii and Lithocarpus densiflorus together with Arbutus menziesii. The canopies of Pseudotsuga-mixed hardwood forests vary in the abundance of Pseudotsuga and their other dominants include Arbutus, Quercus chrysolepis, Quercus wislizenii and Umbellularia californica.

Within this general matrix of mixed evergreen forest, there are inclusions of other vegetation types. Along stream courses there is riparian vegetation on banks and in the active channel, particularly on gravel bars. Outside of the riparian zone but in adjacent mesic locations (valley bottoms and the lower portions of slopes) there are a number of plants more characteristic of coastal forests, and there are stands of nearly pure Pseudotsuga menziesii and even some patches of Sequoia sempervirens. On uplifted alluvial terraces and some ridgetops, there are meadows and patches dominated by deciduous oaks. The meadows are strikingly varied in their composition and structure. (Native perennial grasses are usually among the dominants.) The oak patches are of Quercus garryana at lower elevations and Q. Kelloggii at higher. Though these oak patches vary from open canopied woodlands to forest stands, I call them woodlands on the species list. On south-facing slopes and along some ridgelines, there also are patches of chaparral. Adenostoma fasciculatum, Arctostaphylos glandulosa and Quercus wislizenii are particularly abundant within these chaparral patches.

Within these habitats, species abundance is described as frequent, infrequent or rare. Frequent species are common within the specified habitat. They are found over a large portion of the habitat's acreage. Infrequent species are within only a small percentage of a habitat's area, and rare species are known from only one to several restricted localities.