Glendora Natural History Website Data Compiled by Dick Swinney
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Dick Swinney & Andrew C. Sanders
Copyright: March, 2008

The impetus for this study began with my publication of the Glendora Foothills Plant Checklist - San Gabriel Mountains, 1994. I began collecting plants in the eastern San Gabriel Mountains after the Glendora Foothills project was complete and have continued to the present. An update to the Glendora plants is available on my web page as well my publication of Vascular Plants of the South Hills, 2006.

As with the plants of the Glendora project, Andrew C. Sanders, Curator of the UCR Herbarium has been responsible for the identification of the plants. Others that participated in the identification process included G.K. Helmkamp, Mark Hershkovitz, Mark S. Brunell, Mitch Provance, S.D. White, Steve Boyd and Tim Ross. Copies of most of the plants were also included for the RSA herbarium and were processed with the same identification label as ones interred into the UCR collection.

Andy has completed the processing of eight thousand plants of my east San Gabriel Mountain collection. The next update to this list will be made when the final specimens that were identified to genus only, are identified. He is currently working on this project. The last collection of 500 voucher specimens was recently delivered to UCR and will not be looked at until 2009.

I will continue collecting in the eastern San Gabriels for years to come. I’m currently working on the publication of minifloras of the mountain peaks and other sensitive areas of the E. San Gabriels and will put them on line as they are completed. Most of the collecting for these sensitive areas is completed. All named peaks and many prominent ridge tops (that will be identified by elevation number and location), will be included. A complete collection of the plants of each peak is made during at least two different seasons. To have a reliable record, normally all plants are collected for reference. Collected plants, in a vegetative condition, are collected for identification only. It is not always possible to identify these plants to species level and further collecting has to take place. These plants are identified by Andy and returned to me. They are not processed into the UCR or RSA collections. This will serve as reference point for future collecting and will be added onto by collections that have been made in the past by others. A search for additional specimens made by other collectors will not be made at this time, except for the source listed below.

Many of the plants have not yet been determined to the subspecies level. This will be made available as their identification is completed. Location data has been included for the ferns and gymnosperms. The continuation of this work is ongoing. This current list includes 1,349 taxa.

Plants included in The San Dimas Experimental Forest: 50 Years of Research, 1988, that I have not yet observed in the E. San Gabriel Mountains, are included in this publication as well. They will be noted by the SDEF reference. These plants were assembled from the 1930’s through the 1950’s with an update in August 1984. A Nomenclature Revision of this Appendix A-Flora was made by me in June of 1999 and is currently listed on my web page. Many of these plants are weedy species and grasses. The SDEF initiated a great deal of erosion-deterent research using non native grasses. Many of these grass species may no longer be present. Some of the weedy species were collected near their headquarters at Tanbark Flats.

Map of the Eastern San Gabriel Mountains

My appreciation to Tom Chester who posted the first list of plants from my collection on his web page. He obtained this list from accessing the UCR Herbarium digital data base. Tom converted the plants on that initial list to currently used taxa if necessary, and included common names for each as well. The location map was made by Tom as well.

All names used in this publication, unless otherwise stated, conform to The Jepson Manual Higher Plants of California, James C. Hickman, Editor, 1993.
Exceptions: New changes in species names since The Jepson Manual, 1993 are being used here as they become known. These species will be indicated by the symbol +
These names have been taken from the USDA Plant Database unless otherwise indicated.
The + may only indicate that the former subtaxa have been dropped.

* = California is the only state in the United States and Canada that this plant occurs.

Common Names: When more than one name is given, the last name has been taken from the USDA Plant Databae

Last Update: 12/12/08

Ferns & Fern Allies

Azollaceae Mosquito Fern Family
Azolla filiculoides Lam.
L.A. Co., San Dimas Reservoir, SDEF, 1988

Blechnaceae Deer Fern Family
Woodwardia fimbriata Smith, Giant Chain Fern
L.A. Co.: Glendora, Pavil Cnyn. (1 pop.); upper E. Fk. of San Gabriel River (1 pop); Spruce Cnyn. Falls; Alder Gulch
S.B. Co.: N. Fk. of Barrett Cnyn. with the largest pop. in the E. San Gabriels near 4600 ft.; Middle Fk. Lytle Creek, upper Day Cnyn., shaded wet soil , elev. 1500 ft. - ?, cismontane

Dennstaedtiaceae Bracken Family
Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn. (check ssp.)
Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn var. pubescens L., Bracken
chaparral, Montain Coniferous, Southern Oak Woodland, riparian, common ground cover at higher elevations, dry to moist areas, most common > 4000 ft. (?) locally abundant; lowest elev. at 1400 ft. in Glendora, Little Dalton Cnyn.

Dryopteridaceae Wood Fern Family
Cyrtomium falcatum (L.f.) C. Presl, Holly Fern
L.A. Co., Glendora, Mystic Cnyn.:San Dimas, Wolfskill Cnyn.
elev. 1400 - 1800 ft., chaparral, shaded, rare
Cystopteris fragilis (L.) Bernh., Brittle Bladder Fern
L.A. Co., upper Fish Fork
S.B. Co., Wrightwood, Guffy Campground area; Stoddard Cnyn. (W. Fk.); Lytle Creek, S. Fk. & lower tributary; Lost Creek; Alpine Cnyn.; Frankish Pk.; Flume Cnyn.;
riparian, montane coniferous, chaparral, rocky places, usually shaded and moist; elev. 3100 - 8200 ft., uncommon
Dryopterus arguta (Kaulf.) Maxon, California Wood Fern
common below 5000 ft. especially in chaparral & southern oak woodland, cismontane
*Polystichum imbricans
ssp. curtum (Ewan) Wagner, Cliff Sword Fern
Polystichum imbricans ssp. imbricans (D. Eaton) D. H. Wagner, Rock Sword Fern
L.A. Co., Stoddard Cnyn., Glendora, Big Dalton Cnyn.
San Bern. Co., Lytle Creek, Lost Creek, Day Cnyn., Timber Gulch
1400 ft. -
Polystichum scopulinum (D. Eaton) Mountain Hollyfern

Equisitaceae Horsetail Family
Equisetum arvense L., Field Horsetail
L.A. Co., Government Cnyn.,
San Bern. Co., Cajon Wash & Swarthout Cnyn Jnct.,
stream, rare
Equisetum hyemale L. , Scouringrush Horsetail
Equisetum hyemale L. var. affine (Engelm.) A.A. Eaton, Common Scouring Rush, Horsetail
San Bern. Co., Sheep Creek, Coldwater Cnyn. (W. Fork)
springs, streams, rare
Equisetum laevigatum A. Braun, Smooth Horsetail or Scouring Rush
L.A. Co., Government Cnyn.; Big Pines Meadow; Blue Ridge Trail; Mt. Baldy Village
(check co. ) Dawson Pk. Ridge (W. end);
S.B. Co., Sheep Creek; Pinyon Hills, Oak Springs Cnyn; Lone Pine Cnyn.; Lytle Creek, West Fork;
springs, meadows, streams, uncommon
Equisetum telmateia Ehrh. var. braunii (Milde) Milde, Giant Horsetail
L.A. Co.,San Dimas Exp. Forest, stream woodland, SDEF, 1988
S.B. Co., San Antonio Cnyn. (lower E. tributary), riparian, one population

Polypodiaceae Polypody Family
*Polypodium californicum Kaulf., California Polypody
Common below 4000 ft., cliffs and rock outcrops, shaded, several plant communities

Pteridaceae Brake Family
*Adiantum aleuticum (Rupr.) C.A. Paris, Five-finger Fern, Aleutian Maidenhair
L.A. Co., upper Coldwater Cnyn.; upper Fern Cnyn. Falls; upper Fish Fork with largest and tallest populations;
S.B. Co., Alpine Cnyn. ( elev. 7840 ft.); West Fork of Lytle Creek (in the N.W. Fk of West Fork only); Dogbone Cnyn.; small cnyn. W. of Stockton Flats;
riparian, rare, elev. 6400 ft. - 7840 ft. ?
Adiantum capillus-veneris L., Venus-hair Fern, Common Maidenhair
Fairly common throughout in shaded riparian areas, springs & seeps, elev. 1400 - ft.?
Adiantum jordanii K. Mull., California Maiden-hair
L.A. Co., Glendora, Mystic Canyon; San Dimas, Fern Cnyn; Clark Gulch (?)3600 ft.

*Aspidotis californica
(Hook.) Nutt. ex Copeland, California Lacefern
Cheilanthes covillei Maxon, Beady Lipfern, Coville’s Lipfern
Uncommon in rock outcrops throughout
L.A. Co., Lookout Mt. (Antonio Pk.)
S.B. Co., mouth of Stoddard Cnyn., elev. ?; Etiwanda Pk. elev. 8650 ft.
Pellaea andromedifolia (Kaulf.) Fee, Coffee Fern, Coffee Cliffbrake
common in many plant communities, often in open, rocky areas, cismontane, mostly below 4000 ft. elev.
Pellaea mucronata
(D. Eaton) D. Eaton, Bird’s-Foot Fern, Birdfoot Cliffbrake
In dry, rocky places mostly below 6000 ft., many plant communities,fairly common throughout, cismontane
*Pallaea mucronata (D. Eaton) D. Eaton ssp. californica (Lemmon) Windham, Bird’s-foot Fern, California Cliffbrake
montane coniferous F., mostly above 6000 ft., fairly common
Pentagramma triangularis (Kaulf.) G. Yatskievych, M.D. Windham & E. Wollenweber ssp. triangularis, Goldenback Fern
common in dry rocky places mostly below 5000 ft., cismontane, many plant communities
Pteris vittata L., Ladder Brake
L.A. Co., Duarte, Fish Cnyn. Falls, 12 plants growing on granite cliffs to the S.E. of the falls on June 9, 1998, elev. 1480 ft.

Selaginaceae Spike-Moss Family
*Selaginella asprella Maxon., Bluish Spike-Moss, Spikemoss
L.A. Co., unnamed ridge N. of Big Horn Ridge
S.B. Co., Chalk Peak, Etiwanda Pk., montane coniferous, rare, elev. ---- to 8650 ft. *Selaginella bigelovii Underw., Little Club Moss, Bushy Spikemoss
uncommon throughout (locally abundant), clearings in chaparral, coastal sage scrub, cismontane, elev. < 6000 ft.

Thelypteridaceae Thelypteris Family
Thelypteris puberula (Baker) C. Morton var. sonorensis A. Reed Smith,Sonoran Maiden Fern
Glendora, W. Fk.of Harrow Cnyn., dry stream bottom in normal years, chaparral, coastal sage scrub, very little riparian veg., 7 plants in 3 locations, elev. 1600 ft., rare in S. California.


Cupresaceae Cypress Family
Calocedrus decurrens (Torrey) Florin, Incense Cedar
L.A. Co., W. tributary of lower Lytle Creek, elev. 2640 ft.; Devore, Glen Helen Regional Park, 1960 ft.; lower Fern Cnyn, elev. 3000 ft(?).; Iron Mt.; dense stands of old trees in Bear Cnyn, Bear Flat, Bear Gulch, Coldwater Cnyn.; Jesus Cnyn. (?), Dorr Cnyn. (?),Holcomb Cnyn.(Devil’s Punchbowl Co. Park ); Little Jimmy Spring area,
S.B. Co., Dense stands of old trees S.W. of Cedar Flats, Middle Fk. of Lytle Creek(Commanche Campground), Ice House Cnyn., San Savine Flats, upper Falling Rocks Cnyn.
Yellow Pine Forest, Montane Coniferous,occasionally in riparian in chaparral; elev. 1960 ft. to 7800 ft.
Juniperus californica Carriere, California Juniper
L.A. Co., cismontane, Irwindale, mouth of San Gabriel Cnyn.Coastal Sage Scrub; montane, desert slopes throughout; Joshua Tree Woodland, Pinyon-Juniper Woodland
S.B. Co, cismontane, Lower Lytle Creek,Coastal Sage Scrub
(montane),desert slopes throughout, Pinyon-Juniper Woodland, Joshua Tree Woodland
Juniperus occidentalis
Hook., ssp. australis Vasek, Western Juniper
(check ssp. occidentalis ?)
L.A. Co., Iron Mt.,S.B. Co., Pine Mt., Mt. Harwood, Dawson Pk., Wright Mt. area
montane coniferous, elev.--- to 9950 ft.
Juniperus osteosperma (Torrey) Little Utah Juniper

Ephedraceae Ephedra Family
Ephedra nevadensis S. Watson, Nevada Ephedra, Nevada Jointfir
common near the base of desert slopes; upper Cajon wash, Baldy Mesa, Phelan Pk., Boneyard Pk., Big John Peak, Caldwell Lake area
Chaparral, Creosote Bush Scrub, Joshua Tree Woodland, Pinyon-Juniper Woodland elev. 3400 - 6020 ft.
Ephedra viridis Cov., Green Ephedra, Morman Tea
L.A. Co., scattered populations throughout the desert slopes between 4500 (?) and 6000 ft. elev.
S.B. Co., Sheep Creek trib. S. of Oak Springs Ranch Rd. near ---mining excavation site, elev. 5800 ft., one population, only location in S.B. Co. portion of the San Gabriel Mts., Pinyon-Juniper Woodland, chaparral

Pinaceae Pine Family
Abies concolor (Gorden & Glend.) Lindley, White Fir
Punchbowl Cnyn.(5200 ft.), Iron Mt., Lookout Mt., Mt. Islip, Mt. Williamson, Ross Mt., Sugarloaf Pk., Table Mt. Summit, Telegraph Pk., Throop Pk., Timber Mt., Wright Mt., Cucamonga Pk., Etiwanda Pk., Mt. Harwood, Mt. Burnham, Mt. Lewis, West Mt. Baldy Pk. ( 1 tree), Mt. Williamson complex, Big Horn Pk., Fern Cnyn (SDEF, 1988), Bear Flat, Sheep Flats
most common tree in many areas between 6500 and 8500 ft.; elev. 5000 - 9970 ft.; montane coniferous, Yellow Pine Forest
Pinus contorta Louden ssp. murrayana (Grev. & Balf.) Engelm., Sierra Lodgepole Pine
Big Horn Pk., Cucamonga Pk., Dawson Pk., Etiwanda Pk., Mt. Baden Powel, E. Mt. Baldy, W. Mt. Baldy, Mt. Burnham, Mt. Harwood, Ontario Pk., Telegraph Pk., E. ridge of Telegraph Pk. down to 8325 ft., Pine Mt. (S.B. Co.), Throop Pk., Timber Mt., Wright Mt., Baldy Bowl., Thunder Mt. Ridge
elev. 8040 - 10000 ft., montane coniferous, the dominant tree in many areas above 8500 ft.
*Pinus coulteri D. Don, Coulter Pine
commonly planted throughout the range; native in the L.A. Co. portion only; Two locations: S. ridge of Iron Mt. near elev. of 7350 ft., one population of limited extent; Punchbowl Cnyn. drainage on N. slopes of Mt. Williamson’s northernmost Pk., extending W. to Cruther’s Creek(?) from 5200 to 6000 (?)ft. elev., S. of Devil’s Punchbowl Co. Park; Chaparral, Yellow Pine Forest, Montane Coniferous
Pinus flexilis James, Limber Pine
L.A. Co. portion only; Mt. Baden Powel, Mt. Burnham, Throop Pk., Iron Mt.
elev. 8900(?) - 9360 ft.
Pinus jeffreyi Brev. & Baulf., Jeffrey Pine
1 tree ---ft. high in upper E. Fork of Punchbowl Cnyn. at 4400 ft. elev.,Circle Mt., Dawson Pk., Iron Mt., Mt. Baden Powel, East Mt. Baldy Pk., W. Mt. Baldy Pk., Mt. Burnham, Mt. Harwood, Mt. Islip, Mt. Lewis, Mt. Williamson, Ontario Pk., Telegraph Pk, Ross Mt., Sugar loaf Pk., Table Mt. Summit East, Telegraph Pk., Throop Pk., Timber Mt., Mt. Burnham, Wright Mt., Jackson Flats, Sheep Flats, Wright Lake
common throughout at elevations of 6000 - 9600 ft.; Yellow Pine & Montane Coniferous Forests, elev. 4400 - 10040 ft.
Pinus lambertiana Douglas, Sugar Pine
Cucamonga Pk., Dawson Pk., Etiwanda Pk., Iron Mt., Mt. Burnham, Mt. Islip, Mt. Lewis, Mt. Williamson & ridge down to 6350 ft., Ross Mt., Sugarloaf Pk., Telegraph Pk., Big Horn Pk., Timber Mt., Lamel Spring,Windy Spring, San Savine Flats, Sheep Flats, San Dimas Exper. Forest (few trees, SDEF, 1988), Bear Flat, Sheep Flats, Falling Rocks Cnyn. Kelly’s Camp, Windy Spring
elev. 5000 - 9550 ft., Yellow Pine Forest, montane coniferous - throughout
Pinus monophylla Torrey & Fremont, Singleleaf Pinyon
Big John Pk., East Table Mt. Summit,
elev. --7450 ft.; montane, desert slopes
Pinus ponderosa Laws., Pacific Ponderosa Pine
San Savine Flats(5550 ft.), Browns Flat (5000 ft., SDEF, 1988 - may be P. jeffreyi - variation in characteristics of cones), Wright Mt., Slade Cnyn. (trib. of N. Fk. of Lytle Creek
*Pseudotsuga macrocarpa (Vasey) Mayr, Bigcone Douglas-fir, Bigcone Spruce
Common throughout in cismontane and montane mostly above 3000 ft. Trees below 1450 ft. in Pavil Canyon, Big Dalton Canyon, Harrow Canyon and others in Glendora.

Taxodiaceae Bald Cypress Family
*Sequoiadendron giganteum (Lindley) Buchholz, Giant Sequoia
Several trees persisting in San Savine Flats, SB County; several tress, small to mature at Buckhorn Spring


Aceraceae Maple Family
Acer macrophyllum Pursh, Big-leaf Maple

Amaranthaceae Amaranth Family

Amaranthus albus L., Prostrate Pigweed
Amaranthus blitoides S. Watson, Mat Amaranth
Amaranthus retroflexis
L., Red-rooted Amaranth

Anacardiaceae Sumac or Cashew Family
*Malosma laurina (Nutt.) Abrams, Laurel Sumac, Laurel-Leaf Sumac
*Rhus integrifolia (Nutt.) Brewer & S. Watson, Lemonadeberry, Lemonade Sumac
Rhus ovata S. Watson, Sugar Bush, Sugar Sumac
Rhus trilobata Nutt., Skunkbrush, Squawbush, Skunkbrush Sumac
Rhus trilobata Nutt., var. quinata (Greene) Jepson, Skunkbrush Sumac
Schinus molle L. Peruvian Pepper Tree
Toxicodendron diversilobum (Torrey & A. Gray) E. Greene, Western (Pacific) Poison Oak

Apiaceae Carrot Family
Angelica tomentosa S. Watson, Woolly Angelica
Anthriscus caucalis M. Bieb., Burchervil
Apiastrum angustifolium Nutt., Wild Celery, Mock Parsley
Apium graveolens L., Wild Celery
San Dimas Experimental Forest, Occasional in moist areas, SDEF, 1988
Berula erecta (Hudson) Cov., Cutleaf Waterparsnip
Bowlesia incana Ruiz Lopez & Pavon, Hoary Bowlesia
Conium maculatum L., Poison Hemlock
Cymopterus # 3042
Daucus carota L., QueenAnne’s Lace
Daucus pusillus Michaux., Rattlesnake Weed, American Wild Carrot
Foeniculum vulgare Miller, Sweet Fennel
Hydrocotyle ranunculoides L.f., Floating Marshpennywort
Hydrocotyle umbellata L., Manyflower Marsh-Pennywort
Hydrocotyle verticillata
Thumb., Whorled Marshpennywort
Lost Lake
*Lomatium dasycarpum
(Torrey & A. Gray) J. Coulter & Rose, Woolly-fruited Lomatium, Woollyfruit Desertparsley
Lomatium dissectum
(Nutt.) Mathias & Constance var. multifidum? (Nutt.) Mathias & Constance, Fern-leaved Lomatium, Carrotleaf Biscuitroot
*Lomatium lucidum (Torrey & A. Gray) Jepson, Shiny Lomatium, Shiny Biscuitroot
Lomatium mohavense (J. Coulter & Rose) J. Coulter & Rose, Mojave Desertparsley
Lomatium nevadense (S. Watson) J. Coulter & Rose, Nevada Lomatium, Nevada Biscuitroot
Lomatium utriculatum (Torrey & A. Gray) J. Coulter & Rose, Common Lomatium
L.A. Co., Glendora, Dalton firebreaks, disturbed areas SDEF, 1988
*Oreonana vestita (S. Watson) Jepson, Woolly Mountain-Parsley
+Osmorhiza berteroi DC., Mountain Sweet-cicely
Osmorhiza brachypoda Torrey, California Sweet-cicely, Sweetcicely
Perideridia sp.
SB Co.: San Sevaine Flat
*Sanicula arguta
J. Coulter & Rose, Sharptooth Blacksnakeroot
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, Dry grassy slopes, <2000 ft., SDEF,1988
Sanicula bipinnatifida Hook. & Arn., Shoe Buttons, Poison Sanicle, Purple Sanicle
Sanicula crassicaulis DC., Pacific Sanicle, Pacific Blacksnakeroot
Sanicula tuberosa Torrey, Tuberous Sanicle, Turkkey Pea
Sphenosciadium capitellatum A. Gray, Swamp White Heads, Ranger’s Buttons, Woolleyhead Parsnip
*Tauschia arguta (Torrey & A. Gray) J. F. Macbr., Southern Tauschia, Southern Umbrellawort
*Tauschia parishii (J. Coulter & Rose) J. F. Macbr., Parish’s Tauschia, Parish’s Umbrellawort
Torilis arvensis (Hudson) Link, Spreading Hedgeparsley
Yabea microcarpa (Hook. & Arn.) Koso-Pol., False Carrot
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, Rare, SDEF, 1988

Apopcynaceae Dogbane Family
Apocynum androsaemifolium L. , Bitter Dogbane, Spreading Dogbane
Apocynum cannabinum L., Indian Hemp
Apocynum cannabinum L. var. glaberrimum A. DC., (status uncertain), Indian Hemp
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, Patches in stream woodland, SDEF, 1988
*Cycladenia humilis
Benth. var. venusta (Eastw.) Munz, Showy Cycladenia, Sacramento Waxydogbane
Nerium oleander L., Oleander
Vinca major L., Greater Periwinkle, Bigleaf Periwinkle

Araliaceae Ginseng Family
Aralia californica S. Watson, Elk Clover, California Spikenard
Hedera helix L., English Ivy
*+Hedera helix L. ssp. canariensis (Willd.) Coult., Algerian Ivy

Asclepiadaceae Milkweed Family
*Asclepias californica E. Greene, California or Round-hooded Milkweed
*Asclepias eriocarpa Benth., Rotolo, Indian Milkweed, Woollypod Milkweed
Asclepias fascicularis Decne., Narrow-leaf Milkweed, Mexican Whorled Milkweed
*Asclepias vestita Hook. & Arn., Woolly Milkweed
*Asclepias vestita Hook. & Arn. var. parishii (Jepson) Woodson, Parish’s Woolly Milkweed
+Funastrum cynanchoides (Decne.) Schtr. ssp. hetrophyllum (Engelm. ex Torr.) Kartesz, Climbing Milkweed, Hartweg’s Twinevine

Asteraceae Sunflower Family
Acamptopappus sphaerocephalus (A. Gray) A. Gray, Rayless Goldenhead
Achillea millefolium L., White Yarrow, Common Yarrow
*Acourtia microcephala DC., Acourtia, Sacapellote
Ageratina adenophora (Sprengel) R. King & H. Robinson, Eupatory, Sticky Snakeroot
Ageratina occidentalis (Hook.) R. King & H. Robinson, Western Snakeroot
This represents the first record for the San Gabriel Mountains
Agoseris grandiflora (Nutt.) E. Greene, Grand Mountain Dandelion, Bigflower Agoseris
Agoseris heteropohylla (Nutt.) E. Greene
Agoseris retrorsa (Benth.) E. Greene, Spear-leaved Mountain Dandelion, Spearleaf Agoseris
Ambrosia acanthicarpa Hook., Annual Bur-sage, Flatspine Bur-ragweed
Ambrosia psilostachya DC., Western Ragweed, Cuman Ragweed
Anisocoma acaulis Torrey & A. Gray, Scalebud
Antennaria dimorpha (Nutt.) Torrey& A. Gray, Low Pussytoes
L.A. Co., N. of Table Mt., elev. 6200 ft.,
S.B. Co., Coldwater Cnyn. (middle fk.),
+Antennaria dioica (L.) Gaertn. ( species change - need to know the ssp.)
Pinyon-Juniper Woodland, rare
Anthemis cotula
L., Mayweed, Stinkweed, Dog-Fennel, Stinking Chamomille
+Antheropeas wallacei (A. Gray) Rydb., Wallace’s Woolly Daisy, Woolly Easterbonnets
*Artemisia californica
Less., California Sagebrush, Coastal Sagebrush
Artemisia douglasiana Besser, Mugwort, Douglas’ Sagewort
Artemisia dracunculus L., Tarragon
Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt., Silver Wormwood, White Sagebrush
Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt. ssp. incompta (Nutt.) Keck, White Sagebrush
Artemisa tridentata Nutt., Great-basin Sagebrush, Big Sagebrush
Baccharis emoryi A. Gray, Emory’s Baccharis
Baccharis pilularis DC., Chaparral Broom, Coyote Brush
Baccharis salicifolia (Ruiz Lopez & Pavon) Pers., Mule Fat
Baccharis sarothroides A. Gray, Broom Baccharis, Desertbroom
Glendora, South Hills ,first observed in 199---along roadside, by 2005 plants fairly common throughout the E. portion of the South Hills; 1 plant in lower Gordon Cnyn. in Glendora’s N. foothills-2005.
Baileya pleniradiata A. Gray, Woolley Desert Marigold
Bidens laevis
(L.) Britton, Sterns & Pogg., Bur-marigold, Smooth Beggartick
+Bidens pilosa L., Common Beggar Ticks, Spanish-Needles, Hairy Beggartick
+Bombycilaena californica (Fischer & C. Meyer) Holub var. californica, Slender Cottonweed, Q-Tips
Brickellia californica (Torrey & A. Gray) A. Gray, California Brickelbush
Brickellia desertorum Cov., Desert Brickelbush
Brickellia microphylla (Nutt.) A. Gray
Brickellia nevinii A. Gray, Nevin’s Brickellbush
Calendula officinalis L. , Pot-marigold
Calycoseris parryi A. Gray, Yellow Tackstem
Carduus pycnocephalus L., Italian PlumelessThistle
Carduus tenuiflorus Curtis, Winged Plumeless Thistle
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, weed, disturbed areas, SDEF, 1988
Centaurea cyanus L., Bachelor’s Button, Garden Cornflower
Centaurea melitensis L., Tocalote, Maltese Star-thistle
+Centaurea stoebe L. ssp. micranthos (Gugler) Hayek, Spotted Knapweed
*Chaenactis artemisiifolia (A. Gray) A. Gray
Chaenactis douglasii (Hook.) Hook. & Arn., Douglas’ Dustymaiden
Chaenactis fremontii
A. Gray, (Desert) Pincushion or Fremont’s Pincushion Flower
*Chaenactis glabriuscula DC. var. glabriuscula , Yellow Pincushion
*Chaenactis glabriuscula DC. var. lanosa (DC.) H.M. Hall, Yellow Pincushion
*Chaenactis santolinoides E. Greene, Santolina Pincushion
Chaenactis stevioides Hook. & Arn., Desert Pincushion, Desert Pincushion, Esteve’s Pincushion
Chaenactis xantiana A. Gray, Xantus’ Chaenactis, Fleshcolor Pincushion
Cirsium occidentale (Nutt.) Jepson, Cobwebby Thistle
(Check ssp status)
*Cirsium occidentale (Nutt.) Jepson var. californicum (A. Gray) Keil & C. Turner, California Thistle, Cobwebby Thistle
Cirsium vulgare (Savi) Ten., Bull Thistle
Conyza canadensis (L.) Cronq., Canadian Horseweed
+Conyza floribunda Kunth, Asthmaweed
*Coreopsis bigelovii (A. Gray) H.M. Hall, Bigelow’s Coreopsis, Bigelow’s Tickseed
Coreopsis tinctoria Nutt., Calliopsis, Golden Tickseed
+Corethrogyne filaginifolia (Hook. & Arn.) Nutt., California Aster (Sandaster)
Cotula australis (Sieber) Hook. f., Australian Brass-buttons (Waterbuttons)
Crepis acuminata Nutt., Long-leaved Hawksbeard, Tapertip Hawksbeard
Crepis nana A. Richards, Dwarf Alpine Hawksbeard
Cynara cardunculus L., Cardoon, Artichoke Thistle
+Delairea odorata Lem., German Ivy, Cape Evy
Dimorphotheca sinuata DC., African daisy, Glandular Cape-Marigold, African Daisy
Eclipta prostrata (L.) L., False Daisy
Encelia actoni Elmer, Actons’ Encelia or Brittlebush
Encelia farinosa Torrey & A. Gray, Incienso, Brittlebush
Ericameria cooperi (A. Gray) H.M. Hall , Cooper’s Goldenbush
Ericameria cooperi (A. Gray) H.M. Hall X E. linearifolia (DC.) Urbatsch & Wussow
Ericameria cuneata (A. Gray) McClatchie, Cliff Goldenbush
*Ericameria cuneata (A. Gray) McClatchie var. cuneata , Rock Goldenbush, Cliff Goldenbush
Ericameria cuneata (A. Gray) McClatchie var. spathulata (A. Gray) H.M. Hall, Cliff Goldenbush
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, rock outcrops and cliffs, SDEF, 1988
Ericameria linearifolia (DC.) Urb. & J. Wussow, Interior Goldenbush, Narrowleaf Goldenbush
+Ericameria nauseosa (Pallas) G.L. Nesom & Baird ssp. consimilis (Greene) G.L. Nesom & Baird var. mohavensis (Greene) G.L. Nesom & Baird, Rubber Rabbitbrush
+Ericameria nauseosa (Pallas) G.L. Nesom & Baird ssp. consimillis (Greene) G.L. Nesom & Baird var. oreophila (A. Nelson) G.L. Nesom & Barid
+ Ericameria nauseosa (Pallas) G.L. Nesom & Baird ssp. nauseosa, Rubber Rabbitbrush
+*Ericameria nauseosa (Pallas) G.L. Nesom & Baird ssp. nauseosa var. bernardina (H.M.Hall) G.L. Nesom & Baird, Rubber Rabbitbrush
+Ericameria nauseosa (Pallas) G.L. Nesom & Baird ssp. nauseosa var. hololeuca (A. Gray) G.L. Nesom & Barid, Rubber Rabbitbrush
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, disturbed areas, SDEF, 1988
+*Ericameria parishii (E. Greene) H.M. Hall, Parish’s Goldenbush, Parish’s Rabbitbrush
+Ericameria parryi (A. Gray) G.L. Nesom & Barid var. parryi, Parry’s Rabbitbrush
(check ssp.)
*Ericameria pinifolia (A. Gray) H.M. Hall, Pine-goldenbush, Pinebush
Ericameria suffruticosa (Nutt.) G. Nesom, Singlehead Goldenbush
L.A. Co., Dalton Rd., SDEF, 1988
Erigeron breweri A. Gray (check ssp.), Brewer’s Fleabane
*Erigeron breweri A. Gray var. bisanctus G. Nesom, Pious Daisy, Brewer’s Erigeron
*Erigeron breweri A. Gray var. jacinteus (H.M. Hall) Cronquist, Brewer’s Fleabane
Mt. Baldy
Erigeron divergens
Torrey & A. Gray, Spreading Fleabane
Erigeron foliosus Nutt. (check ssp.), Leafy Fleabane (Daisy)
*Erigeron foliosus Nutt. var. foliosus, Leafy Fleabane (Daisy)
+Erigeron lonchophyllus Hook., Shortray Fleabane
Eriophylum confertiflorum (DC.) A. Gray var. confertiflorum, Golden Yarrow
Eriophylum pringlei A. Gray, Pringle’s Woolly Sunflower
Euthamia occidentalis Nutt., Western Goldenrod or Goldentop, Western Flat-topped Goldenrod
+Galinsoga parviflora Cav., Smalll-flower Galinsoga
+Gamochaeta pensylvanica (Willd.) Cabrera, Pennsylvania Everlasting
+Gamochaeta purpurea (L.) Cabrera, Spoonleaf Purple Everlasting
Gamochaeta stagnalis (I.M. Johnston) Anderb. (latest taxa)
Glen Helen Park
+Glyptopleura marginata DC. Eaton, Carved-seed
Gnaphalium palustre Nutt., Western Marsh Cudweed
Grindelia camporum E. Greene, Great Valley Gumweed
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, occasional grassy places, < 2000 ft., SDEF, 1988
*Gutierrezia californica (DC.) Torrey & A. Gray, California Matchweed, San Joaquin Snakeweed
Gutierrezia microcephala (DC.) A. Gray, Sticky Snakeweed, Threadleaf Snakeweed
ssp. uncertain
+ var. microcephala = G. microcephala
var. pomariensis = G. sarothrae
Gutierrezia sarothrae
(Pursh) Britton & Rusby, Broom Snake-weed, Matchweed
*Hazardia squarrosa (Hook. & Arn.) E. Greene var. grindelioides (DC.) W. Clark, Saw- toothed Goldenbush, Sawtooth Bristleweed
Helenium bigelovii A. Gray, Bigelow’s Sneezeweed
Helenium puberulum DC., Sneezeweed, Rosilla
+Helianthus annuus L., Annual Sunflower, Common Sunflower
*Helianthus gracilentus A. Gray, Slender Sunflower
Helianthus nuttallii Torrey & A. Gray ssp. nuttallii, Nuttall’s Sunflower
F.W. Peirson, Clyde Ranch, Aug. 30, 1923
*Hemizonia fasciculata (DC.) Torrey & A. Gray, Clustered Tarweed
Heterotheca grandiflora Nutt., Telegraphweed
*Heterotheca sessiliflora (Nutt.) Shinn. ssp. fastigiata (E. Greene) Semple, Erect Goldenaster, Sessilelflower False Goldenaster
+Heterotheca subaxillaris (Lam.) Britton & Rusby, Camphor Weed
Hieracium albiflorum Hook., White Hawkweed
*Hieracium argutum Nutt.. var. parishii (A. Gray) Jepson, Southern Hawkweed
Hieracium horridum Fries, Prickly Hawkweed
Hulsea heterochroma A. Gray, Red-rayed Hulsea, Redray Alpinegold
Hulsea vestita A. Gray Check ssp., Pumice Alpinegold
*Hulsea vestita A. Gray ssp. gabrielensis Wilken, Pumice Alpinegold
Hymenoclea salsola Torr. & A. Gray, Burrobrush, Cheeseweed
Hypochaeris glabra L., Smooth Cat’s-ear
Isocoma menziesii (Hook. & Arn.) G. L. Nesom ssp. vernenioides (Nutt.) G. L. Nesom, Coast or Menzies’ Goldenbush
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, disturbed places, low elevations, SDEF, 1988
+Iva axillaris Pursh, Poverty Weed
Lactuca serriola L., Prickly Lettuce
+Laennecia coulteri (A. Gray) G.L. Nesom, Coulter’s Horseweed
sp. # 6029
Lagophylla ramosissima Nutt. (#3923), Branched Lagophylla
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, open places, SDEF, 1988
Lasthenia californica Lindley, CaliforniaGoldfields
*Lasthenia coronaria (Nutt.) Ornd., Southern Goldfields, Royal Goldfields
Layia glandulosa (Hook.) Hook. & Arn., White Layia, Whitedaisy Tidytips
Laennecia coulteri (A. Gray) G.L. Nesom, Coulter’s Horseweed
Lepidospartum latisquamum S. Watson, Nevada Broomsage
Lepidospartum squamatum (A. Gray) A. Gray, Scale-broom, California Broomsage
*Lessingia glandulifera A. Gray ?, Valley Lessingia
*Lessingia glandulifera A. Gray var. glandulifera, Sticky Lessingia, Valley Lessingia
+Logfia californica (Nutt.) Holub, California Cottonrose
+Logfia depressa (Gray) Holub, Dwarf Cottonrose
+Logfia gallica (L.) Coss. & Germ., Narrow-leaf Cottonrose
Machaeranthera canescens (Pursh) A. Gray, Hoary-aster, Hoary Tansyaster
Madia elegans Lindley, Common Madia
Madia elegans Lindley ssp. densifolia (E. Greene) Keck, Leafy Common Madia
Madia elegans Lindley ssp. vernalis Keck, Spring Madia
*Madia elegans Lindley ssp. wheeleri (A. Gray) Keck, Wheeler’s Tarweed
Madia exigua (Smith) A. Gray, Threadstem Madia, Small Tarweed
L.A. Co., outside San Dimas Exp. Forest., 4500 ft., SDEF, 1988
Madia gracilis (Smith) Keck, Slender Tarweed, Grassy Tarweed
Malacothrix clevelandii A. Gray, Cleveland’s Desert dandelion
Malacothrix glabrata (Eaton) A. Gray, Smooth Desertdandelion
*Malacothrix saxatilis (Nutt.) Torrey & A. Gray var. saxatilis
*Malacothrix saxatilis
(Nutt.) Torrey & A. Gray var. tenuifolia (Nutt.) A. Gray, Cliff Desertdandelion
+Matricaria discoidea DC., Pineapple Weed, Rayless Chamomile, Disc Mayweed
+Microseris lindleyi (DC.) A. Gray, Lindley’s Silverpuffs
Monoptilon bellidiforme A. Gray, Daisy Desertstar
+Packera onophylla (E. Greene) W.A. Weber. & A. Love, Tehachapi Ragwort
*Pentachaeta aurea
Nutt., Golden-rayed Pentachaeta, Golden Chaetopappa
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, dry, grassy places < 2000 ft., SDEF, 1988
Picris echioides L., Bristly Ox-tongue
+ Pleiacanthus spinosus (Nutt.) Rydbr., Thorn Skeletonbush
+*Pseudognaphalium bioletti Anderb., Two-color Rabbit-tobacco
+Pseudognaphalium calilfornicum (DC.) Anderb., California Everlasting, Ladies Tobacco
+Pseudognaphalium canescens (DC.) W. A. Weber, Wright’s Cudweed
+Pseudognaphalium canescens (DC.) W.A. Weber ssp. beneolens (Davidson) Kartesz, Fragrant Everlasting
+*Pseudognaphallium canescens (DC.) W.A. Weber ssp. microcephalium (Nutt.) Kertesz, White Everlasting, Wright’s Cudweed
+Pseudognaphallium canescens (DC.) W.A. Weber ssp. thermale (E. Nelson) Kertesz, Wright’s Cudweed
+Pseudognaphalium leucocephalum (A. Gray) Anderb., White Cudweed
+Pseudognaphalium luteoalbum (L.) Hilliard & B.L. Buitt, Common Cudweed, Jersey Cudweed
+Pseudognaphalium stramineum (Kunth.) Anderb., Cotton-batting Plant
Rafinesquia californica Nutt., California Chicory, California Plumeseed
Rudbeckia hirta L. var. pulcherrima Farw., Black-eyed Susan
*Senecio astephanus E. Greene, San Gabriel Ragwort
San Bern. Co., ridge between lower Cajon Wash & Lytle Creek
Senecio flaccidus Less. var. douglassii (DC.) B. Turner & T. Barkley, Bush Senecio, Shrubby Butterweed, Douglas’ Ragwort
Senecio triangularis Hook., Arrowleaf Ragwort
Senecio vulgaris L., Common Groundsel, Old-man-in-the-spring
Silybum marianum (L.) Gaertner, Blessed Milkthistle
Solidago californica Nutt., California Goldenrod
+*Solidago spectabilis (D.C. Eaton) A. Gray var. confinus (A. Gray) Cronquist, Southern Goldenrod, Nevada Goldenrod
Solidago velutina DC., Threenerve Goldenrod
V. # 1829 by SBBG
+Sonchus asper (L.) Hill, Prickly or Spiny Sow Thistle
Sonchus oleraceus
L., Common Sow Thistle
*Stephanomeria cichoriacea A. Gray, Chicoryleaf Wirelettuce
*Stephanomeria diegensis Gottlieb, San Diego Wreathplant(Wire Lettuce)
*Stephanomeria exigua Nutt. ssp. carotifera (Hoover) Gottlieb, White-plume, Wirelettuce Stephanomeria parryi A. Gray, Parry’s Wirelettuce
Stephanomeria pauciflora (Nutt.) Nelson, Wire-Lettuce
Stephanomeria virgata Benth., Rod Wirelettuce
Stephanomeria virgata
Benth. ssp. pleurocarpa, (E. Greene) Gottlieb, Twiggy Wreath Plant, Wand Wirelettuce
*Stephanomeria virgata Benth. ssp. virgata (check)
Stylocline gnaphalioides Nutt., Everlasting Nest Straw, Mountain Neststraw
+Symphyotrichum ascendens (Lindley) G.L. Nesom, Western Aster
Wrightwood, Twin Lakes, Hulda Crooks, Nov. 1, 1945
+*Symphyotrichum defoliatum (Parish) G.L. Nesom, San Bernardino Aster
+Symphyotrichum divaricatum (Nutt.) G.L. Nesom , Southern Annual Saltmarsh Aster
+*Symphyotrichum greatae (Parish) G.L. Nesom, Greata’s Aster
+Symphyotrichum lanceolatum (Willd.) G.L. Nesom ssp. hesperium (A. Gray) G.L. Nesom, White Panicle Aster
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, common in stram woodland, SDEF, 1988
Syntrichopappus fremontii A. Gray, Yellowray Fremont’s-gold
*Syntrichopappus lemmonii (A. Gray) A. Gray, Pinkray Frement’s-gold, Lemon’s Syntrichopappus
Tanacetum parthenium (L.) Schultz-Bip., Feverfew
Taraxacum officinale Wigg., Common Dandelion
Tetradymia axillaris Nelson var. longispina (M.E. Jones) Strother
Tetradymia canescens DC., Spineless Horsebrush
*Tetradymia comosa A. Gray, Hairy Horsebrush
Tetradymia spinosa Hook. & Arn., Shortspine Horsebrush (check)
Tragopogon dubius Scop., Yellow Salsify
*Venegasia carpesioides DC., Canyon Sunflower
*Viguiera laciniata A. Gray, San Diego County Viguera, Tornleaf Goldeneye
Xanthium strumarium L., Rough Cocklebur
Xanthium strumarium L. var. canadense (Miller) Torrey & A. Gray , Canada Cocklebur
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, weed, SDEF, 1988
Xylorhiza tortifolia (Torrey & A. Gray) E. Greene var. tortifolia, Mojave Woodyaster

Berberidaceae Barberry Family
+*Mahonia dictyota (Jeps.) Fedde, California Barberry, Shining Netvein Barberry
+*Mahonia nevinii (A. Gray) Fedde, Nevin’s Barberry

Betulaceae Birch Family
Alnus rhombifolia Nutt., White Alder
higher elev. plants tend to be many trunked and listed as ssp. bernardina in P. Munz, 1974
One tree and seedlings in ----------Cnyn. having lobed leaves

Boraginaceae Borage Family
Amsinckia menziesii (Lehm.) Nelson & J.F. Macbr., Rancher’s Fireweed, Menzies’ Fiddleneck
Amsinckia menziesii (Lehm.) Nelson & J.F. Macbr. var. intermedia (Fischer & C. Meyer) Ganders, Common Fiddleneck
Amsinckia menziesii (Lehm.) Nelson & J.F. Macbr. var. menziesii, Menzies’ Fiddleneck
Amsinckia tessellata A. Gray var. tessellata, Devil’s Lettuce, Bristly Fiddleneck
Borago officinalis
L., Common Borage
Cryptantha affinis (A. Gray) E. Greene, Common Cryptantha, Quill Cryptantha
Cryptantha barbigera (A. Gray) E. Greene ?, Bearded Cryptantha
Cryptantha circumscissa (Hook. & Arn.) I.M. Johnston, Cushion Cryptantha
Cryptantha echinella E. Greene, Prickly Cryptantha
Cryptantha flaccida (Lehm.) E. Greene, Weakstem Cryptantha
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, rare, disturbed areas in chamise, SDEF, 1988
Cryptantha holoptera (A. Gray) J.F. Macbr., Winged Cryptantha
Cryptantha intermedia (A. Gray) E. Greene, Popcorn Flower, Clearwater Cryptantha
Cryptantha micrantha (Torrey) I.M. Johnston, Redroot Cryptantha
Cryptantha micrantha (Torrey) I.M. Johnston var. micrantha, Redroot Cryptantha # 3449
*Cryptantha micromeres (A. Gray) E. Greene, Pygmyflower Cryptantha
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, disturbed areas, SDEF, 1988
*Cryptantha microstachys (A. Gray) E. Greene, Tejon Crytpantha
*Cryptantha mohavensis (E. Greene) E. Greene, Mojave Cryptantha
Cryptantha maritima (E. Greene) E. Greene, Guadalupe Cryptantha
L.A. Co, San Dimas, Fern Cnyn., SDEF, 1988
+Cryptantha muricata (Hook. & Arn.) Nelson & J.F. Macbr., Prickly Cryptantha, Pointed Cryptantha
Cryptantha nevadensis Nelson & Kenn. var. rigida I.M. Johnston, Nevada Cryptantha
Cryptantha oxygona (A. Gray) E. Greene, Sharpnut Cryptantha
Cryptantha pterocarya (Torrey) E. Greene var. pterocarya, Wingnut Cryptantha
Cryptantha racemosa (S. Watson) E. Greene, Bushy Cryptantha
*Cryptantha similis Mathew & Raven, Desert Cryptantha
Cryptantha simulans E. Greene, Pinewoods Cryptantha
Heliotropium curassavicum L.,Seaside or Salt Heliotrope
*Pectocarya linearis (Ruiz Lopez & Pavon) DC. ssp. ferocula (I.M. Johnston) Thorne, Slender Combseed, Sagebrush Combseed
Pectocarya penicillata (Hook. & Arn.) A. DC., Sleeping Combseed
Pectocarya setosa A. Gray, Moth Combseed
Plagiobothrys arizonicus (A. Gray) A. Gray, Arizona Popcornflower
*Plagiobothrys canescens Benth., Grey or Valley Popcornflower
Plagiobothrys collinus (Philbr.) I.M. Johnston, Cooper’s Popcornflower
Plagiobothrys nothofulvus (A. Gray) A. Gray, Rusty Popcornflower
Plagiobothrys tenellus (Nutt.) A. Gray, Pacific Popcornflower

Brassicaceae Mustard Family
*Arabis breweri S. Watson var. pecuniaria, Rollins Brewer’s Rockcress
Mt. San Antonio Tr., Fosberg, 1931
+Arabis glabra (L.) Benth., Tower Mustard or Rockcress
Arabis hirsuta (L.) Scop. var. pycnocarpa (M. Hopk.) Rollins, Hairy-Fruit Rock-Cress, Creamflower Rockcress
Arabis holboellii
Hornem., Holboell’s Rockcress
Arabis platysperma A. Gray var. platysperma, Broad-seeded Rock-cress, Pioneer Rockcress
Arabis pulchra M.E. Jones, Tower Mustard, Beautiful Rockcress
Arabis repanda S. Watson var. repanda, Repand Rock-cess, Yosemite Rockcress
Arabis sparsiflora Nutt., Elegant Rock-cress, Sicklepod Rockcress
*Arabis sparsiflora Nutt. var. arcuata (Nutt.) Rollins, Elegant Rockcress
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, common in openings , chaparral, SDEF, 1988
*Arabis sparsiflora Nutt. var. californica Rollins, California Rockcress
Athysanus pusillus (Hook.) E. Greene, Athysanus, Common Sandweed
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, occasional, grassy openings, SDEF, 1988
Barbarea orthoceras Ledeb., American Yellowrocket
Boechera californica ? (check taxa) V. # 2749
*Brassica fruticulosa Cyrillo, Mediterranean Cabbage
listed in the Jepson Manual, 1993 as not naturalized. It is definitely naturalized in the N. Upland area N. of Baseline.
Brassica nigra (L.) Koch, Black Mustard
+Brassica rapa L. var. rapa, Field Mustard
Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medikus, Shepherd’s Purse
Cardamine californica (Nutt.) E. Greene, Tooth Wort, Milk Maids
Cardamine oligosperma Nutt., Little Western Bittercress
*Caulanthus amplexicaulis S. Watson, Claspingleaf Wild Cabbage
*Caulanthus amplexicaulis
S. Watson var. amplexicaulis, Claspingleaf Caulanthus or Wild Cabbage
Caulanthus cooperi
(S. Watson) Payson, Cooper’s Jewelflower, Cooper’s Wild Cabbage
*Caulanthus heterophyllus (Nutt.) Payson, San Diego Wild Cabbage
Caulantahus major (M.E. Jones) Payson var. major, Slender Wild Cabbage
Descurainia pinnata (Walter) Britton, Western Tansymustard
Descurainia sophia (L.) Webb, Herb Sophia
*Draba corrugata S. Watson var. corrugata, Southern California Draba
Erysimum capitatum (Douglas) E. Greene ssp. capitatum, Western Wallflower, Sanddune Wallflower
+Guillenia lasiophylla (Hook. & Arn.) E. Greene, Calilfornia Mustard
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, occasional, SDEF, 1988
Hirschfeldia incana (L.) Lagr.-Fossat, Shortpod Mustard
Lepidium fremontii S. Watson ssp. , Desert Pepperwood
Lepidium virginicum L. var. pubescens (E. Greene) Thell., Hairy Pepperweed
*Lepidium virginicum L. var. robinsonii (Thell.) C. Hitchc., Robinson’s Pepperweed
Lobularia maritima (L.) Desv., Sweet Alyssum
+Nasturtium officinale W.T. Aiton, Water Cress
Raphanus sativus L. Cultivated Radish
+Rorippa palustris (L.) Besser ssp. occidentalis (S. Watson) Abrams, Marsh Yellow-cress, Western Bog Yellowcress
Sisymbrium altissimum
L., Jim Hill Mustard, Tall Tumble Mustard
*Sisymbrium erysimoides Desf., Mediterranean Rocket
Sisymbrium irio L., London Rocket
Sisymbrium officinale (L.) Scop., Hedgemustard
Sisymbrium orientale
L., Oriental Mustard, Indian Hedgemustard
Stanleya pinnata (Pursh) Britton var. pinnata, Desert Princesplume
*Streptanthus bernardinus
(E. Greene) Parish, Laguna Mountain Jewelflower
Thysanocarpus curvipes Hook., Sand Fringepod
+*Thysanocarpus laciniatus Nutt., Mountain Fringepod

Cactaceae Cactus Family
+*Cylindropuntia californica (Torr. & A. Gray) F.M. Kunth var. parkeri (J.M. Coult.) J. Rebman, Cane Cholla, Snake Cholla
+Cylindropuntia echinocarpa (Engelm. & J. Bigelow) F.M. Knuth, Silver or Golden Cholla, Wiggin’s Cholla
Opuntia basilaris
Engelm. & J. Bigelow, Beavertail Pricklypear
Opuntia basilaris Engelm. & J. Bigelow var. basilaris, Beavertail Pricklypear
Opuntia basilaris Engelm. & J. Bigelow var. brachyclada (Griffiths) Munz, Short-Joint Beavertail, Beavertail Pricklypear
*Opuntia littoralis (Engelm.), Cockerell, Coastal Pricklypear
Opuntia xvaseyi
(J.M. Coult.) Britton & Rose { littoralis x phaeacantha }, Vasey’s Coastal Pricklypear
Below Morris Dam, 800 ft., (244 m.) by S.D. White, 5/21/97

Campanulaceae Bellflower Family
*Githopsis diffusa A. Gray ssp. diffusa , San Gabriel Bluecup
+Githopsis specularioides Nutt. (Need to know the ssp. - Broken into 3 seperate ssp.)
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, burns, open or disturbed places, oak & chamise chaparral, SDEF, 1988
Heterocodon rariflorum Nutt., Rareflower or Fewflowered Heterocodon
Lobelia cardinalis L. var. pseudosplendens McVaugh, Cardinal Flower
Lone Pine Cnyn., 3000 ft., by L.C. Wheeler, 9/16/67; 1 mi., NNW of Lost Lake in Lone Pine Cnyn., by R.F. Thorne & Larrey E. De Buhr, 10/13/72
*Lobelia dunnii E. Greene var. serrata (A. Gray) McVaugh, Dunn’s Lobelia
Nemacladus glanduliferus Jepson var. glanduliiferus, Glandular Threadplant
Nemacladus longiflorus A. Gray var. breviflorus McVaugh, LongflowerThreadplant
*Nemacladus ramosissimus
Nutt., Smallflower Threadplant ?
Nemacladus sigmoideus G. Robb., Sigmoid Threadplant
Triodanis biflora (Ruiz Lopez & Pavon) E. Greene, Small Venus Lookingglass
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, open areas near stream

Cannabaceae Hemp Family
Cannabis sativa L. Grass, Hemp, Pot, Marjuana

Capparaceae Caper Family
Isomeris arborea Nutt., Bladderpod, Spiderflower
Glendora, 1 in area burned the previous year along Glendora Mt. Rd., perhaps hydro-seeded; Duarte, several in area recently cleared of brush along the upper Fish Cnyn. Trail.

Caprifoliaceae Honeysuckle Family
Lonicera interrupta Benth., Chaparral Honeysuckle
Lonicera japonica Thunb., Japanese Honeysuckle
*Lonicera subspicata Hook. & Arn. var. denudata Rehder, Southern Honeysuckle, Santa Barbara Honeysuckle
+Sambucus nigra L. ssp. canadensis (L.) R. Bolli, American Black Elderberry
+ Sambucus nigra L. ssp. cerulea (Raf.) R. Bolli, Blue Elderberry
Symphoricarpos albus
(L.) S.F. Blake var. laevigatus (Fern.) S.F. Blake, Common Snowberry
Symphoricarpos mollis Nutt, Trip Vine, Creeping Snowberry
Symphoricarpos rotundiflolius A. Gray var. parishii (Rydb.) Dempster, Parish’s Snowberry

Caryophyllaceae Pink Family
Arenaria macradenia S. Watson, Desert Sandwort, Mojave Sandwort
Arenaria macradenia S. Watson ssp. macradenia, Mojave Sandwort
+*Arenaria macradenia S. Watson ssp. macradenia var. arcuifolia Maguire, Mojave Sandwort ?
Cerastium glomeratum Thuill., Mouse-ear Chickweed, Sticky Chickweed
Loeflingia squarrosa Nutt. ssp., Spreading Pygmyleaf
Minuartia californica (A. Gray) Mattf., California Sandwort
Minuartia douglasii (Torrey & A. Gray) Mattf., Douglas’ Sandwort(Stichwort)
Minuartia nuttallii (Pax) Briq. ssp. gracilis (Robinson) McNeil, Brittle Sandwort
Minuartia rubella (Wahlenb.) Hiern., Beautiful Sandwort
Polycarpum tetraphyllum (L.) L., Four-Leaved Allseed, Fourleaf Manyseed
L.A. Co., San Dimas, W. Fork flume inSan Dimas Cnyn., SDEF, 1988
Sagina decumbens (Elliott) Torrey & A. Gray ssp. occidentalis (S. Watson) Crow, Western Pearlwort
Silene antirrhina L, Snapdragon Campion, Sleepy Antirrhina
Silene gallica L., Windmil Pink, Common Catchfly
*Silene laciniata Cav. ssp. major C. Hitchc. & Maguire, Southern Indian Pink, Cardinal Catchfly
Silene lemmonii S. Watson, Lemmon’s Campion (Catchfly)
Silene menziesii Hook.,Menzies’ Campion
Silene multinervia S. Watson, Manynerve Catchfly
*Silene parishii
S. Watson, Parish’s Catchfly
*Silene parishii S. Watson var. latifolia C. Hitchc. & Maguire, Parish’s Catchfly
*Silene verecunda
S. Watson ssp. platyota (S. Watson) C. Hitch. & Maguire, White Catch-fly, Dolores Campion, San Francisco Campion (check variety)
Silene vulgaris (Moench) Garcke, Maidenstears
Baldy Notch, by Thorne/Everist, 7/31/71, 2378 m.
Spergula arvensis
L. ssp. arvensis, Stickwort, Starwort, Cornspurr Spurry
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, openings, low elevations, SDEF, 1988
Spergularia rubra (L.) J.S. Presl. & C. Presl., Red Sandspurry
+Spergularia salina J. Presl. & C. Presl., Salt Sandspurry
Spergularia villosa (Pers.) Cambess, Hairy Sandspurry
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, weed, SDEF, 1988
Stellaria media (L.) Villars, Common Chickweed
Stellaria nitens Nutt., Shining Chickweed

Ceratophyllaceae Hornwort Family
Ceratophyllum demersum L., Hornwort, Coon’s Tail

Chenopodiaceae Goosefoot Family

Atriplex canescens (Pursh) Nutt. var. canescens, Shad-scale, Fourwing Saltbush
Check ssp.
Atriplex canescens (Pursh) Nutt. var. linearis (S. Watson) Munz, Thinleaf Fourwing Saltbush
Atriplex lentiformis (Torrey) S. Watson ssp. lentiformis, Big Saltbush
Atriplex rosea L. Tumbling Oracle, Saltweed
Atriplex semibaccata R. Br., Australian Saltbush
Chenopodium album L., Pigweed, Lambsquarters
+Chenopodium album L. var. striatum (Krasan) ? ined., Lateflowering Goosefoot
Chenopodium ambrosioides L., Mexican Tea
Chenopodium atrovirens Rydb., Pinyon Goosefoot
Cnyn. n. to n.e. of Baldy Notch, by Peter Fritsch &T.S. Ross, July 12, 1990, 6424- 7400 ft.
Chenopodium berlandieri Moq., Pitseed Goosefoot
Chenopodium berlandieri Moq. var. zschackei (Murray) Murray ex Asch., Zschack’s Goosefoot
Chenopodium botrys L., Jerusalem Oak, Goosefoot
*Chenopodium californicum (S. Watson) S. Watson, California Goosefoot
Chenopodium desiccatum Nelson, Aridland Goosefoot
Chenopodium fremontii S. Watson, Fremont’s Goosefoot
+Chenopodium pratericola Rydb., Meadow Goosefoot
ssp. needed for new taxa
Chenopodium pumilio R. Br., Clammy Goosefoot
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, occasional weed, SDEF, 1988
Grayia spinosa (Hook.) Moq., Spiny Hopsage
Krascheninnikovia lanata (Pursh) A.D.J. Meeuse & Smit, Winter Fat
Salsola tragus L., Tumbleweed, Russian Thistle

Cistaceae Rock-Rose Family
*Cistus ladanifer L., Common Gum Cistus
recorded only from L.A. Co.
*Helianthemum scoparium Nutt., Bisbee Peak Rushrose

Convolvulaceae Morning Glory Family
*Calystegia macrostegia (E. Greene) Brummitt ssp. intermedia (Abrams) Brummitt, Island False Bindweed
*Calystegia occidentalis (A. Gray) Brummitt ssp. fulcrata (A. Gray) Brummitt, Chaparral False Bindweed
Convolvulus arvensis L., Orchard Morning-Glory, Field Bindweed

Cornaceae Dogwood Family
Cornus sericea L. ssp. sericea, American Dogwood, Redosier Dogwood
Cornus sericea L. ssp. occidentalis (Torrey & A. Gray) Fosb., Western Dogwood

Crassulaceae Stonecrop Family
Crassula connata (Ruiz Lopez & Pavon) A. Berger, Sand Pygmy-Weed
*Dudleya cymosa (Lemaire) Britton & Rose ssp. crebrifolia K. Nakai & Verity, San Gabriel River Dudleya
*Dudleya cymosa (Lemaire) Britton & Rose ssp. pumila (Rose) K. Nakai, Canyon Dudleya (Liveforever)
*Dudleya densiflora (Rose) Moran, San Gabriel Mountains (Liverforever) Dudleya
Mouth of San Gabriel Cnyn., Roberts Cnyn., Fish Cnyn.
*Dudleya lanceolata (Nutt.) Britton & Rose, Lanceleaf Dudleya (Liveforever)
*Dudleya multicaulis (Rose) Moran, Many-Stemmed Dudleya(Liveforever)
Dudleya pulverulenta (Nutt.) Britton & Rose, Chalk Lettuce(Dudleya)
*Dudleya saxosa (M.E. Jones) Britton & Rose ssp. aloides (Rose) Moran, Panamint Liveforever
Sedum spathulifolium Hook., Yellow or Broadleaf Stonecrop

Cucurbitaceae Gourd Family
Cucurbita foetidissima Kunth, Calabazilla, Stinking Gourd, Missouri Gourd
Marah macrocarpus (E. Greene) E. Greene var. macrocarpus, Wild-cucumber, Cucamonga Manroot

Cuscutaceae Dodder Family
Cuscuta californica Hook. & Arn., Chaparral Dodder (check ssp.)
Cuscuta californica Hook. & Arn. var. californica, California Dodder, Chaparral Dodder
Cuscuta ceanothi Behr. Canyon Dodder
Cuscuta indecora Choisy var. indecora , Bigseed Alfalfa Dodder
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, introduced weed, SDEF, 1988
Cuscuta pentagona Engelm., Fiveangeled Dodder

Datiscaceae Datisca Family
Datisca glomerata (C. Presl.) Baillon, Durango Root

Elaeagnaceae Oleaster Family

Elaeagnus angustifolia L. Russian Olive, Oleaster

Ericaceae Heath Family
Arbutus menziesii Pursh, Pacific Madrone
Rincon Cnyn. at Pine Mt. Truck Trail, L.C. Wheeler, Nov. 26, 1966, elev. 2400 ft.
*Arctostaphylos gabrielensis P. Wells, San Gabriel Manzanita
Arctostaphylos glandulosa Eastw. ssp. glandulosa, Eastwood’s Manzanita
*Arctostaphylos glandulosa
Eastw. ssp. glaucomollis P. Wells, Eastwood’s Manzanita
*Arctostaphylos glauca Lindley, Bigberry Manzanita
*Arctostaphylos parryana Lemmon, Parry Manzanita
Arctostaphylos patula E. Greene, Greenleaf Manzanita
Arctostaphylos pungens Kunth, Mexican manzanita, Pointleaf Manzanita
Chimaphila menziesii (D. Don) Sprengel, Little Prince’s Pine
Pterospora andromedea Nutt., Woodland Pinedrops
Pyrola asarifolia
Michaux ssp. asarifolia, Bog Wintergreen, Liverleaf Wintergreen
Pyrola picta Smith, Whiteveined Wintergreen
Sarcodes sanguinea Torrey, Snowplant

Euphorbiaceae Spurge Family
Chamaesyce albomarginata (Torrey & A. Gray) Small, Rattlesnake Weed, Whitemargin Sandmat
Chamaesyce maculata (L.) Small, Spotted Spurge (Sandmat)
Chamaesyce melanadenia (Torrey) Millsp., Redgland Spurge
Chamaesyce polycarpa (Benth.) Millsp., Smallseed Sandmat
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, rare, dry, rocky openings, SDEF, 1988
Chamaesyce prostrata (Aiton) Small, Prostrate Sandmat
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small, Creeping Spurge, Matted Sandmat
Chamaesyce serpyllifolia (Pers.) Small ssp. serpyllifolia, Thymeleaf Spurge (Sandmat)
Croton californicus Mull. Arg., California Croton
Eremocarpus setigerus Hook., Dove Weed
Euphorbia lathyris L., Caper Spurge, Gopher Plant, Moleplant
Euphorbia palmeri S. Watson, Woodland Spurge
Euphorbia peplus L., Petty Spurge
Euphorbia spathulata Lam., Warty Spurge
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, grassland, < 2000 ft.
Ricinus communis L., Castor Bean (Castorbean)

Fabaceae Pea Family
Amorpha californica Nutt. var. californica, California Falseindigo
Amorpha fruticosa L., Desert False Indigo
S.B. Co., Controversy Spring, L.C. Wheeler, Sep. 7, 1968
*Astragalus bicristatus
A. Gray, Twocrested Milkvetch
Astragalus coccineus Brandegee, Scarlet Milkvetch,
Holcomb Ridge at Bob’s Gap
Astragalus didymocarpus Hook & Arn., Two-seeded Milkvetch, Dwarf White Milkvetch
*Astragalus douglasii (Torrey & A. Gray) A. Gray var. douglasii, Jacumba Milkvetch, Douglas’s Milkvetch
Astragalus gambelianus E. Sheldon, Gambel’s Dwarf Milkvetch
*Astragalus lentiginosus Hook. var. antonius Barneby, San Antonio Milkvetch, Freckled Milkvetch
*Astragalus leucolobus M.E. Jones, Bear Valley Woolypod(Milkvetch)
*Astragalus pomonensis M. E. Jones, Pomona Milkvetch
Astragalus purshii Hook. var. lectulus (S. Watson) M.E. Jones, Pursh’s Milk-Vetch, Woollypod Milkvetch
Cassia artemisioides (Gaud.) Randell, Bumblebee Bush, Silver Senna
Glendora, plants spreading from roadside plantings into disturbed soil at Glendora Mt. Rd. and growing in mixed chaparral and coastal sage scrub in Cobolt Canyon in Claremont.
Ceratonia siliqua L., Carob(Karoub), St. John’s Bread
Glendora, Big Dalton Cnyn., one plant in dense chaparral, one plant at streamside
Colutea arborescens L., Bladder Senna
Glendora, Big Dalton Cnyn. Debris Basin
Genista monspessulana (L.) L. Johnson, French Broom
Glycyrrhiza lepidota Pursh, Wild or American Licorice
*Hoita macrostachya (DC.) Rydb., Large Leather Root
Glendora, Morgan Cnyn. Debris Basin, becoming common several years after debris removal; W. tributary of lower Lytle Creek
Lathyrus latifolius L., Perennial Sweet Pea, Perennial Pea
*Lathyrus vestitus Nutt. var. vestitus, Chaparral, Common or Pacific Pea
*Lotus argophyllus (A. Gray) E. Greene var. argophyllus, Silver Bird’sl-foot Trefoil
Lotus corniculatus L., Birdfoot Trefoil
Lotus crassifolius (Benth.) E. Greene, Broad-leaved Lotus, Big Deervetch
Lotus grandiflorus (Benth.) E. Greene var. grandiflorus, Chaparral Lotus, Chaparral Bird’s-foot Trefoil
Lotus heermannii (Durand & Hilg.) E. Greene, Silky Lotus, Heerman’s Bird’s-foot Trefoil
Lotus hamatus E. Greene, San Diego Bird’s-foot Trefoil
Lotus micranthus Benth., Smallflower Lotus, Desert Deervetch
*Lotus nevadensis (S. Watson) E. Greene var. davidsonii (E. Greene) Isely, Davidson’s Bird’s-foot Trefoil
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, firebreaks, openings, SDEF, 1988
Lotus oblongifolius (Benth.) E. Greene var. oblongifolius, Streambank Lotus (Bird’s-foot Trefoil)
*Lotus procumbens (E. Greene) E. Greene, Silky California Broom (Deerweed)
+Lotus purshianus (Benth.) Clements & E.G. Clements var. purshianus
*Lotus salsuginosus
E. Greene var. salsuginosus, Coastal Bird’s-foot Trefoil
Lotus scoparius (Nutt.) Ottley, California Broom, Common Deerweed
Lotus scoparius (Nutt.) Ottley var. brevialatus Ottley, Western Bird’s-foot Trefoil
*Lotus scoparius (Nutt.) Ottley var. scoparius, Common Deerweed
Lotus strigosus (Nutt.) E. Greene, Strigose Lotus (Bird’s-foot Trefoil)
*Lupinus agardhianus Heller, Agard Lupine
Lupinus albifrons Benth.,Silver Lupine
Lupinus andersonii S. Watson, Anderson’s Lupine
Lupinus bicolor Lindley, Miniature Lupine
Lupinus concinus J. Agardh, Bajada Lupine
*Lupinus elatus I.M. Johnston, Tall Silky Lupine
Lupinus excubitus M.E. Jones, Mountain Springs Bush Lupine, Grape Soda Lupine
*Lupinus excubitus M.E. Jones var. austromontanus (A.A. Heller) C.P. Smith,
Lupinus excubitus M.E. Jones var. hallii (Abrams) C.P. Smith, Hall’s Bush Lupine
*Lupinus formosus Greene, Summer Lupine (check ssp.)
*Lupinus formosus E. Greene, var. formosus, Western Lupine, Summer Lupine
*Lupinus hirsutissimus Benth., Stinging Annual Lupine
*Lupinus hyacinthinus E. Greene, San Jacinto Lupine
Lupinus latifolius J. Agardh. var. latifolius , Broadleaf Lupine
+*Lupinus latifolius J. Agardh. ssp. parishii (C.P. Smith) Kenney, Broadleaf Lupine
*Lupinus longifolius (S. Watson) Abrams, Longleaf Bush Lupine
Lupinus sparsiflorus Benth., Coulter’s Lupine
+*Lupinus subvexus C.P. Sm. var. subvexus, Valley Lupine
Lupinus succulentus Koch, Arroyo Lupine, Hollowleaf Annual Lupine
*Lupinus truncatus Hook. & Arn., Collared Annual Lupine
+Medicago lupulina L., Yellow Trefoil, Black Medick
Medicago polymorpha L., Burclover
Medicago sativa L., Alfalfa, Lucerne
Meliotus indica (L.) All., Sourclover, Annual Yellow Sweetclover
+Melilotus officinalis (L.) Lam., White Sweetclover
*Pickeringia montana Nutt., Chaparral Pea
L.A. Co., San Dimas, Bell Cnyn. # 1, rare, SDEF, 1988
Robinia pseudoacacia L, Black Locust
Rupertia physodes (Hook) Grimes, California Tea, Forest Scurfpea
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, open spots, streams, SDEF, 1988
Spartium junceum L., Spanish Broom
Trifolium albopurpereum Torrey & A. Gray, Rancheria Clover
Trifolium ciliolatum Benth., Foothill Clover
Trifolium gracilentum Torrey & A. Gray, Pinpoint Clover
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, open, grassy places, SDEF, 1988
Trifolium hirtum All., Rose Clover
Trifolium hybridum L., Alsike Clover
Trifolium microcephalum Pursh, Smallhead Clover
+*Trifolium monanthum A. Gray ssp. grantianum (A.A. Heller) J.M. Gillett, Mountain Carpet Clover
Trifolium obtusiflorum Hook. f., Clammy Clover
Trifolium repens L., White Clover
Trifolium willdenovii Sprengel, Tomcat Clover
Trifolium wormskioldii Lehm., Cows Clover
Vicia americana Willd. ssp. americana, American Vetch
Vicia benghalensis L., Purple Vetch
Glendora, Big Dalton Dam
Vicia villosa Roth, Hairy Vetch, Winter Vetch

Fagaceae Oak Family

Chrysolepis sempervirens (Kellogg) Hjelmq., Bush Chinquapin
*Quercus agrifolia Nee var. agrifolia, Coast Live Oak, Encina, California Live Oak
Quercus chrysolepis Liebm., Maul Oak, Golden Cup Oak, Canyon Live Oak
*Quercus durata Jepson var gabrielensis K. Nixon & C.H. Muller, San Gabriel Mtns. Leather Oak, Leather Oak
Quercus durata Jepson var. gabrielensis X Q. engelmannii
*Quercus engelmannii
E. Greene, Mesa Oak, Engelmann Oak
*Quercus john-tuckeri K. Nixon & C.H. Muller, Tucker Oak
Quercus kelloggii Newb., California Black Oak
Quercus kelloggii Newb. X Q. wislizeni, A.DC.
San Savine Rd., 1 mi. W. of Lyttle Creek Rd.
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, 5000 ft., rare, 2 individuals, SDEF, 1988
San Bern. Co.,
*Quercus wislizeni A.DC. var. frutescens Engelm., Interior Live Oak

Garryaceae Silk Tassel Family
Garrya flavescens S. Watson, Ashy Silktassel
Garrya fremontii Torrey, Fremont, Silk Tassel, Bearbrush
*Garrya veatchii Kellogg, Canyon Silk Tassel

Gentianaceae Gentian Family
Centaurium venustum (A. Gray) Robinson, Canchalagua, Charming Centaury
+Frasera neglecta H.M. Hall, Pine Greengentian
+Frasera parryi Torrey, Coahuila Frasera
L.A. Co., San Dimas, grassy areas south of San Dimas Dam, SDEF, 1988

Geraniaceae Geranium Family
Erodium botrys (Cav.) Bertol., Long-Beaked Filaree(Stork’s Bill)
Erodium brachycarpum (Godron) Thell., Short-Fruited Filaree(Stork’s Bill)
Erodium cicutarium (L.) L’Her., Redstem Filaree (Stork’s Bill)
Erodium macrophyllum Hook. & Arn., Roundleaf Stork’s Bill
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, grassy places, < 2000 ft., SDEF, 1988
Erodium moschatum (L.) L’Her, White-Stemmed Filaree, Musky Stork’s Bill
Geranium carolinianum L., Carolina Geranium
Geranium dissectum L., Cutleaf Geranium
Geranium richardsonii Fisch. & Trautv., Richardson’s Geranium
SB Co., Upper part of Big Pines Meadow, R.F. Thorne, July 9,1969

Grossulariaceae Gooseberry Family
*Ribes amarum McClatchie, Bitter Gooseberry
*Ribes aureum Pursh var. gracillimum (Cov. & Britton) Jepson, Golden Currant
Chech ssp
*Ribes californicum Hook. & Arn. var. hesperium (McClatchie) Jepson, Hillside Gooseberry
Ribes cereum Douglas, Wax Currant
Ribes cereum Douglas var. cereum, Squaw Currant, Mountain Currant, Wax Currant
*Ribes indecorum Eastw., Whiteflower Currant
Ribes indecorum Eastw. X R. malvacium Sm.
*Ribes malvaceum Sm., Chaparral Currant
*Ribes malvaceum Sm. var. viridifolium Abrams, Chaparral Currant
Ribes montigenum McClatchie, Mountain Gooseberry, Gooseberry Currant
Ribes nevadense Kellogg, Mountain Pink Currant, Sierra Currant
*Ribes nevadense Kellogg, var. jaegeri A. Berger, Jaeger’s Currant
Ribes roezlii Regel, Sierra Gooseberry (check ssp.)
Ribes roezlii Regel var. roezlii, Sierra Gooseberry
*Ribes speciosum Pursh, Fuchsiaflower Gooseberry
San Dimas Guard Station, 1 plant, SDEF, 1988

Haloragaceae Water-milfoil Family
Myriophyllum sibiricum V. Komarov, Siberian milfoil, Shortspike Watermilfoil

Hydrophyllaceae Waterleaf or Phacelia Family
Emmenanthe penduliflora Benth., Whispering Bells
*Eriodictyon crassifolium Benth., Thickleaf Yerba Santa
*Eriodictyon trichocalyx A.A. Heller, Smoothleaf Yerba Santa
*Eriodictyon trichocalyx A.A. Heller var. trichocalyx , Hairy Yerba Santa
*Eucrypta chrysanthemifolia (Benth.) E. Greene var. chrysanthemifolia, Eucrypta, Spotted Hideseed
Nama californicum (A. Gray) Bacon, California Fiddleleaf
Nama demissum A. Gray, Purplemat
Nemophila menziesii Hook. & Arn. var. integrifolia Parish, Baby Blue Eyes
*Nemophila menziesii Hook. & Arn. var. menziesii, Baby Blue Eyes
Nemophila pedunculata Douglas ex Benth., Littlefoot Nemophila
Nemophila spatulata Cov., Sierra Baby Blue Eyes
Phacelia affinis A. Gray, Limestone Scorpionweed(Phacelia)
Phacelia austromontana J. Howell, Southern Sierra Phacelia
+Phacelia bicolor S. Watson, Twocolor Phacelia
*Phacelia brachyloba (Benth.) A. Gray, Shortlobe Phacelia
Phacelia cicutaria E. Greene, Caterpillar Phacelia
Phacelia cicutaria E. Greene var. hispida (A. Gray) J. Howell
Phacelia crenulata Torrey, Cleftleaf Wildheliotrope
Phacelia cryptantha E. Greene, Limestone Phacelia, Hidden-flower Scorpion-weed or Phacelia
Phacelia curvipes S. Watson, Curve-stem Phacelia
Phacelia davidsonii A. Gray, Davidson’s Phacelia
Phacelia distans Benth., Common Phacelia, Distant Phacelia
*Phacelia douglasii (Benth.) Torrey, Douglas’ Phacelia
Phacelia egena (Brand) J. Howell, Kaweah River Scorpionweed or Phacelia
Phacelia fremontii Torrey, Fremont’s Phacelia
*Phacelia grandiflora (Benth.) A. Gray, Largeflower Phacelia
Phacelia hastata Lehm., Mountain Phacelia, Silverleaf Phacelia
*Phacelia imbricata E. Greene ssp. imbricata, Imbricate Phacelia
Phacelia longipes A. Gray, Longstalk or Scorpionweed Phacelia
*Phacelia minor (Harvey) Thell, Wild Canterbury Bells
*Phacelia mohavensis A. Gray, Mojave Phacelia
Phacelia parryi Torrey, Parry’s Phacelia
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, rare, SDEF, 1988
Phacelia ramosissima, Douglas ex Lehm., Branching Phacelia
Phacelia ramosissima Lehm. var. latifolia (Torrey) Cronq., Branching Phacelia
Phacelia ramosissima Lehm. var. ramosissima
*Phacelia viscida
(Benth.) Torrey, Tacky Phacelia
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, occasional, SDEF, 1988
Pholistoma auritum (Lindley) Lilja, var. auritum, Blue Fiesta Flower
Pholistoma membranaceum (Benth.) Constance, White Fiesta Flower
*Turricula parryi (A. Gray) J.F. Macbr., Sticky Poodle-dog Bush, Common Turricula

Hypericaceae St. John’s Wort Family

+Hypericum scouleri ssp. scouleri, Scouler’s Saint Johnswort

Juglandaceae Walnut Family

*Juglans californica S. Watson, California Black Walnut, Southern California Walnut
Juglans californica X J. regia

Lamiaceae Mint Family
Lamium amplexicaule L., Henbit, Deadnettle
*Lepechinia fragrans (E. Greene) Epling, Fragrant Pitcher Sage, Island Pitchersage
Marrubium vulgare L., Horehound
Mentha X piperita L., (pro sp.) {aquatica x spicata} , Peppermint
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, Tanbark, weed, SDEF, 1988
Mentha spicata L., Spearment
Mentha suaveolens
Ehrh., Apple Mint
*Monardella australis Abrams, Southern Mountain Monardella
*Monardella breweri A. Gray, Brewer’s Monardella
*Monardella cinerea Abrams, Gray Monardella
*Monardella hypoleuca A. Gray, White-Leaf Monardella, Thickleaf Monardella
Monardella lanceolata A. Gray , Mustang Mint (Monardella)
Monardella lanceolata A. Gray var. lanceolata, Mustang Monardella
Monardella linoides A. Gray , Flaxleaf Monardella (check ssp)
*Monardella macrantha A. Gray, Red Monardella
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, dry, exposed openings, SDEF, 1988
*Monardella viridis Jepson ssp. saxicola (Ewan) I.M. Johnson, Rock Monardella
Nepeta cataria L. , Catnip
San Bern. Co., Lone Pine Canyon, Clyde Ranch
*Pycnanthemum californicum Torrey, Sierra Mint
L.A. Co.: Big Rock Creek, (Paradise Springs Camp) Big Rock Creek Camp
San Bern. Co.; Sheep Cnyn.; W. trib. of Cajon Wash
Salazaria mexicana Torrey, Mexican Bladder Sage
*Salvia apiana Jepson, White Sage
Salvia columbariae Benth., Chia
+Salvia dorrii (Kellogg) Abrams ssp. dorrii var. pilosa (A. Gray) Strachan & Reveal., Purple Sage
*Salvia mellifera E. Greene, Black Sage
Scutellaria tuberosa Benth., Common Skullcap, Danny’s Skullcap
*Scutellaria siphocampyloides Vatke, Grayleaf Skullcap
+*Stachys ajugoides Benth., Ajuga Hedge Nettle, Bugle Hedgenettle
Stachys albens A. Gray, Cobwebby Hedge-nettle, Whitestem Hedgenettle
Trichostema austromontanum Harlan Lewis ssp. austromontanum, Southern Bluecurls, San Jacinto Bluecurls
Trichostema lanceolatum Benth., Vinegarweed
*Trichostema parishii Vasey, Parish’s Bluecurls

Lauraceae Laurel Family
Umbellularia californica (Hook. & Arn.) Nutt., California Bay, Pepperwood, California Laurel

Loasaceae Stick-Leaf Family
Mentzelia affinis E. Greene, Hydra Stick-leaf, Yellowcomet
Mentzelia congesta
Torrey & A. Gray, Clustered Blazing Star, United Blazingstar
Mentzelia dispersa S. Watson, Scattered Blazing Star, Bushy Blazingstar
Mentzelia laevicaulis (Hook.) Torrey & A. Gray, Giant Blazing Star, Smoothstem Blazingstar
*Mentzelia micrantha (Hook. & Arn.) Torrey & A. Gray, Chaparral Blazing Star, San Luis Blazingstar
Mentzelia montana (Davidson) Davidson, Variegated Blazingstar
Mentzelia veatchiana Kellogg, Veatch’s Blazing Star

Lythraceae Loosestrife Family
Ammannia coccinea Rottb., Red Ammannia, Valley Redstem
Lythrum californicum Torrey & A. Gray, California Loose-strife

Malvaceae Mallow Family
Alcea rosea L., Hollyhock
San Bern. Co., Sheep Cnyn.
+*Malacothamnus fasciculatus (Torrey & A. Gray) E. Greene, Mendocino Bushmallow
*Malacothamnus fremontii (A. Gray) Greene, Fremont’s Bushmallow
*Malacothamnus marrubioides (Durand & Gilg.) E. Greene, Pinkflowered Bushmallow
Malva parviflora L., Little Mallow, Cheeseweed Mallow
Sphaeralcea ambigua A. Gray var. ambigua, Apricot Mallow, Desert Globemallow

Moraceae Mulberry Family
Ficus carica L., Common Fig, Edible Fig
*Ficus palmata Forssk., Palmate Fig, Punjab Fig
Glendora, Big Dalton Cnyn.; Glencoe Heights Cnyn, mature trees bearing fruit; riparian, elev. ------1400 ft., rare
Morus alba L., White Mulberry
Glendora, Big Dalton Cnyn., streamside, 2 trees

Myoporaceae Myoporum Family

*Myoporum laetum Forster, Ngaio Tree

Myrtaceae Myrtle Family
Callistemon sp. Bottlebrush, Azusa ( Mouth of San Gabriel River)
+Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh., River Red Gum
Eucalyptus globulus Labill., Tasmanian Blue Gum
Eucalyptus tereticornis Smith, Forest Red Gum
Melaleuca citrina (Curtis) Dum. Cours
Azusa, mouth of San Gabriel River

Nyctaginaceae Four-O’Clock Family
Abronia pogonantha Heimerl, Mojave Sand Verbena
Abronia turbinata S. Watson, Transmontane Sand Verbena
+Mirabilis laevis (Benth.) Curran var. laevis, Desert Wishbone Bush
+Mirabilis laevis (Benth) Curran var. villosa (Kellogg)Spellenb., Bigelow’s Desert Four-O’Clock, Wishbone Bush

Nymphaeaceae Water LilyFamily
Nymphaea odorata Aiton, Fragrent or American White Waterlily
Lone Pine Cnyn., Lost Lake, 1 pop. in 2008 in n.e. area of lake

Oleaceae Olive Family
Forestiera pubescens Nutt., Desert Olive, Stretchberry
Fraxinus dipetala Hook. & Arn., California Ash
Fraxinus latifolia Benth., Oregon Ash
L.A. Co., San Dimas, Bell Cnyn. 1 shrub, oak chaparral, SDEF, 1988
Fraxinus uhdei (Wenz.) Lingeish., Shamel Ash, Evergreen Ash
Fraxinus pennsylvanica Marsh ssp. velutina (Torrey) Miller, Velvet Ash
Ligustrum lucidum Ait., Glossy Privet
Naturalized in Marshall Cnyn. along streamside
Olea europaea L. Olive
Olea sylvestris Mill., Wild Olive

Onagraceae Evening Primrose Family
*Camissonia bistorta (Torrey & A. Gray) Raven, California or Southern Suncup
Camissonia boothii (Douglas) Raven, Booth’s Sun Cup (Evening Primrose)
Camissonia boothii (Douglas) Raven ssp. decorticans (Hook. & Arn.) Raven, Shredding Evening Primrose(Suncup)
Camissonia californica (Torrey & A. Gray) Raven, California Suncup
Camissonia campestris (E. Greene) Raven, Mojave Suncup
Camissonia campestris (E. Greene) Raven ssp. campestris , Mojave Suncup
Camissonia claviformis (Torrey & Fremont) Raven, Browneyes
Camissonia confusa Raven, San Bernardino Suncup
Camissonia confusa Raven X C. hirtella (E. Greene) Raven
Camissonia graciliflora (Hook. & Arn.) Raven, Hill Suncup
*Camissonia hirtella (E. Greene) Raven, Field Sun Cup, Santa Cruz Island Suncup
*Camissonia ignota (Jepson) Raven, Jurupa Hills Suncup
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, dry washes, low elevation, SDEF, 1988
*Camissonia intermedia Raven, Intermediate Suncup
*Camissonia micrantha (Sprengel) Raven, Miniature Suncup
Camissonia pallida (Abrams) Raven, Paleyellow Suncup
*Camissonia strigulosa (Fischer & C. Meyer) Raven, Sandysoil Suncup
L.A. Co., Brown’s Flat
+Chamerion angustifolium (L) Holub. ssp. circumvagum (Mosq.)Hoch, Fireweed
*Clarkia dudleyana (Abrams) J.F. Macbr., Dudley’s Clarkia
Clarkia epilobioides (Nutt.) Nelson & J.F. Macbr., Canyon Clarkia
Clarkia purpurea (Curtis) Nelson & J.F. Macbr., Purple Godetia, Winecup Clarkia (check ssp.)
Clarkia purpurea (Curtis) Nelson & J.F. Macbr. ssp. quadrivulnera (Douglas) Harlan Lewis & M. Lewis, Four Spot, Winecup clarkia
Clarkia rhomboidea Douglas, Diamond-petaled Clarkia, Diamond Clarkia
*Clarkia similis Harlan Lewis & Ernst, Ramona Clarkia
*Clarkia unguiculata Lindley, Elegant Clarkia
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, shady places, chamise, SDEF, 1988
Epilobium brachycarpum C. Presl, Autumn Willowweed, Tall Annual Willowherb
Epilobium canum (E. Greene) Raven, California Fuchsia, Zauschneria, Hummingbird Trumpet
Epilobium canum (E. Greene) Raven ssp. canum, California Fuchsia, Hummingbird Trumpet
*Epilobium canum (E. Greene) Raven ssp. latifolium (Hook.) Raven, Mountain California-Fuchsia, Hummingbird Trumpet
Epilobium ciliatum Raf. ssp. ciliatum, Fringed Willowherb
Epilobium densiflorum (Lindley) P. Hoch & Raven, Spike Primrose, Denseflower Willowherb
Epilobium glaberrimum Barbey, Glaucus Willowherb (check ssp.)
Epilobium glaberrimum Barbey ssp. glaberrimum, Glaucus Willowherb
Epilobium minutum Lehm., Chaparral Willowherb
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, dry openings, chamise, native to more N. sites, SDEF, 1988
Gayophytum diffusum Torrey & A. Gray ssp. parviflorum Harlan Lewis & J. Szweykowski, Spreading Groundsmoke
Gayophytum heterozygum Harlan Lewis & J. Szweykowski, Zigzag Groundsmoke
Gayophytum humile A.L. Juss., Low Gayophytum, Dwarf Groundsmoke
Gayophytum ramosissimum Torrey & A. Gray, Pinyon Groundsmoke
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, grassy aareas, 5000ft. Dry Lake, rare, SDEF, 1988
Ludwigia repens Forster, Creeping Water-Primrose, Creeping Primrose-willow
*Oenothera californica (S. Watson) S. Watson ssp. californica , California Evening Primrose
Oenothera deltoides
Torrey & Fremont, Devil’s Lantern, Lion-in-a-cage, Basket or Birdcage Evening Primrose
SB Co., Lone Pine Cnyn., A.W. Jacob, Aug. 8, 1938
Oenothera elata Kunth ssp. hirsutissima (S. Watson) W. Dietr., Hooker’s Evening Primrose

Orobanchaceae Broom-Rape Family
Boschniakia strobilacea A. Gray, Calilfornia Groundcone
*Orobanche bulbosa G. Beck, Chaparral Broomrape
*Orobanche californica Cham. & Schildl. ssp. feudgei (Munz) Heckard, Calilfornia Broomrape
Orobanche fasciculata Nutt., Clustered Broomrape

Oxalidaceae Oxalis Family
*Oxalis albicans Kunth ssp. californica (Abrams) Eiten, California Woodsorrel
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, sage brush and grass, < 2000 ft., SDEF, 1988
Oxalis albicans Kunth ssp. pilosa (Nutt.) Eiten, Radishroot Woodsorrel
Oxalis corniculata L., Creeping Woodsorral
Oxalis pes-caprae L., Sour Grass, Cape Oxalis, Bermuda Buttercup

Paeoniaceae Peony Familly
*Paeonia californica Torrey & A. Gray, California Peony

Papaveraceae Poppy Family
Argemone munita Durand & Hilg., Chicalote, Flatbud Prickly Poppy
*Canbya candida C. Parry, White Pygmy Poppy
Valyermo, Bob’s Gap, FGRPANF,1995
*Dendormecon rigida Benth., Bush Tree Poppy
+*Ehrendorferia chrysantha (Hook. & Arn.) Kylander, Golden Eardrops
Eschscholzia caespitosa Benth.Collarless California Poppy, Tufted Poppy
Eschscholzia californica Cham., California Poppy
Eschscholzia minutiflora S. Watson, Small-flowered Poppy, Pygmy Poppy
*Meconella denticulata E. Greene, Smallflower Fairypoppy
*Papaver californicum A. Gray, Fire Poppy, Western Poppy
Papaver hybridum L., Hybrid Poppy, Round Pricklyhead Poppy
Platystemon californicus Benth, Creamcups
*Romneya coulteri Harvey, Coulter’s Matilija Poppy
Duarte, Fish Canyon along river bottom trail; Cajon Wash, just w. of I-215, e. of Cajon Wash, s. of Kenmore Ave.

Passifloraceae Passion-Flower Family
Passiflora caerulea L., Bluecrown Passionflower,
Glendora, naturalized along Colby Trail & Hook Cnyn East

Plantaginaceae Plantain Family
Plantago erecta E. Morris, Dotseed Plantain
1997, Glendora, Big Dalton Canyon Debris Basin
Plantago lanceolata L., English Plantain, Narrowleaf Plantain
Plantago major L., Common Plantain
Plantago patagonica Jacq., Patagonia plantain, Woolly Plantain
+Plantago psyllium L., Sand Plantain

Platanaceae Sycamore Family
*Platanus racemosa Nutt., Western Sycamore, California Sycamore

Polemoniaceae Phlox Family
*Allophyllum divaricatum (Nutt.) A.D. Grant & V. Grant, Purple False Gilyflower
Allophyllum gilioides (Benth.) A.F. Grant & V. Grant, Dense False Gilyflower
Allophyllum gilioides (Benth.) A.D. Grant & V. Grant ssp. gilioides, Dense False Gilia(Gilyflower)
*Allophyllum glutinosum (Benth.) A.D. Grant & V. Grant, Sticky False-
Allophyllum integrifolium (Brand) A.D. Grant & V. Grant, White False Gilyflower
+*Eriastrum densifolium (Benth.) H. Mason ssp. densifolium, Southern Mountain Woollystar, Giant Woollystar
Eriastrum densifolium (Benth.) Mason ssp. elongatum (Benth.) H. Mason
*Eriastrum densifolium (Benth.) H. Mason ssp. sanctorum (Milliken) H. Mason (Hybrid) Santa Ana River Woollystar
Lower Cajon Wash, Devore
apparently a hybrid with E. densifollium ssp. austromantanum, stems & leaves much less woolly
Eriastrum diffusum (A. Gray) H. Mason, Miniature Woollystar
*Eriastrum sapphirinum (Eastw.) H. Mason, Sapphire Woollystar
+*Eriastrum sapphirinum (Eastw.) H. Mason ssp. sapphirinum, Saphire Woollystar
Gila achilleifolia Benth. ssp. multicaulis (Benth.) V. Grant & A.D. Grant, Many-stemmed Gilia, California Gilia
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, grassy areas, < 2000 ft., SDEF, 1988
*Gilia angelensis V. Grant, Angel’s Gilia, Chaparral Gilia
Gilia brecciarum M.E. Jones ssp. brecciarum
*Gilia brecciarum
M.E. Jones ssp. jacens(A.D. Grant & V. Grant) Day, Nevada Gilia
Gilia cana (M.E. Jones) A.A. Heller, Showy Gilia
Gilia capitata Sims, Globe Gilia, Bluehead Gilia
*Gilila capitata Sims ssp. abrotanifolia (E. Greene) V. Grant, Bluehead Gilia
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, occasional, SDEF, 1988
*Gilia latiflora (A. Gray) A. Gray, Broad-Flowered Gilia, Hollyleaf Gilia
Gilia modocensis Eastw., Modoc Gilia
*Gilia ochroleuca M.E. Jones ssp. bizonata A.D. Grant & V. Grant, Volcanic Gilia
*Gilia ochroleuca M.E. Jones ssp. vivida (A.D. Grant & V. Grant) A.D. Grant & V. Grant, Volcanic Gilia
Ipomopsis tenuifolia (A. Gray) V. Grant, Slender-Leaved Ipomopsis, Slenderleaf Skyrocket
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, grassy areas, dominant in all types after burns, SDEF, 1988
Langloisia setosissima (Torrey & A. Gray) E. Greene (Cov.) S. Timbrook, Lilac Sunbonnet, Great Basin Langloisia
+*Leptodactylon californicum Hook. & Arn. ssp. leptotrichoalum, California Prickly Phlox
+Leptosiphon aureus (Benth.) J.M. Porter & L.A. Johnson ssp. aureus, Golden Linanthus
+*Leptosiphon breviculus
(Benth.) J.M. Porter & L.A. Johnson, Mojave Linanthus
+Leptosiphon ciliatus
(Benth.) Jeps. ssp. ciliatus, Whiskerbrush
+Leptosiphon liniflorus (Benth.) J.M. Porter & L.A. Johnson, Narrowflower Flaxflower
+Leptosiphon nuttallii (A. Gray) J.M. Porter & L.A. Johnson ssp. nuttallii, Nuttall’s Linanthus
Linanthus bigelovii (A. Gray) E. Greene, Bigelow’s Linanthus
*Linanthus concinnus Miliken, San Gabriel Linanthus
*Linanthus dianthiflorus (Benth.) E. Greene, Fringed Linanthus
Linanthus dichotomus Benth., Evening Snow
*Linanthus parryae (A. Gray) E. Greene, Sandblossoms
Blue-purple flowered individuals fairly common in the Juniper Hills region
+Linanthus pungens (Torr.) J.M. Porter & L.A. Johnson, Granite Prickly Phlox
Loeseliastrum matthewsii (A. Gray) S. Timbrook, Desert Calico
Microsteris gracilis E.Greene var. gracilis, Slender Phlox
Navarretia atractyloides (Benth.) Hook & Arn., Holly-leaf Navarretia (Pincushionplant)
*Navarreita hamata E. Greene ssp. hamata, Hooked Pincushionplant
Phlox austromontana Cov., Mountain Phlox
Phlox diffusa
Benth., Spreading Phlox
+*Saltugilia grinnellii (Brand) L.A. Johnson ssp. grantii (Brand) L.A. Johnson, Grand Gilia

Polygonaceae Buckwheat Family
Centrostegia thurberi Benth., Thurber’s Spineflower, Red Triangles
Chorizanthe brevicornu Torrey, Brittle Spineflower
*Chorizanthe procumbens Nutt., Prostrate Spineflower
*Chorizanthe staticoides Benth., Turkish Rugging
Chorizanthe thurberi (Gray wx. Benth.) S. Watson
Chorizanthe watsonii
Torrey & A. Gray, Watson’s Spineflower, Fivetooth Sineflower
*Chorizanthe xanti S. Watson var. xanti, Riverside Spineflower
Eriogonum baileyi S. Watson var. baileyi, Bailey’s Buckwheat
Eriogonum brachyanthum Cov., Shortflower Buckwheat
Eriogonum cithariforme S. Wats.
*Eriogonum cithariforme
S. Wats. var. agninum (E. Greene) Reveal, Cithara Buckwheat
+*Eriogonum cithariforme S. Wats. var. cithariforme, Cithara Buckwheat
Eriogonum davidsonii E. Greene, Davidson’s Buckwheat
+*Eriogonum elongatum Benth., Longstemmed Buckwheat
Eriogonum fasciculatum Benth. var. foliolosum (Nutt.) Abrams, California Buckwheat, Eastern Mojave Buckwheat
Eriogonum fasciculatum Benth. var. polifolium (A. DC.) Torrey & A. Gray, California Buckwheat, Eastern Mojave Buckwheat
*Eriogonum gracile Benth., Slender Woolly Buckwheat
*Eriogonum gracile Benth. var. gracile, Slender Woolly Buckwheat
*Eriogonum gracile Benth. var. incultum Rev.
Eriogonum heermannii Durand & Hilg., Heerman’s Buckwheat
*Eriogonum heermannii
Durand & Hilg. ssp. heermannii, Heerman’s Buckwheat
Eriogonum maculatum A.A. Heller, Spotted Buckwheat
*Eriogonum microthecum Nutt. var. corymbosoides Rev., San Bernardino Buckwheat
*Eriogonum microthecum Nutt. var. johnstonii Rev., Johnston’s Buckwheat
Eriogonum microthecum Nutt. var. simpsonii (A. DC.) Rev., Simpson’s Buckwheat
Eriogonum nudum Benth., Naked Buckwheat
Eriogonum nudum Benth. var. pauciflorum S. Watson
Eriogonum parishii S. Watson, Parish’s Buckwheat, Mountainmist
Eriogonum plumatella Durand & Hilg., Yucca Buckwheat
Eriogonum pusillum Torrey & A. Gray, Yellowturbins
Eriogonum saxatile S. Watson, Rock Buckwheat, Hoary Buckwheat
Eriogonum thomasii Torrey, Thomas’ Buckwheat
SB Co., Lone Pine Cnyn., Carl B. Wolf, Oct. 21, 1932
Eriogonum thurberi Torrey, Thurber’s Bucksheat
Eriogonum umbellatum Torrey, Sulphurflower Buckwheat (check ssp.)
Eriogonum umbellatum Torrey var. subaridum S. Stokes, Sulphur-flower Buckwheat
*Eriogonum umbellatum
Torrey var. minus I.M. Johnston, Alpine Sulfurflower Buckwheat Eriogonum umbellatum Torrey var. munzii Rev., Munz’s Buckwheat
Eriogonum wrightii Benth., Wright’s Buckwheat, Bastard Sage
Eriogonum wrightii Benth. var. subscaposum S. Watson, Wright’s Buckwheat, Bastard Sage
*Eriogonum wrightii Benth. var. trachygonum (Benth.) Jepson, Wright’s Buckwheat, Bastard Sage
Eriogonum wrightii Benth. var. wrightii
*Oxytheca caryophylloides
C. Parry, Chickweed Oxytheca
San Bern Co., Falling Rock Cnyn. Falls, several plants; S. of Telegraph Pk., several plants
*Oxytheca parishii C. Parry, Parish’s Oxytheca
Oxytheca parishii C. Parry var. abramsii (McGregor) Munz, Abram’s Oxytheca
Oxytheca parishii C. Parry var. parishii, Parish’s Oxytheca
*Oxytheca trilobata A. Gray, Spinebract, Threelobe Oxytheca Polygonum arenastrum Boreau, Common Knotweed, Doorweed, Oval-leaf Knotweed
Polygonum argyrocoleon Kunze, Silversheath Knotweed
Polygonum douglasii E. Greene ssp. douglasii, Douglas’ Knotweed
Big Pine Meadow, R.F. Thorne, S.W. Tilforth & S. Nilson, July 2, 1972
Polygonum lapathifolium L., Willow Weed, Curlytop Knotweed
Polygonum persicaria L., Spotted Ladythumb # 2584
Sycamore Flats
Polygonum punctatum Elliott, Dotted Smartweed
Pterostegia drymarioides Fischer & C. Meyer, Woodland Pterostegia
Rumex acetosella L., Common Sheep Sorrel
Baldy Notch, R.F. Thorne & Selwyn Everist, July 31, 1971
Rumex conglomeratus Murray, Clustered Dock
Rumex crispus L., Curly Dock
Rumex obtusifolius L., Bitter Dock
*Rumex salicifolius J.A. Weinm. var. salicifolius, Willow Dock

Portulacaceae Purslane Family
*Calandrinia breweri S. Watson, Brewer’s Redmaids
Calandrinia ciliata (Ruiz Lopez & Pavon) DC., Fringed Redmaids
+Cistanthe monandrum (Nutt.) Hershkovitz, Sand Cress, Common Pussypaws
+Cistanthe monospermum (E. Greene) Hershkovitz, Oneseed Pussypaws
+Cistanthe parryi (A. Gray)Hershkovitz var. parryi, Parry’s Sand Cress or Pussypaws
Claytonia exigua Torrey A. Gray, Little or Serpentine Springbeauty
Claytonia exigua Torrey A. Gray ssp. exigua, Serpentine Springbeauty
Claytonia parviflora Hook., Narrow-Leaved Miner’s Lettuce, Streambank Springbeauty
Claytonia parviflora Hook. ssp. parviflora, Streambank Springbeauty
Claytonia parviflora Hook. ssp. viridis (Davidson) John M. Miller & Chambers, Streambank Springbeauty
Claytonia perfoliata Willd., Miner’s Lettuce, ssp.?
Claytonia perfoliata Willd. ssp. mexicana (Rydb.) John M. Miller & Chambers, Miner’s Lettuce
Claytonia perfoliata Willd. ssp. perfoliata , Miner’s Lettuce
Claytonia rubra (Howell) Tidestrom ssp. depressa (A. Gray) John M. Miller & Chambers, Redstem Springbeauty
Claytonia rubra (Howell) Tidestrom ssp. rubra, Redstem Springbeauty
Portulaca oleracea L., Common Purslane, Little Hogweed
Lewisia rediviva Pursh ssp. minor (Rydb.) Munz, Bitter Root

Primulaceae Primrose Family
Anagallis arvensis L., Poor-man’s Weatherglass, Scarlet Pimpernel
+Anagallis arvensis L. ssp. foemina (Mill.) Schinz & Thell., Pimpernel, Poorman’s Weatherglass
*Dodecatheon clevelandii E. Greene ssp. clevelandii, Padres’ Shooting Star
Dodecatheon redolens (H.M. Hall) H.J. Thompson, Scented Shooting Star
Samolus valerandi L. ssp. parviflorus (Raf.) Hulten, Water-pimpernel, Seaside Brookweed

Ranunculaceae Buttercup Family
Aquilegia formosa Fischer, Western Columbine
*Clematis lasiantha Nutt., Pipestem Clematis
Clematis ligusticifolia Nutt., Virgin’s Bower, Yerba De Chiva, Western White Clematis
*Clematis pauciflora Nutt., Ropevine Clematis
*Delphinium cardinale Hook., Cardinal or Scarlet Larkspur
Delphinium glaucum S. Watson, Mountain or Sierra Larkspur
Delphinium parishii A. Gray, Pariksh’s Larkspur ssp. parishii, Parish’s Larkspur
*Delphinium parryi A. Gray ssp. parryi, Parry’s Larkspur,San Bernardino Larkspur
*Delphinium patens Benth. ssp. hepaticoideum Ewan, Spreading Larkspur, Zigzag Larkspur
Delphinium patens Benth ssp. montanum (Munz) Ewan
Ranunculus californicus Benth., California Buttoncup
L.A. Co., San Dimas, only on W. side of Johnstone Peak
Ranunculus cymbalaria Pursh var. saximontanus Fern., Rocky Mountain buttercup, Alkali Buttercup
Thalictrum fendleri A. Gray, Fendller’s Meadowrue
Thalictrum fendleri A. Gray var. polycarpum Torrey, Fendler’s Meadowrue

Rhamnaceae Buckthorn Family
Ceanothus cordulatus Kellogg, Mountain Whitethorn, Whitethorn Ceanothus
*Ceanothus crassifolius Torrey, Hoaryleaf Ceanothus
Ceanothus cuneatus (Hook.) Nutt., Buckbrush
Ceanothus greggii A. Gray var. vestitus (E. Greene) McMinn, Mojave Ceanothus
Ceanothus integerrimus Hook. & Arn., Deerbrush
*Ceanothus leucodermis E. Greene, Chaparral Whitethorn
+*Ceanothus sorediatus Hook. & Arn., Jimbrush ?
+*Frangula californica(Eschsch.) A. Gratz ssp. tomentella (Benth.) kartesz & Gandhi Hoary Coffeeberry, California Buckthorn
Rhamnus califronica Eschsch., California Coffeeberry (Buckthorn)
Rhamnus californica Eschsch. ssp. californica, California Coffeeberry (Buckthorn)
Rhamnus crocea Nutt., Spiny Redberry, Redberry Buckthorn
Rhamnus ilicifolia Kellogg, Hollyleaf Redberry

Rosaceae Rose Family
Adenostoma fasciculatum Hook. & Arn., Chamise
Amelanchier pallida E. Greene, Pallid or Pale Serviceberry
Amelanchier utahensis Koehne, Utah Serviceberry
+Aphanes arvensis L., Western Lady’s Mantle, Field Parsley, Piert
Cercocarpus ledifolius Nutt., Curl-leaf Mountain Mahogany
+Cercocarpus montanus Raf. var. glaber (S. Watson) F. L. Martin, Birch-leaf Mountain Mahogany
Cotoneaster lacteus W. W. Sm., Cotoneaster
Duchesnea indica (Andrews) Focke, Mock or Indian Strawberry
*Heteromeles arbutifolia (Lindley) Roemer, Toyon, Christmas Berry
+*Holodiscus discolor (Pursh) Maxim., Oceanspray (merged with H. microphyllus)
*Horkelia rydbergii Elmer, Rydberg’s Horkelia
Malus sylvestris Miller, Apple, European Crab Apple
Potentilla biennis E. Greene, Biennial Cinquefoil
Potentilla glandulosa Lindley, Sticky Cinquefoil
*Potentilla glandulosa Lindley ssp. ewani Keck, Ewan’s Cinquefoil
L.A. Co., Mt. Islip area, seeps at about 6500-7500 ft., Yellow Pine Forest, June, FGRPANF, 1995
Potentilla glandulosa Lindley ssp. glandulosa, Sticky Cinquefoil
Potentilla glandulosa Lindley ssp. nevadensis (S. Watson) Keck, Nevada Cinquefoil
Potentilla glandulosa Lindley ssp. reflexa (E. Greene) Keck, Sticky Cinquefoil
Potentilla gracilis Hook., Slender Cinquifoil
Potentilla gracilis Hook. var. fastigiata (Nutt.) S. Watson, Slender Cinquifoil
Prunus emarginata (Hook.) D. Dietr., Bitter Cherry
Prunus fasciculata (Torrey) A. Gray var. fasciculata, Desert Almond
*Prunus ilicifolia (Nutt.) D. Dietr., Hollyleaf Cherry
Prunus mahaleb L., Mahaleb Cherry
Prunus virginiana L. var. demissa (Nutt.) Torrey, Western Choke-cherry
+Purshia glandulosa Curran, Desert Bitterbrush
Rosa californica Cham. & Schldl., California Wild Rose
Rosa gymnocarpa Nutt , Wood Rose, Dwarf Rose ?
Glendora, Big Dalton Canyon,
Tim Ross uncertain of designation due to position of spines in axils, all other characteristics match
Rosa woodsii Lindley var. ultramontana (S. Watson) Jepson, Interior Rose, Wood’s Rose
+Rubus armeniacus Focke, Himalayan Blackberry
Rubus leucodermis Torrey & A. Gray, Blackcap Raspberry, Whitebark Raspberry
Rubus parviflorus Nutt., Thimbleberry
San Bern. Co.: Middle Fork, Lytle Creek (Commanche Campground); Lower Flume Canyon, Coldwater Canyon ( W. Fork)
Rubus ursinus Cham. & Schldl., California Blackberry
+Sanguisorba minor Scop. ssp. balearica (Bourg. ex Nyman) M. Gorm. & C. Navarro, Garden Burnet

Rubiaceae Bedstraw Family
*Galium angustifolium Nutt., Narrowleaved Bedstraw
*Galium angustifolium Nutt. ssp. angustifolium, Narrow-leaved Bedstraw
*Galium angustifolium Nutt. ssp. gabrielense (Munz & I.M. Johnston) Dempster & Stebb., San Antonio Canyon Bedstraw
*Galium angustifolium Nutt. ssp. nudicaule Dempster & Stebb.
Galium aparine L., Goose Grass, Stickywilly
*Galium californicum (Hook. & Arn. ssp. flaccidum (E. Greene) Dempster & Stebb., California Bedstraw
n.w. extension of Rincon-Red Box Rd. & Rd. to Pine Mt., Valerie Soza, et. al, June 28, 2000
*Galium grande McClatchie, San Gabriel Bedstraw
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, common in oak woodland, burns, SDEF, 1988
*Galium hallii Munz & I.M. Johnston, Nodding Bedstraw, Hall’s Bedstraw
*Galium jepsonii Hilend & Howell, Jepson’s Bedstraw
7000-8000 ft., upper Montane Coniferous Forest FGRPANF, 1995
*Gallium johnstonii Dempster & Stebb, Johnston’s Bedstraw
*Galium nuttallii A. Gray, San Diego Bedstraw, Climbing Bedstraw
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, Abundant in chamise chaparral
Galium parishii Hilend & J. Howell, Parish’s Bedstraw
Galium parisiense L., Wall Bedstraw
Galium porrigens Dempster, Climbing Bedstraw
Galium porrigens Dempster var. porrigens, Graceful Bedstraw
Sherardia arvensis
L., Blue Fieldmadder
L.A. Co., San Dimas, Tanbark Flats, weed, SDEF, 1988

Rutaceae Rue Family
Ruta chalepensis L.,Fringed Rue

Salicaceae Willow Family
Populus balsamifera L. spp. trichocarpa (Torrey & A. Gray), Brayshaw, Black Cottonwood
Populus fremontii S. Watson ssp. fremontii, Alamo or Fremont Cottonwood
Populus tremuloides Michaux, Quaking Aspen
Specimens delivered to UCR, Apr., 2008, collected Aug 2001, 1.5 mi. S. by SW. of Dawson Saddle; Jnct. of S Fork - Big Rock Creek and Hwy 2, 100 m E. of Hwy. 2 in cnyn bottom; 1 plant less than 3 ft. high, largest stem previously clipped, perhaps being monitored
Salix exigua Nutt., Slender Sandbar Willow, Narrowleaf Willow
Sallix gooddingii C. Ball, Goodding’s (Black) Willow
Salix laevigata Bebb, Red Willow
Salix lasiolepis Benth., Arroyo Willow
Salix lucida Muhlenb. ssp. lasiandra (Benth.) E. Murray, Pacific Willow
Salix scouleriana Hook., Scouler’s Willow

Sapindaceae Soapberry Family
Koelreutaria bipinnata Franchet
Naturalized in Marshall Cnyn., Claremont

Saxifragaceae Saxifrage Family
*Boykinia rotundifolia C. Parry, Round-leaved Boykinia, Roundleaf Brookfoam
*Heuchera abramsii Rydb., Abrams’ or San Gabriel Alumroot
*Heuchera elegans Abrams, Urn-flowered Alumroot
Lithophragma affine A. Gray
*Lithophragma bolanderi A. Gray, Bolander’s Woodlandl-star
Lithophragma heterophyllum (Hook. & Arn.) Torrey & A. Gray, Hillside Woodland-star
Lithophragma tenellum Nutt., Slender Woodland Star
*Parnassia cirrata Piper, San Bernardino Grass of Parnassus
Saxifraga californica E. Greene, Chaparral Saxifrage
oak chaparral, woodlands, shady places, SDEF, 1988

Scrophulariaceae Snapdragon Family
+*Antirrhinum coulterianum (Benth.) D.A. Sutton, Coulter’s Snapdragon
*Castilleja affinis Hook. & Arn. ssp. affinis Coast Indian Paintbrush
Castilleja angustifolia (Nutt.) G. Don, Desert or Northwestern Indian Paint-brush
Table Mt. (East Peak)
Castilleja applegatei
Fern., Wavyleaf Indian Paintbrush
Castilleja applegatei Fern. ssp. martinii (Abrams) Chuang & Heckard, Martin’s Paintbrush, Waivyleaf Indian Paintbrush
Castilleja exserta (A.A. Heller) Chuang & Heckard ssp. exserta, Purple Owl’s-Clover, Exserted Indian Paintbrush
*Castilleja foliolosa Hook. & Arn., Woolly Indian Paintbrush
Castilleja miniata Dougl. ex Hook., Scarlet Paintbrush, Giant Red Indian Paintbrush
Castilleja miniata Hook. ssp. miniata, Giant Red Paintbrush
Castilleja minor (A. Gray) A. Gray ssp. spiralis (Jepson) Chuang & Heckard, Lesser Indian Paintbrush
*Castilleja plagiotoma A. Gray, Mojave Indian Paintbrush
*Castilleja subinclusa E. Greene, ssp. subinclusa, Longleaf Indian Paintbrush
*Collinsia bartsiifolia Benth., White Collinsia, White Blue Eyed Mary
Collinsia callosa Parish, Desert mountain Blue Eyed Mary
*Collinsia childii A. Gray, Child’s Collinsia or Blue Eyed Mary
*Collinsia concolor E. Greene, (Southern) Chinese Houses
Collinsia heterophylla Buist ex Grahm, Purple Chinese Houses
Collinsia heterophylla Buist ex Grahm var. austromantana (Newsom) Munz, Purple Chinese Houses #2497
Collinsia parryi A. Gray, Parry’s Collinsia or Blue Eyed Mary
Collinsia parviflora Lindley, Maiden Blue Eyed Mary
Collinsia torreyi A. Gray, Torrey’s Blue Eyed Mary ( check ssp.)
Collinsia torreyi A. Gray var. wrightii (S. Watson) I.M. Johnston, Wright’s Collinsia or Blue eyed Mary
Cordylanthus nevinii A. Gray, Nevin’s Bird’s Beak
*Cordylanthus rigidus (Benth.) Jepson ssp. rigidus, Rigid Bird’s Beak
Cordylanthus rigidus (Benth.) Jepson ssp. setigerus Chuang & Heckard
+Diplacus aurantiacus (W. Curtis) Jeps. ssp. aurantiacus, Orange Bush Monkeyflower
+*Diplacus calycinus Eastw., Kaweah River Bush Monkeyflower
+*Diplacus rutilis (A.L. Grant) McMinn, Santa Susana Bush Monkeyflower
Keckiella breviflora (Lindley) Straw, Gaping Keckiella
*Keckiella cordifolia (Benth.) Straw, Heartleaf Keckiella
*Keckiella ternata (Torrey) Straw var. ternata, Whorledleaf Keckiela, Scarlet Keckiella
Limosella acaulis Sesse & Mocino, Owyhee Mudwort
Mimulus bigelovii (A. Gray) A. Gray, Bigelow’s Monkeyflower
Mimulus bolanderi A. Gray, Bolander’s Monkeyflower
L.A. Co., San Dimas, Fern Cnyn # 1, burn, SDEF, 1988
*Mimulus brevipes Benth., Wide-throated Yellow Monkeyflower
Mimulus cardinalis Benth., Scarlet Monkeyflower
Mimulus floribundus Lindley, Floriferous or Manyflowered Monkeyflower
*Mimulus fremontii (Benth.) A. Gray, Fremont’s Monkeyflower
Mimulus guttatus DC., Common Monkeyflower, Seep Monkeyflower
*Mimulus johnstonii A.L. Grant, Johnston’s Monkeyflower
Mimulus moschatus Lindley, Musk Monkeyflower, Muskflower
*Mimulus palmeri Gray, Palmer’s Monkeyflower
Mimulus parishii E. Greene, Parish’s Monkeyflower
+Mimetanthe pilosa (Benth.) Greene, False Monkeyflower
Mimulus rubellus A. Gray, Little Redstem Monkeyflower?
Mimulus suksdorfii A. Gray, Suksdorf’s Monkeyflower
+*Neogaerrhinum strictum (Hook. & Arn.) Rothm., Kellogg Snapdragon
+Nuttallanthus texanus (Scheele) D.A. Sutton, Blue Toadflax, Texas Toadflax
Pedicularis densiflora
Hook. , Indian Warrior
Pedicularis semibarbata A. Gray, Pine Woods Lousewort
*Penstemon centranthifolius (Benth.) Benth., Scarlet Bugler
Penstemon centranthifolius X P. spectabilis var. spectabilis, Hybrid Penstemon
Penstemon eatoni A. Gray, Eaton Firecracker Penstemon
*Penstemon grinnellii Eastw., Grinnell’s Beardtongue ( check ssp.)
*Penstemon grinnellii Eastw. var. grinnellii, Grinnell’s Beardtongue
*Penstemon heterophyllus Lindley var. australlis (Munz & I.M. Johnston) D. D. Keck, Foothill Beardtongue
*Penstemon heterophyllus Lindley var. heterophyllus, Foothill Beardtongue, Bunchleaf Penstemon
*Penstemon labrosus (A. Gray) Hook.f., San Gabriel Beardtongue
Penstemon rostriflorus Kellogg, Beaked Penstemon, Bridge’s Penstemon
Penstemon speciosus Lindley, Showy or Royal Penstemon
*Penstemon spectabilis Thurber var. spectabilis, Showy Penstemon
*Penstemon spectabilis Thurber var. subviscosus (Keck) McMinn, Showy Penstemon
+*Sairocarpus multiflorus (Pennell) D.A. Sutton, Chaparral Snapdragon, Sierra Snapdragon
*Scrophularia californica Cham. & Schldl., California Figwort
Verbascum blattaria L., Moth Mullein
Verbascum thapsus L., Woolly or CommonMullein
Verbascum virgatum Stokes, Wand Mulllein
Veronica anagallis-aquatica L., Water Speedwell
Veronica arvensis L., Corn Speedwell

Simaroubaceae Quassia or Simarouba Family
Ailanthus altissima (Miller) Swingle, Tree of Heaven

Solanaceae Nightshade Family
Datura stramonium L., Jimson Weed
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, disturbed places, SDEF, 1988
Datura wrightii Regel, Sacred Thorn-apple
Lycium andersonii A. Gray, Water Jacket
Lycium cooperi A. Gray, Cooper’s Box-thorn, Peach Thorn
Nicotiana attenuata Torrey, Coyote Tobacco
Nicotiana glauca Graham, Tree Tobacco
Petunia parviflora (Juss) D’Arch, Seaside Petunia
L.C. Wheeler ?
Physalis philadelplhica Lam., Tomatillo, Mexican Groundcherry
Solanum americanum Miller, American Black Nightshade
Lost Lake, R.F. Thorne & John Pourlers?, Oct. 10, 1967
Solanum douglasii Dunal, White Nightshade, Greenspot Nightshade
+Solanum physalifolium Rusby, Hoe Nightshade
Lone Pine Valley, Clyde Ranch, L.C. Wheeler, Oct. 14, 1967
Solanum umbelliferum Eschsch., Bluewitch Nightshade
Solanum Xanti A. Gray, Purple Nightshade, Chaparral Nightshade
ssp. not yet determined

Sterculiaceae Cacao Family
*Fremontodendron californicum (Torrey) Cov. ssp. californicum , California Fremontia or Flannelbush

Styracaceae Storax Family
+*Styrax redivivus (Torrey) L.C. Wheeler, California Snowdrop Bush, Drug Snowbell

Tamaricaceae Tamarisk Family
Tamarix ramosissima Ledeb., Saltcedar

Ulmaceae Elm Family
*Celtis australis L., European Hackberry
Ulmus pumila L., Siberian Elm

Urticaceae Nettle Family
Parietaria hespera B.D. Hinton var. hespera, Rellita Pellitory
Urtica dioica L. ssp. holosericea (Nutt.) Thorne, Hoary or Stinging Nettle
Urtica urens L., Dwarf Nettle

Valerianaceae Valerian Family
Centranthus ruber (L.) DC., Red Valerian
Plectritis ciliosa (E. Greene) Jepson ssp. insignis (Suksk.) D. Morey, Longspur Seablush
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, stream woodland, occasional, SDEF, 1988

Verbenaceae Vervain Family
+Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Troncoso, South American Mock Vervain
Glendora, Big Dalton & Little Dalton Cnyn. Debris Basins, 1 plant each
Lantana montevidensis (Sprengel) Briq., Lantana, Trailing Shrubverbena
Glendora, Hook Cnyn.
Verbena lasiostachys Link var. lasiostachys, Western Vervain
Verbena lasiostachys Link var. scabrida Mold.
Verbena menthifolia Benth., Mint-leaved Verbena, Mint Vervain

Violaceae Violet Family
Viola macloskeyi F. Lloyd, Sweet Violet, Small White Violet
s.w. of Ice House Saddle, Kelly’s Cabin, P.A. Munz, July 18, 1922, elev. 8100 ft.
*Viola pedunculata Torrey & A. Gray, Johnny-jump-up
*Viola pinetorum E. Greene ssp.pinetorum, Goosefoot Yellow Violet
Viola purpurea Kellogg, Goosefoot Violet
Viola purpurea Kellogg ssp. mohavensis (M. Baker & J. Clausen) J. Clausen, Goosefoot Violet
Viola sheltonii Torrey, Shelton’s Violet
L.A. Co: San Dimas, upper Fern Cnyn., S. Fork

Viscaceae Mistletoe Family
Arceuthobium californicum Hawksw. Y Wiens, Sugar-Pine Dwarf Mistletoe
Arceuthobium campylopodum Engelm., Western Dwarf Mistletoe
Arceuthobium divaricatum Engelm., Pinyon Dwarf Mistletoe
Phoradendron densum Trel., Libocedrus Mistletoe, Dense Mistletoe
Phoradendron libocedri (Engelm.) Howell, Incense-cedar Milstltoe
Phoradendron macrophyllum (Engelm.) Cockerell, Big Leaf Mistletoe, Colorado Desert Mistletoe
Phoradendron pauciflorum Torrey, Fir Mistletoe
Phoradendron villosum (Nutt.) Nutt., Oak Mistletoe, Pacific Mistletoe

Vitaceae Grape Family
*Vitis girdiana Munson, Desert Wild Grape

Zygophyllaceae Caltrop Family
Larrea tridentata (DC.) Cov., Creosote Bush
Tribulus terrestris L., Caltrop, Puncture Vine


Alismataceae Water-Plantain Family
Alisma plantago-aquatica L., European Water-Plantain

Arecaceae Palm Family
Phoenix canariensis Chabaud, Canary Island Date Palm
Washingtonia filifera (L. Linden) H.A. Wendl., California Fan Palm
Washingtonia robusta H. Wendl., Mexican Fan Palm, Washington Fan Palm
Not listed as naturalized by Jepson.

Commelinaceae Spiderwort Family
Commelina benghalensis L., Dayflower, Jio
Azusa, mouth of San Gabriel River, moist soil along stream

Cyperaceae Sedge Family
Carex alma L. Bailey, Sturdy Sedge
Carex athrostachya Olney, Slenderbeak Sedge
Carex aurea Nutt., Golden Sedge
Carex barbarae Dewey, Santa Barbara Sedge
Carex bolanderi Olney, Bolander’s Sedge
Carex densa (L. Bailey) L. Bailey, Dense Sedge
N. Fork of San Gabriel River, F.R. Fosberg, Aug.,13,1931
Carex diandra Schrank, Lesser Panicled Sedge
Carex douglasii Boott, Douglas” Sedge
Carex dudleyi Mack., Dudley’s Sedge
Carex echinata Murray, Bristle-Fruit Sedge, Star Sedge
Carex fracta Mackenzie, Fragile Sheath Sedge
*Carex globosa Boott, Roundfruit Sedge
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, openings in oak woodland, SDEF, 1988
Carex hassei L. Bailey, Salt Sedge
San Antonio Cnyn., N. Fork, I.M. Johnston, July 28, 1917
+Carex lasiocarpa Ehrh. var. americana Fernald, American Woollyfruit Sedge
+Carex leptopoda Mackenzie, Taperfruit Shortscale Sedge
Carex multicaulis
L. Bailey, Forest Sedge, Manystem Sedge
Carex multicosta Mackenzie, Manyrib Sedge
Mt. San Antonio, 1916
Carex nebrascensis Dewey, Nebraska Sedge
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, stream woodland, SDEF, 1988
Carex occidentalis L.H. Bailey, Western Sedge
San Antonio Falls, Peter Fritsch & T.S. Ross, July 12, 1990, elev. 6424-7400 ft.
Carex pellita Muhl ex Willd., Woolly Sedge
Carex praegracilis W. Boott, Clustered Field Sedge
Carex rossii Boott, Ross’ Sedge
*Carex schottii Dewey, Schott’s Sedge
Carex spissa L.H. Bailey, San Diego Sedge
Mouth of San Gabriel Cnyn. at spring
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, stream woodland, SDEF, 1988
Carex subfusca W. Boott., Rusty Slender Sedge, Brown Sedge
*Carex triquetra Boott, Triangular Sedge
L.A. Co., San Dimas Experimental Forest, SDEF, 1988
Cyperus alternifolius L. Umbrella Plant
Cyperus difformis L., Variable Flatsedge
Cyperus eragrostis Lam., Umbrella Sedge, Tall Flatsedge
Cyperus erythrorhizos Muhlenb., Redroot Flatsedge
Cyperus involucratus Rottb., Umbrella Plant
Cyperus niger Ruiz Lopez & Pavon, Black Flatsedge
Cyperus odoratus L. Fragrent Flatsedge
Eleocharis acicularis (L.) Roemer & Schultes var. acicularis, Needle Spikerush
Eleocharis macrostachya Britton, Pale Spikerush
Glendora, Little Dalton Cnyn.
Eleocharis montevidensis Kunth, Sand Spikerush
Eleocharis parishii Britton, Parish’s Spikerush
Eleocharis radicans (Poiret) Kunth, Rooted Spikerush
Eleocharis rostellata (Torrey) Torrey, Beaked Spikerush
Eleocharis suksdorfiana Beauverd , Suksdorf’s Spikerush
Isolepis cernua (Vahl) Roem. & Schult., Low Bulrush
Schoenoplectus acutus (Muhl. ex Bigelow) A. Love & D. Love var. acutus, Hardstem Bulrush
Schoenoplectus acutus (Muhl. ex Bigelow) A. Love & D. Love var. occidentalis (S. Watson) S.G. Sm., (Common) Tule
Schoenoplectus americanus (Pers.) Volkart ex Schinz & R. Keller, American Tule, Chainmaker’s Bulrush
+Schoenoplectus maritimus(L.) Lye, Cosmopolitan Bulrush
+Schoenoplectus maritimus (L.) Lye, ssp. paladosus (A. Nels.) Koyoma, Cosmopolitan Bulrush
Schoenoplectus pungens (Vahl) Palla var. longispicatus (Britt.) S.G. Sm., Common Threesquare
*Schoenoplectus pungens (Vahl) Palla var. pungens, Common Threesquare
*Schoenoplectus robustus (Pursh) M.T. Strong, Big Bulrush, Sturdy Bulrush
Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani (C. Gmelin) Palla, Softstem Bulrush # 3142

Schoenus nigricans L., Black Sedge or Bogrush
Clyde Ranch in Lone Pine Canyon, San Bern. Co., specemans also collected here by Robert Thorne; in Lone Pine Canyon at 1.0 mi. w. of Lost Lake by Louis Cutter Wheeler in 19__, also collected by author in Nov. 2008.
Scirpus microcarpus C. Presl, Mountain Bog Bulrush, Panicled Bulrush

Iridaceae Iris Family
Iris hartwegii Baker ssp.australis (Parish) L. Lenz, Southern Hartweg’s Iris, Rainbow Iris
San Savine Flats, San Bern. Co.
Iris pseudacorus L., Water Iris, Paleyellow Iris
Sisyrinchium bellum S. Watson, Western Blue-eyed Grass
Sisyrinchium idahoense E. Bickn., Idaho Blue-eyed Grass

Juncaceae Rush Family
+Juncus arcticus Willd. ssp. littoralis (Engelm.) Hulten, Wire Rush, Mountain Rush
Juncus bufonius L., Toad Rush
Juncus bufonius L. var. bufonius, Toad Rush
Juncus bufonius L. var. occidentalis F.J. Herm.
*Juncus dubius Engelm., Mariposa Rush, Questioinable Rush
*Juncus duranii Ewan, Duran’s Rush
Juncus effusus L. var. austrocalifornicus (check status)
Juncus effusus
L. var. pacificus Fern. & Wieg., Pacific Rush
Juncus ensifolius Wikstrom, Three-Stamened Rush, Swordleaf Rush
Juncus longistylis Torrey, Longstyle Rush
Juncus macrophyllus Cov., Longleaf Rush
Juncus mexicanus Willd., Mexican Rush
Juncus occidentalis Wiegand, Western Rush
Juncus oxymeris
Engelm., Pointed Rush
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, stream woodland, SDEF, 1988
*Juncus rugulosus Engelm., Wrinkled Rush
Juncus saximontanus Nelson, Rocky Mountain Rush
*Juncus textilis Buchenau, Basket Rush
Juncus torreyi Coville, Torrey’s Rush
Juncus xiphioides E. Meyer, Irisleaf Rush
Luzula comosa E. Meyer, Hairy Woodrush, Pacific Woodrush
San Saveine Flats, R.F. Thorne, June 5, 1971, elev. 5500 ft.

Lemnaceae Duckweed Family
Lemna minor L., Common Duckweed # 3264
+Lemna minuta Kunth, Least Duckweed

Liliaceae Lily Family
*Allium burlewii Davidson, Burlew’s Onion
*Allium fimbriatum S. Watson, Fringed Onion
*Allium haematochiton S. Watson, Redskin Onion
*Allium monticola Davidson, San Bernardino Mountain Onion
Allium peninsulare Lemmon, Peninsular Onion, Mexicalli Onion
Reported from Upper East Fork of San Dimas Canyon, SDEF, 1988
Allium vineale L., Vineyard Onion, Wild Garlic
L.A. Co., Glendora, E. end of South Hills, disturbed area, none observed in spring 2005, recent development in area.
*Bloomeria crocea (Torrey) Cov., Common Goldenstar
*Brodiaea filifolia S. Watson, Thread-Leaved (Threadleaf) Brodiaea
Brodiaea terrestris Kellogg ssp. kernensis (Hoover) T. Niehaus, Kern Brodiaea
Reported as rare, grassy areas velow 2000 ft. in San Dimas Experimental Forest, 1930’s - 1950’s, SDEF, 1988
*Calochortus albus Dougl. ex Benth., White Fairy-lantern
*Calochortus catalinae S. Watson, Santa Catalina Mariposa Lily
*Calochortus clavatus S. Watson var. gracilis F. Ownbey, Slender Mariposa Lily
Reported as rare in the San Dimas Experimental Forest,1988
Calochortus invenustus E. Greene, Plain Mariposa Lily
Calochortus kennedyi Porter var. kennedyi, Desert Mariposa Lily
*Calochortus palmeri S. Watson , Palmer’s Mariposa Lily (check ssp.)
*Calochortus palmeri S. Watson var. plameri, Palmer’s Mariposa Lily
*Calochortus plummerae E. Greene, Plummer’s Mariposa Lily
*Calochortus splendens Benth., Splendid Mariposa Lily
Chlorogalum pomeridianum (DC.) Kunth var. pomeridianum, Soaproot, Wavyleaf Soaplant
Dichelostema capitatum (Benth.) Alph Wood, Blue Dicks (check ssp.)
Dichelostemma capitatum Alph Wood ssp. capitatum Wood, Blue Dicks
*Fritillaria biflora Lindley, Mission Bells, Chocolate Lily
One plant in W. Glendora Foothills, 1969. Reported as common in grassland below 2000 ft. in San Dimas Experimental Forest, 1930’s - 1950’s, SDEF, 1988
Fritillaria pinetorum A. Davids, Pinewoods or Missionbell Fritillary
+Hesperoyucca whipplei Torrey, Chaparral Yucca
*Lilium humboldtii Roezl & Leichtlin ssp. ocellatum (Kellogg) Thorne, Ocellated Lily, Humboldt Lily
Lilium parryi S. Watson, Lemon Lily
+Maianthemum stellata (L.) Link, Little False Solomon’s-seal, Starry False Lily of the Valley
Muilla coronata
Greene, Crowned Muilla
*Muilla maritima (Torrey) S. Watson, Common Muilla, Sea Muilla
Veratrum californicum Durand var. californicum, California False Hellebore
Yucca brevifolia Engelm., Joshua Tree
*Zigadenus brevibracteatus (M.E. Jones) H.M. Hall, Desert Deathcamas
Holcomb Ridge, Bob’s Gap, L.A. Co.
Zigadenus fremontii (Torrey) S. Watson, Fremont’s Deathcamas
Glendora, Upper Pine & Pavil Canyons, South Hills

Orchidaceae Orchid Family
Corallorhiza maculata Raf., Spotted or Summer Coralroot
Epipactis gigantea Hook., Stream Orchid
Piperia sp. # 6640
Piperia elegans (Lindley) Rydb., Coast Piperia, Green Rein Orchid, Elegant Piperia
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, woodlands, occasional, SDEF, 1988
Piperia unalascensis (Sprengel) Rydb., Slender-spine Orchid
*Platanthera dilata (Parsh) Lindl. ex Beck var. leucostachys (Lindl.) Luer, White-flowered Bog Orchid, Sierra Bog Orchid
Platanthera sparsiflora (S. Watson) Schltr., Green Reign Orchid, Sparseflowered Bog Orchid

Poaceae Grass Family
*Achnatherum coronatum (Thurber) Barkworth, Giant Needlegrass or Ricegrass
Achnatherum coronatum X A. speciosa Trin. & Rupr. ?, Hybrid Needlegrass
Achnatherum hymenoides (Roemer & Schultes) Barkworth, Indian Ricegrass
Achnatherum occidentalie (Thurber) Barkworth ssp. californicum (Merr. & Barth Davy) Barkworth, California Needlegrass
*Achnatherum occidentale (Thurber) Barkworth ssp. occidentalis, Western Needlegrass
Achnatherum parishii (Vasey) Barkworth, Parish’s Needlegrass
Achnatherum speciosum (Trin. & Rupr.) Barkworth, Desert Needlegrass
Achnatherum thurberianaus (Piper) Barkworth, Thurber’s Needlegrass ?
Agropyron desertorum (Fischer) Schultes, Desert (Crested) Wheatgrass
Agrostis exarata Trin., Spike Bentgrass
Agrostis gigantea Roth, Giant Bentgrass, Redtop
Agrostis idahoensis Nash, Idaho Bentgrass
Agrostis scabra
Wild., Rough Bentgrass
Agrostis stolonifera L., Creeping Bentgrass
Alopecurus pratensis L., Meadow Foxtail
Andropogon glomeratus (Walter) Britton, Sterns, & Pogg. var. scabriglumis C.S. Campbell, Southwestern Bushy Bluestem or Roughglume
Cajon Wash S. of junction of Lone Pine Canyon Rd. and Hwy. 395
Aristida adscensionis L., Sixweeks Threeawn
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, dry open places, < 3500 ft., SDEF, 1998
Aristida purpurea Nutt. var. parishii (A. Hitchc.) K.W. Allred, Parish’s Threeawn
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, dry openings, chamise, SDEF, 1988
Arundo donax L., Giant Reed
Avena barbata Link, Slender (Wild) Oat
Avena fatua L., Wild Oat
Bothriochloa barbinodis (Lagasca) Herter, Cane Bluestem
Bromus arenarius Labill.
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, weed, disturbed areas, SDEF, 1988
Bromus arvensis L., Field Brome
+Bromus berteroanus Colla,, Chelean Chess
Bromus carinatus Hook. & Arn. var. carinatus, California Brome
Bromus diandrus Roth, Ripgut or Brome Grass
*Bromus grandis (Shear) A. Hitch., Tall Brome
Bromus hallii (Hitch.) Sarela & P.M. Peterson (what is current taxa)
Bromus hordeaceus L., Soft Chess or Brome
Bromus inermis Leyss., Smooth Brome
Bromus madritensis L. ssp. rubens (L.) Husnot, Foxtail Chess, Red Brome
Bromus orcuttianus
Vasey, Orcutt’s Brome
Bromus sterilis L., Poverty Brome ?
Bromus tectorum L., Downy Brome, Cheat Grass
+Cenchrus spinifax Cav., Coast Sandbur
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, weed, SDEF, 1988
Chloris virgata Sw., Feather Finger Grass
+Cortaderia jubata (Lem.) Stapf, Andes Grass, Jubata Grass, Purple Pampas Grass
Cortaderia selloana (Schultes) Asch. & Graebner, Uruguayan Pampas Grass
Crypsis schoenoides (L.) Lam., Swamp Pricklegrass
Glendora, Big Dalton Cnyn. Debris Basin
Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers., Bermuda Grass
Dactylis glomerata L., Orchard-grass
Digitaria sanguinalis (L.) Scop., Hairy Crabgrass
Distichlis spicata (L.) E. Greene, Saltgrass
Echinochloa crus-galli (L.) P. Beauv., Barnyard Grass
Ehrharta calycina Smith, Perrenial Veldtgrass
Elymus elymoides (Raf.) Swezey, Squirreltail
Elymus elymoides (Raf.) Swezey ssp. californicus (J.G. Smith) Barkworth, (California) Squirreltail
Elymus elymoides (Far.) Swezey ssp. elymoides, Squirreltail
Elymus glaucus Buckley, Blue Wildrye
Elymus glaucus Buckley ssp. glaucus, Blue Wildrye
Elymus glaucus Buckley ssp. jepsonii (Burtt Davy) Gould, Jepson’s Blue Wildrye
Elymus glaucus Buckley ssp. virescens (Piper) Gould, Blue Wildrye
Elymus lanceolatus (Scribner & J.G. Smith) Gould ssp. lanceolatus, Thickspike Wheatgrass *Elymus stebbinsii Gould, Parish Wheatgrass
Elymus trachycaulus (Link) Shinn., Slender Wheatgrass
Elymus trachycaulus (Link) Shinn. ssp. subsecundus (Link) A. Love & D. Love, Slender Wheatgrass
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, abundant throughout, SDEF, 1988
Elymus trachycaulus (Link) Shinn. ssp. trachycaulus, Slender Wheatgrass
+Eragrostis curvula (Schrader) Nees , Weeping Lovegrass
Glendora,Big Dalton Percolation Basin
Eragrostis lehmanniana Nees, Lehmann Lovegrass
Mouth of San Gabriel Cnyn., n. of I-210 Frwy., A.C. Sanders
Festuca rubra L., Red Fescue
+Gastridium phleoides (Nees & Meyer) C.E. Hubbard, Nit Grass
Holcus lanatus L., Common Velvetgrass
L.A. Co.: Glendora, Big Dalton Canyon Dam;
San Dimas Exp. Forest, weed, SDEF
Hordeum jubatum L., Foxtail Barley
Hordeum murinum L. ssp. leporinum (Link) Arcang., Hare Barley
Hordeum vulgare L., Common Barley
Koeleria macrantha (Ledeb.) J.A. Shultes, Prairie Junegrass
Lamarckia aurea (L.) Moinch, Goldentop Grass
+Leptochloa fusca (L.) Kunth ssp. uninervia (J. Presl) N. Snow, Mexican Sprangleltop
Leymus condensatus (C. Presl) A. Love, Giant Wildrye
+Leymus triticoides (Buckl.) Pilg., Beardless Wildrye
Lolium perenne L., Perennial Ryegrass
+Lolium perenne L. ssp. multiflorum (Lam.) Husnot, Italian Ryegrass
Melica californica Scribner, California Melicgrass
Melica imperfecta Trin., Coast-range Melic, Smallflower Melicgrass
Melica imperfecta X M. stricta, Hybrid Melicgrass
Melica stricta Bolander, Rock Melicgrass
+Melinis repens (Wild.) Zizka, Natal Grass
Muhlenbergia andina (Nutt.) A.S. Hitchc., Foxtail Muhly
Muhlenbergia asperifolia (Nees & Meyer) L. Parodi, Scratchgrass
*Muhlenbergia californica Vasey, Calilfornia Muhly
Muhlenbergia microsperma (DC.) Kunth, Littleseed Muhly
Muhlenbergia richardsonis (Trin.) Rydb., Mat Muhly
Muhlenbergia rigens (Benth.) A. Hitchc., Deergrass
*Nassella cernua (Stebb. & Love) Barkworth, Nodding Needlegrass
*Nassella lepida (A. Hitch.) Barkworth, Foothill Needlegrass
Panicum capillare L., Witchgrass
Panicum miliacium L., Broomcorn Millet
Paspalum dilatatum Poir., Dallis Grass
Paspalum distichum Poiret, Dallis Grass, Knotgrass
Paspalum urvillei Steudel, Vasey’s Grass
Pennisetum clandestinum Chiov., Kikuyu Grass
Pennisetum setaceum (Forsk.) Chiov., Crimson Fountaingrass
Phalaris angusta Nees, Timothy Canarygrass
Phalaris aquatica L., Bulbous Canarygrass
Phalaris arundinacea L. Reed Canarygrass
Phalaris minor Retz., Littleseed Canarygrass
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, firebreaks, rare, SDEF, 1988
Phleum pratense L. (Cultivated) Timothy
Piptatherum miliaceum (L.) Cosson, Smilograss
Poa annua L., Annual Bluegrass
Poa compressa L., Canadian Bluegrass
Poa palustris L., Fowl Bluegrass
Poa pratensis L. ssp. pratensis, Kentucky Bluegrass
Poa secunda J.S. Presl, One-sided Bluegrass, Sandberg Bluegrass
Poa trivialis L., Rough Bluegrass
Big Pine Meadow, R.F. Thorne, July 9, 1969
Polypogon interruptus Kunth, Ditch Beard Grass or Rabbitsfoot Grass
Polypogon monspeliensis (L.) Desf., Annual Beard Grass or Rabbitsfoot Grass
*Polypogon viridis
(Gouan) Breistr. Green Bentgrass, Beardless Rabbitsfoot Grass
+Schedonorus phoenix (Scop.) Holub, Tall Fescue
Schismus barbatus (L.) Thell, Mediterranean Schismus, Common Mediteranean Grass
+Setaria parviflora (Poir.) Kerguelen, Marsh Bristlegrass
Setaria pumila (Poiret) Roemer & Schultes, Yellow Foxtail
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, weed, SDEF, 1988
Setaria viridis (L.) P. Beauv., Green Bristlegrass
L.A. Co., San Dimas Exp. Forest, occasionally on waste, SDEF, 1988
Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench, Milo, Sudan Grass, Sorghum
Sorghum halepense (L.) Pers., Johnsongrass
+Thinopyrum intermedium (Host) Barkworth & D.R. Dewey, Intermediate Wheatgrass
+Thinopyrum ponticum (Rodp.) Z.-W. Liu & R.-C. Wang, Tall Wheatgrass
Triticum aestivum L., Common Wheat
Vulpia bromoides (L.) S.F. Gray, Brome Fescue
Vulpia octoflora var. octoflora (Walter) Rydb.
Vulpia microstachys
(Nutt.) Munro, Small Fescue
Vulpia microstachys (Nutt.) Benth. var. microstachys, Small Fescue, Desert Fescue
+Vulpia myuros (L.) C.C. Gmel., Rat-tail Fescue
Vulpia octoflora (Walter) Rydb., Sixweeks Fescue
Vulpia octoflora (Watler) Rydb. var. octoflora, Sixweeks Fescue # 3657

Pontederiaceae Pickerel-Weed Family
Eichhornia crassipes (C. Martius) Solms-Laubach, Common Water Huyacinth
San Bern. Co., Glen Helen Co. Park, San Bern. Co., pond

Potamogetonaceae Pondweed Family
Potamogeton crispus L., Curly Pondweed
Potamogeton foliosus Raf. ssp. foliosus, Leafy Pondweed
Jackson Lake, L.C. Wheeler, Aug. 38, 1946, elev. 6100 ft.
Potamogeton illinoensis Morong, Shining or Illinois Pondweed
Stuckenia pectinatua (L.) Boerner, Sago Pondweed
Jackson Lake, R.F. Thorne & M.Z. Thorne, Aug. 29, 1966, elev. 6200 ft.

Typhaceae Cattail Family
Typha angustifolia L., Narrowleaf Cattail
Typha domingensis Pers., Southern Cattail
Typha latifolia L., Broadleaf Cattail

Zannichelliaceae Horned Pondweed Family
Zannichellia palustris L., Horned Pondweed


These names were published after the publication of The Jepson Manual - Higher Plants Of California, Hickman, 1993.

Osmorhiza chilensis Hook. & Arn. = Osmorhiza berteroi DC.

Hedera caneriensis = Hedera helix L. ssp. canariensis (Willd.) Coult.

Sarcostemma cynanchoides Decne. ssp. hartwegii (Vail) R. Holm = Funastrum cynanchoides (Decne.) Schtr. ssp. heteropohyllum (Engelm. ex Torr.) Kartesz

Aster greatae Parish = Symphyotrichum greatae (Parish) G.L. Nesom
Aster lanceolatus Wild ssp. hesperius (A. Gray) Semple & J. Chimielewski = Symphyotrichum lanceolatum (Willd.) G.L. Nesom ssp. hesperium (A. Gray) G.L. Nesom
Aster subulatus Michaux var. ligulatus Shinn. = Symphyotrichum divaricatum (Nutt.) G.L. Nesom
Bidens pilosa L. var. pilosa = Bidens pilosa L.
Centaurea maculosa Lam = Centaurea stoebe L. ssp. micranthos (Gugler) Hayek
Chamomilla suaveolens (Pursh) Rydb. = Matricara discoidea DC.
Chrysothamnus nauseosus (Pallas) Britton = Ericamera nauseosa (Pallas) G.L. Nesom. & Baird ssp. nauseosa
Chrysothamnus nauseosus
(Pallas) Britton ssp. bernardinus (H.M.Hall) H.M. Hall & Clements = Ericamera nauseosa (Pallas) G.L. Nesom & Baird ssp. nauseosa var. bernardina (H.M. Hall) G.L. Nesom & Baird
Chrysothamnus nauseosus (Pallas) Britton ssp. consimilis (E. Greene) H.M. Hall & Clements = Ericamera nauseosa (Pallas) G.L. Nesom & Baird ssp. consimillis (Greene) G.L. Nesom & Baird var. oreophila (A. Nelson) G.L. Nesom & Baird
Chrysothamnus nauseosus (Pallas) Britton ssp. holoeucus (A. Gray) H.M. Hall & Clements = Ericameria nausiosa (Pallas) G.L. Nesom & Baird ssp. nauseosa var. hololeuca (A. Gray) G.L. Nesom & Baird
Chrysothamnus nauseosus (Pallas) Britton ssp. mohavensis (E. Greene) H.M. Hall & Clements = Ericameria nausiosa (Pall.) G.L. Nesom & Baird ssp. consimilis (Greene) G.L. Nesom & Baird var. mohavensis (Greene) G.L. Nesom & Baird
Chrysothamnus parryi (A. Gray) E. Greene = Ericameria parryi (A. Gray) G.L. Nesom & Baird var. parryi
Conyza bonariensis
(L.) Cronq., sometimes considered Conyza floribunda Kunth
Conyza coulteri A. Gray = Laennecia coulteri (A. Gray) G.L. Nesom
Ericameria cooperi (A. Gray) H.M. Hall var. cooperi = Ericameria cooperi (A. Gray) H. M. Hall
Eriophylum wallacei (A. Gray) A. Gray = Antheropeas wallacei (A. Gray) Rydb.
Filago californica Nutt. = Logfia californica (Nutt.) Holub
Filago depressa Gray = Logfia depressa (Gray) Holub
Filago gallica L. = Logfia gallica (L.) Coss. & Germ.
Galinsoga parviflora Cav. var. parviflora = Galinsoga parviflora Cav.
Gnaphalium bicolor Bioleti = Pseudognaphalium bioletti, Anderb.
Gnaphalium californicum DC. = Pseudognaphalium californicum (DC.) Anderb.
Gnaphalium canescens DC. = Pseudognaphalium canescens(DC.) W. A. Weber
Gnaphalium canescens DC. ssp. beneolens (Davidson) Stebb. & Keil = Pseudognaphalium canescens (DC.) W.A. Weber ssp. beneolens (Davidson) Kartesz
Gnaphalium canescens DC. ssp. microcephalium (Nutt.) Stebb. & Keil = Pseudognaphalium canescens (DC.) W.A. Weber ssp. microcephalium (Nutt.) Kartesz
Gnaphalium canescens DC. ssp. thermale (E. Nelson) Stebb. & Keil = Pseudognaphalium canescens (DC.) W. A. Weber ssp. thermale (E. Nelson) Kartesz
Gnaphalium leucocephalum A. Gray = Pseudognaphalium leucoceplhalium (A. Gray) Anderb.
Gnaphalium luteo-album L. = Pseudognaphalium luteoalbum (L.) Hilliard & B.L. Buitt
Gnaphalium peregrinum Fernald = Gomochaeta pensylvanica (Willd.) Cabrera
Gnaphalium purpureum L. = Gamochaeta purpurea (L.) Cabrera
Gnaphalium purpureum L. var. spathelotum (Lang) H.E. Ahles = Gamochaeta purpurea
Gnaphalium stramineum
Kunth. = Pseudognaphalium stramineum (Kunth.) Anderb.
= Gamochaeta pensylvanica (Wild.) Cabrera
= Gamochaeta stagnalis (I.M. Johnston) Anderb.
Helianthus annuus L. ssp. lenticularis (Douglas) Cockerell = Helianthus annuus L.
Heterotheca psammophila B. Wagenkn. = Heterotheca subaxillaris (Lam.) Britton & Rusby ( check spelling)
Iva axillaris Pursh ssp. robustior (Hook.) Bassett = Iva axillaris Pursh
Lessingia filaginifolia (Hook. & Arn.) M.A. Lane = Corethrogyne filaginifolia (Hook. & Arn.) Nutt.
Micropus californicus Fischer & C. Meyer = Bombycilaena californica (Fischer & C. Meyer) Holub var. californica
Senecio ionophyllus E. Greene = Packera ionophylla (E. Greene) W.A. Weber & A. Love
Senecio mikanioides Walp. = Delairea odorata Lem.
Solidago confinis Nutt. = Solidago spectabilis (D.C. Eaton) A. Gray var. confinus (S. Gray) Cronquist
Stephanomeria spinosa (Nutt.) Tomb = Pleiacanthus spinosus (Nutt.) Rydb.
Trimorpha lonchophylla (Hook.) G. Nesom = Erigeron lonchophyllus Hook.
Uropappus lindleyi (DC.) Nutt. = Microseris lindleyi A. Gray

Berberis aquifolium Pursh var. dictyota (Jepson) Jepson = Mahonia dictyota (Jeps.) Fedde
Berberis nevinii A. Gray = Mahonia nevinii (A. Gray) Fedde

Cryptantha muricata (Hook. & Arn.) Nelson & J.F. Macbr. var. jonesii (A. Gray) I.M. Johnston = Cryptantha muricata (Hook. & Arn.) Nelson & J.F. Macbr.

Brassica rapa L. = Brassica rapa L. var. rapa
Caulanthus lasiophyllus
(Hook. & Arn.) Payson = Guillenia lasiophylla (Hook. & Arn.) E. Greene
Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum (L.) Hayek = Nasturtium officinale W.T. Aiton
Rorippa palustris (L.) Besser var. occidentalis (S. Watson) Rollins = Rorippa palustris (L.) Besser ssp. occidentalis (S. Watson) Abrams
Thelyplodium lasiophylum (Hook. & Arn.) E. Greene = Guillenia lasiophylla (Hook. & Arn.) E. Greene
Thysanocarpus laciniatus Torrey & A. Gray var. crenatus (Nutt.) Brewer = Thysanocarpus laciniatus Nutt.

Opuntia echinocarpa Engelm. & J. Bigelow = Cylindropuntia echinocarpa (Engelm. & J. Bigelow) F.M. Knuth
Opuntia parryi Engelm. = Cylindropuntia californica (Torr. & A. Gray) F.M. Knuth var. parryi (J.M. Coult.) J. Rebman

Githopsis specularioides Nutt. =
ssp. need to be determined in order to use new taxa

Sambucus mexicana C. Presl = Sambucus nigra L. ssp. canadensis (L.) R. Bolli
Sambucus mexicana C. Presl = Sambucus nigra L. ssp. cerulea (Rof.) R. Bolli

Arenaria macradenia S. Watson ssp. arcuifolia Maguire = Arenaria macradenia S. Watson ssp. macradenia var. arcuifolia Maguire
Silene parishii S. Watson ssp. viscida C. Hitchc. & Maguire = not recognized
Spergularia marina (L.) Giseb. = Spergularia salina J. Presl & C. Presl

Chenopodium strictum Roth var. glaucophyllum (Allen) Wahl & var. strictum = Chenopodium album L. var. striatum (Krason): ned.

Arctostaphylos patula ssp. platyphylla A. Gray = not recognized

Cassia artimisiafolia Gaud. = Cassia artemisioides (Gaud.) Randell
Lotus purshianus (Benth.) Clements & E.G. Clements var. purshianus = Lotus unifoliatus ? Lupinus albifrons Benth. var. albifrons = Lupinus albifrons Benth.
Lupinus latifolius J. Agardh. var. parishii C.P. Smith = Lupinus latifolius J. Agardh. ssp. parishii (C.P. Smith) Kenney
Lulpinus microcarpus Simsvar. microcarpus = Lupinus subvexus C.P. Sm. var. subvexus
Medicago lupulina
L. var. cupaniana (Guss.) Boiss. = Medicago lupulina L.
Melilotus alba Medikus = Melilotus offcinalis (L.) Lam
Trifolium monanthum A. Gray var. grantianum (A.A. Heller) Parish = Trifolium monanthum A. Gray ssp. grantianum A.A. Heller

Swertia neglecta (H.M. Hall) Jepson = Frasera neglecta H.M. Hall
Swertia parryi (Torrey) Kuntze = Frasera parryi Torrey

Phacelia bicolor S. Watson var. bicolor = Phacelia bicolor S. Watson

Hypericum formosum Kunth var. scouleri (Hook.) J. Coulter = Hypericum scouleri Hook. ssp. scouleri

Mentha x piperita L. = Mentha x piperita L. (pro sp.) {aquatica x spicata}
Salvia dorrii (Kellogg) Abrams var. pilosa (A. Gray) J.L. Strachan & Rev. = Salvia dorrii (Kellogg) Abrams ssp. dorrii var. pilosa (A. Gray) Strachan & Reveal
Stachys ajugoides Benth. var. ajugoides = Stachys ajugoides Benth.

Malacothamnus fasciculatus (Torrey & A. Gray) E. Greene var. laxiflorus (A. Gray) Kearney = Malacothamnus fasciculatus (Torrey & A. Gray) E. Greene

Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh. var. camaldulensis = Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh.

Mirabilis bigelovii A. Gray var. bigelovii = Mirabilis laevis (Benth.) Curran var. villosa (Kelllogg) Spellenb.
Mirabilis californica A. Gray = Mirabilis laevis (Benth.) Curran var. laevis

Epilobium angustifolium L. ssp. circumvagum Mosq. = Chamerion angustifolium (L.) Holub. ssp. circumvagum (Mosquin) Hoch

Dicentra chrysantha (Hook. & Arn.) Walp = Ehrendorferia chrysantha (Hook. & Arn.) Kylander (check sp)

Plantago indica L. = Plantago psyllium L.

Eriastrum densifolium (Benth.) H. Mason ssp. austromontanum (Craig) H. Mason = Eriastrum densifolium (Benth.) H. Mason ssp. densifolium
Eriastrum sapphirinum
(Eastw.) H. Mason ssp. ambiguum (M.E. Jones) H. Mason = Erisatrum sapphirinum (Eastw.) H. Mason ssp. sapphirinum
Gilia splendens
H. Mason & A.D. Grant = Saltugilia grinnellii (Brand) L.A. Johnson ssp. grantii (Brand) L.A. Johnson
Gilia splendens H. Mason & A.D. Grant ssp. grantii (Brand) V. lGrant & A.D. Grant =
Saltugilia grinnellii (Brand) L.A. Johnson ssp. grantii (Brand) L.A. Johnson
Leptodactylon californicum Hook. & Arn. ssp. glandulosum (Eastw.) H. Mason = Leptodactylon californicum Hook. & Arn. ssp. leptotrichomum
Leptodactylon pungens
(Torrey) Rydb. ssp. pulchriflorum (Brand) H. Mason = Linanthus pungens (Torr.) J.M. Porter & L.A. Johnson
Linanthus aureaus (Nutt.) E. Greene ssp. aureus = Leptosiphon aureus (Nutt.) J.M. Porter & L.A. Johnson ssp. aureus
Linanthus breviculus
(A. Gray) E. Greene = Leptosiphon breviculus (A. Gray) J.M. Porter & L.A. Johnson
Linanthus ciliatus (Benth.) E. Greene = Leptosiphon ciliatus (Benth.) Jeps. ssp. ciliatus
Linanthus liniflorus
(Benth.) E. Greene ssp. pharnaceoides (Benth.) H. Mason = Leptosiphon liniflorus (Benth.) J.M. Porters & L.A. Johnson
Linanthus nutallii (A. Gray) Miliken ssp. nutallii = Leptosiphon nuttallii (A. Gray) J.M. Porter & L.A. Johnson ssp. nuttallii

Eriogonum elongatum Benth. var. elongatum = Eriogonum elongatum Benth.

Calyptridium monandrum Nutt. = Cistanthe monandra (Nutt.) Hershkovitz
Calyptridium monospermum E. Greene = Cistanthe monospermum (Greene) Hershkovitz
Calyptridium parryi A. Gray = Cistanthe parryi ( A. Gray) Hershkovitz var. parryi

Anagallis arvensis L. forma caerulea (Schreb.) Baumg. = Anagallis arvensis L. ssp. foemina (Mill.) Schinz & Thell.
Samolus parviflorus Raf. = Samolus valerandi L. ssp. paviflorus (Raf.) Hulten

Aquilegia formosa Fischer var. pauciflora (E. Greene) H.S. Boothman = Aquilegia formosa Fischer

Ceanothus oliganthus Nutt. var. sorediatus (Hook. & Arn.) Hoover = Ceanothus sorediatus Nutt. & Arn.
Rhamnus tomentella Benth. ssp. tomentella = Frangula californica (Eschsch.) A. Gratz ssp. tomentella (Benth.) Kartesz & Gandhi

Aphanes occidentalis (Nutt.) Rydb. = Aphanes arvensis L.
Cercocarpus betuloides Torrey & A. Gray var. betuloides = Cercocarpus montanus Raf. var. glaber (S. Watson) F. L. Martin
Holodiscus microphyllus Rydb. including var. micropyyllus = Holodiscus discolor (Pursh) Maxim
Purshia tridentata (Pursh) DC. var. glandulosa = Purshia glandulosa Curran
Rubus discolor Weihe & Nees = Rubus armeniacus Focke
Sanguisorba minor Scop. ssp. muricata Briq. = Sanguisorba minor Scop. ssp. balearica (Bourg. ex Nyman) M. Gorm. & C. Navarro

Antirrhinum coulterianum Benth. = Antirrhinum coulterianus (Benth.) D. A. Sutton
Antirrhinum kelloggii E. Greene = Neogaerrhinum strictum (Hook. & Arn.) Rothm.
Antirrhinum multiflorum Pennell = Sairocarpus multiflorus (Pennell) D. A. Sutton
Linaria canadensis (L.) Dum.-Cours var. texana (Scheele) Pennell = Nuttallanthus texanus (Scheele) D.A. Sutton
Mimulus aurantiacus Curtis = Diplacus aurantiacus (W. Curtis) Jeps. ssp. aurantiacus
Mimulus aurantiacus Curtis ssp. calycinus (Eastw.) Munz. = Diplacus calycinus Eastw.
Mimulus aurantiacus Curtis ssp. pubescens (Torr.) D. Thompson = not recognized
Mimulus aurantiacus Curtis ssp. rutilis A.L. Grant = Diplacus rutilus (A.L. Grant) McMinn
Mimulus pilosus (Benth.) S. Watson = Mimetanthe pilosa (Benth.) Greene

Fremontodendron californicum (Torrey) Cov. ssp. californicum = Fremontodendron californicum (Torrey) Cov.

Styrax officinalis L. var. redivivus (Torrey) H. Howard = Styrax redivivus (Torrey) L.C. Wheeler

Verbena tenuisecta Briq. = Glandularia pulchella (Sweet) Troncoso

Bolboschoenus maritimus (L.) Polle ssp. paladosus (A. Nels.) Koyoma = Schoenoplectus maritimus (L.) Polle ssp. paladosus (L.) Lye
Carex deweyana Schwein. ssp. leptopoda (Mackenzie) Calder & R. Taylor = Carex leptopoda Mackenzie
Carex lanuginosa Michaux = Carex lasiocarpa Ehrh. var. americana Fernald
Cyperus alternifolius auct. non L. = Cyperus involucratus Rottb.
Scirpus acutus
Bigelow var. occidentalis (S. Watson) Beetle = Schoenoplectus acutus (Muhl. ex Bigelow) A. Love & D. Love var. occidentalis S. Watson
Scirpus americanus Pers. = Schoenoplectis americanus (Pers.) Volkarts ex. Schinz & R. Keller
Scirpus cernuus Vahl var. californicus (Torrey) Beetle = Isolepis cernua (Vahl) Roem. & Schult.
Scirpus maritimus L. = Schoenoplectus maritimus (L.) Lye
Scirpus pungens Vahl = Schoenoplectus pungens (Vahl) Palla var. pungens
Scirpus robustus
Pursh = Scoenoplectus robustus (Pursh) M.T. Strong

Juncus arcticus Willd. ssp. ater = J. arcticus Willd. ssp littoralis (Engelm.) Hulten
Juncus balticus Willd. = Juncus arcticus Willd. ssp. littoralis (Engelm.) Hulten

Lemna minuscula Herter = Lemna minuta Kunth.

Smilacina stellata (L.) Desf. = Maianthemum stellata (L.) Link
Yucca whipplei Torrey ssp. cespitosa (M.E. Jones) A.lL. Haines = Hesperoyucca whipplei Torrey
Yucca whipllei Torrey ssp. parishii (M.E. Jones) A.L. Haines = Hesperoyucca whipplei Torrey

Platanthera leucostachys Lindley = Platenthera dialata (Pursh) Lindl. ex Beck var. leucostachys (Lindl.) Luer

Agrostis viridis Gouan = Polypogon viridis (Gouan) Breistr.
Bromus japonicus Thumb. ex Murr. = Bromus arvensis L.
Bromus trinii Desv. = Bromus berteroanus Colla
Cenchrus incertus M. Curtis = Cenchrus spinifax Cav.
Cortaderia atacamensis (Phil.) Pilgen = Cortaderia jubata (Lem.) Stapf.
Elymus elongatus (Host) Runeim. = Thinopyrum ponticum (Rodp.) Z.-W. Liu & R.-C. Wang
Elymus hispidus (Opiz) Meld. = Thinopyrum intermedium (Host) Barkworth & D. R. Dewey
Elymus hispidus (Opiz) Meld. ssp. hispidus = Thinopyrum intermedium (Host) Barkworth & D. R. Dewey
Elymus triticoides Buckl. = Leymus triticoides (Buckl.) Pilg
Elytrigia elongata (Host) Nevski = Thinopyrum ponticum (Podp.) Z.-W. Liu & R. -C. Wang
Elytrigia intermedia (Host) Nevski ssp. intermedia = Thinopyrum intermedium (Host) Barkworth & D. R. Dewey
Eragrostis curvula (Schrader) Nees var. curvula = Eragrostis curvula (Schrader) Nees
Festuca arundinacea Schreber = Schedonorus phoenix (Scop.) Holub
Gastridium ventricosum (Gouan) Schinz & Thell. = Gastridium phleoides (Nees & Meyer) C.E. Hubbard
Leptochloa uninervia (C. Presl) A. Hitchc. & Chase = Leptochloa susca (L.) Kunth. ssp. uninervia ( J. Presl) N. Snow
Lolium multiflorum Lam = Lolium perenne L. ssp. multiflorum (Lam.) Husnot
Rhynchelytrum repens (Willd.) E.E. Hubb = Melinis repens (Willd.) Zizka
Setaria gracilis Kunth = Setaria parviflora (Poir.) Kerguelen
Vulpia myuros L. = Vulpia myuros (L.) C.C. Gmel.
Vulpia myuros (L.) C. Gmelin var. hirauta (Hacakel) L. Asch. & Graebner = Vulpia myuros (L.) C.C. Gmel.

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