Dudleya
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ABRAMSI ssp. MURINA  (Eastwood) Moran, 1957

Synonym : Dudleya murina  Eastwood (1930)

 

Distribution : USA (California : San Luis Obispo County); serpentine rocks, 120 – 300 m, not frequent.

 

 

Differs from ssp. abramsii :

 

Stems 10 – 30 mm in diameter.

 

Rosettes in groups of > 10, few- to much-branched.

 

Leaves oblong to lanceolate, 3 – 11 x 0.7 – 2 cm, ± glaucous.

 

Inflorescence : Scape 5 – 25 cm.

 

Flowers : Corolla 4 – 6 mm, petals 9 – 14 x 3 – 3.5 mm, entirely violet-spotted, keel violet, tube 1.5 – 3 mm.

 

Cytology : n = 17



Photo Steve Mudge

In California, USA :




At Santa Barbara Botanical  Garden, CA, USA :




Photos Michael Wisnev




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