Scientific Name

Datura wrightii Regal.

Family 

Solanaceae

General

This low growing, bushy herb with large, trumpet-like flowers and large sticky leaves is a disturbance pioneer.

CI

Around CI this species has been observed at the edges of landscaped areas and along paths and dirt roads.  It has been more common post-fire, than before.

    

References

More on this species at Calflora.               

The Jepson Manual (2012:  1252, Solanaceae by Michael H. Nee).           

Dale (200:  191)    

McAuley (1996:  427).

 

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Datura wrightii, young plant on west facing slope of hill to north of Sage Hall, CI (6 June 2014).

 

 

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Datura wrightii on south facing slope of ridge to north of Sage Hall, CI.  Note fire damaged Opuntia (11 December 2014).

 

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Datura wrightii on west facing slope of ridge to north of Sage Hall, CI (28 January 2015).

 

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Datura wrightii on west facing slope of ridge to north of Sage Hall, CI (28 January 2015).

 

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Datura wrightii, young plant on west facing slope of hill to north of Sage Hall, CI (6 June 2014).

 

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Datura wrightii, young plant on west facing slope of hill to north of Sage Hall, CI (6 June 2014).