Scientific Name 

Lupinus succulentus K. Koch

Family

Fabaceae

General

CI

This species was not observed in pre-fire habitats.  It has been abundant (see photographs) on some sites in the seasons following the fire.

 

References

See this species on CalFlora.

The Jepson Manual (2012: 778, Fabaceae by Martin F. Wojciechowski).

Dale (2000:  114).

McAuley (1996:  343).

 

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Lupinus succulentus on north facing slope of hill to south of road into Camarillo Park, to the south west of the airfield (20 May 2014).

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Lupinus succulentus on north facing slope of hill to south of road into Camarillo Park, to the south west of the airfield (20 May 2014).

 

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Lupinus succulentus on north facing slope of hill to south of road into Camarillo Park, to the south west of the airfield (26 April 2014).

 

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Lupinus succulentus on slope directly behind (west of) Arroyo Hall, CI (25 February 2015).

 

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 Lupinus succulentus on north facing slope of hill to south of road into Camarillo Park, to the south west of the airfield (26 April 2014).

 

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 Lupinus succulentus on north facing slope of hill to south of road into Camarillo Park, to the south west of the airfield (26 April 2014).

 

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 Lupinus succulentus on north facing slope of hill to south of road into Camarillo Park, to the south west of the airfield (26 April 2014).

 

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Lupinus succulentus on north facing slope of hill to south of road into Camarillo Park, to the south west of the airfield (26 April 2014).

 

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Lupinus succulentus on eastern face of Round Mountain, CI campus (27 February 2015).