Scientific Name 

Nicotiana quadrivalvis Pursh

Family 

Solanaceae

General

 

CI

This species was not encountered before the fire, but was reasonably common on a couple sites after, always on exposed, south facing slopes, often growing among the skeletons of burnt Opuntia.

    

References

More on this species at Calflora.               

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

Dale (200:  192)    

McAuley (1996:  528).

 

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Nicotiana quadrivalvis on south facing side of hill to the south of Camarillo Park entrance area, CI (26 April 2014).

 

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Nicotiana quadrivalvis on south facing side of hill to the south of Camarillo Park entrance area, CI (26 April 2014).

 

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Nicotiana quadrivalvis on south west facing slope of hill to the west of Aliso Hall, CI, below the helipad (2 May 2014).

 

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Nicotiana quadrivalvis on south west facing slope of hill to the west of Aliso Hall, CI, below the helipad (2 May 2014).

 

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Nicotiana quadrivalvis on south west facing slope of hill to the west of Aliso Hall, CI, below the helipad (2 May 2014).

 

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Nicotiana quadrivalvis on south west facing slope of hill to the west of Aliso Hall, CI, below the helipad (2 May 2014).

 

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Nicotiana quadrivalvis on south west facing slope of hill to the west of Aliso Hall, CI, below the helipad (2 May 2014).

 

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Nicotiana quadrivalvis on south west facing slope of hill to the west of Aliso Hall, CI, below the helipad (9 May 2014).