Scientific Name

Phacelia parryi Torry                             

Family

Boraginaceae

General

             

CI    

     Quite rare on CI habitats, observed only twice.                 

 

References

      More on this species at CalFlora.

      The Jepson Manual(2012:  498, Phacelia by Robert Patterson, Laura M. Garrrison and Debra R. Hansen).

      Dale (2000:  126).

      McAuley (1996;  392).

 phacelia-parryi-10mar2015-4Phacelia parryi along dirt path to east of University Glen, CI (to north of park area) (10 March 2015).

phacelia-parryi-11mar2015-16phacelia-parryi-11feb2015-16 Phacelia parryi along dirt path to east of University Glen, CI (to north of park area) (11 March 2015).

 

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Phacelia parryi along dirt path to east of University Glen, CI (to north of park area) (11 March 2015).

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Phacelia parryi along dirt path to east of University Glen, CI (to north of park area) (11 March 2015).

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Phacelia parryi along dirt path to east of University Glen, CI (to north of park area) (11 March 2015).

 

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Phacelia parryi, a whole plant, on south facing slope of ridge to the south of University Glen, CI (12 May 2014).

 

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Phacelia parryi on south facing slope of ridge to the south of University Glen, CI (12 May 2014).

 

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Phacelia parryi along dirt path to east of University Glen, CI (to north of park area), surrounding by a patch of Acmispon maritima (13 June 2014).

 

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Phacelia parryi along dirt path to east of University Glen, CI (to north of park area), note yellow and red flowers of Acmispon maritima to left (13 June 2014).

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Phacelia parryi along dirt path to east of University Glen, CI (to north of park area) (13 June 2014).

 

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Phacelia parryi along pathway to east of University Glen (19 April 2008).

 

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Phacelia parryi along pathway to east of University Glen (19 March 2010).

 

 

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