Plant profile for Lasthenia californica and L. gracilisAuthor(s): A. M. Montalvo; E. C. Riordan; Jan Beyers
Source: Native Plant Recommendations for Southern California Ecoregions
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Pacific Southwest Research Station
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DescriptionThis plant profile for Lasthenia californica and Lasthenia gracilis provides information on species distribution; taxonomic relationships; ecological and evolutionary considerations for restoration; growth form and distinguishing traits; habitat characteristics; projected future suitable habitat; growth, reproduction and dispersal; biological interactions; ecological genetics; seed characteristics, germination requirements and processing; and plant uses including agriculture, restoration, and traditional products, plus an extensive bibliography. It is part of Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District's resource materials collection on native plant recommendations for southern California ecoregions.
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Montalvo, A.M.; Riordan, E.C.; Beyers, J.L. 2017. Plant profile for Lasthenia californica and L. gracilis. Native Plant Recommendations for Southern California Ecoregions. Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District and U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Riverside, CA.
KeywordsLasthenia californica, Lasthenia gracilis, coastal sage scrub, chaparral, ecological genetics, restoration, seed transfer, South Coast Ecoregion, suitable habitat
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