Navarretia jepsonii V.L.Bailey

, Fl. Calif. [Jepson] 3[2]: 154 (1943).
IPNI Life Sciences Identifier (LSID)
A Flora of California. Berkeley, London, San Francisco
3[2]: 154
Date of Publication
5 Mai 1943
Family as entered in IPNI

Type Information

Collector Team
W.L. Jepson 20966
Coyote Valley
Type Herbaria
holotype UC
Distribution Of Types
Lake County (California, Southwestern U.S.A., Northern America)


Jepson ascribed the species name to his Res. Assistant Virginia L. Bailey, gave a detailed description, and quoted a diagnosis verbatim from Bailey (In Navarretia mitracarpa the corolla-throat is as long or nearly as long as the corolla-lobes, the corolla-tube is glandular-puberulent outside; the style is definitely 2-cleft to barely 2-cleft; the capsule, about 1% lines long, is 4-ridged or d-angled at the summit and 1-seeded, and it is also 4-valved from the base.' 'In Navarretia jepsonii the corolla-throat is shorter than the corolla-lobes, the corolla-tube is glabrous outside; the style is barely 2-cleft to entire; the capsule, 1 to 114 lines long and 1-seeded, is not 4-angled or 4-ridged at summit but is 4-nerved at summit with the nerves branching and thus 8-nerved at base. At base, too, the capsule is 5-valved' — Virginia L. Bailey)


Same citation as
Navarretia jepsonii V.L.Bailey, Fl. Calif. [Jepson] 3: 154 (1943).