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Brickellia incana
Brickellia incana
Photographer: Aaron Schusteff

ID: 0000 0000 1008 1468 (2008-10-19)

Copyright © 2008 Aaron Schusteff

 
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  • date of photo  Jun 8, 2005
  • location   East of Kelso Dunes, approimately 3.5 miles (San Bernardino County, California, US)
  • family Asteraceae
  • notes   When I first laid eyes on this particular shrub, with its finely whitish-wooly leaves & stems and discoid flower heads, I immediately thought of the new (for me) species I had seen about 20 miles away on the previous day: Brickellia incana. But the flowers of this specimen 'looked' different. I've posted photos of both plants here at CalPhotos. They both keyed unambiguously to Brickellia incana and I think the different 'look' between the two is just another instance of the variation that so often exists among individuals in a species.
  • camera   Shot on a Canon Digital Rebel XT at f9, 1/400 , ISO 100, using a Canon 50mm Compact macro lens.
  • photo category: Plant - shrub

  • MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PLANT
  • Look for Jepson Manual treatments, maps (University & Jepson Herbaria)
  • View Calflora record for Brickellia incana
  • View all photos in CalPhotos of Brickellia incana
  • Check Google Images for Brickellia incana


  • The photographer's identification Brickellia incana has not been reviewed. Click here to review or comment on the identification.

     
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