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Streptanthus glandulosus ssp. glandulosus
Streptanthus glandulosus ssp. glandulosus
Photographer: Brother Alfred Brousseau
Organization: St. Mary's College
Collection: Brousseau

ID: 6249 3022 3947 0016 (1997-01-16)

Copyright © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California

  • date of photo  May 14, 1978
  • location   THE PINNACLES (Santa Clara County, California, US)
  • family Brassicaceae
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

  • common names   Bristly Jewelflower, Jewelflower (CF, ITIS ) Jewelflower (photographer)
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  • Reviewers' comments about this photo (review or add another comment)
    1. Reviewed by CalPhotos Staff    pre-2001

    Action: changed name from "Streptanthus breweri" to "Streptanthus glandulosus ssp. glandulosus "

    Reviewer's comments:
         "8/19/97: changed name from S. BREWERI to S. GLANDULOSUS SSP. GLANDULOSUS per Dean Wm. Taylor ( S. breweri has never been collected at the Pinnacles, and is a narrow serpentine endemic; ultramafic rocks"

    2. Reviewed by Aaron Schusteff    May 29, 2015

    Action: commented on photo

    Reviewer's comments:
         "The locality "THE PINNACLES" most likely refers to Pinnacles National Park in San Benito County, where Streptanthus glandulosus is well-known to occur. A search on the word "Pinnacles" in ""California Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary"" yielded a number of references to Pinnacles National Monument (now National Park), but none to anywhere in Santa Clara County. I am botanically active in Santa Clara County and am familiar with many localities there...but know of none referred to as "the Pinnacles". However, any local botanist who heard that name would most likely immediately assume the reference was to Pinnacles National Park in nearby San Benito County."

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