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23e. Delphinium parryi subsp. eastwoodiae Ewan, Univ. Colorado Stud., Ser. D, Phys. Sci. 2: 182. 1945.

Eastwood's larkspur

Roots less than 10 cm. Stems 15-40 cm. Leaves mostly on proximal 1/3 of stem; basal leaves usually present at anthesis; blade with ultimate lobes 5-15, width less than 7 mm. Inflorescences: bracteoles 7-10 mm. Flowers: sepals usually reflexed, lateral sepals 11-20 mm, spurs 11-17 mm; lower petal blades 6-9 mm.

Flowering spring. Serpentine endemic in grasslands surrounded by coastal chaparral; of conservation concern; 50-500 m; Calif.

Delphinium parryi subsp. eastwoodiae is usually very local, although in a few localities it is abundant. It is likely to be confused only with D . variegatum ; D . parryi subsp. eastwoodiae does not have long hairs as are present on proximal petioles of D . variegatum .


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