CHILAO, SAN GABRIEL MTS JUNE 2008 PAGE ONE
Photographs by Michael Charters




An upside-down V next to the common name indicates a taxon that was new to me when I photographed it on this field trip. An asterisk indicates a non-native species.

 
 
Mojave phacelia
Phacelia mohavensis
Hydrophyllaceae
 
Whiskerbrush
Linanthus ciliatus
Polemoniaceae
Mule's ears
Wyethia ovata
Asteraceae
   


 
Plain mariposa lily
Calochortus invenustus
Liliaceae


 
 
Douglas's violet
Viola douglasii
Violaceae
 
 
Common muilla
Muilla maritima
Liliaceae
Davis's pitted onion
Allium lacunosum var. davisiae
Liliaceae
   
Groundsmoke
Gayophytum sp.
Onagraceae
Parry's collinsia
Collinsia parryi
Scrophulariaceae


 
Diamond-petalled clarkia
Clarkia rhomboidea
Onagraceae
 
Grant's carpet clover
Trifolium monanthum ssp. grantianum
Fabaceae


   
Miniature lupine
Lupinus bicolor
Fabaceae
 
Dense false-gilia
Allophyllum gilioides ssp. gilioides
Polemoniaceae
 
Curved-stem phacelia
Phacelia curvipes
Hydrophyllaceae


 
 
Southern mountain lupine
Lupinus excubitus var. austromontanus
Fabaceae
Creek monkeyflower
Mimulus guttatus
Scrophulariaceae
 


   
Bajada lupine
Lupinus concinnus
Fabaceae
 
Canyon dodder
Cuscuta subinclusa
Cuscutaceae


 
 
Lesser indian paintbrush
Castilleja minor ssp. spiralis
Scrophulariaceae
 
 
Palmer's monkeyflower
Mimulus palmeri
Scrophulariaceae
Coast range trieteleia
Triteleia lugens
Liliaceae
   
Creek clover
Trifolium obtusiflorum
Fabaceae
Palmer's mariposa lily
Calochortus palmeri var. palmeri
Liliaceae