Eastern Mojave Vegetation Detail of Coll. No. 685, Geum macrophyllum  
 

 

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  Rosaceae Geum macrophyllum
Scanned 30 Oct 2011.

Things to see in this scan: (1) Are the little appendages, circled in red, hypanthium bractlets? (2) Are there bristles at the base of the styles in maturing fruit?

30 Oct 2011: Characters observed while keying: Perennial herb, drying green; Flowers 3-10 (observed: 8, 10), erect; Epicalyx should be present per Taylor (2010) but unable to see; Sepals 4, green; Hypanthium shape ? (unable to observe in dried specimens), bractlets unclear (but see small appendages circled in red on detail photo); Petals present, yellow; Styles persistent, 2-9 mm (obs: 4-5 mm), tapered, hooked, bristles at base (see detail photo, conflicts with species description), not plumose.

Article records that use this photograph:

  • Inyo National Forest Road 01S04A, Mono County, California: 10300.
  • Field Notes: 23 Jul 2010.

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