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61b. Arctostaphylos crustacea Eastwood subsp. crinita (J. E. Adams) V. T. Parker, M. C. Vasey & J. E. Keeley, MadroƱo. 54: 152. 2007.

Arctostaphylos tomentosa (Pursh) Lindley var. crinita J. E. Adams in H. McMinn, Man. Calif. Shrubs, 412, fig. 481. 1939; A. crustacea var. tomentosiformis J. E. Adams; A. crustacea var. trichoclada (de Candolle) Munz; A. tomentosa subsp. crinita (J. E. Adams) Gankin; A. tomentosa var. tomentosiformis (J. E. Adams) Munz

Twigs densely short-hairy and with longer, white hairs. Leaf blade surfaces densely short-hairy abaxially (and sometimes adaxially). Immature inflorescence axes glabrous or hairy, sometimes glandular (not densely glandular-hairy). Ovaries densely hairy.

Flowering winter-early spring. Maritime chaparral and open conifer forests; 300-500 m; Calif.

Subspecies crinita occurs in the central and southern Santa Cruz Mountains, and also the interior uplands of Monterey Bay, outer Central Coast Range.


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