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11c. Sedum radiatum S. Watson var. depauperatum (R. T. Clausen) H. Ohba, J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas. 1: 889. 2007.

Sedum radiatum subsp. depauperatum R. T. Clausen, Sedum N. Amer., 258, figs. 59, 60. 1975

Leaves of offsets glabrous. Cymes: primary branches often dichotomously forked, 3-8 cm. Flowers: petals white or creamy white, sometimes drying yellowish, 6-7 mm; anthers red, yellow, or light orange distally (orange); nectar scales 0.5-0.6 mm.

Flowering spring-summer. Granodiorite rocks; 100-1600 m; Calif., Oreg.

Variety depauperatum has more flowers per cincinnus than does var. ciliosum and the nectar scales are narrower than those of var. ciliosum. Its leaves are similar to those of Sedum stenopetalum.


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