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44c. Physaria kingii (S. Watson) O’Kane & Al-Shehbaz subsp. cobrensis (Rollins & E. A. Shaw) O’Kane & Al-Shehbaz, Novon. 12: 324. 2002.

Lesquerella kingii (S. Watson) S. Watson var. cobrensis Rollins & E. A. Shaw, Gen. Lesquerella, 255. 1973; Physaria cobrensis (Rollins & E. A. Shaw) N. H. Holmgren; P. kingii var. cobrensis (Rollins & E. A. Shaw) B. L. Turner

Plants ± erect or ascending; trichomes tuberculate through-out, center low-mounded. Basal leaves: blade margins entire. Racemes secund, usually elongated and loose in fruit. Fruiting pedicels curved (recurved) or slightly sigmoid. Petals yellow. Fruits as wide as or longer than wide, apex rounded-acute; valves glabrous inside; septum ± perforate; ovules 4(-8) per ovary; style 3-6 mm.

Flowering May-Jun. Light-colored silt, limestone gravel, rocky areas with low sagebrush; 500-1000 m; Idaho, Nev., Oreg.


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