Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve Serpentine Flora
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This inventory replaces for Jasper Ridge the list in McCarten, N. F. 1993. Serpentines of the San Francisco Bay Region: Vegetation, Floristics, Distribution of Soils. Comments to John Rawlings, rawlings@stanford.edu
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LA=locally abundant/dominant at x scale; C=common; O=occasional; U=uncommon; Ex=usually excluded from serpentine. Gr=grassland; Ch=chaparral; W=broadleaf evergreen woodland; S=seep, drainage, vernally wet areas; E=ecotonal. X=observed 2007-2013. N.B. The main ridge-top road, Road F, was surfaced in 1983 with fractured greenstone from the cliffs by Searsville Lake. Aerial photographs indicate the road earlier ran further to the south. Species abundance can vary dramatically year to year; see charts in RJ Hobbs, S Yates, HA Mooney (2007) Long-term data reveal complex dynamics in grassland in relation to climate and disturbance, Ecological Monographs. See the Preserve Plant List for photo-links <http://www.stanford.edu/dept/JRBP/plants/PlantLis.htm>. Source: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AqB1HyCAc9xxcGJWQ3lNZVU0X0NCczhpQ3U5VGtyZVE
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StatusDocumentation typetypical habitatAbundanceAffinity
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DryopteridaceaeDryopteris argutacoastal wood fernyesxSPECCh, WO
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PolypodiaceaePolypodium californicumCalifornia polypodyyesxSPECW, rocky areasO
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PteridaceaeAdiantum jordaniiCalifornia maiden-hairyesxSPECWO
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PteridaceaePentagramma triangularis ssp. triangularisgoldback fernyesxSPECE, open ChC
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PinaceaePseudotsuga menziesiiDouglas-firyesxSPECCh,WU
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AnacardiaceaeToxicodendron diversilobumwestern poison oakyesxSPECCh, Gr on rock outcropsO
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ApiaceaeAngelica tomentosawood angelicayesx; RSPECW, trail 1LASI
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ApiaceaeAnthriscus caucalis *bur-chervil *?SPEC
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ApiaceaeDaucus pusillusrattlesnake weedyesxSPECE, bare zoneC
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ApiaceaeEryngium aristulatum var. aristulatumJepson's eryngoyesxSPECGr (Area H)(1 station)
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ApiaceaeLomatium caruifolium var. caruifoliumcaraway-leaved lomatiumyesSPECGRU
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ApiaceaeLomatium dasycarpum ssp. dasycarpumwoolly-fruited lomatiumyesxSPECE, areas dominated by ChCBE/SI
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ApiaceaeLomatium macrocarpumlarge-fruited lomatiumyesxSPECGr, usu rocky areasCSI
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ApiaceaeLomatium utriculatumcommon lomatiumyesxSPECGrOWI
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ApiaceaePerideridia kelloggiiKellogg's yampahyesxSPECGrWI
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ApiaceaeSanicula bipinnatapoison sanicle?SPECU
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ApiaceaeSanicula bipinnatifidapurple sanicleyesxSPECGrOWI
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ApiaceaeSanicula crassicaulisPacific sanicleyesxSPECChC
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ApiaceaeSanicula tuberosaturkey peayesx; RSPECGr, northern exposureU (1 station); mapWI/IN
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ApiaceaeTauschia kelloggiiKellogg's tauschiayesx; RSPECChOSI
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AsclepiadaceaeAsclepias fascicularisnarrow-leaf milkweedyesx; RSPECSO
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AsteraceaeAchillea millefoliumcommon yarrowyesxSPECGrC
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AsteraceaeAchyrachaena mollisblow-wivesyesxSPECGr
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AsteraceaeAgoseris grandifloralarge-flowered agoserisyesSPECGr
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AsteraceaeAgoseris heterophyllaannual agoserisyesxSPECGrCWI/IN
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AsteraceaeArtemisia californicaCalifornia sagebrush?SPECGr, Ch
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AsteraceaeBaccharis pilulariscoyote brushyesxSPECChEx
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AsteraceaeCalycadenia multiglandulosasticky calycadeniayesx; RSPECGr
LA (summer)SI
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AsteraceaeCentaurea solstitialis *yellow star-thistle *yesxSPECE Ex
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AsteraceaeEriophyllum confertiflorum var. confertiflorumgolden-yarrowyesxSPECE, ChC
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AsteraceaeEriophyllum lanatum var. arachnoideumwoolly sunfloweryesxSPECW, trail 1
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AsteraceaeGrindelia hirsutula var. hirsutulahirsute grindeliayesxSPECGrOWI/IN
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AsteraceaeHelianthella californica?SPECBlue oak woodland, near serpentine contactLA
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AsteraceaeHemizonia congesta ssp. luzulifoliahayfield tarweedyesxSPECGrLA (summer)
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AsteraceaeHesperevax sparsiflora var. sparsifloraerect evaxyesx; RSPECGr, ECWI
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AsteraceaeHypochaeris glabra *smooth cat's-ear *yesxSPECGr C
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AsteraceaeHypochaeris radicata *rough cat's-ear *?SPEC
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AsteraceaeLactuca saligna *willow lettuce *yesxSPECGrO
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AsteraceaeLagophylla ramoisissimayesxSPECin annual grassland near serpentineO
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AsteraceaeLasthenia californicagoldfieldsyesx; RSPECGr drier soilLA
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AsteriaceaeLasthenia gracilisgoldfieldsyesx; RSPECGr drier soilLA
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AsteraceaeLayia hieracioidestall layiayesxSPECO [C in 2010]
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AsteraceaeLayia platyglossatidy-tipsyesxSPECGrO
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AsteraceaeLessingia glandulifera var. glanduliferavalley lessingiayesxSPECE, Ch LA
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AsteraceaeLessingia hololeuca #woolly-headed lessingia #yesxSPECGr, bare areas, roadsSI
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AsteraceaeMadia exiguathreadstem madia?SPECWI
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AsteraceaeMadia gracilisyesxSPECE, Gr
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AsteraceaeMicropus californicus var. californicusslender cottonweedyesxSPECGrC
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AsteraceaeMicroseris douglasii ssp. douglasiiDouglas' microserisyesxSPECGrOWI/IN
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AsteraceaeMicroseris douglasii ssp. tenelladelicate Douglas microserisyesxSPECGrU (1 station)
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AsteraceaeMonolopia gracilensyesLRVn. facing Ch, woodland
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AsteraceaePicris echioides *bristly ox-tongue *?SPEC
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AsteraceaePsilocarphus tenellus var. tenellusslender woolly-headsyesxSPEC
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AsteraceaeRigiopappus leptocladusrigiopappusyesx; RSPECEUWI
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AsteraceaeStebbinsoseris heterocarpaderived microserisyesSPEC
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AsteraceaeUropappus lindleyisilver puffsyesSPEC
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AsteraceaeWyethia angustifolianarrow-leaved mule ears?SPECGr near serpentineO
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BerberidaceaeBerberis pinnata ssp. pinnataCalifornia barberryyesx; RSPECW
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BoraginaceaeCryptantha clevelandiiCleveland's cryptantha?BE/SI
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BoraginaceaeCryptantha flaccidaflaccid cryptanthayesx; RSPECE, bare areasO; LA in West Serpentine ChaparralWI
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BoraginaceaeCryptantha torreyanaTorrey's cryptantha?SPEC
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BoraginaceaePlagiobothrys bracteatusbracted popcornfloweryes; RLRVGr
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BrassicaceaeAthysanus pusillusAthysanus pusillusyesx; RSPECE, bare areasU
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BrassicaceaeArabis blepharophyllacoast rock cressyes; RLRVArea H serpentinesingle collection of three plants
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BrassicaceaeGuillenia lasiophyllaCalifornia mustardyesx; RSPECrock outcropsU
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BrassicaceaeLepidium nitidum var. nitidumshining peppergrassyesxSPECGr, roadsC
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CampanulaceaeCampanula griffiniiGriffin harebellyesx; RSPECE, bare areasUSE
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CampanulaceaeHeterocodon rariflorum?SPECU
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CampanulaceaeTriodanis biflorasmall Venus looking-glass?LRV
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CaprLonicera hispidulahairy honeysuckleyesxSPECChC
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CaryophyllaceaeMinuartia douglasiiDouglas sandwortyesx; RSPECGr, openings in ChO; LA in West Serpentine ChaparralSI
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CaryophyllaceaeSagina apetaladwarf pearlwortyesSPEC
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CaryophyllaceaeSagina decumbens ssp. occidentaliswestern pearlwortyesSPEC
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CaryophyllaceaeSilene californicaCalifornia Indian pinkyesxSPECCh,W,ELA
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CaryophyllaceaeSilene gallica *common catchfly *yesxSPECGr Rd FU
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CaryophyllaceaeSpergularia sp. *yesxGr Rd FO
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CaryophyllaceaeStellaria media *common chickweed *yesxSPECGrO
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Caryophyllaceae Stellaria nitensshining chickweedyesx; RSPECGr around rocks, EU
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ConvolvulaceaeCalystegia purpurata ssp. purpuratamorning-glory?SPEC
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ConvolvulaceaeCalystegia subacaulis ssp. subacaulishill morning-gloryyesxSPECGrO
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CrassulaceaeCrassula connatasand pygmy-weedyesxSPECRoads, bare areasLA
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EricaceaeArbutus menziesiiPacific madroneyesxSPECChO
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EuphorbiaceaeEremocarpus setigerusturkey mullein?SPECGrO
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EuphorbiaceaeEuphorbia spathulatareticulate-seeded spurgeyesxSPECGrC
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FabaceaeAcacia dealbatayesxSPECBear CreekLA
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FabaceaeAstragalus gambelianusGambell's dwarf locoweedyesx; RSPECGr, Rd. FC
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FabaceaeLotus humistratusshort-podded trefoilyesxSPECGr
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FabaceaeLotus micranthussmall-flowered trefoil?SPEC
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FabaceaeLotus scoparius var. scopariusCalifornia broom?SPECCh
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FabaceaeLotus wrangelianusChile trefoilyesxSPECGr
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FabaceaeMedicago polymorpha *California burclover *yesxSPECEx, Rd F
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FabaceaeRupertia physodesCalifornia teayesxSPECLittle b extension under leather oakU
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FabaceaeTrifolium albopurpureum var. albopurpureumcommon Indian cloveryesxSPECGr
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FabaceaeTrifolium albopurpureum var. dichotomumbranched Indian clover?SPECGr
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FabaceaeTrifolium barbigerum var. barbigerumbearded cloveryesSPECGr
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FabaceaeTrifolium bifidum var. bifidumnotch-leaved cloveryesxSPECGr (Area H)
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FabaceaeTrifolium bifidum var. decipiensdeceptive cloveryesSPECGr
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