Move to List 1B? Previously on List 4.3; apparently rarer than previously thought. May not be distinct from D. gypsophilum; a synonym of this plant in TJM 2. Needs further study. Threatened by grazing. Possibly threatened by road widening. See Brittonia 8(1):5 (1954) for original description, and Madroño 48(2):90-97 (2001) for alternate taxonomic treatment.
California Counties and Islands:name (code) Monterey (MNT), San Luis Obispo (SLO)
Quads:name (DWR code) USGS code Oiler Peak (238D) 35118C5, La Panza Ranch (244B) 35120D2, Camatta Ranch (245A) 35120D3, Paso Robles (269B) 35120F6, Templeton (269C) 35120E6, Adelaida (270A) 35120F7, Cypress Mountain (270C) 35120E8, The Dark Hole (292A) 35120H3, Hames Valley (294B) 35120H8, Tierra Redonda Mountain (294C) 35120G8, Bradley (294D) 35120G7, Williams Hill (295A) 35121H1, Bryson (295D) 35121G1, San Ardo (317C) 36120A8, Pancho Rico Valley (317D) 36120A7
Definitions of codes preceding a county and/or quad:
Uncertain about distribution or identity
Uncertain about distribution, but presumed extirpated if once present
Occurrence confirmed, but possibly extirpated
Species may be present in other areas where conditions are favorable.
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