Ecology Photo of the Month


This picture shows a leopard lily (Lilium pardalinum subsp. pardalinum). During surveys this summer in the Mount Hamilton regioin of the Diablo Range, Nomad senior botanist Heath Bartosh found and collected a specimen from this unrecorded population. This species had not been known from the Mount Hamilton Region based on Helen K. Sharsmith’s “Flora of the Mount Hamilton Range” until now.

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