Checklist of All Taxa from Survey of Willow and Tahquitz Creeks, San Jacinto Mountains

Tom Chester, Dave Stith, William Schlegel, RT Hawke, and Mike Crouse

This is the list of all taxa found in our survey of Willow and Tahquitz Creeks, San Jacinto Mountains in 2009; see A Quantitative Flora of Willow and Tahquitz Creeks, San Jacinto Mountains for details on the survey, and for an explanation of the columns.

Version for printing, without lines and other text on this page: html (6 pages) or pdf Clickbook booklet (2 double-sided page). (See printing instructions for an explanation of these options)

This checklist is sorted first by category - ferns, dicots, and monocots - and then by family and scientific name. The Family and Scientific Name are from the 1993 Jepson Manual. An asterisk before the Common Name indicates a non-native taxon.

Twenty two species have notes on their determinations, abundances, or have additional information given for them. The scientific name of those species, followed by a superscript + sign (that might be underlined by your browser indicating the link), is linked to an entry in a separate file giving those notes.

The other columns give the following information:

ColumnMeaning
#SThe total number of surveys in which each taxon was found.
#PlThis is our estimate of the minimum number of plants for each taxon in each of our surveys. The maximum value is 99 plants. The main intent of this column is to indicate the species for which we found few plants.
Sum #PlThis is the sum, over all 15 surveys, of the minimum number of plants for each taxon in each survey. Since it is a sum of minimum numbers, it is not a true estimate of the abundance for very abundant plants. The maximum value is 15 * 99 = 1485.
#LocThis is the minimum number of locations for each taxon in each survey. The maximum value is 9 locations. The main intent of this column is to indicate the species for which we found few plants or locations.
Sum #LocThis is the sum, over all 15 surveys, of the minimum number of locations for each taxon in each survey. Since it is a sum of minimum numbers, it is not a true estimate of the abundance for very abundant plants. The maximum value is 14 * 9 + 3 = 129, since the maximum value for one of the Willow Creek surveys was 3, instead of the usual 9, due to its short survey.
RIf a taxon grows in riparian areas, including creeks, wet meadows, seeps, springs, or in moist drainages, a R is given in this column. Such a designation does not imply that a species grows only in such areas. For example, Carex fracta grows in dryish areas as well as wet areas.

This checklist only gives the summary of the abundance data, and so does not have the individual abundance numbers from each survey.

#JM FamilyScientific Name(*)Common Name#SSum #PlSum #LocR
1DennstaedtiaceaePteridium aquilinum var. pubescensbracken141268105R
2DryopteridaceaeAthyrium filix-femina var. cyclosorumsubarctic lady-fern1215939R
3DryopteridaceaeCystopteris fragilisbrittle bladder fern1539576R
4EquisetaceaeEquisetum hyemale ssp. affinehorsetail866437R
5PolypodiaceaePolypodium hesperiumwestern polypody5436 
6PteridaceaePellaea mucronata var. californicaCalifornia cliff-brake1201 
7CupressaceaeCalocedrus decurrensincense-cedar951261R
8PinaceaeAbies concolorwhite fir151347125 
9PinaceaePinus contorta ssp. murrayanalodgepole pine66515 
10PinaceaePinus jeffreyiJeffrey pine151220119 
11PinaceaePinus lambertianasugar pine1321655 
12ApiaceaeOsmorhiza chilensismountain sweet-cicely4167R
13ApiaceaePerideridia parishiiParish's yampah4185R
14ApiaceaeSphenosciadium capitellatumranger's buttons1229257R
15AsteraceaeAchillea millefoliumyarrow1583676R
16AsteraceaeAgeratina occidentaliswestern snakeroot1101R
17AsteraceaeAntennaria rosearosy everlasting, pussytoes2123R
18AsteraceaeArtemisia dracunculuswild tarragon1233133R
19AsteraceaeArtemisia ludoviciana ssp. incomptamountain mugwort1020618 
20AsteraceaeAster occidentalis var. occidentalis+western mountain aster3746R
21AsteraceaeBrickellia californica+California brickellbush111R
22AsteraceaeChrysothamnus nauseosus ssp. bernardinusSan Bernardino rubber rabbitbrush93413 
23AsteraceaeEricameria cuneata var. cuneatarock goldenbush1101 
24AsteraceaeErigeron foliosus var. foliosusleafy daisy77310 
25AsteraceaeEriophyllum confertiflorum var. confertiflorumgolden yarrow1503 
26AsteraceaeGnaphalium californicumCalifornia everlasting131 
27AsteraceaeGnaphalium canescens ssp. thermaleslender everlasting912138R
28AsteraceaeHieracium albiflorumwhite hawkweed3153 
29AsteraceaeHieracium horridumprickly hawkweed4107 
30AsteraceaeHulsea vestita ssp. callicarphabeautiful hulsea3165 
31AsteraceaeLessingia filaginifolia var. filaginifoliaCalifornia-aster41236 
32AsteraceaeSenecio triangularisarrowhead butterweed1505R
33AsteraceaeSolidago californicagoldenrod617016 
34AsteraceaeTaraxacum officinale*common dandelion4126R
35BrassicaceaeArabis holboellii var. pinetorumpinewoods rock-cress7179 
36BrassicaceaeArabis repanda var. repandaYosemite rockcress1221 
37BrassicaceaeErysimum capitatum ssp. capitatumwestern wallflower108726 
38CaprifoliaceaeSambucus mexicanablue elderberry233 
39CaprifoliaceaeSymphoricarpos rotundifolius var. parishiiParish's snowberry1022642 
40CaryophyllaceaeSagina saginoidespearlwort1326042R
41CaryophyllaceaeSilene verecunda ssp. platyotawhite catch-fly1215929 
42CaryophyllaceaeStellaria calycantha+northern starwort2153R
43ChenopodiaceaeChenopodium atrovirensforest goosefoot4315 
44ChenopodiaceaeChenopodium fremontiiFremont's goosefoot4156 
45ChenopodiaceaeChenopodium pratericolameadow goosefoot282 
46CrassulaceaeDudleya saxosa ssp. aloidesdesert dudleya1201 
47DatiscaceaeDatisca glomerataDurango root1102R
48EricaceaeArctostaphylos patulagreen-leaf manzanita68312 
49EricaceaeArctostaphylos pringlei ssp. drupaceapink-bracted manzanita333 
50EricaceaeChimaphila menziesiilittle prince's pine375 
51EricaceaePterospora andromedeapinedrops82011 
52EricaceaePyrola pictawhite-veined wintergreen454 
53EricaceaeRhododendron occidentalewestern azalea1374776R
54EricaceaeSarcodes sanguineasnow-plant95819 
55FabaceaeAmorpha californica var. californicaCalifornia false-indigo526938R
56FabaceaeLotus crassifolius var. crassifoliusbroad-leaved lotus5606 
57FabaceaeLotus nevadensis var. nevadensisSierra Nevada lotus1211427 
58FabaceaeLotus oblongifolius var. oblongifoliusstreambank lotus1269567R
59FabaceaeLupinus excubitus var. austromontanusmountain grape-soda lupine121 
60FabaceaeLupinus hyacinthinusSan Jacinto lupine1242435 
61FabaceaeLupinus latifolius var. parishii+Parish's lupine4229R
62FabaceaeLupinus polyphyllus var. burkei+bigleaf lupine834041R
63FabaceaeTrifolium microcephalumsmall-head field clover111 
64FabaceaeTrifolium monanthum var. grantianummountain carpet clover1580589R
65FagaceaeChrysolepis sempervirensbush chinquapin1213630 
66FagaceaeQuercus chrysolepiscanyon live oak1028736R
67FagaceaeQuercus wislizeni var. frutescensinterior live oak233 
68GarryaceaeGarrya fremontiiFremont silk tassel1302 
69GeraniaceaeGeranium californicumCalifornia geranium1114929R
70GrossulariaceaeRibes cereum var. cereumwax currant75016 
71GrossulariaceaeRibes montigenum+mountain gooseberry151R
72GrossulariaceaeRibes nevadensemountain pink currant1438774R
73GrossulariaceaeRibes roezlii var. roezliiSierra gooseberry84518 
74HydrophyllaceaePhacelia mutabilischangeable phacelia1353863 
75HypericaceaeHypericum anagalloidestinker's penny58813R
76HypericaceaeHypericum formosum var. scouleriScouler's St. Johnswort111R
77LamiaceaeMonardella nana ssp. tenuiflorashort-flowered monardella1122822 
78LamiaceaeStachys ajugoides var. rigidarigid hedge-nettle1493287R
79OnagraceaeEpilobium angustifolium ssp. circumvagumfireweed1539845R
80OnagraceaeEpilobium canum ssp. latifoliummountain California-fuchsia1138034 
81OnagraceaeEpilobium ciliatum+willowherb1541976R
82OnagraceaeEpilobium glaberrimum ssp. glaberrimumglaucus willowherb1243360R
83OnagraceaeGayophytum diffusum ssp. parviflorum+groundsmoke1503 
84OnagraceaeGayophytum oligospermum+pinegrove groundsmoke1443853 
85PolemoniaceaeAllophyllum divaricatumpurple false-gilia1023318 
86PolemoniaceaeEriastrum sapphirinumsapphire woolly-star1101 
87PolemoniaceaeGilia splendens ssp. splendenssplendid gilia131 
88PolemoniaceaeLeptodactylon pungensgranite prickly phlox3243 
89PolemoniaceaeLinanthus ciliatuswhisker-brush1201 
90PolygonaceaeEriogonum apiculatumSan Jacinto buckwheat718411 
91PolygonaceaeEriogonum nudum var. pauciflorumnaked buckwheat1459870 
92PolygonaceaeEriogonum umbellatum var. munziisulphur buckwheat353 
93PolygonaceaeEriogonum wrightii var. subscaposumWright's buckwheat52599 
94PolygonaceaePolygonum bistortoideswestern bistort111R
95PolygonaceaePolygonum douglasii ssp. douglasiiDouglas' knotweed4297R
96PolygonaceaeRumex acetosella*common sheep sorrel2253R
97PolygonaceaeRumex salicifolius var. salicifoliuswillow-leaved dock1324447R
98PortulacaceaeCalyptridium parryi var. parryiParry's sand cress1201 
99PortulacaceaeMontia chamissoitoad lily2323R
100RanunculaceaeAquilegia formosawestern columbine15955103R
101RanunculaceaeRanunculus alismifolius var. alismellus+slender buttercup151R
102RanunculaceaeThalictrum fendleri var. fendleriFendler's meadow-rue910421R
103RhamnaceaeCeanothus cordulatusmountain whitethorn1357871 
104RhamnaceaeRhamnus californica+California coffeeberry477 
105RosaceaeAmelanchier utahensisUtah service-berry6319R
106RosaceaeFragaria vescawoodland strawberry1501R
107RosaceaeHorkelia clevelandiiCleveland's horkelia71029R
108RosaceaeIvesia saxosarock ivesia1501 
109RosaceaeMalus sylvestris+*domestic apple222R
110RosaceaePotentilla glandulosa ssp. nevadensis+Nevada cinquefoil639740R
111RosaceaePotentilla glandulosa ssp. reflexa+sticky cinquefoil964573R
112RosaceaePrunus emarginatabitter cherry831124 
113RosaceaeRubus parviflorusthimbleberry1275558R
114RubiaceaeGalium angustifolium ssp. angustifolium+narrowleaf bedstraw3433 
115RubiaceaeGalium parishiiParish's bedstraw4445 
116RubiaceaeKelloggia galioidesbreakfast bedstraw1101 
117SalicaceaePopulus balsamifera ssp. trichocarpablack cottonwood1405R
118SalicaceaeSalix lasiolepisarroyo willow39119R
119SalicaceaeSalix luteayellow willow1465384R
120SalicaceaeSalix scoulerianaScouler's willow1534362R
121SaxifragaceaeHeuchera hirsutissimashaggy-haired alumroot618011 
122ScrophulariaceaeCastilleja applegatei ssp. martiniiMartin's paintbrush284 
123ScrophulariaceaeCastilleja miniata ssp. miniatagiant red paintbrush1465874R
124ScrophulariaceaeCordylanthus neviniiNevin's bird's beak46110 
125ScrophulariaceaeKeckiella rothrockii var. jacintensisSan Jacinto Mts. keckiella710419 
126ScrophulariaceaeMimulus cardinalisscarlet monkeyflower827424R
127ScrophulariaceaeMimulus moschatusmusk monkeyflower141051100R
128ScrophulariaceaeMimulus pilosusfalse monkeyflower3353R
129ScrophulariaceaeMimulus primuloides ssp. primuloidesprimrose monkeyflower52199R
130ScrophulariaceaeMimulus tilingiilarger mountain monkeyflower1593396R
131ScrophulariaceaePedicularis semibarbatapine lousewort824028 
132ScrophulariaceaePenstemon grinnellii var. grinnelliiGrinnell's beardtongue384 
133ScrophulariaceaePenstemon labrosus+San Gabriel beardtongue272 
134ScrophulariaceaePenstemon rostriflorus+beaked penstemon1331552 
135ScrophulariaceaeVeronica serpyllifolia ssp. humifusathyme-leaved speedwell613720R
136UrticaceaeUrtica dioica ssp. holosericeastinging nettle415015R
137ViolaceaeViola macloskeyismall white violet1048342R
138ViscaceaeArceuthobium abietinumfir dwarf-mistletoe55111 
139ViscaceaeArceuthobium campylopodumpine dwarf-mistletoe333 
140ViscaceaePhoradendron libocedriincense-cedar mistletoe111 
141ViscaceaePhoradendron pauciflorumfir mistletoe122 
142ViscaceaePhoradendron villosumoak mistletoe111 
143CyperaceaeCarex abruptaabrupt-beak sedge813524R
144CyperaceaeCarex fractafragile sheath sedge151073118R
145CyperaceaeCarex heteroneura var. heteroneuravari-nerved sedge2554R
146CyperaceaeCarex hoodiiHood's sedge455R
147CyperaceaeCarex mariposanaMariposa sedge1102 
148CyperaceaeCarex rossiiRoss' sedge121 
149CyperaceaeCarex sentaswamp sedge151485117R
150IridaceaeSisyrinchium bellumblue-eyed grass151R
151JuncaceaeJuncus duraniiDuran's rush354R
152JuncaceaeJuncus longistylis+long-styled rush75916R
153JuncaceaeJuncus mexicanusMexican rush1502R
154JuncaceaeJuncus phaeocephalus var. paniculatusspreading brown-headed rush1460658R
155JuncaceaeLuzula comosahairy wood rush1149252R
156LiliaceaeCalochortus invenustusplain mariposa lily272 
157LiliaceaeLilium parryilemon lily151237108R
158LiliaceaeSmilacina racemosalarge false-solomon's-seal1201 
159LiliaceaeSmilacina stellatalittle false-solomon's-seal427818R
160LiliaceaeVeratrum californicum var. californicumCalifornia corn lily526813R
161OrchidaceaeCorallorhiza maculataspotted coralroot333 
162OrchidaceaePlatanthera leucostachyswhite bog orchid394R
163PoaceaeAchnatherum occidentale ssp. pubescensElmer's needlegrass3423 
164PoaceaeAchnatherum parishiiParish's needlegrass151 
165PoaceaeAgrostis exarataspike bentgrass845754R
166PoaceaeAgrostis idahoensisIdaho bentgrass151387129R
167PoaceaeAgrostis scabrarough bentgrass712917R
168PoaceaeBromus carinatus var. carinatusCalifornia brome88815R
169PoaceaeBromus ciliatusfringed brome1119140R
170PoaceaeBromus orcuttianus var. hallii+Orcutt's brome2605 
171PoaceaeBromus tectorum*downy brome1301 
172PoaceaeDeschampsia elongataslender hairgrass151121111R
173PoaceaeElymus elymoidessquirreltail7269 
174PoaceaeElymus glaucusblue wildrye1344078R
175PoaceaeElymus trachycaulusslender wheatgrass3405 
176PoaceaeElytrigia intermedia ssp. intermedia+*intermediate wheatgrass21292R
177PoaceaeGlyceria elatatall mannagrass151140108R
178PoaceaeMuhlenbergia andinafoxtail muhly914124R
179PoaceaeMuhlenbergia richardsonismat muhly7898R
180PoaceaeMuhlenbergia rigensdeergrass2434R
181PoaceaePhleum alpinummountain timothy57616R
182PoaceaePoa bolanderiBolander's blue grass1202R
183PoaceaePoa pratensis ssp. agassizensis+Kentucky blue grass1453556R
184PoaceaePoa secunda ssp. juncifolia+rush blue grass1101 
185PoaceaeTrisetum canescensnodding oatgrass1117035R


Go to:




Copyright © 2009 by Tom Chester, Dave Stith, William Schlegel, RT Hawke, and Mike Crouse.
Commercial rights reserved. Permission is granted to reproduce any or all of this page for individual or non-profit institutional internal use as long as credit is given to us at this source:
http://tchester.org/sj/flora/willow_tahquitz_creeks_all.html
Comments and feedback: Tom Chester
Last update: 24 October 2009