Castilleja martini var. clokeyi
Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 21(4): 55. 1971.
Herbs 1.5–4 (–6) dm. Stems: hairs short or long and distally short, stiff, sometimes with short, leafy axillary shoots. Leaves 3–5-lobed. Bracts distally red or orange-red, lanceolate, 3–7-lobed, often with 1–3 shallow teeth on apex of central lobe; lobes lanceolate to oblanceolate, medium length. Calyces proximally whitish, 14–21 (–28) mm; abaxial and adaxial clefts 7–10 mm, 40–50% of calyx length; lobes lanceolate to broadly lanceolate, apex acute to sometimes obtuse. Corolla beaks 11–21 mm; abaxial lip green. 2n = 48.
Phenology: Flowering Jun–Aug.
Habitat: Dry rocky or gravelly slopes, open conifer forests, montane to subalpine.
Elevation: 1500–3200 m.
Variety clokeyi has a distinct distribution in the arid mountain ranges surrounding the Death Valley region of California and adjacent southwestern Nevada, where it usually occurs near timberline.
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