Ivesia aperta var. canina
Brittonia 40: 398, fig. 1. 1988.
Stems decumbent to ascending. Flowers (10–) 20–120, fewer than 10 per glomerule, 8–12 mm diam.; hypanthium (3–) 3.5–5 mm diam.; petals narrowly to broadly obovate, usually 4–7 mm, ± equal to sepals; filaments 2–4 mm; styles 3–4 mm.
Phenology: Flowering summer.
Habitat: Dry meadows, edges of seeps, slopes, and flats, on vernally saturated volcanic soil, in sagebrush and grass communities, conifer woodlands
Elevation: 1600–2000 m
Of conservation concern.
Variety canina is known only from the Dog Valley area, Sierra County, California, and adjacent Washoe County, Nevada.
No values specified."dm" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.