Ivesia baileyi var. baileyi
Basal leaves: sheathing base densely glandular abaxially, sometimes sparsely strigose. Pedicels 2–5 mm at flowering, to 12 mm in fruit. Flowers (1–) 5–30, 4–7 mm diam.; epicalyx bractlets broadly lanceolate to ovate, 1.2–2.5 mm, ± 3/4 to as long as sepals; hypanthium interior yellow to golden; sepals (2–) 2.5–4 mm; petals pale-yellow; filaments yellow, anther margins not reddish. Achenes ± 1.5 mm, smooth.
Phenology: Flowering summer.
Habitat: Crevices on north-facing cliffs or similarly protected sites in canyons and on rocky outcrops mainly of volcanic origin, in sagebrush communities, conifer woodlands
Elevation: 1300–2600 m
Of conservation concern.
Variety baileyi occurs from Lassen and Plumas counties, California, to Churchill, Humboldt, and Pershing counties, Nevada.
"dm" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.