Ivesia kingii var. kingii
Plants usually grayish green to silvery; caudices simple or few branched. Basal leaves: petioles of inner leaves usually glabrous, sometimes with sparse to dense, appressed or ascending hairs 0.5–2 mm; leaflets 15–40 per side, loosely to tightly overlapping, individually ± distinguishable, glabrous or ± sericeous or villous. Inflorescences 10–100-flowered, 2–12 cm diam.
Phenology: Flowering summer.
Habitat: Damp alkali-crusted valley bottoms, in saltbush and saltgrass communities
Elevation: 1200–2400 m
Calif., Nev., Utah.
Of conservation concern.
Variety kingii is found across the Great Basin from eastern California to western Utah.
No values specified."dm" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.