Ivesia lycopodioides var. scandularis
Novon 17: 324. 2007.
Stems decumbent to ascending, 0.5–1.5 dm. Basal leaves 3–8 cm; leaflets tightly overlapping, short-hirsute, lobes obovate, 1–3 mm, apical setae (0–) 0.5–1 (–2) mm. Cauline leaves 0–1. Inflorescences usually ± capitate, 3–15 (–20) -flowered, 1–2 (–3) cm diam. Flowers 6–12 mm diam.; petals broadly obovate, 3–5 × 2–3 mm; filaments 1.2–1.5 mm; styles 2–3 mm.
Phenology: Flowering summer.
Habitat: Moist slopes, fellfields, in high-elevation sagebrush communities, subalpine to alpine conifer woodlands, alpine tundra
Elevation: 3000–4000 m
Variety scandularis is the only variety that occurs in the White Mountains of Inyo and Mono counties, California; scattered populations occur also on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada. Leaflet lobes are intermediate in size between those of the other two varieties and usually are tipped with a single bristle to 2 mm.
"dm" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.