Lewisia rediviva var. minor
Man. S. Calif. Bot., 598. 1935.
Basal leaf-blades clavate to narrowly oblanceolate, grooved adaxially. Flowers: sepals 10–12 (–15) mm; petals 15 mm; stamens 20–30; pedicel (1–) 3–8 mm.
Phenology: Flowering late spring–early summer.
Habitat: Dry rocky places
Elevation: 1900-2800 m
Calif., Nev., Utah.
Variety minor occurs at higher elevations than does var. rediviva and is known from the southern Sierra Nevada and Tooele County, Utah.