Penstemon davidsonii var. praeteritus
Leafl. W. Bot. 10: 129. 1964.
Leaf-blades elliptic to ovate, sometimes spatulate, margins entire, apex obtuse to acute. Flowers: corolla bluish lavender to violet, (30–) 34–45 mm, sparsely white-lanate internally abaxially.
Phenology: Flowering May–Jul.
Habitat: Rock outcrops, talus slopes.
Elevation: 1500–2900 m.
Populations of var. praeteritus occur on isolated, relatively dry peaks in the Great Basin. It is known from the Jackson Mountains and Pine Forest and Santa Rosa ranges in Humboldt County, Nevada, and the Pueblo Mountains and Steens Mountain in Harney County, Oregon, and is disjunct to the west from the nearest populations of var. davidsonii by approximately 120 km.
"/3-3/4timescorollathroat" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.