Critically Imperiled Plant Profile
(Not Listed or Proposed under the Endangered Species Act)

Leptosiphon serrulatus.
Leptosiphon serrulatus. Photo by Chris Winchell.

Leptosiphon serrulatus range map.
Leptosiphon serrulatus range map.

Leptosiphon serrulatus, Madera linanthus
(also known as Linanthus serrulata)

Threats

  • Threats may include development and grazing, but more information is needed.

Conservation Status

National Forest and Grassland Occurrence

More Information

Leptosiphon serrulatus.

Long, slender flower tubes are typical in this and many Phlox family members. Photo by Chris Winchell.

Leptosiphon serrulatus.

As an annual, the population numbers vary from year to year according to rainfall and temperature. Photo by Chris Winchell.

Leptosiphon serrulatus.

This annual species grows in grassland openings among oaks and pines, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. Photo by Chris Winchell.

Leptosiphon serrulatus
Leptosiphon serrulatus. Photo by Chris Winchell.