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

Mt. Ashland lupine.
This lupine is characterized by its dwarf stature and hairy foliage. Photo by Julie Knorr.

Mt. Ashland lupine flowers.
Flowers of this and other lupines have the typical shape of pea family (Fabaceae) flowers. Photo by Ken DeCamp.

Mt. Ashland lupine habitat.
Mt. Ashland lupine grows near the summit of Mt. Ashland in the Siskiyou Range, on the Oregon/California border. Photo by Julie Knorr.

Lupinus aridus ssp. ashlandensis range map.
Lupinus aridus ssp. ashlandensis range map.

Lupinus aridus ssp. ashlandensis, Mt. Ashland lupine

  • Also known as: Lupinus lepidus var. ashlandensis

Threats

  • Known from a single site; threatened by ski area development

Conservation Status

National Forest and Grassland Occurrence

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