Threatened, Endangered, and Proposed (TEP) Plant Profile
Brodiaea filifolia flower. Photo by Naomi Fraga.
Brodiaea filifolia inflorescence, showing umbellate arrangement of flowers typical of the genus. Photo by Naomi Fraga.
This habitat photo shows emergent Brodiaea filifolia foliage as dark green bands amongst lower stature Eurasian grasses, primarily wild oats (Avena barbata) and bromes (Bromus spp.) These bands are only visible within a few weeks of the season's first winter rains, after which the Brodiaea foliage becomes difficult to locate within the dense annual grass growth. Photo by by Vince Scheidt.
Brodiaea filifolia range map.
Brodiaea filifolia, thread-leaved brodiaea
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- Residential, industrial, and recreational development of habitat
- Disking for dry land farming or fire suppression
- Off-road vehicle activity
- Changes in hydrology
National Forest and Grassland Occurrence