Klamath-Siskiyou Serpentines Endemics Photo Gallery

Strict Endemics

Strict endemics are defined as a plant with greater than 95% of its occurrences on serpentine environments, as defined by Safford et. al., 2005 (PDF, 183 KB).

Arabis aculeolata
Arabis aculeolata. Photo by Jennifer Kalt.

Arabis aculeolata
Arabis aculeolata. Photo by Jennifer Kalt.

Arabis koehler var. stipitata
Arabis koehler var. stipitata. Photo by D. Imper © CNPS.

Arnica cernua
Arnica cernua. Photo by Br. Alfred Brousseau, College of St. Mary, California.

Balsamorhiza sericea
Balsamorhiza sericea. Photo by Jennifer Kalt.

Balsamorhiza sericea
Balsamorhiza sericea. Photo by Julie Kierstead Nelson.

Calochortus greenei
Calochortus greenei. Photo by Gary Monroe.

Calochortus greenei
Calochortus greenei. Photo by Dr. Dean William Taylor, Jepson Herbarium.

Carex serpenticola
Carex serpenticola. Photo by Norman Jensen, Photo·grafica botanii.

Castilleja hispida ssp. brevilobata
Castilleja hispida ssp. brevilobata. Photo by Gary Monroe.

Chaenactis suffrutescens
Chaenactis suffrutescens. Photo by Shauna Hee.

Chaenactis suffrutescens
Chaenactis suffrutescens. Photo by Shauna Hee.

Draba carnosula
Draba carnosula. Photo by Dr. Dean William Taylor, Jepson Herbarium.

Epilobium siskiyouense
Epilobium siskiyouense. Photo by Ken DeCamp.

Eriogonum alpinum
Eriogonum alpinum. Photo courtesy of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest.

Eriogonum pendulum
Eriogonum pendulum. Photo by John McRae.

Galium serpenticum ssp. scotticum
Galium serpenticum ssp. scotticum. Photo courtesy of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest.

Horkelia sericata
Horkelia sericata. Photo by John McRae.

yellow Iris bracteata.
Iris bracteata, yellow color form. Photo by Kenneth Walker, Society for Pacific Coast Native Iris.

white Iris bracteata.
Iris bracteata, white color form. Photo by Ferrel, Society for Pacific Coast Native Iris.

Lilium bolanderi
Lilium bolanderi. Photo by Rick York © CNPS.

Lilium bolanderi
Lilium bolanderi. Photo by Gary Monroe.

Lomatium howellii
Lomatium howellii. Photo by Rick York © CNPS.

Minuartia howellii
Minuartia howellii. Photo by Nathan Bello.

Minuartia howellii
Minuartia howellii. Photo by Nathan Bello.

Minuartia rosei close-up
Minuartia rosei. Photo by Shauna Hee.

Minuartia rosei habitat
Minuartia rosei habitat. Photo by Shauna Hee.

Minuartia stolonifera
Minuartia stolonifera. Photo by Julie Kierstead Nelson.

Orthocarpus pachystachyus
Orthocarpus pachystachyus. Photo by Dr. Dean William Taylor, Jepson Herbarium.

Phacelia dalesiana
Phacelia dalesiana. Photo by Ken DeCamp.

Phacelia greenei
Phacelia greenei. Photo by Dr. Dean William Taylor, Jepson Herbarium.

Phlox hirsuta
Phlox hirsuta. Photo by Norman Jensen, Photo·grafica botanii.

Raillardella pringlei
Raillardella pringlei. Photo by Shauna Hee.

Raillardella pringlei
Raillardella pringlei. Photo by Shauna Hee.

Raillardella pringlei
Raillardella pringlei. Photo by Julie Kierstead Nelson.

Salix delnortensis
Salix delnortensis. Photo by Norman Jensen, Photo·grafica botanii.

Silene serpentinicola
Silene serpentinicola. Photo by Norman Jensen, Photo·grafica botanii.

Streptanthus barbatus
Streptanthus barbatus. Photo by John Game.

Streptanthus barbatus
Streptanthus barbatus. Photo by Shawn DeCew.

Streptanthus howellii
Streptanthus howellii. Photo by Rick York © CNPS.

Streptanthus howellii
Streptanthus howellii. Photo by Sydney Carothers.

Broad Endemics

Broad endemics are defined as a plant with about 85% to 94% of its occurrences on serpentine environments, as defined by Safford et. al., 2005 (PDF, 183 KB).

Arctostaphylos klamathensis
Arctostaphylos klamathensis. Photo by Julie Kierstead Nelson.

Epilobium oreganum
Epilobium oreganum. Photo by Dr. Dean William Taylor, Jepson Herbarium.

Erigeron foliosus var. confinis
Erigeron foliosus var. confinis. Photo by Br. Alfred Brousseau, College of St. Mary, California.

Erythronium citrinum
Erythronium citrinum. Photo by Jenny Moore.

Erythronium citrinum var. citrinum
Erythronium citrinum var. citrinum. Photo by Shawn DeCew.

Lilium washingtonianum var. purpurea
Lilium washingtonianum var. purpurea. Photo by Br. Alfred Brousseau, College of St. Mary, California.

Mimulus primuloides ssp. linearifolius
Mimulus primuloides ssp. linearifolius. Photo by Julie Kierstead Nelson.

Phacelia pringlei
Phacelia pringlei. Photo by Br. Alfred Brousseau, College of St. Mary, California.

Pyrrocoma racemosa var. pinetorum
Pyrrocoma racemosa var. pinetorum. Photo by Shauna Hee.

Pyrrocoma racemosa var. pinetorum
Pyrrocoma racemosa var. pinetorum. Photo by Shauna Hee.

Saxifraga howellii
Saxifraga howellii. Photo by Norman Jensen, Photo·grafica botanii.

Trichostema laxum
Trichostema laxum. Photo by Br. Alfred Brousseau, College of St. Mary, California.

Broad Endemics - Strong Indicators

Broad endemics - strong indicators species are defined as a plant with 75% to 84% of its occurrences on serpentine environments, as defined by Safford et. al., 2005 (PDF, 183 KB).

Epilobium rigidum
Epilobium rigidum. Photo by Norman Jensen, Photo·grafica botanii.

Eriogonum congdonii
Eriogonum congdonii. Photo by Dr. Dean William Taylor, Jepson Herbarium.

Eriogonum siskiyouense
Eriogonum siskiyouense. Photo by Ken DeCamp.

Harmonia doris-nilesiae
Harmonia doris-nilesiae. Photo by Dr. Dean William Taylor, Jepson Herbarium.

Harmonia doris-nilesiae
Harmonia doris-nilesiae. Photo by Shauna Hee.

Ivesia pickeringii
Ivesia pickeringii. Photo by Dr. Dean William Taylor, Jepson Herbarium.

Lathyrus delnorticus
Lathyrus delnorticus. Photo by Norman Jensen, Photo·grafica botanii.

Lewisia oppositifolia
Lewisia oppositifolia. Photo by Norman Jensen, Photo·grafica botanii.

Packera macounii
Packera macounii. Photo by Br. Alfred Brousseau, College of St. Mary, California.

Penstemon filiformis
Penstemon filiformis. Photo by Dr. Dean William Taylor, Jepson Herbarium.

Sanicula peckiana
Sanicula peckiana. Photo by Br. Alfred Brousseau, College of St. Mary, California.

Veronica copelandii
Veronica copelandii. Photo by Ken DeCamp.

Strong Indicators

Strong indicators are defined as a plant with 65% to 74% of its occurrences on serpentine environments, as defined by Safford et. al., 2005 (PDF, 183 KB).

Eriogonum diclinum
Eriogonum diclinum. Photo by Dr. Dean William Taylor, Jepson Herbarium.

Erythronium hendersonii
Erythronium hendersonii. Photo by Shawn DeCew.

Potentilla cristae
Potentilla cristae. Photo by John Game.

Potentilla cristae
Potentilla cristae. Photo by John Game.

Veronica copelandii
Veronica copelandii. Photo by John Game.

Our thanks to CalPhotos and its many contributors for many of the pictures in this photo gallery.