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Bodie Hills Rock Cress
(Arabis bodiensis )
Brassicaceae

Bodie Hills Rockcress; Photo Copyright University and Jepson Herbartia
Photo Copyright University and Jepson Herbartia

Description: Click for a drawing of the plant.

Distribution: Mono County, CA; West Nevada

Habitat: Pinyon-juniper community on rolling to steep topography in andesitic soils at elevations of 7500-9500 feet (2500-3100 m).

Flowering Period: June-July

Similar Plants: Arabis bodiensis could be confused with A. cobrensis based on the similarity of stem pubescence and with A. inyoensis based on the similarity of the widely spreading siliques. The gently curved, glabrous siliques distinguish A. bodiensis from the other two species.

Status: BLM Sensitive, California Native Plant Society List 1B

Field Office: Bishop


 
Last updated: 08-05-2010