CNPS.ORG Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants - 7th edition interface
v7-18mar 3-19-18
Status: record deinandra_minthornii - Wed, Dec. 1, 2021, 09:45 ET b
Deinandra minthornii
common nameSanta Susana tarplant
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life form deciduous shrub
CA Rare Plant Rank
List 1B.2
LIST 1B: Rare, threatened, or endangered in California and elsewhere.
     0.2: Fairly endangered in California
state rank
S2      ranking system key
global rank
G2     G2: 6-20 occurrences OR 1,000-3,000 individuals OR 2,000-10,000 acres
Where did the "RED" code go?
CA state listingRare  11/78
federal listingNone  
where found
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Topographic quads (9):
Canoga Park (112A) 3411825, Calabasas (112B) 3411826, Malibu Beach (112C) 3411816, Topanga (112D) 3411815, Thousand Oaks (113A) 3411827, Triunfo Pass (113C) 3411818, Point Dume (113D) 3411817, Santa Susana (138C) 3411836, Oat Mountain (138D) 3411835
quad data info

Counties, states, regions:
Los Angeles (LAX), Ventura (VEN)
A reminder: Species not recorded for a given area may nonetheless be present, especially where favorable conditions occur.
CNPS habitats•Chaparral (Chprl)
•Coastal scrub (CoScr)/rocky
blooming period Jul-Nov  
elevation range280 - 760 meters
Threatened by development. Possibly threatened by non-native plants. State-listed as Hemizonia minthornii; see this name in The Jepson Manual. See Manual of the Flowering Plants of California, p. 1092 (1925) by W.L. Jepson for original description, and Novon 9:462-471 (1999) for revised nomenclature.
full nameDeinandra minthornii (Jeps.) B.G. Baldwin
Version 8    INVENTORY VERSION 8 interface for this taxon, including GIS and more links

Additional information:
standard acronym   Element Code  PDAST4R0J0
Jepson Online Jepson Interchange  Jepson Manual and other resources
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Suggested citation: California Native Plant Society (CNPS). 2018. Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants (online edition, v7-18mar). California Native Plant Society. Sacramento, CA. Accessed on Wed, Dec. 1, 2021 from

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