CNPS.ORG Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants - 7th edition interface
v7-18mar 3-19-18
Status: record hoita_strobilina - Tue, Mar. 26, 2019 23:52 ET c
Hoita strobilina
common nameLoma Prieta hoita
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life formperennial herb
CA Rare Plant Rank
List 1B.1
LIST 1B: Rare, threatened, or endangered in California and elsewhere.
     0.1: Seriously 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 listingNone  
federal listingNone  
where found
MAPS - Use v8 link below.

Topographic quads (11):
Santa Cruz (387E) 3612281, Morgan Hill (406B) 3712126, Mount Madonna (406C) 3712116, Gilroy (406D) 3712115, Santa Teresa Hills (407A) 3712127, Los Gatos (407B) 3712128, Loma Prieta (407D) 3712117, Cupertino (428D) 3712231, Cedar Mountain (445D) 3712155, Oakland East (465C) 3712272, Richmond (466A) 3712283
quad data info

Counties, states, regions:
Alameda (ALA)*, Contra Costa (CCA), Santa Clara (SCL), Santa Cruz (SCR)
A reminder: Species not recorded for a given area may nonetheless be present, especially where favorable conditions occur.
CNPS habitats•Chaparral (Chprl)
•Cismontane woodland (CmWld)
•Riparian woodland (RpWld)/usually serpentinite, mesic
blooming period May-Jul(Aug),(Oct),   Months in parentheses are uncommon.
elevation range30 - 860 meters
Threatened by urbanization. Possibly threatened by feral pigs and foot traffic. See North American Flora 24:11 (1919) for revised nomenclature, and Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 61:1-114 (1990) for taxonomic treatment.
full nameHoita strobilina (H. & A.) Rydb.
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Additional information:
standard acronym  HOST3 Element Code  PDFAB5Z030
CalFlora species this taxon    CalFlora genus related taxa
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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 Tue, Mar. 26, 2019 from

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