Hairy orcutt grass
Hairy Orcutt grass is a California endangered species, which means that killing or possessing the plant is prohibited by the California Endangered Species Act. Orcuttia pilosa Hoover. Hairy orcutt grass. Orcuttia pilosa, a monocot, is an annual grass that is native to California, and is endemic (limited) to California. Orcuttia pilosa is a rare species of grass known by the common name hairy Orcutt grass. It is endemic to the Central Valley of California, where it grows only in. Description. Orcuttia pilosa (hairy orcutt grass) was collected in from a single locality in eastern Stanislaus County, California, at the time these specimens were considered to be a more robust form of O. tenuis. The species was described O. pilosa three years later after examining additional collections from Merced and Madera counties in San Joaquin Valley. Orcuttia pilosa - hairy Orcutt grass (endangered) Orcuttia tenuis - slender Orcutt grass (threatened) Orcuttia viscida - Sacramento Orcutt grass (endangered) Ecology and distribution. All species of Orcuttia are associated with vernal pools, typically those ranging from 20– m Family: Poaceae. CDFW BIOS GIS Dataset, Contact: Cheryl Hickam, Description: These data identify, in general, the areas where final critical habitat for hairy Orcutt grass (Orcuttia pilosa), a vernal pool plant, occur. The purpose is to provide the user with a general idea of areas where final critical habitat for hairy Orcutt grass (Orcuttia pilosa), a vernal pool plant, yeusex.info: DatasetAuthor.