Castilleja lasiorhyncha is primarily found in the San Bernardino Mountains among the yellow-pine forests and chaparral plant communities. Also known as the San Bernardino Mountain’s Owl Clover, it grows in pebble-plain sediment and produces yellow blossoms through the early summer months. Current threats to this species include vehicle use and recreational activity.
Photo Credit: Rancho Santa Ana
C. lasiorhyncha prefers pebble pebble plains and meadows in chaparral and pine forest communities in higher elevations.
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