Limnanthes vinculans, a New California Endemic

@article{Ornduff2008LimnanthesVA,
  title={Limnanthes vinculans, a New California Endemic},
  author={Robert Ornduff},
  journal={Brittonia},
  year={2008},
  volume={21},
  pages={11-14}
}
Limanthes vinculans (Limnanthaceae) is described as a new species belonging to section Reflexae. It is endemic to a small area of Sonoma County, California, and is most closely related toL. douglasii andL. bakeri. 

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