Cryptantha rattanii Greene
Pittonia 1: 160-161. 1888


[Cryptantha s.s. HOME]

Pronunciation:
Cryp-tán-tha  rat-tá-ni-i
Etymology:
After Volney Rattan (1840-1915), botanist, San Jose, California, who first collected this species
Synonyms:

Krynitzkia rattanii (Greene) Rattan, West Coast Botany 59. 1898
Cryptantha corollata I. M. Johnston subsp. rattanii (Greene) Abrams, Ill. Fl. Pacific States 3: 585. 1951
Types:


J. B. Hickman s.n., 1887, USA: California: Monterey County
   Holotype: NDG 01414
   Isotype: GH 00096075 (including a fragment of holotype)

Johnston's 1939 treatment

LEFT: Kartesz, J.T., The Biota of North America Program (BONAP). 2015. Taxonomic Data Center. (http://www.bonap.net/tdc).
Chapel Hill, N.C. [maps generated from Kartesz, J.T. 2015. Floristic Synthesis of North America, Version 1.0. Biota of North America Program (BONAP). (in press)]
COLOR KEY: Dark green =present in state; Light green=present in county, not rare;Yellow=present in county and rare; Orange=extirpated (historic).
RIGHT: Consortium of California Herbaria-CCH (http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/consortium), accessed 30 May 2014


Type Specimens:
J. B. Hickman s.n., 1887
Locality: USA: California: Monterey County
HOLOTYPE: NDG 01414
Image courtesy of Greene/Nieuwland Herbarium (NDG)
of the University of Notre Dame
(Notre Dame, Indiana, USA)


ISOTYPE: GH 00096075
Image courtesy of Gray Herbarium (GH)
of Harvard University
(Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA)

Exemplar specimen:




C. B. Wolf 3772, 21 July 1929 (POM 257522)
Locality: USA: California: Monterey County, Carmel River, 20 miles above Carmel
Courtesy of Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden Herbarium (RSA, POM),
(Claremont, California, USA)