Johnstonella grayi (Vasey & Rose) Hasenstab & M. G. Simpson
var. nesiotica (I. M. Johnston) Hasenstab & M. G. Simpson
Syst. Bot. 37(3): 754. 2012


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Pronunciation:
John-sto-nél-la grày-i var. ne-si-ó-ti-ca
Etymology:
after Asa "Gray," American botanist, 1810-1888 + belonging to an island
Synonyms:

Cryptantha grayi (Vasey & Rose) J. F. Macbride var. nesiotica I. M. Johnston, Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. ser. 4, 12: 1146. 1924 (Basionym)
Cryptantha nesiotica (I. M. Johnst.) Brand, Pflanzenr. (Engler) Borrag.-Borraginoid.-Cryptanth. 42, 1931
Type:


I. M. Johnston 3947, 30 May 1921, MEXICO: Baja California Sur: San Francisco Island
HOLOTYPE: CAS 81343, barcode 0001907
ISOTYPES: GH 00096296, K 000478227, UC 207782, 251828, US 01209264 (barcode 00111048)

Treatment from:
Johnston, I. M. 1925. Cryptantha grayi. In: The North American species of Cryptantha. Pp. 39-40. Cambridge, Massachusetts.


Type Specimens:
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CAS 0001907
(HOLOTYPE)


GH 00096296
(ISOTYPE)

UC 207782
(ISOTYPE)

UC 251828
(ISOTYPE)

US 00111048
(ISOTYPE)
I. M. Johnston 3947, 30 May 1921, MEXICO: Baja California Sur: San Francisco Island


Currently Known Distribution of Cryptantha grayi var. nesiotica
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Courtesy of Bajaflora.org (2011-10-04)

Exemplars:
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Cryptantha grayi var. nesiotica
Moran 3913, 17 Apr 1952 (SD 50143)

Coronados Island, Baja California Sur, Mexico
26 06 N 111 18 W