Centromadia parryi subsp. australis
Novon 9: 466. 1999.
Leaves (and peduncular bracts) villous or hirsute to hirtellous, coarsely stipitate-glandular (glands yellow). Involucres 2.5–6 (–7) mm. Paleae sometimes with 2 purple lines (along inner edges of scarious margins). Ray laminae 2–4 mm. Anthers reddish to dark purple. 2n = 22.
Phenology: Flowering Jun–Oct.
Habitat: Inner edges of salt marshes, coastal grasslands, vernal pool edges and beds, openings in coastal scrub, often ± saline or alkaline sites
Elevation: 0–200 m
Calif., Mexico (Baja California)
Of conservation concern.
Subspecies australis occurs along the southern coast of California. Natural, ± sterile hybrids with Deinandra fasciculata have been documented from Santa Barbara County (B. D. Tanowitz 1977).