PBS meeting 2012

Nhu Nguyen xerantheum@gmail.com
Tue, 11 Oct 2011 11:28:39 PDT
Excellent, Mike. Thanks!

Ring Mountain is another nice place but we'll probably be too early for it.
We may be able to catch some Calochortus umbellatus and Allium lacunosum and
maybe some Triteleia/Brodiaea but most of the geophyte action don't occur
until late May-June.

On Mt. Diablo we should be able to see everything that I've listed at the
end of April. We may be able to see C. amabilis as well and there is a very
slim possibility of seeing Calochortus luteus and C. venustus and the buds
of C. albus will wave at you in maddening jest. The latter 3 usually appear
in late May.


On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 11:14 AM, Michael Mace <michaelcmace@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi, Nhu.
> Your plan sounds great!  I have reserved the dates.
> I was going to suggest Ring Mountain as another possibility for a field
> trip, but C. tiburonensis doesn't bloom until late May.  Do the bulbs on
> Mt.
> Diablo bloom earlier?  I think maybe C. amabilis does, but I can't remember
> for sure.

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