Calflora
Taxon  Report   6364 
Phacelia mutabilis  E. Greene
Changeable phacelia
Phacelia mutabilis
© 2008 Keir Morse
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Phacelia mutabilis
© 2011 Aaron Schusteff
Phacelia mutabilis
© 2009 Barry Breckling
Phacelia mutabilis, a dicot, is a perennial herb that is native to California and is also found outside of California, but is confined to western North America.

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Phacelia mutabilis
© 2001 James B. Gratiot
Family: BORAGINACEAE   (PLANTS: HYDROPHYLLACEAE)
Genus: Phacelia
Communities:
Yellow Pine Forest, Red Fir Forest, Lodgepole Forest, Subalpine Forest
Toxicity: DERMATITIS   [California Poison Control System 2010]    
Distribution by County 

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Name Status:
Accepted by TJM2 + PLANTS + JM93
Alternate Names:
(according to)

PLANTS: Phacelia californica var. jacintensis
PLANTS: Phacelia heterophylla var. griseophylla
PLANTS: Phacelia heterophylla var. pseudohispida
ICPN: Phacelia magellanica f. griseophylla
More information about  Phacelia mutabilis
Nursery / seed vendor availability from CNPLX
Commercial availability unknown.
Landscaping information from Calscape
Photos on CalPhotos / Google Images
Jepson eFlora

Records from the Consortium of California Herbaria

Original Publication citation (ITIS)

USDA PLANTS Profile (PHMU2)

Search the International Plants Names Index

Search efloras.org (Flora of North America)

Search the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

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Suggested Citation
Calflora: Information on California plants for education, research and conservation,
with data contributed by public and private institutions and individuals, including the Consortium of California Herbaria.
[web application]. 2017. Berkeley, California: The Calflora Database [a non-profit organization].
Available: http://www.calflora.org/   (Accessed: Oct 19, 2017).

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