[explorer.natureserve.org] Range, Habitat, Rarity: Lilium pardalinum ssp. vollmeri is in northern California (150-1300 meters) in the Klamath Ranges and in southwestern Oregon. It occurs in bogs, streamsides, and springs, and is reported to be uncommon in California (e.g., Hickman 1993). (contributed by Mary Ann Machi)
[pnwflowers.com] Description, Habitat: Stems erect, unbranched, often in small clumps. Leaves entire, in 3?4 whorls or scattered on upper stem; lower leaves linear, longer than wide. Flowers to 35, hanging or facing outward from stem top. Flower widely bell-shaped, with petals recurved back or rolled so point is toward back of petal; inner flower yellow-orange to orange; outer flower darker, spotted with magenta near tips. Stamens flare out, forming a bell-shaped profile. Pollen yellow to red-brown. Grows in streambanks, moist places, fens, often with Darlingtonia californica, California pitcher-plant. (contributed by Mary Ann Machi)
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