This is a wonderful species. It's also classified as California Rare Plant Rank 1B: Plants Rare, Threatened, or Endangered in California and Elsewhere by CNPS.
The data quality assessment is a summary of an observation's accuracy. All
observations start as "casual" grade, and become
"needs ID" when
Observations become "research grade" when
Observations will revert to "casual" if the above conditions aren't met or the community agrees
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