Seen in bloom in a grassy area at the top of a cut-bank along the trail. Stems of these specimens were erect and about 25 cm high. Leaves are petiolate and alternate.
A Williams, F Leist, J Slamovich, C Powell
relflexed involucre, calyx, linear lanceolate, 3-4 in. tall, purple and reddish flower
*could be T. albopurpureum
Collection No. 13222: A. Willians, C. Powell, F. Leist, J. Slamovich; flowering, 101-1000 plants, roadside, reflexed involucre, flowers show banding of shades of purple, with white spots, leaves lanceolate & serrated, height of plants to c. 10 cm., growing mixed with rattlesnake grass
Trifolium willdenovii, or Tomcat clover, is a species of plant in the pea family Fabaceae. This species occurs in the western part of North America. As an example occurrence, it is found in the California Coast Ranges in such places as Ring Mountain, California, where it is found in association with Cup clover.