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Taxonomy .-- Temblor buckwheat was named Eriogonum temblorense by Howell and Twisselmann (1963) and is a member of the buckwheat family (Polygonaceae). The type specimen was collected by Twisselmann in Chico Martinez Canyon, in Kern County. The scientific name has remained unchanged since it was published, but various authors (Hoover 1970, Reveal 1989, Hickman 1993, Skinner and Pavlik 1994, Skinner et al. 1995) have speculated that Temblor buckwheat should be combined with Eastwoods buckwheat ( E. eastwoodianum ).Taxonomy
Description .-- The height of Temblor buckwheat ranges from 10 to 80 centimeters (4 to 30 inches) and varies with precipitation. The leaves occur primarily at the base of the plant and are densely covered with matted hairs on both surfaces. The appearance of individual plants of Temblor buckwheat may vary from spring to fall, with the blades rounded early in the year and more elliptical later (Hoover 1970). The branches, which are elongated and spreading, bear flowers only at their tips, where several 2-millimeter (0.08-inch) long, white flowers are clustered inside a cup-like structure. Temblor buckwheat is differentiated from Eastwoods buckwheat and another closely related species, Idria buckwheat ( E. vestitum ), by the placement of the leaves and the size and surface texture of certain flower parts (Reveal 1989, Hickman 1993). However, the spring form of Temblor buckwheat closely resembles Eastwoods buckwheat (Hoover 1970).Description
Historical Distribution .-- The range of Temblor buckwheat apparently always has been restricted. The historical distribution is based on 19 collections, which are lustered in eight areas of the inner Coast Ranges: Chico Martinez Canyon and the Shale Hills in Kern County; Indian Valley, Parkfield Grade, and Stone Canyon in Monterey County; and Polonio Pass, Cottonwood Pass, and the Shandon area in San Luis Obispo County (Twisselmann 1967, Hoover 1970, CDFG 1995).