• Wyethia mollis

    Common per. herb, to 6 d. tall, heads yellow, on sage brush-covered moraine. In dry, well-drained soil with Pushia tridentata, Artemisia tridentata.

  • Viola purpurea ssp. intergrifolia

    Common per. herb, corollas yellow above red beneath, on dry sunny slopes with sagebrush and chaparral. With Pushia tridentata, Arctostaphylos patula.

  • Viola macloskeyi

    Occ. per. herb, corollas white, on sunny slope, on banks of spring rivulets with Salix, Sphenosciadium capitellatum, Castilleja miniata.

  • Veronica serpyllifolia humifusa

    Common per herb, corollas pale blue, in wet soil at base of moraine, in sagebrush-meadow transition zone, w/ Lupinus polyphyllus, Artemisia cana

  • Veronica americana

    Occ. per. herb, corollas light blue, in wet soil of medaow margins with Heracleum sphondylium, Lupinus polyphyllus.

  • Veratrum californicum

    Common per. herb to 2 m tall, corollas white, in meadow, especially on margins with Lupinus polyphyllus and Hercleum sphondylium

  • Valeriana californica

    Common per herb, corollas white, in deep shade beneath Pinus murrayana, Abies concolor.

  • Tsuga mertensiana

    Rare tree to 25 m tall on shaded northeast-facing slope in deep humus soil with Abies magnifica and Pinus monticola.

  • Triteleia ixioides anilina

    Rare per herb, corollas yellow, in dark humus soil of roadbank along Old Mammoth Rd., 0.25 mi. w. of Valentine Camp enterance with Abies magnificia, Mimulu nasutus

  • Trimorpha lonchophylla

    Occasional per. herb, corollas lavendar and yellow, in meadow on borders of streamlets with Gentiana holopetala and Elymus triticoides.

  • Trifolium wormskioldii

    Perennial herb, petals purple and white; occasional in wet meadows, E end of property near Convict Creek; with Carex spp. Lupinus polyphyllus.

  • Trifolium repens

    Common perennial, rhizomatous herb to 2 dm tall, corollas white, forming lawns near cabins and occuring as a weed in open, disturbed sites beneath Pinus murrayana.

  • Trifolium monanthum var. monanthum

    Occasional per. herb to 4 cm tall, corollas pink and white, in moist soil near spring with Populus tremuloides and Epilobium angustifolium.

  • Trifolium longipes var. nevadense

    Perennial herb, corollas pink; occasional in meadow N side of central stream control structure; with Carex spp., Penstemon oreocharis, Deschampsia cespitosa.

  • Trifolium cyathiferum

    Locally abundant per. herb, corollas white at base of w-facing moraine in moist soil of sagebrush-meadow transition zone with Lupinus polyphyllus, Iris missouriensis, Artemisia cara.

  • Tragopogon dubius

    Annual or biennial, rays pale yellow, occasional weed in sagebrush scrub-meadow transition areas, NE corner of the property; with Artemisia tridentata, Purshia tridentata, Slaix lutea.

  • Thalictrum fendleri var. fendleri

    Per. herb to 1.5 m. tall, common along entrance road and near meadows in shade with Pinus murrayana, Aquilegia formosa, Osmorhiza occidentalis.

  • Tetradymia canescens

    Shrub to 8 dm tall, dusk flowers yellow, locally uncommon in sagebrush scrub, North of central stream control structure, with Artemisia tridentata, Purshia tridentata, Leymus cineras.

  • Taraxacum officinale

    Eastern Sierra Nevada, Convict Creek, UC Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Lab, Mt. Morrison Rd, 0.8 mi NW of intersection with Hwy 395. Uncommon, wet meadows and streambanks near Convict Creek. Common perennial herb, heads yellow.

  • Symphoricarpos rotundifolius var. rotundifolius

    Common shrub to 1.5 m tall, corollas white, in semi-shade on steep north-east facing slope near high trail below Abies magnifica.

  • Swertia radiata

    Occasional per. herb to 2 m. tall, corollas pale green, in moist soil on semi-shaded flat above meadow with Populus tremuloides and Ribes cereum.

  • Stipa occidentalis

    Occ. per. bunch grass in openings in red fir forest, dominated by sagebrush, in pumice soil, with Lupinus andersonii, Purshia tridentata.

  • Stephanomeria tenuifolia

    Occasional per. herb, corollas bright pink, in dry humus soil on northeat-facing slope with Abies magnifica and Pinus jeffreyi.

  • Stephanomeria exigua

    Annual?, rays pink, occasional in dry sandy-gravelly soil, in sagebrush scrub near road to manmade stream channels, east end of property with Artemisia tridentata, Purshia tridentata.