The rediscovery of bearded popcorn flower, the last confirmed collection of which was in 1892, is documented. The species is endemic to Napa, Solano, and Yolo counties, California, where it grows in vernal pools, vernal swales, and other moist areas in grasslands. Associated species include wetland and upland grasses and forbs typically found in the vernal pool-grassland ecotone.
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Vol. 57 • No. 4