spectabilis 5 Phylogenetic lineage Population douglasiana/gloriosa Paloma Creek Canyon Lockwood Paloma Creek Canyon New Idria spectabilis Nipomo Lompoc Lompoc 17 Alisal Slough Zmudowski State Beach Floral morphology Phylogenetic lineage Flower size Distyly douglasiana/gloriosa Large Heterostylous Large Heterostylous Small Homostylous Small Homostylous spectabilis Large Heterostylous Large Heterostylous Large Homostylous Small Homostylous Small Homostylous
Two of our populations, Alisal Slough and Zmudowski State Beach, are typical of coastal dune populations in having very small flowers and decumbent habit.
spectabilis from Zmudowski State Beach, where no polymorphisms could be found.
None of the four small-flowered, homostylous populations exhibited heterosis in seed number per flower, and in the Zmudowski State Beach population of A.
spectabilis Alisal Slough 3.11 29 3.18 26 Zmudowski State Beach 2.78 36 2.99 37 Inbreeding depression # Species and population [[Delta].sub.p] P families A.
spectabilis were 11% at Alisal Slough (P [is less than] 0.025) and 6.1% at Zmudowski State Beach (P = 0.14; Fig.
spectabilis Nipomo 26 20 27 20 Lompoc 74 49 79 54 Lompoc 17 62 59 75 87 Alisal Slough 58 66 73 86 Zmudowski State Beach 22 21 24 34 Autonomous Cumulative fitness seed number measure 2 Species and population S X S X A douglasiana Paloma Creek Canyon Lockwood A gloriosa Paloma Creek Canyon 35 26 44 30 New Idria 24 19 52 47 A.