PLANT : PLANT Subshrub, less than 1 m tall, glabrous to puberulent; glands orange-brown, prominent. LEAVES : pinnately compound; leaflets 7-17(-19), the terminal one similar in size to the laterals. FLOWERS : in a loose, open raceme; calyx teeth 1.5-2.0 mm long, about the same as the tube, densely hairy. FRUIT : 4.0-4.5 mm long, strigose with prominent glands. NOTES : 2 vars. found in sw U.S., AZ, UT. REFERENCES : Rhodes, Suzanne, June Beasley and Tina Ayers. 2011. Fabaceae. CANOTIA 7: 1-13.