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Abstract.--The purple amole Chlorogalum purpureum (Agavaceae) is a bulbous, perennial soap plant endemic to central California and listed as threatened under the U.S.
Similarly, bulbs of the Californian soaproot (Chlorogalum pomeridianum,
* two southern California plants, the purple amole (Chlorogalum purpureum var.
Purple Amole (Chlorogalum purpureum) We proposed on November 8 to designate critical habitat for two varieties of the purple amole, a threatened bulb-forming perennial in the lily family (Liliaceae), on about 21,980 acres (8,895 ha) in Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties, California.
Amole (Chlorogalum pomeridianum) is a fairly widespread member of the lily family with a tennis ball-sized bulb.
Harrington also wrote that freshwater fish (primarily steelhead or "salmon") were caught with fishing poles, fish spears, nets made from Indian-hemp (Apocynum cannabinum) or nettle (Urtica dioica holosericea) cordage, hook-and-line, and fish poisons, notably pounded soap plant (Chlorogalum pomeridianum) (also see Craig 1967; Hudson and Blackburn 1979 1984; Timbrook 2008).
Purple Amole (Chlorogalum purpureum) Another plant found only in California's central coast region, the purple amole occurs at a few sites in Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties.