Githopsis is a small genus of flowering plants in the bellflower family which are known as bluecups. These are small annual wildflowers with white or purple white-throated blooms. Bluecups are native to western North America, especially California. There are four known species within the genus.
- Githopsis diffusa A.Gray - San Gabriel bluecup - California, Baja California, Guadalupe Island
- Githopsis pulchella Vatke - Sierra bluecup - Sacramento Valley of California
- Githopsis specularioides Nutt. - common bluecup - Vancouver Island, Washington, Oregon, California, northern Idaho, northwestern Montana
- Githopsis tenella Morin - tubeflower bluecup - California
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