Ribes nevadense is native to several of the mountain ranges in California, including the Peninsular Ranges, Transverse Ranges, Klamath Mountains, and the Sierra Nevada where its distribution extends into western Nevada. It has been found in Oregon, as well. It grows in forest and riparian habitats, at elevations between 3,000–10,000 feet (910–3,050 m). 
The inflorescence is a dense raceme of up to 20 flowers hanging pendent or held erect on the branches. Each flower has opens into a corolla-like array of five pinkish red sepals with five smaller white petals in a tube at the center. 
- List of plants of the Sierra Nevada (U.S.)
- Sierra Nevada lower montane forest — "Yellow Pine Forest" habitat.
- R. nevadense was first described and published in the Proceeds of the California Academy of Sciences 1: 63 (-64). 1855. "Plant Name Details for Ribes nevadense". IPNI. Retrieved July 21, 2010.
- The Plant List, Ribes nevadaense Kellogg
- Calflora taxon report, University of California: Ribes nevadense . accessed 1.30.2013
- Tropicos, Ribes nevadaense Kellogg
- Flora of North America
- Biota of North America Program 2014 county distribution map
- Jepson Manual Treatment - Ribes nevadense
- United States Department of Agriculture Plants Profile: Ribes nevadense
- Ribes nevadense — Calphotos Photo gallery, University of California
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