University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
(COLO:V)
Catalog #: 00334730
Occurrence ID (GUID): 3e1ab4ad-01ed-48f3-ba83-c2242ab1744d
Secondary Catalog #: 473334
Taxon: Descurainia incisa subsp. incisa (Engelmann ex A. Gray) Britton
Family: BRASSICACEAE
Collector: Rea Orthner   690   
Date: 1998-08-01
Verbatim Date: 01 August 1998
Locality: United States, Colorado, Park, Mosquito Range. Pike National Forest. Buffalo Peaks Wilderness Area. Along old road starting at western end of Brush Park Rd (FS Rd. #435.4B) to beaver ponds at first creek crossing.
38.9724638  -106.0745362 +-500m.  WGS84
Verbatim Coordinates: T12S R78W SEC26 SEĀ¼
Georeference Remarks: I plotted the UTM in the southeast corner of Section 26 along a trail after crossing a Creek that empties into Salt Creek. RA
Elevation: 3139 meters Verbatim Elevation: 10300 ft, 3139 m
Habitat: Wet meadow next to beaver pond. With Campanula parryi, Erigeron flagellaris, Lepidium densiflorum, Pedicularis groenlandica, Pentaphylloides floribunda, Anticlea elegans, Picea cf. pungens.
Reproductive Condition: Flr & Frt
Notes: Flora of the Buffalo Peaks Wilderness Area and Vicinity. USGS 7.5' Marmot Peak Quad. Western North American distribution. Flowers yellow, about 3 ft. tall.
Specimen Images
Link to Source: 84829
Record ID: 134760a6-b34d-4406-846e-e3f9273d88ad
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: J Ryan Allen (james.r.allen@colorado.edu)
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