Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory
(RMBL)
Catalog #: RMBL0002000
Occurrence ID (GUID): 5b060158-e094-4241-b6b9-29f62f7eb6de
Taxon: Frasera speciosa Douglas
Family: Gentianaceae
Determiner: Seagrist, R. (1995)
Collector: Seagrist, Randy   1380   
Date: 1995-08-24
Additional Collectors: Taylor, Kevin J.
Locality: United States, Colorado, Park, Buffalo Peaks Wilderness Area, San Isabel and Pike National Forest, Queen's Crown Basin (NE facing basin on E-side of Bighorn Pt, NE of Great Plateau), 10.5 mi N of Buena Vista.
39.00468  -106.081552 +-250m.  WGS84
Verbatim Coordinates: lat: 39 N; long: 106.9 W
Georeference Remarks: lat/lon on label are incorrect.
Elevation: 3780 meters Verbatim Elevation: 12400ft
Habitat: Wet tundra.
Description: Herbaceous, terrestrial, light green leaves, light green to cream seed pods.
Reproductive Condition: Fruit
Notes: Label: Plants of Buffalo Peaks.
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Record Id: 5b060158-e094-4241-b6b9-29f62f7eb6de
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: C.F. Rick Williams, Curator (willcha2@isu.edu)
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