Occurrence ID (GUID):
Penstemon pseudospectabilis subsp. connatifolius (A. Nels.) Keck
Determiner: A. D. Zimmerman (March 1990)
Allan D. Zimmerman 2587
Cesar Mazier, Cathy Babcock, and John Schluckebier
USA, Arizona, Gila, s. of Theodore Roosevelt Lake, 2.15 road-miles s. of Highway 88 (turnoff to School House Borrow Pit), near Black Brush Headquarters (= Two Bar Ranch of U.S.G.S. map), 0.25 trail-miles from the Headquarters, where trail follows bottom of wide arroyo.
33.51522 -110.86631 +-5000m.
Gravelly bajada of granitic mountains; brushy Sonoran Desert with chaparral species in arroyos, and much turpentine bush.
Ericameria laricifolia, Acacia greggii, Lotus
Rare (3 seen) on and near sandy arroyo banks with Acacia greggii and tall suffrutescent Lotus. Leaves bright green (brighter beneath), not glaucous; corolla brilliant rose-purple or magenta, like the filaments and staminode, except (1) interior of tube is much paler, and (2) lower lip has narrow maroon lines, 3 of which extend slightly into the lower corolla lobes; plant 5 dm. tall, much-branched basally.
Record ID: 8ae16c52-5cab-4e0a-abbc-0bde27e01db2
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