Museum of Northern Arizona
(MNA)
Catalog #: SUCR 1701
Occurrence ID (GUID): 6347c639-9a64-483a-933a-044a8f451645
Taxon: Physaria newberryi Gray
Family: Brassicaceae
Determiner: PEEBLES, R. H.
ID Remarks: Newberry's twinpod
Collector: JONES, DAVID J.   88/1939   
Date: 1939-05-01
Locality: United States, Arizona, COCONINO, SUNSET CRATER
Elevation: 2225 meters Verbatim Elevation: 7300'
Habitat: YELLOW PINE
Description: ONE PRESSED PLANT WITH ROOTS, STEM, LEAVES, AND FLOWERS. SLOPE: STEEP. SOIL TYPE: DEEP CINDER. ABUNDANCE: COMMON ON SLOPES IN SPRING. SIZE: TO 3 INCHES. COLOR: YELLOW FLOWER, SILVER-GREEN LEAVES. REMARKS: FLOWERS IN TIGHT ROUND BUNCHES ON ROSETTE OF LEAVES, LIKE OLD FASHIONED NOSEGAY. CATALOG AND ACCESSION NUMBER CHANGED FROM WUPA TO SUCR IN 06/2011.
Notes: PLANT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION BUT ORIGINAL LABEL IS NOT ARCHIVAL.
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Record ID: 6347c639-9a64-483a-933a-044a8f451645
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Kirstin Olmon Phillips (kphillips@musnaz.org)
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