University of New Mexico Herbarium
(UNM:Vascular Plants)
Catalog #: UNM0009797
Occurrence ID (GUID): 4c1e1316-725a-432d-a52a-6a59fbfdd242
Secondary Catalog #: 89853
Taxon: Dieteria asteroides var. asteroides Torr.
Family: Asteraceae
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Collector: C.A. Huff   1851   
Date: 1994-09-05
Verbatim Date: 9/5/1994
Locality: United States, New Mexico, Catron, Adjacent to Forest Service Road 28, 0.5 miles east from Willow Creek Campground; Gila National Forest.
33.41543744  -108.5780989 +-1138m.  WGS84
Verbatim Coordinates: T10S R17W sec 27
Georeference Remarks: Type A9: TRScalculation
Elevation: 2529 meters Verbatim Elevation: 8300ft
Habitat: Montane Coniferous Forest and Riparian; in sandy, creek soil.
Associated Species: Pinus ponderosa and Picea engelmannii.
Description: Frequent biennial to 50 cm in height; rays purple.
Preparations: Sheets - 1
Notes: Montane Coniferous Forest and Riparian; in sandy, creek soil. With Pinus ponderosa and Picea engelmannii. Frequent biennial to 50 cm in height; rays purple. Donated by Jack Carter to UNM on 8 August 1995
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Record Id: 4c1e1316-725a-432d-a52a-6a59fbfdd242
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Timothy K. Lowrey (tlowrey@unm.edu)
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Current Record
University of New Mexico Herbarium (UNM:Vascular Plants)
C.A. Huff 18511994-09-05
Catalog Number: UNM0009797
GUID: 4c1e1316-725a-432d-a52a-6a59fbfdd242
Latest Identification: Dieteria asteroides var. asteroides Torr.


Gila National Forest Herbarium (USFS:GILA)
C. A. Huff 18511994-09-05
Latest Identification: Dieteria canescens Nutt.
Identified by: C. A. Huff

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