Occurrence ID (GUID):
? Descurainia pinnata (Walt.) Britt.
Determiner: Williams, Charles F. (2014-07-20)
CO Flora W Slope, 4th ed.
Williams, Charles F. 1360b
United States, Colorado, Gunnison, Gothic. Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory. Ridge between Red Rock and White Mountain. Followed last ridge SSE from Pt. 12832' on main ridge, just before pass at ridge into Perry Creek. Followed this subridge directly down to meadows and high point of Deer Creek Trail. Follow Deer Creek Trail back to Gothic. Site 4. Deer Creek Trail - meadow between upper and lower aspen stands - above Trampe's parcel (fenceline obvious) - before Kettle Pond fence.
38.947788 -106.959805 +-250m. WGS 84
Growing among other tall vegetation including: Delphinium barbeyi, Symphoricarpos, etc.
Plants with very immature fruits. Leaves 1X pinnate with ~wide, pinnately lobed leaflets. Immature fruit fusiform-clavate with distinct midvein on valve. Seeds biseriate. Pedicels and fruits ascending, but not appressed. Plants to 1 m tall.
Flower and Fruit
Record Id: 81ea55e2-05ac-47d2-90df-203d442ed41c