University of Arkansas Herbarium
(UARK)
Catalog #: UARK006387
Taxon: Coreocarpus arizonicus var. arizonicus
Family: Asteraceae
Collector: Edwin B. Smith   3926 - 4   
Date: 1986-07-07
Verbatim Date: 1986-7-7
Locality: United States, Arkansas, Washington, Mexico. Baja California Sur. Few, along roadside by road to Puerto Escondido, ca. 1/3 mi. W. of harbor. Near 25°50'N, 111°20'W. Raised in the departmental greenhouse at Fayetteville.
Habitat: This plant counted n = 12. This is plant #4 of four plants raised from achenes collected at the above site. Pressed July 7, 1986. Note: This plant has the morphology ascribed to "C. alexandrae Sherff" - few or no ligules. The first 4 heads produced lacked ligules; heads 5-7 had one ligule; later heads had 0, 1, or 2 ligules. It otherwise is typical C. parthenioides var. parthenioides, and the other three plants raised were typical C. parth. var. parth. (with 3-5 ligules per head); except plants # 2 and 3 had white pollen masses (rather than the usual yellow). This plant has outer achenes short-aristate, the wings with a reddish line. Pollen stainability = 100%.
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Record ID: c3a9643e-4bf2-42f4-8c0f-aa80bb9d39c1
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Jennifer D. Ogle (jogle@uark.edu)
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