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Botrychium echo W.H. Wagner
M.D. Windham 0083
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Northwest base of Doyle Peak at a point 0.48 km. NE. of Doyle Spring and 1.01 km. SW. of Raspberry Spring. Inner Basin-San Francisco Peaks-Coconino National Forest. Humphreys Peak Quadrangle (7 1/2 min.).
12N 440515E 3910100N
Growing in soil on rocky slope in open meadow with scattered trees. Moderately well watered but received little shade. Slope about 10°; facing north. Subalpine meadow enclave within spruce-fir forest community.
Soil deposits are relatively deep but thoroughly mixed with rocks of all sizes. Derived by glacial and in situ processes from San Francisco Mtn. Andesite, Dacite, Rhyolite & organics.
Carex, Lonicera, Ribes, Swertia, Picea, Juniperus, Abies, Pinus
Infrequent; favors glacial till in open meadows. Plants assigned to this species show a great deal of morphological variability, but this appears to be a good example of the taxon.
Rights Holder: Natural History Museum of Utah
Record ID: 409f83c8-9d55-4f25-8ac9-c508c0690d0c