Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium
(DES)
Catalog #: DES00082682
Occurrence ID (GUID): d155b8c2-2881-492c-92ca-cfb9f082cd24
Taxon: Berberis harrisoniana Kearney & Peebles
Family: Berberidaceae
Collector: Andrew Salywon   1995   
Date: 2016-05-04
Additional Collectors: Steve Blackwell
Locality: United States, Arizona, Yuma, Kofa National Wildlife Refuge, Palm Canyon Kofa Mountains
33.36021  -114.096623
Verbatim Coordinates: 11S 770160E 3694987N
Elevation: 823 meters Verbatim Elevation: 2700 ft
Habitat: N facing slope at the base of tall vertical wall in W facing canyon. Full shade in the morning and afternoon.
Substrate: Rhyolite
Associated Species: Bernardia myricifolia, Lycium sp., Senegalia greggii, Parkinsonia microphylla, Rhus aromatica, Nicotiana obtusifolia, Olneya tesota, Simmondsia chinensis, Ziziphus obtusifolia, Nolina bigelovii, Washingtonia filifera, Garrya wrightii, Salazaria mexicana
Description: Locally common dense shrub 3-4 m high. Fruits purple, glaucous with many fruits parasitized by insect larvae. The seeds were found in a foxes (?) scat nearby
Reproductive Condition: Fruit
Notes: USFWS permit #22570-16-2. Seeds collected for the Center for Plant Conservation with a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation "Partnership for Seed Banking on Federal Agency Lands (MO)" Sheet 1 of 2. Photos. 1
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Author: Andrew Salywon
Author: Andrew Salywon
Record ID: d155b8c2-2881-492c-92ca-cfb9f082cd24
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Andrew Salywon (asalywon@dbg.org)
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Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium (DES)
Andrew Salywon 19952016-05-04
Catalog Number: DES00082682
GUID: d155b8c2-2881-492c-92ca-cfb9f082cd24
Latest Identification: Berberis harrisoniana Kearney & Peebles


Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium (DES)
Andrew Salywon 19952016-05-04
Latest Identification: Berberis harrisoniana Kearney & Peebles

Desert Botanical Garden Herbarium (DES)
Andrew Salywon 19952016-05-04
Catalog Number: DES00082695
Latest Identification: Berberis harrisoniana Kearney & Peebles

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