University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
Catalog #: 00444448
Occurrence ID (GUID): d284ae2d-9b22-46f5-a538-a02225c8dbbd
Secondary Catalog #: 456369
Taxon: Agropyron mongolicum Keng
Collector: J.M. Friedman   58   
Date: 1991-08-21
Verbatim Date: 21 August 1991
Locality: United States, Colorado, Douglas, Plum Creek, between Sedalia and Louviers, cross section 9L.
39.4672302  -104.9960285 +-1000m.  WGS84
Georeference Remarks: I plotted the UTM along Plum Creek at 1720 meters. RA
Elevation: 1720 meters Verbatim Elevation: 1720 m
Habitat: Alluvial terraces of fine to medium sand, about 2.5 m above the channel bed.
Reproductive Condition: Frt
Notes: Agropyron mongolicum Keng, culm villous below spike, spike pectinate; spikelets glabrous, det. by W.A. Weber, February 25, 1997. Original ID as Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertner. Friedman, J.M. 1993. Vegetation establishment and channel narrowing along a Great-Plains stream following a catastrophic flood.
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