Kathryn Kalmbach Herbarium
Secondary Catalog #:
Det by H.D. Harrington
USA, Colorado, Jefferson, Between 100 and 200 yards from the DIG, to the northeast of it.
Certainty code: 4
In apparently poor" soil, well-drained; on the south exposed gentle slope of a hill."
Flower and fruit
Leaves hairy and pimply"; petals slightly notched."
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posted 2021-09-04 13:00:16
Might be good to indicate that the location of the "DIG" is the Magic Mountain Archeological Dig in Golden. See: Irwin, Henry J.; Irwin, Cynthia C. (1966). Excavations at Magic Mountain: A Diachronic Study of Plains-Southwest Relations. Denver Museum of Natural History Proceedings Number 12. October 20, 1966. Good coordinates for this collection would be (39.718013,-105.209968, WGS 1984), which location is 150 yards northeast of the dig.
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Phenology (ver 1.0)
: At least one reproductive structure of any kind is present (flowers, flower buds, fruits)
: At least one open flower is present
: At least one immature or mature fruit is present