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Packera cana (Hook.) W.A. Weber & A. Love
E.H. Brunquist MG-33
USA, Colorado, Clear Creek, Mt. Goliath, upper end of Alpine Garden Trail, within 200 yards of the upper parking strip and within 15 yard of either side of the trail.
13N 0448266E 4387092N
Certainty code: 3
12000 FT ca
Rays yellow; 5-9in number; leaves persistantly tomentose below; the flocculence more or less rubbed off on the fairly green upper surfaces.Stems densely tomentose. Phyllaries between 10-15 in number; brownish purple to varying degrees; nearly glabrate. Di
March-April 2014, UMO. Floral material removed by Nicole Miller-Struttman, post-doctoral fellow with Dr. Candace Galen, University of Missouri Biological Sciences Division. The study involves the relationship between bumblebee tongue length and floral tube length at a community level. An historical bumblebee dataset provided tongue length. Floral tube length measurements for a select set of bumblebee-important species (including this sheet) are required. A flower was removed from this sheet, hydrated and measured, then air-dried & placed in the fragment envelope.
Rights Holder: Public Domain
Access Rights: Public Domain
Record ID: 17afc9a9-1982-4adc-839c-46a711aa9dbc