Eastern Nevada Landscape Coalition
Catalog #: ENLC00577
Occurrence ID (GUID): 075e1c7f-2c66-4963-8c1d-7986735d9771
Taxon: Arabis perennans (S. Watson) W. A. Weber
Identification Qualifier: cf.
Family: Brassicaceae
Determiner: G. Gust (ENLC), 2009
Collector: G. Gust with N. Frakes   1731   
Date: 2009-04-20
Locality: United States, Nevada, Lincoln, Unnamed mountain just west of Delamar Valley, ca. 0.80km by air west of Power Line Maintenance Rd (Delamar Valley Rd), south of Delamar Dry Lake. Texas Fire of 2006.
37.27545  -114.96085  NAD83
Verbatim Coordinates: 11S 680789E 4127378N
Elevation: 1513 meters Verbatim Elevation: 1513 m
Habitat: Ridgeline with volcanic outcrops
Associated Species: Artemisia ludoviciana, Lepidium fremontii, Brickellia atractyloides, Achnatherum speciosum, Cryptantha confertiflora, Mirabilis laevis, & Amsinckia tessellata.
Description: Perennial herb growing from rock crevice to 35cm. Corolla purple. Siliques more or less horizontal.
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Author: Gregory Gust
Author: Gregory Gust
Author: Gregory Gust
Author: Gregory Gust
Record ID: 075e1c7f-2c66-4963-8c1d-7986735d9771
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Greg Gust (ggust@envlc.org)

paalexan posted 2017-01-29 10:43:32
I don't believe this is Boechera perennans. It looks like either Boechera lincolnensis or Boechera xylopoda, but I am not certain which from the photographs.

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