University of New Mexico Herbarium
(UNM:Vascular Plants)
Catalog #: UNM0087661
Occurrence ID (GUID): d1f3061c-316e-40c5-b089-fa07c357d6a9
Secondary Catalog #: 12714
Taxon: Dasylirion wheeleri S. Wats.
Family: Agavaceae
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Collector: C.B. Carter   G-168   
Date: 1936-05-06
Verbatim Date: 5/6/1936
Locality: United States, Arizona, Pinal, Peppersauce Canyon, lower central.
Habitat: East slope; limestone soil; base, app.-sandy; type Encinal: Oak-Manzanita-Nolina-Juniper-etc.; scattered among oaks; common; moderate land use; App. favors limestone ridges; a dense community of Dracauneae is found on Limestone Hill at mouth of Miller Can
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Notes: East slope; limestone soil; base, app.-sandy; type Encinal: Oak-Manzanita-Nolina-Juniper-etc.; scattered among oaks; common; moderate land use; App. favors limestone ridges; a dense community of Dracauneae is found on Limestone Hill at mouth of Miller Can
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Record ID: d1f3061c-316e-40c5-b089-fa07c357d6a9
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Timothy K. Lowrey (tlowrey@unm.edu)
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