University of New Mexico Herbarium
(UNM:Vascular Plants)
Catalog #: UNM0057244
Occurrence ID (GUID): 61d119be-5cc5-4433-bb2d-29ba9000e9a5
Secondary Catalog #: 90275
Taxon: Mentzelia pumila var. pumila
Family: Loasaceae
Determiner: J.J. Schenk (2005)
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Collector: J. Mygatt   40   
Date: 1995-08-26
Verbatim Date: 8/26/1995
Locality: United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, BLM land, approximately 1 mile from Highway 44 near the gypsum mine, in the vicinity of White Mesa near the town of San Ysidro.
35.54  -106.82 +-1138m.  WGS84
Verbatim Coordinates: T15N R01E sec 10
Georeference Remarks: Type A9: TRScalculation
Elevation: 1650 meters Verbatim Elevation: 1650m
Habitat: Calcareous soils with gypsum rocks.
Associated Species: Atriplex, Chrysothamnus and Gutierrezia spp.
Description: Large tap-rooted perennial, tufted growth. Flowers cream-colored. ~18 inches tall.
Preparations: Sheets - 1
Notes: Calcareous soils with gypsum rocks. With Atriplex, Chrysothamnus and Gutierrezia spp. Large tap-rooted perennial, tufted growth. Flowers cream-colored. ~18 inches tall.
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Record ID: 61d119be-5cc5-4433-bb2d-29ba9000e9a5
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Timothy K. Lowrey (tlowrey@unm.edu)
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