University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
Catalog #: 00653766
Secondary Catalog #: 79790
Taxon: Salix serissima (L. H. Bailey) Fernald
Collector: E.C. Smith   2120   
Date: 1948-06-15
Verbatim Date:15 June 1948
Locality: United States, Colorado, Larimer, Near Long's Peak Inn.
40.28056  -105.54304 +-1000m.  WGS84
Georeference Remarks: I located the Long's Peak Inn using an historic map of Estes Park and Vicinity 1913 by F. P. Clatworthy in a text called Rocky Mountaian National Park Historical Background Data by F. Ross Holland JR. RA; Georeferenced 04 April 2016
Habitat: Boggy area.
Reproductive Condition: Flr
Occurrence Remarks: Salix serissima, det. G. Argus 1986. / Salix serissima (L. H. Bailey) Fernald, det. R. Dorn 1993. The only known station in the state; rather common in Montana and Saskatchewan. Shrub 6-12 ft. tall, separated from S. caudata by shorter aments and larger darker colored fruits.
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Record Id: c4d84328-21a8-476c-a80a-209a0bd35a0f
Occurrence ID (GUID): c4d84328-21a8-476c-a80a-209a0bd35a0f
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