COLO : V
University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
Catalog #: 00000299
Secondary Catalog #: 182483
Taxon: Paronychia jamesii Torrey & Gray
Family: ALSINACEAE
Collector: Hugh H. Iltis   19280   
Date: 1961-08-28
Verbatim Date:28 August 1961
Additional Collectors: C. M. Iltis
Locality: United States, Colorado, Yuma, Along and S of Black Wolf Creek, ca. 1 mi S of highway 385/51 crossing, ca. 14 mi. S of Wray.
39.89165  -102.22387 +-2000m.  WGS84
Georeference Remarks: HWY 385 and 51 are now just HWY 385. The Creek runs roughly east west where it crosses HWY 385. I placed the point east of the HWY along the bluffs above Black Wolf Creek along the 3,600 ft contour line and increased the uncertainty to cover the area 1 mi
Elevation: 1097 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 3600 ft, 1097 m
Habitat: Bare gravelly soil and soft rock outcrops on calcareous caprock, bluffs. The surrounding vegetation High Plains Grassland.
Occurrence Remarks: Paronychia depressa Nutt., det. W.A. Weber 1969. With semidesert vegetation: Eriogonum, Paronychia, Arenaria, Bouteloua curtipendula & sp., Yucca, Mentzelia, etc. Originally described as Paronychia sessiliflora Nutt. Det. by Martha Starr 1962.
Specimen Images
Record Id: fdfc70e2-3256-4fce-b95b-26603969147c
Occurrence ID (GUID): fdfc70e2-3256-4fce-b95b-26603969147c
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: J Ryan Allen (james.r.allen@colorado.edu)
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