University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
Catalog #: 00663351
Secondary Catalog #: 475436
Taxon: Cerasus pensylvanica (L. f.) Loiseleur
Collector: Rea Orthner   997   
Date: 2000-06-11
Verbatim Date:11 June 2000
Locality: United States, Colorado, Gilpin, Front Range. Arapahoe National Forest, Ridge between Travis Gulch and Moon Gulch, about 1 mi. SW of Rollinsville.
39.91057  -105.50659 +-1000m.  WGS84
Verbatim Coordinates: T2S R73W SEC1
Georeference Remarks: I placed the point on the ridge between Travis Gulch and Moon Gulch between the 8,680 and 8,720 ft contour lines. RA; Georeferenced 27 June 2016
Elevation: 2652 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 8700 ft
Habitat: Lodgepole pine forest, in a glory hole, this plant observed very infrequently here. W/ Juniperus communis ssp. alpina, Mahonia repens, Pterospora andromedea.
Reproductive Condition: Flr
Occurrence Remarks: Cerasus pensylvanicus (L.) Loiseleur, det. N. Lederer, 2001. Original ID: Prunus americana H. Marshall. Flowers white, very low shrub. USGS 7.5' Nederland quad.
Specimen Images
Record Id: a1efd399-45ba-4b7a-aa6f-e1c884bab1dc
Occurrence ID (GUID): a1efd399-45ba-4b7a-aa6f-e1c884bab1dc
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: J Ryan Allen (
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