University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
Catalog #: 01682947
Secondary Catalog #: 398256
Taxon: Monarda austromontana Epling
Family: Lamiaceae
Collector: A. C. Sanders   2988   
Date: 1982-10-03
Verbatim Date:03 October 1982
Additional Collectors: R. Manshardt, K. Neisess
Locality: United States, New Mexico, Hidalgo, Coronado National Forest, Peloncillo Mountains, upper Clanton Draw, 1 mile above the forest boundary along the road to Douglas. T32S R21W SEC16, SW 1/4. 5400 ft
Verbatim Coordinates: T32S R21W SEC16, SW 1/4.
Elevation: 1646 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 5400 ft
Habitat: Low hills and washes with oak woodland with a grassy understory; Quercus emoryi, Q. arizonica, Bouteloua curtipendula, Juniperus depeana, Juglans major were common. Stony soil.
Occurrence Remarks: Imager: Brittany Thornton; Date Imaged: 6/4/2013; Ex Herbarium of the University of California, Riverside. An uncommon errect annual in grassy openings
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Record Id: d1018d2d-2f0d-433a-be71-abf6e45b4108
Occurrence ID (GUID): d1018d2d-2f0d-433a-be71-abf6e45b4108
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