University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
Catalog #: 01677335
Secondary Catalog #: 470364
Taxon: Penstemon leonardii Rydb.
Family: Scrophulariaceae
Collector: Karl A. Vincent   4474   
Date: 1987-07-23
Verbatim Date:23 Jul 1987
Additional Collectors: Charlotte A. Labbe
Locality: United States, Utah, Washington, Pine Valley Mtns., Signal Pk.; abundant on granitic talus slope in burned conifer forest along Summit Trail ca 2.5 mi NE of trailhead at Oak Grove Campground at N end of For. Serv. Rd. 032 ca 9 mi NW of jct. UT 228 (Main Street) in Leeds.
Elevation: 2682-2743 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 8800-9000 ft
Habitat: Abundant on granitic talus slope in burned conifer forest along Summit Trail.
Substrate: Gray soil, PH ca 6.5
Description: Corollas red-violet with a white tube, pink, or nearly white with pink lobes; staminode white; anthers white, the adaxial side violet, pink or tan with age; nectar sweetly fragrant.
Occurrence Remarks: Imager: Ryan Allen; Date Imaged: 08/20/2013
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Record Id: d772f78c-f08d-4e37-bff4-a649e8eaed62
Occurrence ID (GUID): d772f78c-f08d-4e37-bff4-a649e8eaed62
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: J Ryan Allen (
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