University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
Catalog #: 00594333
Secondary Catalog #: 474984
Taxon: Polemonium caeruleum subsp. amygdalinum (Wherry) Munz
Collector: Loraine Yeatts   4067   
Date: 1997-08-26
Verbatim Date:26 August 1997
Additional Collectors: Janet Wingate
Locality: United States, Colorado, Park, Mosquito Range, San Isabel National Forest, wetland below junction of Rough & Tumbling Creek and Lynch Creek.
39.041817  -106.1144564 +-100m.  WGS84
Verbatim Coordinates: 03600E 21800N;
Georeference Remarks: I plotted the UTM at the expanded collector provided UTM along Rough and Tumble Creek on a pond along the creek at 9995 ft. RA
Elevation: 3018 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 9900 ft
Habitat: Creek floodplain; in wet soil with Salix planifolia, Pentaphylloides floribunda, Salix brachycarpa, Agrostis scabra, Betula glandulosa; on hummocks.
Reproductive Condition: Flr
Occurrence Remarks: 7.5' Jones Hill quad. Rhizomatous, single stemmed, most plants in fruit; flowers sky blue. Substrate boundary between Leadville Limestone and Minturn-Belden Formation.
Specimen Images
Record Id: 861f3d02-bfb8-43fa-a28d-d1d5ea4ba46d
Occurrence ID (GUID): 861f3d02-bfb8-43fa-a28d-d1d5ea4ba46d
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: J Ryan Allen (
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