COLO : V
University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
Catalog #: 00571216
Secondary Catalog #: 432878
Taxon: Pseudoroegneria spicata ssp. spicata (Pursh) L
Family: POACEAE
Collector: B. Neely   4434   
Date: 1987-06-26
Verbatim Date:26 June 1987
Locality: United States, Colorado, Moffat, Dinosaur National Monument. Ridge S of Warm Springs Draw, ca 2 mi W of Warm Springs Cedars.
40.5302205  -109.0048237 +-1000m.  WGS84
Verbatim Coordinates: T7N R103W SEC29 NW¼ of SW¼
Georeference Remarks: UTM used is at 7200ft in T7N, R103W, S30 NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 instead of T7N, R103W, S29 NW 1/4 of SW 1/4. It is 4.87 miles SW of the gnis UTM for Warm Springs Cedars, UTME 673100 UTMN 4490264 is 2 miles W of the gnis UTM for Warm Springs Cedars. LJ The TR
Elevation: 2195 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 7200 ft
Habitat: On fine calcareous soil on ridgetop, SW exposure, with Pinus, Juniperus, Poa, Carex and Phlox. Park City Formation.
Reproductive Condition: Flr
Occurrence Remarks: All of your "Pseudoroegneria" ("Agropyron") spicatum should be checked; some plants are rhizomatous, which makes them Elytrigia albicans! Without knowing whether rhizomes are present, it seems impossible to distinguish these 2 ..., det W. A. Weber, 1987. Original ID: Agropyron spicatum (Pursh) Scribn. & Smith.
Specimen Images
Record Id: 04d9b5e4-3d56-40aa-9c90-cecf86d1592c
Occurrence ID (GUID): 04d9b5e4-3d56-40aa-9c90-cecf86d1592c
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: J Ryan Allen (james.r.allen@colorado.edu)
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