University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
Catalog #: 00404707
Secondary Catalog #: 417170
Taxon: Philadelphus microphyllus A. Gray
Collector: W. A. Weber   17526   
Date: 1985-08-22
Verbatim Date:22 August 1985
Additional Collectors: Tim Hogan
Locality: United States, Colorado, Las Animas, Mesa de Maya. Lizard Head, a promontory at highest point of eastern section of the mesa, on Louden Ranch NE of Branson.
37.12274  -103.7274612 +-500m.  WGS84
Verbatim Coordinates: T33S R56W SEC31 SEĀ¼
Georeference Remarks: UTM used corresponds with the given T,R,S information at marked elevation of 6900 on the map. It is 3.81 miles W of the gnis UTM for The Corona and 7.93 miles W of the gnis UTM for Mesa de Maya area. It is 11.31 miles NE of the gnis UTM for Branson. LJ
Elevation: 2103 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 6900 ft
Habitat: Around rocks at the very edge of the promontory.
Reproductive Condition: Veg
Occurrence Remarks: Original ID as Philadelphus microphyllus var. microphyllus. Very infrequent east of the Continental Divide (Fremont Co.-Custer Counties), this subspecies probably not occurring west of the divide.
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Record Id: 88a21383-0541-483e-8e10-feb979997a1c
Occurrence ID (GUID): 88a21383-0541-483e-8e10-feb979997a1c
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: J Ryan Allen (
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