University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
Catalog #: 00212431
Secondary Catalog #: 3311
Taxon: Pediocactus simpsonii var. minor (Engelmann) Cockerell
Collector: F. Ramaley   10373   
Date: 1915-06-12
Verbatim Date:12 June 1915
Locality: United States, Colorado, Boulder, Sulphide.
39.94899  -105.53597 +-5000m.  WGS84
Georeference Remarks: Sulphide was a train stop between Eldora and the Cardinal-Caribou stop according to "The Official Railway Guide: North American Freight Service Edition" 1905 edition page 564 found here:
Habitat: Dry grassland.
Reproductive Condition: Veg
Occurrence Remarks: Coryphantha vivipara (Nutt.) Br.&Rose, det. L. Benson, 1968. / Pediocactus simpsonii, by virtue of its spine pattern, count & clearly defined radials & centrals, det. Arp, May 1970. / P. simpsonii var. minor (Eng.) Cock., det. K.D. Heil, 1990. Original ID as Coryphantha radiosa (Engelm.) Rydb. =Cacuts radiosus neomexicanus (Engelm.) Coult.
Specimen Images
Record Id: 2d9c1be1-17a0-42c4-873f-fc9ad0376387
Occurrence ID (GUID): 2d9c1be1-17a0-42c4-873f-fc9ad0376387
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