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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceUtah
County/ParishSan Juan County
LocalityLa Sal Mountains, Spring On North Side Of Geyser Pass, Between The End Of Usfs Rd. #243 And The Saddle East Of Haystack Mountain
Latitude38.498972
Longitude-109.235722
Institution CodeAsc
Catalog NumberAsc00106043
Collected ByM. Licher
Date Collected2013-06-30

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Number of Specimens: 105 000 Specialty: Colorado Plateau, especially northern Arizona; northeastern Mojave Desert; northern Arizona National Parks and Monuments; vascular plants of the San Francisco Peaks and Coconino National Forest. Important Collections: M. Baker; R. E. Collom; C. F. Deaver; D. Demaree; R. K. Gierisch; L. N. Goodding; G. Goodwin; H. D. Hammond; R. H. Hevly; M. E. Jones; T. H. Kearney; Max Licher; E. L. Little, Jr.; V. O. Mayes; A. M. Phillips; G. R. Rink; C. G. Schaack; J. J. Thornber; A. F. Whiting Incorporated Herbaria: FSLF (1000 specimens) in 1989. Notes: Name for Arizona State College changed to Northern Arizona University in 1966. ASC fungi transferred to MICH in 1998. ASC is temporarily housing NAVA, until the Navajo Natural Heritage builds a new building. Date Founded: 1930.

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Taxonomy
Scientific NameMelica spectabilis
KingdomPlantae
PhylumMagnoliophyta
Classliliopsida
OrderPoales
FamilyPoaceae
GenusMelica
Specific Epithetspectabilis
Scientific Name AuthorsScribn.
Specimen
Catalog NumberASC00106043
Reproductive ConditionFlower
Institution CodeASC
Occurrence ID33ff7b2d-be5a-461e-b4a1-3dcc4fcba091
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Associated TaxaAconitum columbianum, Senecio triangularis, Cardamine cordifolia, Saxifraga odontoloma, Deschampsia caespitosa, Trifolium kingii, Salix, Mertensia ciliata, Phleum, Platanthera hyperborea, Carex microptera, Carex nova, Juncus mertensianus, Juncus saximontanus, Heracleum maximum, Geranium richardsonii, Hymenoxys hoopesii, Valeriana acutiloba, Ribes montigenum, Cirsium scariosum, Taraxacum, Draba spectabilis, Thalictrum, Ranunculus, Achillea millefolium, Picea engelmannii
Collection Event
Collected ByM. Licher
Collector Number3940
Date Collected2013-06-30
Start Day of Year181
Collection RemarksPerennial grass with bulbs, 45 cm tall, purplish tinge to florets, occasional.
Locality
CountryUSA
State / ProvinceUtah
CountySan Juan County
Continentnorth america
LocalityLa Sal Mountains, spring on north side of Geyser Pass, between the end of USFS Rd. #243 and the saddle east of Haystack Mountain
HabitatWet marshy hillside in a Mountain Meadow, with spring-fed stream running through just below timberline (Spruce Fir Forest).
Decimal Latitude38.498972
Decimal Longitude-109.235722
Minimum Elevation in Meters3328
Verbatim Elevation10920 ft.
Verbatim Coordinates38° 29' 32.6'' N 109° 13' 59.7'' W; 38° 29' 56.3'' N 109° 14' 08.6'' W
Coordinate Uncertainty In Meters10
Geodetic DatumNad 83
Other
Modified2015-02-27 14:20:29
ID4176911
dwc:datasetID7ddf754f-d193-4cc9-b351-99906754a03b
symbiota:recordEnteredBymarkgraf
dwc:collectionID17a53c97-835b-409e-8a9a-c9a7307a4965
dcterms:rightsHolderDeaver Herbarium
dcterms:referenceshttp://swbiodiversity.org/seinet/collections/individual/index.php?occid=4176911
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