University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
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(A. Gray) W. A. Weber
Barry C. Johnston; Pete Lucas
07 July 1978
United States, Colorado, Grand, Beside Colorado highway 9, ca. 3 mi. SSE Kremmling.
40.008608 -106.3759034 +-100m. WGS84
T1N R80W Sec32 SE¼ of NE¼
I placed point in SE? of NE? of sec 32 along hwy 9 TF The elevation does not reach 7513' in the 1/4 1/4 section given. The point is good. RA
7513 ft, 2290 m
Nearly flat, barren black-shale slopes derived from a lower member of the Pierre Formation, with Tetradymia canescens.
Flr & Frt
Forming large hemispherical mounds to 50 cm diam. with 20-30 stems, branched caudex from a thick vertical rootstock up to 5 cm diam, with smell like sweet carrots or weak turpentine when fresh.
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