Kathryn Kalmbach Herbarium
Catalog #: KHD00042290
Occurrence ID (GUID): dc6b8b19-6434-4113-9332-3a2551e1cf0e
Taxon: Astragalus nidularius Barneby
Family: Fabaceae
Collector: Loraine Yeatts   4233   
Date: 1999-05-07
Locality: United States, Utah, San Juan, 7.5' N Sixshooter Peak quad. Indian Creek drainage along Lockhart Basin road ca. 4 mi N of hwy UT 211 (Squaw Flats road). just N of Major oxbow. Along road on W facing, open bench above creek and below cliffs
38.221173  -109.688463 +-4384m.  WGS84
Georeference Remarks: Collector corrected or updated georeference in 2017. Used software BaseCamp (Garmin) to either convert NAD27 to decimal latitude and longitude or to add latitude and longitude when no prior georeference existed.
Elevation: 1450 meters (4756ft)
Habitat: ne of bounding cliffs & restingsubstrate of soil derived from Cedar Mesa sandstone on Rico limestone. Disturbed area on bench above creek; on microbiotic soil.
Substrate: loose sandy soil, substrate of soil derived from Cedar Mesa sandstone on Rico limestone.
Associated Species: Coleogyne ramosissima, Ephedra torreyana, Gutierrezia sarothrae, Anisantha tectorum. Abronia Fragrans, Hymenopappus filifolius, Lupinus pusillus
Description: many clump formining stems from deeply buried caudex, banner white, wings pale violet, abundant
Reproductive Condition: Flower
Specimen Images
Rights Holder: Public Domain
Access Rights: Public Domain
Record ID: dc6b8b19-6434-4113-9332-3a2551e1cf0e
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Rick Levy, Database Associate (richard.levy@botanicgardens.org)
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