General Research Observations
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Occurrence ID (GUID): 0ddf7cdb-74ef-4e9c-8937-0c0d136c7ac9
Taxon: Sambucus caerulea Raf.
Family: Adoxaceae
Collector: Tony Frates   20141115042   
Date: 2014-11-15
Locality: US, Utah, Salt Lake, Salt Lake valley, habitat parallel to and east of I-15, approx. 0.22 miles northwest of the intersection of 2700 South and 300 West.
40.713736  -111.903526  WGS84
Elevation: 1293 meters (4241ft)
Habitat: Currently dry culvert densely vegetated within enclosed fence
Associated Species: Natives: Betula occidentalis, Salix exigua, Populus fremontii. Non-native: Phragmites australis (invasive), Cirsium arvense, and others.
Description: 3-4 meters tall, bushy, multi-stemmed, with persistent fruits, late in season; fruits powdery blue/glaucus, leaves mostly 9-foliate
Reproductive Condition: Fruit
Notes: Possibly planted but given association of plants, possibly naturally occurring; only this single tree/group of this species observed along this stretch
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Author: Tony Frates
Record ID: 0ddf7cdb-74ef-4e9c-8937-0c0d136c7ac9
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