General Research Observations
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Occurrence ID (GUID): 6339a967-5766-4ccc-87cf-5f820ba7bcd2
Taxon: Mimulus guttatus Dc.
Family: Phrymaceae
Collector: Tony Frates   201509110031   
Date: 2015-09-11
Locality: United States, Utah, Salt Lake, Millcreek Canyon, near mid-Pipeline trail access but on south side of road, just west of Terraces entrance, and near the old FS guard station (now a rest area)
40.699268  -111.719517 +-10m.  WGS84
Georeference Remarks: Garmin GPS76 but adjusted via GE
Elevation: 1840 meters Verbatim Elevation: 6040 ft
Habitat: Muddy bank of a pond created via a flood control dam in leaf litter, fully exposed
Associated Species: Symphyotrichum eatonii, Solidago lepida, Typha domingensis, Nasturtium officinale
Description: Creeping plants appearing stoloniferous; tooths of leaves mostly crenate perhaps due to young age
Reproductive Condition: Vegetative
Notes: Limited to a small area at this location; adjoining pond created by the dam dominated by green algae, pondweed and Typha; dozens of Colorado hairstreak butterflies were floating on the water along with many other insects just above/on the algae and pondweed
Specimen Images
Author: Tony Frates
Record ID: 6339a967-5766-4ccc-87cf-5f820ba7bcd2
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