Fort Lewis College Herbarium
Catalog #: FLD0013384
Occurrence ID (GUID): e8b0004d-0cf1-4342-8d89-2a8718fc4240
Secondary Catalog #: 012849
Taxon: Botrychium pinnatum St. John
Family: Ophioglossaceae
Collector: Tim Reeves   10742d   
Date: 2006-05-31
Locality: United States, Colorado, San Juan, Molas Pass. 0.13 km ESE of & below summit and trailhead at parking lot on US 550.
37.7365  -107.695861
Verbatim Coordinates: 37° 44' 11.4" N 107° 41' 45.1" W
Elevation: 3298 meters (10817ft)
Habitat: Subalpine meadow slopes on 35 deg E-facing slope. Botrychiums in damp soil on slope below rocky bench with stand of spruce & aspen to N.
Substrate: 90% vegetation cover, 10% bare soil and arkosic sandstone rock/gravel.
Associated Species: Grasses, sedges, Viola, Thlaspi, Draba (white), Ranunculus, Dandelion, Fragaria, Androsace, Valeriana, Caltha, Veratrum.
Description: Botrychiums mostly growing in dense vegetation in solid, root-massed sod which must be cut by a knife; some plants in bare spots.
Reproductive Condition: Spores
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Record ID: e8b0004d-0cf1-4342-8d89-2a8718fc4240
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