University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
(COLO:V)
Catalog #: 00085381
Occurrence ID (GUID): caf391d6-a69c-4612-94c4-f41d0fdb2cdd
Secondary Catalog #: 333131
Taxon: Erigeron speciosus (Lindley) De Candolle
Family: ASTERACEAE
Collector: W. A. Weber; R. C. Wittmann   15445   
Date: 1979-10-06
Verbatim Date: 6 October 1979
Locality: United States, Colorado, Jackson, Routt National Forest, Zirkel Wilderness, Grizzly-Helena Trail and Ute Pass Trail (Bear Creek).
40.7664627  -106.6047937 +-5000m.  WGS84
Verbatim Coordinates: T9S R82W SEC4, 9
Georeference Remarks: I plotted the UTM along the trail at 2860m in section 9. I think the sections given are for the range of specimens, but it is hard to say I increased the CV to 5 to cover both sections. RA
Elevation: 2860 meters Verbatim Elevation: 9383 ft, 2860 m
Habitat: Trailside, forming a clump.
Reproductive Condition: Flr
Notes: Erigeron speciosus (Lindl.) DC., det. W. A. Weber, 1981. Originally identified as Aster campestris. Boettcher Lake and Pitchpine Quadrangles.
Specimen Images
https: 106551
Record ID: cca72aca-bcc9-47ad-9d58-ed5fa2b8d585
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: J Ryan Allen (james.r.allen@colorado.edu)
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