Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory
Catalog #: RMBL0009642
Occurrence ID (GUID): 86099182-8f13-415b-8304-bde9a47b10ad
Taxon: Frasera speciosa Douglas ex Griseb.
Family: Gentianaceae
Determiner: Williams, Charles F. (2010)
ID References: Colorado Flora 3rd ed.
Collector: Williams, Charles F.   2010-0239   
Date: 2010-07-23
Locality: United States, Colorado, Gunnison, Gothic. Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, clearing around Levi cabin near East River.
38.95633  -106.99018 +-50m.  WGS84
Verbatim Coordinates: NE1/4 S3 T13S R86W; lat: 38.95633 N; long: 106.99018 W
Elevation: 2894 meters Verbatim Elevation: 9495ft.
Habitat: Damp meadow along willow margin. Slightly higher ground surrounded by Salix dominated wetland. Diverse herb community in small meadow opening surrounded by Salix wetland.
Description: Plants to 2 m tall from a basal rosette. Mostly in fruit, with few flowers still on lateral branches. This was a major flowering year (only every 5-10 years). Very common and conspicuous in meadows throughout area.
Reproductive Condition: Fruit
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Record ID: 86099182-8f13-415b-8304-bde9a47b10ad
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: C.F. Rick Williams, Curator (
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