Deaver Herbarium (Northern Arizona University)
(ASC)
Catalog #: ASC00066987
Occurrence ID (GUID): e345c680-e31b-4842-be05-2f8e1d5ca632
Taxon: Pseudognaphalium canescens subsp. canescens (DC.) W.A. Weber
Family: Asteraceae
Collector: Marc A. Baker   13281   
Date: 1998-10-09
Locality: United States, Arizona, Yavapai, Walnut Creek Center for Education and Research, foothills of Juniper Mesa, .5km NNE of the confluence of Apache and Walnut Creeks, ca. 50k NNW of Prescott; Indian Peak Quadrangle
34.92612  -112.84258
Verbatim Coordinates: T18N R06W S24 SE¼ SE¼
Elevation: 1585 meters (5199ft)
Habitat: Pinus edulis-Juniperus osteosperma woodland on dark brown loam and basalt, granite, sandstone, limestone, and chert rocks and gravel
Associated Species: Arabis perennans, Aristida purpurea, Asclepias involucrata, Baccharis pteronioides, Berberis fremontii, Bouteloua curtipendula, B. Gracilis, Ceanothus greggii, Cercocarpus montanus, Echinocereus coccineus, Eragrostis curvula, Eriogonum wrightii, Forestiera pubescens, Gutierrezia sarothrae, Lithospermum incisum, Marrubium vulgare, Matelea producta, Mimosa biuncifera, Mirabilis multiflora, Muhlenbergia torreyi, Purshia stansburiana, Opuntia engelmannii, O. phaeacantha, Pascopyrum smithii, Poa fendleriana, Purshia stansburiana, Quercus emoryi, Rhus trilobata, and Yucca baccata.
Description: Common perennial herb with few to several basal branches, these weak, to 1m long; leaves aromatic, gray-green.
Reproductive Condition: flowers
Notes: Photo
Specimen Images
Rights Holder: Deaver Herbarium
Record Id: e345c680-e31b-4842-be05-2f8e1d5ca632
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Tina Ayers (tina.ayers [at] nau [period] edu) (deaver.herbarium [at] nau [period] edu)
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