Occurrence ID (GUID):
Aliciella penstemonoides (M.E. Jones) J.M. Porter
Determiner: Williams, Charles F. (2010-07-06)
Colorado Flora 3rd ed.
Williams, Charles F. 2010-0132
United States, Colorado, Hinsdale, Cathedral, 1 mi. S jct. Pinos-Cebolla Rd, where road crosses Cebolla Creek and enters canyon. Around cabin and 160 acres of Bob and Scottie Willey.
38.07857 -107.03918 +-100m. WGS84
T44N R2W sec12 NE 1/4
Dry slopes and lower cliff faces along S facing metamorphic cliff band above Cebolla Creek. These plants growing from cracks on ledges and cliff faces.
Dry scrub vegetation dominated by rabbitbrush, sage, and gooseberry and unique species found in cracks in cliff face.
Small-flowered purple “gilia”. Flowers with 5, purple, strongly exserted stames. Flower and fruit. Common.
Flower and Fruit
Record ID: b7410540-d687-42a9-9997-43feaf7bd462