Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory
Catalog #: RMBL0009772
Occurrence ID (GUID): b7410540-d687-42a9-9997-43feaf7bd462
Taxon: Aliciella penstemonoides (M.E. Jones) J.M. Porter
Family: Polemoniaceae
Determiner: Williams, Charles F. (2010-07-06)
ID References: Colorado Flora 3rd ed.
Collector: Williams, Charles F.   2010-0132   
Date: 2010-07-06
Locality: 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
Verbatim Coordinates: T44N R2W sec12 NE 1/4
Elevation: 2742 meters Verbatim Elevation: 8995 ft.
Habitat: 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.
Associated Species: Dry scrub vegetation dominated by rabbitbrush, sage, and gooseberry and unique species found in cracks in cliff face.
Description: Small-flowered purple “gilia”. Flowers with 5, purple, strongly exserted stames. Flower and fruit. Common.
Reproductive Condition: Flower and Fruit
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Record ID: b7410540-d687-42a9-9997-43feaf7bd462
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: C.F. Rick Williams, Curator (
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