General Research Observations
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Occurrence ID (GUID): f7af9100-7f54-47f7-bb87-92eb25b4ce68
Taxon: Aconitum columbianum Nutt.
Family: Ranunculaceae
Collector: Koppinger, Douglas      
Date: 2017-09-18
Locality: United States, Arizona, Pima, in ravine on steep north-northwest slope near very top of Mt. Lemmon, Santa Catalina Mountains below the perimeter of the University of Arizona astrophysical facility; Coronado National Forest
32.4439  -110.7909 +-50m.  WGS84
Elevation: 2680 meters (8790ft)
Habitat: Mixed conifer riparian with post fire debris and wind downfall
Substrate: in developed soils along rocky narrow creek bed
Associated Species: Ribes pinetorum, Rubus neomexicanus, Sorbus dumosa, Abies bifolia, Pseudotsuga menziesii
Description: plants were several feet tall in healthy condition with numerous flowers
Reproductive Condition: flowering
Notes: two clusters of Aconitum growing within 20 feet of each other; natural
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Author: Douglas Koppinger
Author: Douglas Koppinger
Author: Douglas Koppinger
Record ID: f7af9100-7f54-47f7-bb87-92eb25b4ce68
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