University of New Mexico Herbarium
(UNM:Vascular Plants)
Catalog #: UNM0023558
Occurrence ID (GUID): 800ce32e-fa22-4184-89f5-456d494c3c19
Secondary Catalog #: 95287
Taxon: Townsendia incana Nutt.
Family: Asteraceae
Determiner: J. L. Strother (2003)
Show Determination History
Collector: B. Jacobs   4161   
Date: 1988-06-12
Verbatim Date: 6/12/1988
Locality: United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Cochiti Quad. Bandelier National Monument; Lower Alamo Trail on mesa immediately west of Alamo Canyon, approximately 1 mile North of Rio Grande.
35.71719183  -106.30003652 +-1600m.  WGS84
Georeference Remarks: Type E: Direction from named place without distance. Can't find Lower Alamo Trail. Point made on the mesa immediately west of Alamo Canyon, about 1 miles from Rio Grande. The uncertainty reflects the uncertainty in the direction and size of the mesa.
Elevation: 1859 meters Verbatim Elevation: 6100ft
Habitat: Mesas, in shade of juniper.
Description: Low perennial herb with prominent tap root, flowers white with pink veins.
Preparations: Sheets - 1
Notes: Mesas, in shade of juniper. Low perennial herb with prominent tap root, flowers white with pink veins. Easter Daisy.
Specimen Images
Record ID: 800ce32e-fa22-4184-89f5-456d494c3c19
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Timothy K. Lowrey (tlowrey@unm.edu)
See an error? Login to edit data
No comments have been submitted
New Comment
Login to leave a comment.