Natural History Museum of Utah, Garrett Herbarium
(UT:Botany)
Catalog #: UT0002965
Occurrence ID (GUID): bfcd08e1-f7f1-443d-91d2-7f78311ede5b
Taxon: Sarcobatus vermiculatus (Hook.) Torr.
Family: Sarcobataceae
Determiner: Patricia West (November 08, 2012)
Collector: Patricia West      
Date: 2012-11-08
Verbatim Date: 8 November 2012
Additional Collectors: Ostlund, R.
Locality: United States, Utah, Kane, From Cannonville, UT, go south on Kodachrome Way and then continue onto Cottonwood Canyon Road (BLM Road 400) and go 2 miles. Population is on both sides of the road, in a shallow valley dominated by Sarcobatus vermiculatus.
37.499472  -111.958333  NAD83
Verbatim Coordinates: 37° 29' 58.1" N 111° 57' 30" W
Elevation: 1760 meters Verbatim Elevation: 5765ft
Habitat: Desert scrub
Substrate: Limestone; sandy loam
Associated Species: Atriplex canescens, Suaeda moquinii
Reproductive Condition: Fruit-bearing
Notes: SOS-CP1-180. Collected under the auspices of the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Department of the Interior for the Seeds of Success Native Seed Collection Program.
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Rights Holder: Natural History Museum of Utah
Record ID: bfcd08e1-f7f1-443d-91d2-7f78311ede5b
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Allison Izaksonas (aizaksonas@nhmu.utah.edu)
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