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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceArizona
County/ParishSanta Cruz County
LocalityCoronado National Forest, Ruby Quad (15 Min). Sw Side Of Alamo Canyon At A Point 2.6 Km S Of Summit Of Thumb Butte. Alamo Canyon - Pajarito Mts
Latitude31.37555
Longitude-111.12441
Institution CodeAsc
Catalog Number36976
Collected ByM.d. Windham; G. Yatskievych
Date Collected1981-03-14

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Number of Specimens: 105 000 Specialty: Colorado Plateau, especially northern Arizona; northeastern Mojave Desert; northern Arizona National Parks and Monuments; vascular plants of the San Francisco Peaks and Coconino National Forest. Important Collections: M. Baker; R. E. Collom; C. F. Deaver; D. Demaree; R. K. Gierisch; L. N. Goodding; G. Goodwin; H. D. Hammond; R. H. Hevly; M. E. Jones; T. H. Kearney; Max Licher; E. L. Little, Jr.; V. O. Mayes; A. M. Phillips; G. R. Rink; C. G. Schaack; J. J. Thornber; A. F. Whiting Incorporated Herbaria: FSLF (1000 specimens) in 1989. Notes: Name for Arizona State College changed to Northern Arizona University in 1966. ASC fungi transferred to MICH in 1998. ASC is temporarily housing NAVA, until the Navajo Natural Heritage builds a new building. Date Founded: 1930.

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Taxonomy
Scientific NameArgyrochosma incana
KingdomPlantae
PhylumPteridophyta
ClassPolypodiopsida
OrderPolypodiales
FamilyPteridaceae
GenusArgyrochosma
Specific Epithetincana
Scientific Name Authors(K. Presl) Windham
Specimen
Identified ByD.M. Benham
Catalog Number36976
Institution CodeASC
Occurrence ID91055bfe-67d9-4192-bd57-879cf1ffd487
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Associated Taxayucca, Nolina, Quercus, Opuntia, Fraxinus, Juniperus
Collection Event
Collected ByM.D. Windham; G. Yatskievych
Collector Number224B
Date Collected1981-03-14
Year1981
Month3
Day14
Start Day of Year73
Collection RemarksInfrequent, favors shaded, N-facing ledges and crevices.
Locality
CountryUSA
State / ProvinceARIZONA
CountySanta Cruz County
Continentnorth america
LocalityCoronado National Forest, Ruby Quad (15 min). SW side of Alamo canyon at a point 2.6 km S of summit of Thumb Butte. Alamo canyon - Pajarito Mts
HabitatGrowing from ledge on bedrock outcrop ca 2 m SW of streambed. Moderately moist and well shaded, shallow soil derived in situ from local Cretaceous rhyodacite and organic detritus
Decimal Latitude31.37555
Decimal Longitude-111.12441
Minimum Elevation in Meters1264
Verbatim Elevation4150ft.
Verbatim CoordinatesUTM: 3471230N 488170E 12
Other
Modified2015-01-06 14:31:47
ID1052298
dwc:georeferenceSourcesLL generated by UTM
symbiota:recordEnteredByKeri
dwc:collectionID17a53c97-835b-409e-8a9a-c9a7307a4965
dcterms:rightsHolderDeaver Herbarium
dcterms:referenceshttp://swbiodiversity.org/seinet/collections/individual/index.php?occid=1052298
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