A. T. Whittemore & T. E. Whittemore
- Field Museum of Natural History - Botany Department
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Description: Label image for C1039071FCurrent Determination: Chiloscyphus polyanthos (L.) CordaFamily: LophocoleaceaeDet. by: A. T. Whittemore, Nov 1992Location: United States of America: NevadaLocality: Dirt road from Highway 431 to microwave relay and Mount Rose Trail, west flank oCoordinates: 39.3167 -119.933Elevation: 2850Habitat/Microhabitat: Cool shaded north-facing streambank, base of slope at south end of large open meadow at junction of dirt road and Mount Rose Trail; open Artemisia-Pinus contort woodland with low Salix along streamsCollector(s): A. T. Whittemore & T. E. WhittemoreCollection Date: 19 October 1992Catalog Subset: BryophytesEMu IRN: 4511027OccurenceID: 68be2552-e71c-4e64-bef1-c403a6431f70
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