University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection
Catalog #: 00520635
Occurrence ID (GUID): 8885c234-31a3-4f81-addf-5e40339bec6d
Secondary Catalog #: 472993
Taxon: Aquilegia coerulea James ex Torrey
Collector: Rea Orthner   526   
Date: 1998-07-09
Verbatim Date: 9 July 1998
Locality: United States, Colorado, Park, Mosquito Range. Pike National Forest. Along the Tumble Creek Trail between the Rich Creek Trailhead and the junction with the Lynch Creek Trail (#618).
39.0663346  -106.1136282 +-1000m.  WGS84
Verbatim Coordinates: T11S R78W SEC28
Georeference Remarks: I plotted the UTM along the Rough and Tumbling Creek trail between Lynch Creek and the Rich Creek Trail in section 28. RA
Elevation: 3094 meters Verbatim Elevation: 10150 ft
Habitat: Populus tremuloides forest. With Shepherdia canadensis, Sabina scopulorum, Symphoricarpos rotundifolius, Oxytropis sericea, Astragalus alpina, A. tenellus, Pseudocymopterus montanus, Anemone multifida, Cirsium scariosum, Pedicularis procera, Lupinus...;
Reproductive Condition: Flr
Notes: USGS 7.5' Jones Hill Quad. Light blue calyx with white corolla. Rocky Mountains distribution.
Specimen Images
Link to Source: 54366
Record ID: 5077ae93-f2fd-432c-95ab-0dd731316d02
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: J Ryan Allen (
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