Accession Detail Results

 

 RSA is the home institution for this record
 Please cite data retrieved from this page: Data provided by the participants of the Consortium of California Herbaria (ucjeps.berkeley.edu/consortium/; Mon Oct 26 07:20:30 2020).
 Records are made available under the CCH Data Use Terms.

Specimen number RSA0014625
Determination Carex subnigricans
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Chas. H. Quibell, 1465, 1952-8-28
Verbatim date 1952-08-28
County Fresno
Locality Mott Lake, 10,000 feet, 1 1/2 mile from headwaters N Fork Mono Creek. 2 1/4 mile W of 12,841 foot Red and White Mountain on Sierran crest. Lake faces SW on step in 1500 glacial canyon.
Voucher information
phenologyflowers & fruits
other label numbersd53ccb5c-f028-4483-9112-44c8249e5e8c
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
Carex subnigricans, P. F. Zika 2009
NotesSparse stands small Pinus albicaulis, P. murrayana, some Tsugas around lake; latter two to 10,500 protected slopes; P. monticola with them S and E slopes; P. albicaulis Krumholtz to 11,500 crests where footholds. This Carex with C. exserta and Muhlenbergia filiformis in low area S of the 15 rocky ridge paralleling the outlet of lake.;
Comment
Help

    Related searches:
  1. taxon=Carex subnigricans
  2. county=Fresno; taxon=Carex subnigricans
  3. county=Fresno; collector=Quibell
  4. collector=Quibell; taxon=Carex subnigricans
  5. collector=Quibell; number=1465
  6. collector=Quibell; number=1465; include nearby numbers
  7. date=1952-08-28; collector=Quibell
  8. date=1952-08-28; county=Fresno
  9. Possible GBIF records [External]
  10. Plot elevation range (from Jepson Manual) against latitude
Check for yellow flag
Explanations of the fields are available by clicking on the left-hand headings. Information about the collector is available by clicking on the collector name. The location can be mapped by clicking on "BerkeleyMapper". Other possibly pertinent records can be retrieved by clicking on "Related searches".
  Copyright © 2018 Regents of the University of California — Updated 11 January 2019