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|Determination||Penstemon heterodoxus subsp. heterodoxus |
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|Collector, number, date||Chas H. Quibell, 6022, 1956-8-5|
|Locality||Near College Rock Trail to 10,341 Kaiser Pk. on S. face of Kaiser Ridge above eastern end of 7000' Huntington Lake.|
|Habitat||White Fir- Jeffrey Pine forest lower steep slope; Red Fir forest starts below break in slope at 8500; its upper edge mainly Pinus monticola, P. albicaulis highest ridge crests; above 9500' carpet of Lupinus brewerii, Eriogonum marifolium, etc. or rocky with Holodiscus and Haplopappus.|
|Notes||Penstemon occas. on gentle NE slope of rock rimmed amphitheater (Salix mead at bottom) at 9700' under Pinus murrayana. Didn't notice any elsewhere on trip.;|
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