Eastern Mojave Vegetation Inflorescence of Coll. No. 2180, Apocynum x-floribundum  
 

 

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  Apocynaceae Apocynum ×floribundum
Scanned 29 January 2020.

Plants of Colorado
Apocynaceae

Apocynum ×floribundum Greene.  Dogbane.

Little Scraggy Peak, Jefferson County, Colorado. Buffalo Creek Recreation Area, northeast slopes of Little Scraggy Peak, fairly close to Little Scraggy trailhead, about 4 mi. south of town of Buffalo Creek by Cty Rd 126, 60.3 km. south of the GNIS location of Golden. 39.3393°N, 105.2616°W. WGS 1984 Elev. 2438 m. Openings in ponderosa pine, also seen/collected here; Achillea millefolium, Sedum lanceolatum, Oxytropis lambertii, Verbascum thapsus, and Elymus elymoides. Area generally disturbed by minerals prospecting, fuels reduction, and mountain biking recreation.

Collected by permit: Pike-Isabel National Forest, 2019, issued: Mar 8, 2019, to: Tom Schweich.

Tom Schweich 2180. 23-Jul-2019

Coll. No. 2180, 23 Jul 2019: Nearby collections (15 km., SEINet, 29 Jan 2020) are of Apocynum cannabinum L. and A. androsaemifolium L. I applied the hybrid name (A. ×floribundum Greene) to this collection because the leaves are spreading to ascending, not drooping, and the corolla lobes are more spreading, not reflexed. Also of note, the corolla is more than twice the calyx.

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