Eastern Mojave Vegetation Coll. No. 2956, Salix lasiandra var. caudata.  


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  Salicaceae Salix lasiandra caudata
Photographed 8 December 2023.

Plants of the Douglas Mountain Study Area
Jefferson County Open Space, Colorado, USA

Salix lasiandra Benth. Var. caudata (Nutt.) Sudw.  Greenleaf Willow.

Guy Gulch, Jefferson County, Colorado. Along the creek in Guy Gulch, 95 m. southwest of the Centennial Ranch house, 2.48 km. south of Mt. Tom, 12.2 km. (geodesic) northwest of the GNIS location of Golden. 39.7942N, 105.3549W. WGS 1984 Elev. 2340 m. Staminate catkins, small multi-trunk.

Collected by permit: Jefferson County Open Space, 2023, issued: Apr 10, 2023, to: Tom Schweich.

Tom Schweich, with John Vickery 2956. 14-Jun-2023

Coll. No. 2956, 14 Jun 2023, characters observed: Shrub, tall, multistem, > 1 m.; Stems, current year's yellow-brown, shiny (like shellacked), prior year's medium brown; Leaves, petiole, 2-3 mm., without glands, blade, elliptic, 52 mm. × 18 mm. wide, margin, serrulate, tip, acute to acuminate, glabrous; Catkins, staminate, peduncles, 9-14 mm., leafy, catkin, 40 mm., elongate; Floral bracts, yellowish-tan, tips, eglandular, rounded to erose?, proximally velutinous (short wavy); Stamens, 5-6; Filaments, not hairy.

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