Eastern Mojave Vegetation Fruit of Coll. No. 2713, Oxypolis fendleri  
 

 

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  Apiaceae Oxypolis fendleri
Microphotogrraphed 13 February 2022.

Plants of Colorado
Apiaceae

Oxypolis fendleri (A. Gray) Heller.  Fendler's Cowbane.

Brumley, Lake County, Colorado. Along the bank of the North Fork of Lake Creek, opposite the Sno-Tel station, about 11 road miles generally west on Colorado Highway 82 from the town of Twin Lakes, 175 km. southwest of Golden. 39.0877N, 106.5424W. WGS 1984 Elev. 3244 m. Shaded bank of creek. Brumley was a stage stop on the route across Independence Pass.

Collected by permit: Pike - San Isabel National Forest, 2021, issued: Mar 29, 2021, to: Tom Schweich.

Tom Schweich 2713. 18-Aug-2021

Fruit strongly flattened dorsally, dorsal ribs filiform, lateral ribs thin-winged with a nerve at the inner margin on the dorsal side so that the mericarp appears to have 5 dorsal ribs (instead of 3) as well as the 2 marginal rings (Ackerfield, 2015, p. 88)”

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