Verbascum virgatum Stokes

  • Filed As

    Scrophulariaceae
    Verbascum virgatum Stokes

  • Collector(s)

    M. T. Hysell s.n., 26 Jun 1994

  • Location

    United States of America. Utah. Salt Lake Co. Traverse Mountain Range. Camp W. G. Williams Training Area. Camp No. 719.

  • Habitat

    Topography: Lake terrace. Rocktype: Andesite. Slope: 2. Aspect: N. Soil type: Butterfiled. Soil texture: extremly stony loam. Mixed grass and herbs. With Elymus spicatus, Artemisia tridentata, Stipa comata.

  • Description

    Flowers yellow. Fruit: capsule. Introduced biennial herb. 0.50 m. Phenology of specimen: Flower.

  • Identifiers

    NY Barcode: 01282215

    Occurrence ID: 66b30a3d-039f-44e7-bd6f-65bbbb1fe422

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  • Kingdom

    Plantae

  • Division

    Magnoliophyta

  • Order

    Lamiales

  • Family

    Scrophulariaceae

  • All Determinations

    Verbascum virgatum Stokes det M. T. Hysell
    Note: Verified by Leila Shultz

  • Region

    North America

  • Country

    United States of America

  • State/Province

    Utah

  • County/Municipio

    Salt Lake Co.

  • Locality

    Traverse Mountain Range. Camp W. G. Williams Training Area. Camp No. 719

  • Elevation

    Alt. 1469 m. (4820 ft.)

  • Coordinates

    40.45, -111.9

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