Species Identification Confidence:
I'm very confident
Observed Individual(s) in Hand or Close Range
Horning used black and white lights.
Decimal Degrees: 43.4,-113.5
At elevation 5850 ft. This cinder cone is old and covered with a dense stand of Pinus flexilis and shrubs. Soil consists mainly of decomposed cinder and provides a good base for plant growth. Shrubs: Artemisia tridentata, C(hamaebatiaria) millefolium, Chrysothamnus (Ericameria) nauseosus, Purshia tridentata, and Ribes cereum. Herbs of entomological importance: C(haenactis) douglasii, L(upinus) caudatus, and P(hacelia) leucophylla. Mimulus nanus grows in the more open spaces (Horning and Barr 1970).
Game Management Unit:
July 4, 1965 (All day) to August 8, 1965 (All day)
Though U70HOR01IDUS provides month and day, the year was not shown and could have been 1964, 1965, or 1967, but "most of the field collections and observations" were "made in 1965," so that year is used here.
National Park Service