Species Identification Confidence:
I'm very confident
Observed Individual(s) in Hand or Close Range
Horning used black light.
Decimal Degrees: 43.4,-113.5
On a flat clearing at 6300 ft, adjacent to a beaver pond. Soil is of granitic origin, with no evidence of lava activity. Many plant species are present, but only a few were checked regularly for insects. Principal trees: Alnus tenuifolia (A. incana), Populus tremuloides, P. trichocarpa, with scattering of Salix spp. A few shrubs, such as Artemisia tridentata and Chrysothamnus (Ericameria) nauseosus, grow in the more open areas. A heavy stand of mixed vegetation occurs along the creek and includes Agastache urticifolia, H(eracleum) lanatum (H. maximum), Prunus virginiana, Rubus parviflorus, S(enecio) serra, U(rtica) lyalli, and Xanthium strumarium (Horning and Barr 1970).
Game Management Unit:
July 28, 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