Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Anticlea elegans (Zigadenus elegans subsp. elegans, Zigadenus alpinus, Anticlea coloradensis, Anticlea elegans var. elegans, Zigadenus chloranthus, Zigadenus longus, Zigadenus washakie, Anticlea elegans subsp. elegans), Anticlea elegans subsp. glauca (Anticlea elegans var. glaucus, Anticlea glauca, ... (show all)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Western New Mexico University, Dale A. Zimmerman Herbarium


SNM
Anticlea elegans (Pursh) Rydberg
12916J. and J. Dunne-Brady   1997-08-14
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Big Tesuque Campground on the road to the Santa Fe ski basin, 2896m

SNM
Anticlea elegans (Pursh) Rydberg
12915J. and J. Dunne-Brady   1997-08-14
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Big Tesuque Campground on the road to the Santa Fe ski basin, 2896m

Western State Colorado University


WSC
WSC0002970Andy Buyok   481967-07-21
United States, Colorado, San Juan, Coak Bank Summit on U.S. Hwy 550., 3231m

WSC
WSC0002264Glenn Rogers   3291965-07-07
United States, Colorado, Mesa, Picket Corral, Escalante Creek., 38.54007553 -108.4200161, 2377m

WSC
WSC0000276Sandor Szlovak   1251961-07-11
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Niwot Ridge., 40.056161 -105.586563, 3200m

WSC
WSC0002912Jill Bardeen   921967-08-11
United States, Colorado, Park, South side of Red Hill Pass near Fairplay., 3033m

WSC
WSC0001815T. Black   1261965-07-25
United States, Colorado, Conejos, Silver Lakes, 16 miles NE of Platoro on Road 1413., 2835m

General Research Observations


SEINet
Anticlea elegans (Pursh) Rydb.
G. Kluwin   6062014-07-29
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Schultz Creek Trail near Dry Lake Hills, approximately 3 miles NE of Flagstaff, 35.276807 -111.644485, 2338m

SEINet
Anticlea elegans (Pursh) Rydb.
J. McGrath   12692013-07-18
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, 0.4 mi. below and NE of the summit of Brazos Ridge, 36.916706 -106.357783, 3328m

SEINet
G. Godwin   54632016-07-19
USA, Utah, San Juan, Abajo Mountains west of Blanding along South Cottonwood Creek 0.25 mile north of the Forest boundary, 37.754383 -109.698633, 1920m

SEINet
Anticlea elegans (Pursh) Rydb.
G. Goodwin   54632016-07-16
USA, Utah, San Juan, West of Blanding along South Cottonwood Creek 0.25 mile north of the forest boundary, 37.754383 -109.698633, 1920m

SEINet
Morgan Streyle   6201712017-06-20
United States, Iowa, Winneshiek, Ludwig Prairie, 43.1941 -91.97881

SEINet
WJH001522Bill Harms   9391980-08-08
United States, Utah, Utah, Trail to Hidden Lakes halfway up from Aspen Grove (Primrose Cirque), 40.404882 -111.619338, 2804 - 2804m

SEINet
Anticlea elegans (Pursh) Rydb.
Jason W. Baker   13662022-07-09
USA, Idaho, Fremont, From Mack's Inn in Island Park, drive north 3 miles on US-20 to the collection site on the east side of the road adjacent to the Island Park Cemetery. Collection site is a wetland and wet meadow slated for "development"., 44.54047 -111.327805, 1956m

SEINet
Anticlea elegans (Pursh) Rydb.
Walter Fertig   227682006-07-04
United States, Utah, Iron, Utah High Plateaus: Markagunt Plateau, Cedar Mountain, below rim of summit plateau, S of UT Hwy 14, ca 3 air miles NW of Navajo Lake and 2.5 miles S of Cedar Breaks National Monument. T37S R9W S27 SE4 of NW4., 37.567979 -112.851238, 2987m

Prairie Fen Biodiversity Project


PFBP:Observations
Anticlea elegans (Pursh) Rydb.
LGL19-12Clint Pogue   CP3102014-06-11
United States, Michigan, Hillsdale, Little Goose Creek Grasslands, 42.0618 -84.32254, 304m

PFBP:Observations
Anticlea elegans (Pursh) Rydb.
LLF11-17Clint Pogue   CP3102014-06-16
United States, Michigan, Jackson, Lime Lake Fen, 42.18732 -84.54406, 300m

PFBP:Observations
Anticlea elegans (Pursh) Rydb.
LGL27-12Clint Pogue   CP3102014-06-12
United States, Michigan, Hillsdale, Little Goose Creek Grasslands, 42.0638 -84.32182, 304m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.