Dataset: DBG-KHD
Taxa: Koeleria macrantha (Koeleria cristata var. pubescens, Koeleria gracilis subsp. idahensis, Koeleria gracilis var. breviculmis, Koeleria gracilis var. pseudocristatoides, Koeleria nitida var. californica, Aira cristata, Aira gracilis, Aira macrantha, Dactylis cristata, Koeleria arkansana, Koeleria cal... (show all)
Search Criteria: United States of America; Colorado; Axton Ranch Mountain Park. 450 acre parcel just east of Starr Peak and approximately 13.75 kilometers west north west of intersection of Colorado State highway 72 and Colorado State Highway 93.; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Kathryn Kalmbach Herbarium


DBG:KHD
Koeleria macrantha (Ledeb.) Schult.
KHD00078987Audrey Spencer   2002021-07-01
United States of America, Colorado, Jefferson, Axton Ranch Mountain Park. 450 acre parcel just east of Starr Peak and approximately 13.75 kilometers west north west of intersection of Colorado State highway 72 and Colorado State Highway 93., 39.899661 -105.39457, 2675m

DBG:KHD
Koeleria macrantha (Ledeb.) Schult.
KHD00079381Audrey Spencer   2272021-07-08
United States of America, Colorado, Jefferson, Axton Ranch Mountain Park. 450 acre parcel just east of Starr Peak and approximately 13.75 kilometers west north west of intersection of Colorado State highway 72 and Colorado State Highway 93., 39.900367 -105.393001, 2671m


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