Eastern Mojave Vegetation Subpalmate basal leaves of Coll. No. 2840, Potentilla hippiana × pulcherrima  


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  Rosaceae Potentilla hippiana × pulcherrima
Photographed 7 November 2022.

Plants of Jefferson County Open Space
Jefferson County, Colorado

Potentilla hippiana × pulcherrima.  Hybrid Potentilla.

Lippincott Ranch, Jefferson County, Colorado. In the saddle between Spring Brook and Bull Gulch drainages, very close to the Boulder/Jefferson County boundary, 2.08 km. north northwest of the main gate, 2.82 km. south southwest of the GNIS location of Eldorado Springs. 39.9131°N, 105.2783°W. WGS 1984 Elev. 2057 m. In grasses around scattered ponderosa pines. Lippincott Ranch is jointly owned by City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks and Jefferson County Open Space.

Collected by permit: Jefferson County Open Space, 2022, issued: Apr 5, 2022, to: Tom Schweich.

Tom Schweich, with John Vickery 2840. 2-Jul-2022

Coll. No. 2840, 2 July 2022, characters observed: Perennial herb, to 38 cm., terrestrial, not particularly glandular; Stems, ascending to erect; Stipules, entire; Leaves, compound, basal, subpalmate, leaflets (5)7, 22-48 mm. × 9-14 mm. wide, toothed entire length, 9 teeth/side, densely white below, green above, stem leaves few; Sepals, 5 mm. × 2 mm. wide, green, epicalyx bractlets, 4 mm. × 1.2 mm. wide, green; Petals, 4 mm. × 3.5 mm. wide; Styles, 2 mm.

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