Uinta Basin flora
Sherel Goodrich, Elizabeth Neese, United States. Forest Service. Intermountain Region, Ashley National Forest (Utah and Wyo.), United States. Bureau of Land Management. Vernal District
USDA Forest Service-Intermountain Region, in cooperation with USDA Forest Service-Ashley National Forest and USDI Bureau of Land Management-Vernal District, 1986 - Science - 320 pages
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achenes alpine anthers apex aspen awns axils basal leaves base bisexual branches calyx Canyon capsule cm long cm tall cm wide conifer corolla Creek culms Daggett densely desert shrub disc flowers drainage Duchesne erect fruit glabrous glandular glumes Gray Green River hairs inflorescence involucral bracts July-Aug June-Aug lacking lanceolate leaf blades leaflets leaves alternate leaves entire lemmas less ligules linear lobed locally common margins May-June meadows Nutt Occasional ovary panicle pappus pedicels peduncles Perennial herbs perianth perigynia petals petioles pinnately pinnatifid pinyon-juniper communities pistillate Plants annual plants are referable Plants perennial ponderosa pine pubescent Pursh racemes rachis rarely rays records seen rhizomes Rydb sagebrush seeds segments sepals sessile sheaths slopes solitary sometimes specimens seen spikelets spikes stamens stem leaves stigmas Strawberry Valley style subtended taproots Tavaputs Plateau taxa tepals timberline toothed tube Uinta Mts umbels upper usually Wats wet places widespread yellow