Mississippi State University
Catalog #: MISSA014298
Occurrence ID (GUID): a0bd6bf5-9406-4731-8488-cf65fadd1adb
Secondary Catalog #: 32237
Taxon: Phacelia arizonica Gray
Family: Boraginaceae
Collector: Mark Fishbein, S. McMahon, G. Ferguson, J. McCormack & K. Hooper   4419   
Date: 2001-03-20
Locality: Mexico, Sonora, Cucurpe, Elevation: 930 meters. Rio Saracachi, 2.2 miles (road) west of Rancho Agua Fria (Saracachi), southwest end of Sierra San Antonio, Municipio de Cucurpe, Sonora, Mexico.
30.3625  -110.6
Habitat: Edge of small ravine cut into deep alluvium, desertscrub with Prosopis velutina, Acacia greggii, Carnegiea gigantea, Juniperus coahuilensis, Lupinus concinnus, Astragalus nuttallianus, Phacelia distans, Glandularia bipinnatifida, Oenothera primiveris.
Reproductive Condition: flower
Notes: Procumbent annual, calyx deep rose, corolla cream with rose liines within, carpels white, stamens white with bluish anthers. Common. University of Idaho Herbarium [ID]. Plants of Sonora, Mexico.
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Record ID: a0bd6bf5-9406-4731-8488-cf65fadd1adb
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Ryan Folk, curator (rfolk@biology.msstate.edu)
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