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Aquilegia coerulea James ex Torrey
K. Richard Johnson 777
Verbatim Date: 23 July 1937
United States, Colorado, Jackson, Little Columbine Lake.
40.38633 -106.58722 +-1000m. WGS84
I located the lake using K. R. Johnsons 1941 paper (https://www.jstor.org/stable/1929616 p.311). It is an unmarked lake between Rabbit Ears Pass and Muddy Pass on the north side of the road. I placed the point on the shore of the lake. RA; Georeferenced 2
Aspen forest, meadow.
Flr & Frt
Aquilegia caerulea var. caerulea, det. Russell B. Miller, 1974. Original label says Routt County, but K. Richard Johnson's published paper (1939) says Little Columbine Lake is in Jackson County. Lake cannot be found on map.
Record ID: a37d2253-c7d8-40a4-90e5-88e05ee1f626