Utah Valley University Herbarium

Label

Accession # 15483 
Family
Family - UVUAPG III FamilyCronquist FamilyA Utah Flora
Family
Asteraceae  
Species Chrysothamnus depressus Nutt.
Common name   dwarf rabbitbrush
Collector(s)
W. Fertig   25047  
  [no date]  
Country
State/Province
County
United States
Utah
Iron County
Datum Not recorded
Uncertainty Not calculated

Taxonomy


Synonyms recognized by ITIS (bold taxon is currently accepted):

     Chrysothamnus depressus Nutt.

     Ericameria depressa (Nutt.) L.C. Anders.

Common Name(s): dwarf rabbitbrush, longflower rabbitbrush.

Taxonomic Hierarchy: (ITIS TSN=37051, click for more information and references)

        Kingdom: Plantae
            Subkingdom: Tracheobionta
                Division: Magnoliophyta
                    Class: Magnoliopsida
                        Subclass: Asteridae
                            Order: Asterales
                                Family: Asteraceae
                                    Genus: Chrysothamnus
                                        Species: Chrysothamnus depressus
                                                                                            

Images

Available images of this specimen (click to view):
specimen image: 15483s1.jpg

Images of other samples of the same species:
specimen image: 05556s2.jpg 
05556
specimen image: 07042s2.jpg 
07042
specimen image: 07045s2.jpg 
07045
specimen image: 10831s2.jpg 
10831

Nearby Accessions

Locale

Links

Taxon Links for species Chrysothamnus depressus  Nutt.

CalPhotos, Berkeley Digital Library Project

CNPS Manual of California Vegetation Database

USDA Plants database
University of Washington Herbarium: Plants of Washington (images)

Texas A&M University: Image Library (images)

Lady Bird Johnson's Wildflower Center

Google Images

External link to this species in the UVU Herbarium:
http://herbarium.UVU.edu/virtual/search.asp?taxon=Chrysothamnus+depressus

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