Utah Valley University Herbarium

Label

 
Accession # 13358 
Family
Family - UVUAPG III FamilyCronquist FamilyA Utah Flora
Family
CrassulaceaeCrassulaceaeCrassulaceae  
Species Sedum leibergii Britton
Common name   Leiberg stonecrop
Collector(s)
G. Mason   6098  
Coll. Date 09 June 1963 
Country
State/Province
County
United States
Oregon
Wallowa County
Locality near the Imnaha River, about 2 miles S of Imnaha.
     Elev.: 2000 ft. ( m.)
Habitat Notes moist, basalt outcropping; coniferous shady woods, with Selaginella and Woodsia oregana. 
Township Range T1N, R48E, S28  
Datum Not recorded
Uncertainty Not calculated

Taxonomy


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

     Sedum leibergii Britt.

     Amerosedum leibergii (Britt.) A.& D. Löve
     Sedum borschii (Clausen) Clausen
     Sedum divericatum S. Wats.
     Sedum leibergii var. typicum Clausen

Common Name(s): Leiberg stonecrop.

Taxonomic Hierarchy: (ITIS TSN=24135, click for more information and references)

        Kingdom: Plantae
            Subkingdom: Tracheobionta
                Division: Magnoliophyta
                    Class: Magnoliopsida
                        Subclass: Rosidae
                            Order: Rosales
                                Family: Crassulaceae
                                    Genus: Sedum
                                        Species: Sedum leibergii
                                                                                            

Images

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specimen image: 13358s1.jpg

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Links

Taxon Links for species Sedum leibergii  Britton

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=Sedum+leibergii

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