Utah Valley University Herbarium


Accession # 09677 
Family - UVUAPG III FamilyCronquist FamilyA Utah Flora
Species Crepis tectorum L.
Common name   narrow-leaf hawksbeard
J.G. Harris   3537  
   with D.L. Taylor
Coll. Date 17 July 2004 
Geography Canada.  British Columbia.  
Locality along Cassiar Highway, ca 10 km due SE of Bob Quinn Lake. 
Elev.: 1607 ft. (490 m.)
Habitat Notes gravelly riverbank. 
Latitude Longitude 56° 55'  53" N, 130° 7'  11" W
Datum Not recorded
Uncertainty Not calculated


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

     Crepis tectorum L.

Common Name(s): narrowleaf hawksbeard, narrow-leaf hawk's-beard, narrowleaved hawk's beard.

Taxonomic Hierarchy: (ITIS TSN=37212, click for more information and references)

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


Available images of this specimen (click to view):
specimen image: 09677s2.jpg

Nearby Accessions

Other accessions in the database collected near this one:

Accession Name Dist., dir.
09676 Arabidopsis lyrata  ssp. kamchatica   "Lyre-leaved western rockcress" same section
09678 Epilobium hornemannii  var. lactiflorum  same section


Nearby locations from the USGS Geographic Name Information System (GNIS) database:

Name County Dist., dir. Elevation (ft.) 7.5' Quad Name


Taxon Links for species Crepis tectorum  L.

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

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