Information on record USGS_DRO220592

Sam Droege, U.S. Geological Survey database
SPECIMEN USGS_DRO220592
name Ashmeadiella femorata
sexmale
determined byKimberly Huntzinger
determined when1/10/2013 0:00:00
Entrynum253287
whoscannedKimberly Huntzinger
datescanne1/20/2013 0:00:00
DispositionUSDA Logan Lab
COLLECTION USGS_DRO8326
gmt20110418195019
ip159.189.28.161
latitude31.956
longitude-112.8095
accuracy4
elevation527
countryUSA
stateArizona
countyPima
cityOrgan Pipe Cactus National Monument
site10 Organ Pipe Drive
time1201104111015xx
time2201104121000xx
whoKelly Petersen
how0pan trap
how129
how2bowl 3.25oz
how3in field note
how4soap dawn
habitatCOM
field_note9 fl blue;10 fl white;10 fl yellow
noteCool, sunny, only L. tridentata blooming (very few).;Transect doubles back to form two parallel lines of 15 bowls each spaced ~10m apart. Habitat is rocky, arid desert scattered with xeroriparian areas (none fall in transect). Only Larrea tridentata in flower. Other dominant plants are : Cylindropuntia acanthrocarpa, Cylindropantra bigelovii, Encelia farinosa, ambrosia delroidea, Stenocereus thurber, Carnegiea gigantea, Parkinsonia microphylla and Olneya tesota;Slope ~ 0 ; transect runs East to West

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