Brassicaceae_Draba santaquinensis

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Family Brassicaceae
Basionym Draba santaquinensis Windham & Allphin
Original Identification Draba brachystylis Rydb.
Current Taxon Draba santaquinensis Windham & Allphin
Protologue Citation Harvard Papers in Botany 12(2): 410. 2007. 
Holotype/Isotype Holotype
DUKE Accession Number 397752
Primary Collector M. D. Windham
Collector Number 2650
Collection Date 23 May 2003
Country United States
Province/State Utah
Plant Location Notes Utah Co.: SE of Santaquin along Summit Creek in the Wasatch Mountains ca. 4.61 km NNE of the summit (10913) of Bald Mountain. T10S, R2E, Sec. 30; Lat.: 39°55'06"N Long.: 111°45'06"W (WGS84 Datum). Elev. 6060 ft. 
Plant Description Notes On ledges of SE-facing limestone outcrop with Acer, Holodiscus & Abies. Short-lived, taprooted perennials; stems hirsute with long (to 1.5 mm) simple & 2 rayed hairs; leaves with coarse, long-stalked, 2- to 4-rayed trichomes; petals bright yelloww, to 4 mm long; styles to 1.2 mm long, fruiting pedicels ascending-divergent, hirsute, to 7 mm long; fruits to 16 mm long & 3.5 mm wide, often curved, hirsute with mostly 2-rayed hairs.
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Broad geographical location North America
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