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General Research Observations
Taxon: Phragmites australis subsp. australis (Cav.) Steud.
Family: Poaceae
Collector: Frates, Tony   201604080070   
Date: 2016-04-08
Locality: United States, Utah, Wayne, Capitol Reef National Park, just north of and near/adjoining campground on east bank of Fremont River, Rim Overlook Trail
38.2836  -111.24802 +-6m.  WGS84
Elevation: 1665 meters (5461ft)
Habitat: Riparian corridor
Associated Species: Salix exigua, Equisetum sp., Rhus aromatica var. trilobata
Description: Plants up to 4 meters tall, dense growth
Reproductive Condition: Vegetative
Occurrence Remarks: Plants particularly dense and tall in this area and the inflorescence appeared bushy. The native subspecies is normally encountered in the area generally but based on materials later collected in October of 2016 by Sandra Borthwick (CRNP biologist) and reviewed by Eric Hazelton (USU), it is appears that this is likely the invasive subspecies.
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Record Id: 4f249b6b-0a3e-4631-8623-967d99e2a793
Occurrence ID (GUID): 4f249b6b-0a3e-4631-8623-967d99e2a793
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