Viburnum lantana L.
Determiner: Christina Alba; Nancy Downs (2018)
Christina Alba 2381
Verbatim Date: 9/12/2018
USA, Colorado, Arapahoe, Along the High Line Canal Trail at Mile Marker 34. 485 meters N of Blackmer Lake.
39.63609639 -104.935926 WGS84
Flat to Rolling Plains ecoregion; earthen canal and adjacent recreational trail ("Wooded Village" zone, High Line Canal trail), embedded within an urbanized landscape that was historically shortgrass steppe. Canal vegetation composition changes from ruderal grasses and forbs and planted/escaping garden plants (upland areas by trail) to water-loving trees/shrubs and associated understory (lowland areas near canal). Representative trees and shrubs: Populus deltoides, Gleditsia triacanthos, Fraxinus pennsylvanica, Rhamnus cathartica, Lonicera tatarica, Prunus virginiana, escaped Viburnum spp., cultivated Quercus spp. Grasses: managed (planted/mowed) species such as Poa pratensis and Bromus inermis mixed with native Buchloe dactyloides and Bouteloua gracilis; with Phalaris arundinacea and Carex emoryi along canal. Forbs: Heterotheca villosa, several species of Symphyotrichum, Oenothera, and Mirabilis, Solidago gigantea, Erodium cicutarium, Dipsacus laciniatus, Linaria dalmatica.
silt, clay, humus
Approximate height: 2. 5 meters. Habit: woody. Life cycle habit: perennial. Origin: introduced. Estimated frequency within viewshed: rare (1-5).
High Line Canal Ecological Survey. Additional data describing plant abundance and pollinator community is available. Tissue sample collected from same individual. Army Corps of Engineers Wetland Indicator Value: not available (Lichvar et al. 2012). Coefficient of conservatism value: * (non-native species) (Floristic Quality Assessment Indices for Colorado Plant Communities, doi:10.13140/RG.2.1.2634.8248).
Cultivation Status: Cultivated
Rights Holder: Public Domain
Access Rights: Public Domain
Record Id: 3e3c97a2-4437-4a04-9a88-c95865f0de86
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