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Flat, marshy area south of road at Porcupine Gulch. Wasatch Range, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Elevation: 6,000 feet
Collected by: L. Arnow
July 8, 1968
Lamb's Canyon, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Elevation: 8,000 feet
Collected by: W.P. Cottom
July 5, 1956
Near head of Upper Bowl on East slope of Mount Ogden, Weber County, Utah.
Elevation: 8,500 feet
Collected by: M.D. Windham, R.D. Stone and F. Smith
July 26, 1996
Along Brumley Creek, La Sal Mountains, Utah.
Elevation: 8,858 - 9,842 feet
Collected by: P.A. Rydberg and A.O. Garett
July 12, 1911
Little Cottonwood Canyon, Albion Basin. Wasatch Range, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Elevation: 9,500 feet
Collected by: W.P. Cottam
July 18, 1963
Wasatch Range, head of Little Cottonwood Canyon in Albion Basin. Salt Lake County, Utah.
Elevation: 9,300 feet
September 30, 1980
Northwest of Washington Lake in the Uinta Mountains, Summit County, Utah.
Elevation: 10,025 feet
Collected by: M.D. Windham
July 9, 1991
South of Red Pine Lake in Wasatch Mountains, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Elevation: 9,900 feet
July 23, 1992
Northeast of Tabiona, Unita Mountains, Utah in the Farm Creek Peak area.
Elevation: 10,200 feet
Collected by: S. Goodrich
July 21, 1983
Timpanogos Peak, Utah County, Utah.
Elevation: 12,000 feet
Collected by W.P. Cottam, J.B. Anderson, F.C. Rowland and R.R. Ream
July 14, 1959
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