mimulus_peregrinus

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Summary

Full Title

mimulus_peregrinus

Description

Location of the type population of Mimulus peregrinus.

Temporal coverages

Single date: Aug 27, 2011

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Administrative contact
Mario Vallejo-Marin
Lecturer
University of Stirling Biological and Environmental Sciences FK9 4LA Stirling Stirlingshire, Scotland United Kingdom +44 (0) 1786467822
Metadata author
Mario Vallejo-Marin
Lecturer
University of Stirling Biological and Environmental Sciences FK9 4LA Stirling Stirlingshire, Scotland United Kingdom +44 (0) 1786467822
Originator
Mario Vallejo-Marin
Lecturer
University of Stirling Biological and Environmental Sciences FK9 4LA Stirling Stirlingshire, Scotland United Kingdom +44 (0) 1786467822

Published by

PhytoKeys

Publication Date

Jul 2, 2012

Registration Date

Jul 6, 2012

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ZooKeys

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Pensoft Data Publishing Center

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Taxonomic Coverage

Mimulus peregrinus (Phrymaceae) is an allopolyploid species (2n = 92). Putative parents are: Mimulus guttatus x Mimulus luteus.

SPECIES
Mimulus peregrinus (wanderer monkey flower)

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Description

British Isles

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Geographic Coverage

British Isles

Mimulus in the United kingdom

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Study area description

Lowther Hills, South Lanarkshire, Scotland. United Kingdom.

Funding

Carnegie Trust Travel Grant

Project Personnel

Author
Mario Vallejo-Marin

Associated parties

Author
Mario Vallejo-Marin
Lecturer
University of Stirling Biological and Environmental Sciences FK9 4LA Stirling Stirlingshire, Scotland United Kingdom +44 (0) 1786467822

Methodology

Study extent

Field study of Mimulus populations in the United Kingdom

Sampling description

This population was found based on previous records of mimulus in the area, as well as preliminary exploration of this region.

Method Steps

  1. Plants identified along the banks of a stream.

Specimen Preservation method

Dried and pressed