(= Meadow Valley)
The state of Nevada preserves this name of "Panaca Valley" in identifying the Panaca Valley watershed. However, the USGS GNIS identifies this valley as Meadow Valley.
Averett (1963) lists Panaca and Meadow Valley as valid southern Nevada place names, but does not mention "Panaca Valley."
There are some botanical collections, notably those of Marie Gentry made in 1941, which give the collecting locality as Panaca Valley and vicinity.
Articles that refer to this location:
Literature Referring To This Location:
Averett, Walter R. 1963.
Directory of Southern Nevada Placenames.
Cunningham, Isabel Shipley. 1994.
Howard Scott Gentry (1901-1993): Distinguished Economic Botanist and President, Society for Economic Botany 1974.
BioSci: SB1.E37, TAS
Refers briefly to "Marie Gentry."
Nichols, Tad, and Bill Broyles. 1997.
Afield with Desert Scientists.
Journal of the Southwest.
Mentions Marie Gentry. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40170060
Nevada, Division of Water Resources. 2009.
Designated Groundwater Basins of Nevada.
Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Office of the State Engineer, Division of Water Resources, 901 S. Stewart Street, Carson City, Nevada 89701. Tracy Taylor, P.E., State Engineer.
Lincoln County Planning Department. 2007.
Lincoln County Designated Water Basins.
Species collected at or near this location:
Frasera albomarginata S. Watson. (Oth)
|Total number of taxa:|| 1
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Date and time this article was prepared:8:57:17 PM, 5/26/2021.