Collections of rust fungi were made in the general area of Jackson Hole from August 16th to September 6th, inclusive. Enroute to Jackson Hole, one day was spent in the foothills near Pinedale, Wyoming. Collecting in Jackson Hole was done mostly in the following localities: String Lake, Indian Paint Brush Canyon, Phelps Lake, Death Canyon including the switchbacks on the trail to Alaska Basin, Teton Pass, Gros Ventre road and Slide Lake, and Togwotee Pass, especially on and around Breccia Peak. Most of the more interesting records were from the Togwotee Pass area. Project Number 107.
Cummins, George B.
"A Field Study of the Uredinales of the Jackson Hole Area of Wyoming,"
Jackson Hole Research Station Annual Report: Vol. 1960
, Article 7.
Available at: https://repository.uwyo.edu/jhrs_reports/vol1960/iss1/7