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Sun Mar 10 14:48:38 2019Ryan O'DellOtherAmsinckia furcata is a strict endemic of acidic marine shale and grows on slopes. Hoover's collection likely represents a waif originating from flash flood deposition of alluvium bearing seed of the species, washed down from a nearby drainage containing acidic marine shale. The species does not naturally grow on floodplains or plains.
OriginalA424631Amsinckia furcataR. F. Hoover1937-04-11 - 1937-04-11 1859 UnknownKettleman Plain, eight miles southeast of Avenal35.922270 -120.030440
ModificationA424631Amsinckia furcataR. F. Hoover1937-04-11 - 1937-04-11 1859 UnknownKettleman Plain, eight miles southeast of Avenal
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