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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  RSA396147  Sphaeralcea ambigua subsp. rosacea Steve Boyd 1986-2-6 1225 Imperial Cargo Muchacho Mountains, large canyon at SE end of mountains, 5.4 mi. NE of Highway I-8 off Sidewinder Road and Power-line Road. Comment
  UCD116809  Sphaeralcea ambigua var. rosacea Steve Boyd 1986-2-6 1225 Imperial Imperial County; Cargo Muchacho Mt.; large canyon at SE end of mountains, 5.4 miles NE of I-8 off Sidewinder Road and Power-line Road. Comment



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