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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  RSA732525  Nama demissa LeRoy Gross 2008-3-12 2844 San Bernardino Sleeping Beauty Area of the Southern Cady Mountains: Northwest from Ludlow, follow road north from Ludlow toward Broadwell Lake, then west along a trasmission line to 34.74871N, 116.23546W., This area is a small hill with shaved off top of white outcrop. (prospect mined or disturbed for the power lines). Tertiary Hector formation limestone. Collected along wide canyon in a northwest direction from here, to 34.76817N, 116.25781. Area between Lavic Mountain Mine to the east and Paymaster Mine to the west. 633 Comment



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