Search Results — 10 specimen records retrieved (10 records with coordinates)
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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  CHSC111011  Carex nigricans L. P. Janeway 2013-6-26 11162 Mono Central High Sierra Nevada. Southern side of the flat broad rocky outlet of the large un-named lake at the head of Virginia Lakes Basin. 3240 Comment
  CHSC111012  Kalmia polifolia L. P. Janeway 2013-6-26 11163 Mono Central High Sierra Nevada. Southern side of the flat broad rocky outlet of the large un-named lake at the head of Virginia Lakes Basin. 3240 Comment
  CHSC111013  Salix petrophila L. P. Janeway 2013-6-26 11164 Mono Central High Sierra Nevada. Southern side of the flat broad rocky outlet of the large un-named lake at the head of Virginia Lakes Basin. 3240 Comment
  CHSC111014  Potentilla glaucophylla var. glaucophylla L. P. Janeway 2013-6-26 11165 Mono Central High Sierra Nevada. Southern side of the flat broad rocky outlet of the large un-named lake at the head of Virginia Lakes Basin. 3240 Comment
  CHSC111015  Polemonium pulcherrimum var. pulcherrimum L. P. Janeway 2013-6-27 11167 Mono Central High Sierra Nevada. Southern side of the flat broad rocky outlet of the large un-named lake at the head of Virginia Lakes Basin. 3240 Comment
  CHSC111031  Packera werneriifolia L. P. Janeway 2013-6-27 11166 Mono Central High Sierra Nevada. Southern side of the flat broad rocky outlet of the large un-named lake at the head of Virginia Lakes Basin. 3240 Comment
  CHSC111035  Salix planifolia L. P. Janeway 2014-6-26 11170 Mono Central High Sierra Nevada. In board flat rocky outlet of the large un-named lake at the head of Virginia Lakes Basin. Substrate in metavolcanic rock. 3240 Comment
  CHSC111036  Erysimum perenne L. P. Janeway 2014-6-26 11169 Mono Central High Sierra Nevada. Southern side of the flat broad rocky outlet of the large un-named lake at the head of Virginia Lakes Basin. Low rocky knob adjacent to the moist meadowy boarder of the drainage and of the lake. 3240 Comment
  CHSC111037  Drymocallis lactea var. lactea L. P. Janeway 2013-7-26 11168 Mono Central High Sierra Nevada. Southern side of the flat broad rocky outlet of the large un-named lake at the head of Virginia Lakes Basin. 3240 Comment
  CHSC111039  Oreobolopsis clementis L. P. Janeway 2013-6-26 11161 Mono Central High Sierra Nevada. Southern ide of the flat broad rocky outlet of the large un-named lake at the head of Virginia Lakes Basin. Moist meadowy border of the drainage and of the lake; open; substrate is metavolcanic rock; other common species are Carex nigricans, Kalmia polifolia, Salix petrophila, Potentilla glaucophylla. Plants not common, forming short dense clumps 3-6 cm diameter, inflorescences quite young. 3240 Comment



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