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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  VVC1430  Artemisia dracunculus A. C. Sanders, J. Mac 1997-10-12 21576 Inyo Northern Mojave Desert, China Lake Naval Weapons Station, Coso Range, Wildhorse Canyon near Wildhorse Spring, ca. 3/4 mi. (airline) W of Silver Peak in major N-S draining canyon 2134 Comment
  UCR112757  Artemisia dracunculus A. C. Sanders, P. J. MacKay (#463), Tim Thomas, G. F. Pratt, C. Pierce 1997-10-12 21576 Inyo Northern Mojave Desert, China Lake Naval Weapons Station, Coso Range, Wildhorse Canyon near Wildhorse Spring, c. 3/4 mi. (airline) west of Silver Peak in major N-S draining canyon 2134 Comment



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