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Results for search: Scientific name=Eriophyllum ambiguum ambiguum; Source=All; Collector=Johnson;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  UC1260229  Eriophyllum ambiguum var. ambiguum Dale E. Johnson with A. R. Smith 1974-4-2 36 Kern 2 mi e of Democrat Springs (on CA 178 (Baskersfield-Walker Pass rd)); CA 178 (Baskersfield-Walker Pass rd Comment
  UC1260231  Eriophyllum ambiguum var. ambiguum Dale E. Johnson with A. R. Smith 1974-4-2 37 Kern 5.6 km e of Democrat Springs (on Bakersfield-Walker Pass rd. (CA 178)); Bakersfield-Walker Pass rd. (CA 178) Comment
  UC1260261  Eriophyllum ambiguum var. ambiguum Dale E. Johnson with J. L. Strother 1974-4-24 91 Kern on slope along path leading into n side of canyon mouth behind the fort Fort Tejon Comment

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