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Results for search: Scientific name=Gayophytum ramosissimum; Source=All; Collector=Honer;
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Elevation in meters
Glass Mountain Region: Klondike Canyon. Along ranch road running S towards mouth of cyn., appx. .5mi SW of Hwy 120.
Glass Mountain Region: west of Banner Springs. Along ranch road appx 400m west of Benton Crossing Rd. (2.4 km south of Wildrose Summit), across from Banner Springs windmill.
Glass Mountain Region: W of Banner Springs. Along ranch road appx 400m W of Benton Crossing Rd. (2.4km S of Wildrose Summit), across from Banner Springs windmill.
Glass Mountain Region: North edge of Long Valley: O'Harrel Canyon road at point where Pinyons begin adjacent to road
Glass Mountain Region: North edge of Long Valley: O'Harrel Cyn. rd. at point where Pinyons begin adjacent to road.
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