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Results for search: County=EL DORADO; Scientific name=Poa gracillima; Source=All;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange
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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  SACT001852  Poa gracillima Herbert Copeland 1939-6-25 El Dorado Forming tufts amoung rocks above Glen Alpine Creek. Comment
  UCR2685  Poa gracillima F. M. Reed 1907-7-25 284 El Dorado Sierra Nevada Mountains, Lake Tahoe Region. Meadow near Lily Lake, Glen Alpine 2012 Comment
  SEINET10954247  Poa gracillima A. Arthur Heller 1915-8-6 Heller 12146 El Dorado Near Echo Camp on the Lincoln Highway, in open places above Echo Lake in dry granite soil. The principal tree is Ahies magnifica. Pinus Murrayana aboun is in low places about meadows with an occasional P. Jeffreyi on exposed ridges. Common undershrubs are Ceanothus and Castanopsis. 2134 Comment

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