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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  JEPS32577  Castilleja foliolosa L. R. Heckard 1953-5-2 366 Los Angeles Mt. Orizaba, just off airport road Santa Catalina Island Comment
  JEPS7993  Eriastrum filifolium L. R. Heckard 1953-5-2 371 Los Angeles On point near ocean just s Camp Orizaba (Pasadena YMCA Camp), Santa Catalina Island. Comment
  JEPS7992  Navarretia hamata subsp. leptantha L. R. Heckard 1953-5-2 367 Los Angeles sw of Camp Orizaba (near road along Mount Orizaba); Santa Catalina Island, Mount Orizaba 304 Comment
  JEPS64035  Phacelia lyonii L. R. Heckard 1953-5-3 369 Los Angeles on rocky point just e Camp Orizaba (Pasadena YMCA camp) (in crevice of rocks about 30 ft above water); Santa Catalina Island Comment

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