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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC161951
Determination Bromus rubens
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Collector, number, date Mary L. Bowerman, 1751, 1933-3-18
Verbatim date March 18, 1933
County Contra Costa
Locality Mount Diablo below the chaparral belt, a little east of the meridian.
Elevation 548 m
HabitatGrassy slope with south exposure. Associates: Lepidium nitidum, Lotus sp., Erodium cicutarium, Gilia multicaulis, Plantago erecta.
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macromorphologyExtremely depauperate.
other label numbersDS336639
verbatim elevation1800 ft
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