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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC165518
Determination Clarkia unguiculata
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Collector, number, date Timothy S. Ross; Steve Boyd, 7938, 1994-5-25
Verbatim date 25 May 1994
County Los Angeles
Locality Necktie Basin: Hanging Basin ca 470-830 m W of Warm Springs Mtn summit
Elevation 1075 m
HabitatMore-or-less flat-bottomed basin of cobbly and gravelly sedimentary soil. Slopes recovering from burn of 4-5 years earlier; mostly chaparral elements on slopes. Of note are dead remains of Juniperus californica throughout the lower portions of the basin which have not survived the fire and do not appear to be regenerating. Basin heavily infested with annual, non-native grasses which may have carried the fire and intensified its effects against the original juniper community.
Coordinates 34.59319 -118.58541 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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macromorphologyThese collections from ca 600-800 m WSW of summit. Locally uncommon annual on the flats; buds densely pilose; sepals maroon at anthesis; petals lavender, sometimes rose-violet at base of blade; style and short anthers white; long anthers fluorescent pinkish-orange.
other label numbersCAS1001772
verbatim elevation3480-3530 ft
Notes<coords cont.: T6NR16W Snot demarcated>;
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