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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC167449
Determination Hesperolinon drymarioides
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Collector, number, date Helen K. Sharsmith, 4162, 1952-6-22
Verbatim date 22 June 1952
County Glenn
Locality Summit of Black Diamond Ridge, Mendocino National Forest
Elevation 990 m
HabitatRocky, serpentine soil in open chaparral.
Coordinates 39.41737 -122.62179 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumTerrain Navigator 5.03 USGS 1:24000 (copied from UC1212305); ER = 2.009 miles
Coordinate sourceNAD27
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macromorphologyPlants often with 1-2 decumbent branches from base; petals in bud deep lavender-pink, in anthesis white to faint pink-lavender, not widely spreading.
other label numbersDS461112
verbatim elevation3250 ft
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