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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC181252
Determination Silene hookeri subsp. hookeri
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Collector, number, date J. H. Thomas, 4122, 1954-5-12
Verbatim date May 12, 1954
County Siskiyou
Locality Near South Fork of Salmon River, 5 to 9 miles southeast of Cecilville, Salmon Mountains, Klamath National Forest
Elevation 975 m
HabitatSoil rocky and hard packed with a heavey layer of pine needles over it. Area somewhate disturbed. Pinus ponderosa and Quercus kelloggii common locally.
Coordinates 41.05000 -122.96666 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
macromorphologyPetals pink. Perennial, from rootstalk.
other label numbersDS365688
verbatim elevation3200 ft

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