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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC197830
Determination Eriogonum douglasii var. meridionale
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Collector, number, date Bruce Bartholomew, 6029, 1991-8-5
Verbatim date 5 Aug 1991
County Modoc
Locality Summit Trail between Pepperdine and Squaw Peak, W side of Warner Mts.
Elevation 2190 - 2190m m
HabitatOpen rock slope with ^Artemisia tridentata^.
Coordinates 41.43640 -120.22570 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceTRS
Voucher information
macromorphologySubshrub. Flowers yellow with reddish brown.
other label numbersCAS846559
verbatim elevation2190 m
NotesSW1/4 Unusual plant with a second inflorescence.;
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