Accession Detail Results


 California Academy of Sciences is the home institution for this record
 Please cite data retrieved from this page: Data provided by the participants of the Consortium of California Herbaria (; Mon Mar 30 16:44:43 2020).
 Records are made available under the CCH Data Use Terms.

Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC20396
Determination Carex globosa
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Alice Eastwood; John Thomas Howell, 5959, 1938-6-14
Verbatim date June 14, 1938.
County San Luis Obispo
Locality Cambria.
Coordinates 35.56400 -121.08084 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumGoogleMaps via BerkeleyMapper (copied from OBI13052); ER = 3.317 km
Coordinate sourceWGS84
Voucher information
other label numbersCAS257335
NotesOn same sheet as accession number CAS 257336, both are C. globosa from San Luis Obispo County. Note from R.F. Hoover circa 1964: Neither 5959 nor 5989 has teh perigynia any more prominently nerved than does E and H 5990 which Stacey called C. brevicaulis. If that feature separates the two, then both these are not C. globosa but brevicaulis.;

    Related searches:
  1. taxon=Carex globosa
  2. county=San Luis Obispo; taxon=Carex globosa
  3. county=San Luis Obispo; collector=Eastwood
  4. collector=Eastwood; taxon=Carex globosa
  5. collector=Eastwood; number=5959
  6. collector=Eastwood; number=5959; include nearby numbers
  7. date=June 14, 1938.; collector=Eastwood
  8. date=June 14, 1938.; county=San Luis Obispo
  9. Possible GBIF records [External]
  10. Return geographically nearby records (within ~3 mi).   List of names, 1 record each
  11. Plot elevation range (from Jepson Manual) against latitude
Check for yellow flag
Explanations of the fields are available by clicking on the left-hand headings. Information about the collector is available by clicking on the collector name. The location can be mapped by clicking on "BerkeleyMapper". Other possibly pertinent records can be retrieved by clicking on "Related searches".
  Copyright © 2018 Regents of the University of California — Updated 11 January 2019