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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC219305
Determination Eremalche parryi subsp. kernensis
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Collector, number, date Ernest C. Twisselmann, 1051, 1954-4-6
Verbatim date April 6, 1954
County Kern
Locality Temblor Range and the Western San Joaquin Valley. Alkali Sink: 10 miles north of Lost Hills
Elevation 106 m
HabitatGrowing in wet alkaline mud under Atriplex spinifera.
Coordinates 35.76221 -119.69252 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumGoogle Earth (copied from CAS585593); ER = 1.500 km
Coordinate sourceWGS84
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macromorphologyCorolla blue-violet; anthers violet. Spreading, decumbent, 3 feet across. Occasional.
other label numbersDS459076
verbatim elevation350 ft
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