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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC24576
Determination Arctostaphylos glauca
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Collector, number, date John H. Thomas, 5521, 1956-2-12
Verbatim date February 12, 1956
County Santa Clara
Locality Below summit of mt. Umunhum.
Elevation 914 m
HabitatPinus sabiniana, Quercus agrifolia, Q. chrysolepis the dominants on more exposed slopes; Umbellularia californica and occasionally Arbutus menziesii in moister draws. Vegetation fairly open. Growing in shade of Q. agrifolia and Pinus. More common in open chaparral than in this area.
Coordinates 37.16666 -121.88472 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
macromorphologyRounded shrub, about 5' tall.
other label numbersDS392333
verbatim elevation2500-3000 ft

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