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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC255153
Determination Poa cusickii subsp. epilis
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Collector, number, date John H. Thomas, 6887, 1957-9-2
Verbatim date Sept. 2, 1957
County Fresno
Locality Sierra Nevada. Vicinity of Mono Pass, Pioneer Basin, 4th Recess, and adjacent Mono Creek
Elevation 3657 m
HabitatRocks granitic
Coordinates 37.42870 -118.78282 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumGeolocate (copied from DS588932); ER = 2.511 km
Coordinate sourceWGS84
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macromorphologyIn tufts; Fairly common
other label numbersDS569041
verbatim elevation9000-12000 ft
NotesTwo unique locales given: the second of which is: Between lowest lake in Pioneer Basin and Mono Creek. Altitude 9,900-10,300 feet. P. latifolia contorta the dominant species. Soil sandy;
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