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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC268987
Determination Eriogonum nudum var. auriculatum
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Susan G. Stokes, 18 a, 1932-8-28
Verbatim date August 28, 1932
County San Benito
Locality Cliffs near San Benito
HabitatAt base of cliff. Growing in clefts.
Coordinates 36.50970 -121.08100 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 500 m
Coordinate sourceBaldwin et al. (2017), Master spatial file
Voucher information
macromorphologySpecimens were of a large nudum type. The leaf bunches were very large. One specimen on plant with unusually large leaves bore a second cluster of small round leaves above the first at base of a normal peduncle.
other label numbersCAS221993
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