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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC38284
Determination Caulanthus californicus
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Collector, number, date Ernest C. Twisselmann, 4167, 1958-3-22
Verbatim date March 22, 1958.
County Kern
Locality Temblor Range and the Western San Joaquin Valley. Corcoran Highway, 1.5 mile north of U.S. 466.
Elevation 68 m
HabitatIn light alkali soil on a plain covered with Atriplex polycarpa. Alkali sink association.
Coordinates 35.62331 -119.33117 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumGoogle Earth; ER = 800 m
Coordinate sourceWGS84
Voucher information
macromorphologySepals tipped dark purple, dark purple in the bud. Petals white, greenish in the middle. Scarce.
other label numbersCAS459502
verbatim elevation225 ft
NotesOn same sheet as accession number CAS 457551, both are Caulanthus californicus (S. Watson) Payson. CAS 457551 is from San Luis Obispo County. The sheet is filed in the Caulanthus californicus (S. Watson) Payson SLO county folder.;

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