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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC486761
Determination Prunus
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Collector, number, date Sara M. Taylor; Daniel Hastings; Fletcher Linton, 93, 2013-7-12
Verbatim date 12 July 2013
County Tulare
Locality Sequoia National Forest: Western Divide Ranger District, Golden Trout Wilderness. Farewell Gap: Near Broders Cabin site
Elevation 2713 m
HabitatSteep slope dominated by large Abies magnifica with high density understory shrub cover. Trail runs through east side of stand. Prunus estimated at 20% cover with an equal amount of Chrysolepis sempervirens present. Alpine zone.
Voucher information
other label numbersCAS1204196
verbatim elevation2713 m
NotesSample collected while assessing areas mapped as whitebark pine dominated, this Accuracy Assessment survey is identified as WBP0096 in records of the California Native Plant Society Vegetation Program.; UTM Zone 11 360815E 4026165N;
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