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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC49824
Determination Ceanothus diversifolius
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Collector, number, date Carl B. Wolf, 11039, 1941-7-21
Verbatim date July 21, 1941
County Madera
Locality W. slope of Sierra Nevada. Miama Ranger Station on Wawona-Fresno Rd.
Elevation 1219 m
HabitatArid Transition Life Zone: Pinus ponderosa, Libocedrus; Semishade: dry granitic loam on forest floor. This sp. has been planted in 2 large areas adjacent to the rd. at the Ranger Station
Voucher information
macromorphologyShrub; prostrate, spread: 3-5', trunk diam.: 1/2; abundant; leaves soft in texture, deep green above, somewhat lighter beneath with soft pubescence; is making an attractive ground cover. The few stray (late) flowers are a rich blue.
other label numbersCAS379839
verbatim elevation4000 ft

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