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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC55500
Determination Hornungia procumbens
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Collector, number, date Steven A. Junak, SN- 754, 1992-3-31
Verbatim date 31 Mar 1992
County Ventura
Locality San Nicolas Island. Northwest shore, just east of east end of Red Eye Beach, on south side of road.
Elevation 21 m
HabitatNorth facing slope. Stabilized dunes. Associated species: Atriplex californica, Abronia maritima, Amsinckia spectabilis, Cakile maritima, Platystemon californicus, Mesembryanthemum crystallinum, Bromus rubens, Distichlis spicata.
Coordinates 33.27350 -119.55400 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumTerrain Nav. v. 8.7 (copied from SBBG102961); ER = 1.0 km
Coordinate sourceWGS84
Voucher information
macromorphologyLocally common.
other label numbersCAS976327
verbatim elevation70 ft

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