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Specimen number CATA2129
Determination Marah fabacea
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Steven A. Junak, 3080, 1992-3-18
Verbatim date 18 Mar 1992
County Santa Barbara
Locality Santa Cruz Island: Central Valley, on slope N of University of California Field Station
Elevation 82 m
HabitatS-facing slope, SCI Volcanics, Coastal Scrub
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macromorphologyClimbing vine, male flowers small, creamy-white
associated speciesSchinus molle, Brassica geniculata, Gnaphalium microcephalum, Artemisia californica, Marrubium vulgare, Dichelostemma pulchellum, Aristida ternipes hamulosa, Bromus rubens, Nassella lepida
verbatim elevation82.3 m; 270 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Marah fabacea (Naud.) Greene
NotesPLANTS OF THE CALIFORNIA ISLANDS;
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