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Specimen number CATA2666
Determination Spergularia villosa
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Collector, number, date Robert F. Thorne, G. Wallace, M. Hoefs, 49030, 1977-4-30
Verbatim date 30 Apr 1977
County Santa Barbara
Locality Santa Rosa Island: C. 1 km N of ranch due W of Northwest Anchorage at NE end of island
Elevation 30 m
HabitatWeedy, sandy, grazed pasture
Voucher information
associated speciesPlatystemon californicus, Amsinckia spetabilis, Melilotus indicus, Ctpantha clevelenadii, Cardionema ramosissimum, Cotula australis, Lepidium lasiocarpum, Erodium spp., Polygonum aviculare, Bromus mollis, Camissonia micrantha, Chenopodium murale, C. multifidum, Medicago polymorpha, etc.
verbatim elevation30.48 m; 100 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Spergularia villosa (Persoon) Cambessedes

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