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Specimen number CDA12658
Determination Marah fabacea
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Collector, number, date G. F. Hrusa, 8268, 1991-2-27
Verbatim date 27 February 1991
County Sacramento
Locality Natoma Unit-Folsom Lake State Rec. Area; Along Willow Creek, at Willow Creek Access, E side of Lake Natoma.
Coordinates 38.64722 -121.19388 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
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verbatim elevation80 meters
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current determination (uncorrected): Marah fabaceus
NotesCommon, just now growing rapidly into trees and shrubs. Perennial, flowers white.;
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