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Specimen number CDA12899
Determination Ranunculus californicus
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Collector, number, date G. F. Hrusa, J. Hart, 12733, 1996-3-26
Verbatim date 26 March 1996
County Sacramento
Locality Cosumnes River Drainage; +/- 1 mi. N of Twin Cities Rd. & 1 mi. W of Sacramento/Amador Co. line.
Habitaton flats formerly leveled, but originally with vernal pools. Low, somewhat moist site.
Coordinates 38.40000 -121.05000 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
Voucher information
verbatim elevation35 meters
NotesUSGS quad: Carbondale 7.5'; Uncommon. Perennial, flowers yellow.;

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