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Specimen number CDA1371
Determination Cirsium inamoenum
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date T. C. Fuller, 9634, 1962-9-2
Verbatim date 2 Sep 1962
County Nevada
Locality Floriston; N side of Hwy 40, 2.3 mi. E of Hirschdale Rd.
Coordinates 39.37000 -120.04361 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
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verbatim elevation1732 meters
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Cirsium inamoenum , David J. Keil
NotesFruiting plants 3 ft. tall, abundant at base of disturbed roadside cut. Annotated by David J. Keil, 1992, for Jepson Manual as C. canovirens; and by D.J. Keil, 2002, for Flora of North America as C. inamoenum.;

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