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Specimen number CDA1565
Determination Cirsium scariosum var. congdonii
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Collector, number, date T. C. Fuller, 6916 -C, 1961-8-23
Verbatim date 23 Aug 1961
County Mono
Locality Toiyabe National Forest Hwy. 108, east slope of Sonora Pass, 4.5 mi. west of Leavitt Meadows.
HabitatMountain meadow.
Coordinates 38.32444 -119.61666 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
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verbatim elevation2744 meters
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Cirsium scariosum var. congdonii, David J. Keil
NotesUSGS quad: Pickel Meadow 7.5 USGS; Fruiting caulescent plant from among scattered acaulescent plants occasional in meadow. Only caulescent plant present. Seed packet attached.Annotated by David J. Keil, Flora of North America, 2002: Cirsium scariosum var. congdonii (R.J. Moore & Frankton) D.J. Keil, ined.;
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