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Specimen number CHSC101362
Determination Sequoia sempervirens
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Collector, number, date Julian Dormady; D. Luscombe, K. Goudhurst, D. Waldon, CA 190 -81, 2007-10-25
Verbatim date 2007-10-25
County Santa Cruz
Locality Forest of Nisene Mark, Aptos Creek Road (near Aptos).
Elevation 43 m
HabitatMixed forest in flat ground alongside creek. Canopy of Sequoia sempervirens, nearly all trees have been felled and this is from coppice stools. Tree, 50 m.
Coordinates 36.99000 -121.90638 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
Voucher information
verbatim elevation43 m
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curatorial actions
0: Sequoia sempervirens
NotesOther Notes: Label says: Seeds of Success, RBG Kew Herbarium. SCD Serial No. 0424910. Collection Series CA 190.;

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