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Specimen number CHSC106220
Determination Erigeron eatonii var. sonnei
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Collector, number, date Arthur C. Barrett, 3, 1915-7-15
Verbatim date 1915-07-15
County Plumas
Locality Indian Creek, near Boulder Cr.
Elevation 1645 m
HabitatWild Daisy. Slope: SE. Soil character: Rocky decom. lava. Type: weeds. Associated species: sage, sunflower, lupine. Grazed by: C and H. S and G. Distribution: general. Abundance: fairly abundant. Forage value: readily eaten by sheep and goats. Eaten by cattle before flowering.
Coordinates 40.20055 -120.62555 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD 1983; ER = 2 mi
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
Voucher information
verbatim elevation5400 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
1: Erigeron eatonii var. sonnei, J. C. Dittes, 2011-03-04

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