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Specimen number CHSC21627
Determination Trifolium willdenovii
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Willis Ball, 485, 1975-3-9
Verbatim date 1975-03-09
County Contra Costa
Locality Contra Loma Regional Park. In area #8. On n facing slope on small level mound ca. 450 yds s of main parking lot ca. 750 yds w of Contra Loma Blvd.
Elevation 76 m
HabitatCorolla purple with paler tips. On n facing slope. In semi-clear area with Gilia tricolor and Bromus mollis. Soil rocky clay.
Coordinates 37.96861 -121.82944 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD 1983; ER = 0.25 mi
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
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verbatim elevation250 ft
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1: Trifolium willdenovii, herbarium
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