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Specimen number CHSC73807
Determination Eriogonum strictum var. anserinum
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Collector, number, date B. Castro; M. A. Griggs, Plumas NF botanists, 764, 1997-7-10
Verbatim date 1997-07-10
County Sierra
Locality Bunker Hill Ridge, on highest ridge crest SE of Duck Soup Pond, along Pacific Crest Trail.
Elevation 2136 m
HabitatScattered on top of exposed, wind-swept volcanic scree ridge, with Astragalus whitneyi var. lenophyllus, Cymopterus terebinthinus, Phlox diffusa, Antennaria dimorpha, Crepis pleurocarpa, and a diverse herbaceous flora of other low 'cushion' plants. Fairly common on ridge.
Coordinates 39.76027 -120.85500 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD 1983; ER = 0.25 mi
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
Voucher information
verbatim elevation7010 ft
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0: Eriogonum strictum var. anserinum
Notes<coords cont.: T22n R10E S22 NW1/4 of NW1/4>; USGS quad: Blue Nose Mtn;

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