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Specimen number CHSC76740
Determination Hesperevax caulescens
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Collector, number, formatted date J. Marr, s.n., 1998-4-29
Verbatim date 1998-04-29
County Glenn
Locality Vicinity of town of Newville and Rocky Ridge S of Newville Rd.
Elevation 231 m
HabitatIn grazed annual grassland on W-facing 45 degree slope, with sparse vegetative cover, in pale crumbly clay-shale soil. In clusters of 10-15 plts, with Bromus madritensis subsp. rubens, Clarkia sp., and Plagiobothrys sp.
Coordinates 39.78472 -122.52666 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD 1983; ER = 2 mi
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
Voucher information
verbatim elevation760 ft
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0: Hesperevax caulescens
NotesUSGS quad: Newville; Other Notes: California Department of Water Resources; Offstream Storage Investigation: Thomes-Newville Res. site; Voucher No. 98-87.;

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