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Specimen number CHSC83224
Determination Tuctoria greenei
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Beecher Crampton, 5069, 1958-8-12
Verbatim date 1958-08-12
County Butte
Locality 10 miles southeast of central portion of Chico, 0.4 mile south of junction of Pentz Road with U.S. Highway 99E. In vernal pool.
HabitatGrowing in bed of vernal pool 75-100 meters long, in gray-black, crumbly, stony and pebbly soil, in rolling valley plains, surrounded on north, east and south by mesa-low foothills. Growing with Eryngium, Euphorbia and Eremocarpus, with surrounding grassland of Aristida oligantha and Hemizonia. Plant gray-green and aromatic.
Coordinates 39.64222 -121.63638 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD 1983; ER = 0.5 mi
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
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1: Tuctoria greenei, herbarium
NotesOther Notes: Label says: Project funded by the National Science Foundation; The UC Davis Herbarium (AHUC).;
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