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Specimen number CHSC91625
Determination Pogogyne douglasii
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Collector, number, date M. I. Wibawa; G. F. Hrusa, 281, 2002-5-31
Verbatim date 2002-05-31
County Sacramento
Locality Sacramento Valley. On E side of Jaeger Rd, +- 0.5 mi S of Douglas Blvd., +- 1 mi E of Sunrise Blvd, Sacramento. Bottom of vernal pools. UTM: 10S, 4268008 N, 0654462 E.
Elevation 60 m
HabitatVernal pools, grassland. Bottom of dried pools. Annuals, flwrs purple.
Coordinates 38.54638 -121.22750 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNULL
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
Voucher information
verbatim elevation200 ft
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NotesOther Notes: Botany Laboratory/Herbarium CDA; California Dept. of Food and Agriculture.;
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