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Specimen number CHSC96584
Determination Chylismia cardiophylla
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Collector, number, date Susan Bazell; Glenn Keator, 44, 2007-1-4
Verbatim date 2007-01-04
County San Diego
Locality South Fork Palm Wash. In the part of the wash that is a narrow canyon and just below point where several huge boulders (12' high) block wash almost completely.
Elevation 222 m
HabitatOn side of wash in shade most of day. Fairly common in narrow part of wash. Nearby include Petalonyx thurberi and a large creosote bush.
Coordinates 33.29138 -116.11166 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS 1984
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
Voucher information
verbatim elevation730 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
1: Chylismia cardiophylla, herbarium
Notes<coords cont.: SE1/4>; USGS quad: Rabbit Peak;

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