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Specimen number CSUSB2188
Determination Delphinium parryi subsp. maritimum
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Collector, number, date David Coffey, s.n., 2004-5-1
Verbatim date May 1 2004
County San Bernardino
Locality North slope of Little Badger Hill, approximately 20 meters from western boundary of hill, approximately 50 meters north of mid-line of hill.
Elevation 1670 ft
HabitatRocky, desert dry, chaparral
Coordinates 34.18772 -117.31908 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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Delphinium parryi subsp. maritimumKimberlyn Williams
NotesHeight: 60 cm. Diameter: 10-15 cm. Flower: 15-20 per inflorescence, spur 10 mm., lower petals 6-8 mm., dark to medium blue to purple, raceme. Fruit: 8-10 mm.;

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