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Specimen number CSUSB2213
Determination Artemisia dracunculus
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Henry Magno, s.n., 2003-5-10
Verbatim date May 10 2003
County San Bernardino
Locality California State University San Bernardino, South field is located behind Biological Science department at about 35-65 meters east from the building. They are evenly distributed along most pathways.
Elevation 600 m
HabitatSurrounded by other chaparral species such as Artemisia californica, Phacelia distans, Lotus scoparius, Helianthus annua, Astragalus pomonensis, and Eriogonum fasciculatum.
Coordinates 34.18070 -117.32370 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 1.466 km
Coordinate sourceGoogleMaps via BerkeleyMapper (copied from CSUSB828)
NotesHerb. Height: 0.3-1 meter. Fruit: 0.5 to 0.5 mm.;

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