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Specimen number GMDRC1207
Determination Chamaesyce serpyllifolia
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date J. Andre, 4166, 2003-10-4
Verbatim date Oct 4 2003
County San Bernardino
Locality Mid Hills: Mid Hills: n. Round Valley near Quail Rock . Elev. 4908 ft.
Elevation 1496 m
Coordinates 35.15188 -115.34288 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 30 m
Coordinate sourceGPS (DMS/UTM conversion by CCH loading script)
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phenologyFlowering
physical environmentgabbro, bedrock, gravel
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Current: Chamaesyce serpyllifoliaJ. Andre
NotesUSGS quad: USGS 7.5' Quad: Pinto Valley; Abundance: Occasional. ;
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