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Specimen number GMDRC1823
Determination Eriophyllum mohavense
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Collector, number, date J. Andre, Tim Thomas, 5108, 2005-4-22
Verbatim date Apr 22 2005
County San Bernardino
Locality Barstow Hills: approx. 3 mi. SW of Barstow on dry hills. Elev. 2902 ft.
Elevation 885 m
Coordinates 34.85236 -117.03444 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 30 m
Coordinate sourceGPS (DMS/UTM conversion by CCH loading script)
Voucher information
associated speciesPlantago ovata, Loeselliastrum schottii, Cryptantha circumcissa, Larrea tridentata
physical environmentgranite, alluvium, gravel
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Current: Eriophyllum mohavenseJ. Andre
NotesUSGS quad: USGS 7.5' Quad: Barstow; Abundance: Rare. ;

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