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Specimen number GMDRC3073
Determination Cirsium neomexicanum
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date T. La Doux, Castleton College Desert Ecology Class 2009, 260, 2009-5-18
Verbatim date May 18 2009
County San Bernardino
Locality Granite Mountains: Granite Mountains: Northeast side of Granite Mtns, near Snake Spring; Sweeney Granite Mtns Desert Research Center. 34 deg. 48.593' N 115 deg. 37.819' W. - 3929 ft.
Elevation 1198 m
HabitatEphemeral spring coming from granitic boulder outcrops; small riparian corridor leading to alluvial fans. Locally frequent along wash corridor/slopes; large spiny flower heads, light purple flowers; leaves very spiny. Herbaceous biennial.
Coordinates 34.80988 -115.63031 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD83; ER = 30 m
Coordinate sourceGPS (DMS/UTM conversion by CCH loading script)
Voucher information
phenologyFlowering, fruiting
associated speciesHymenoclea salsola, Chilopsis linearis, Baccharis sergiloides, Rhus trilobata, Salazaria mexicana
physical environmentgranite, alluvium, coarse sand
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Current: Cirsium neomexicanumT. La Doux
NotesUSGS quad: USGS 7.5' Quad: Bighorn Basin; Abundance: Frequent. ;
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