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Specimen number GMDRC4533
Determination Camissonia brevipes subsp. pallidula
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date J. Andre, 14326, 2010-6-12
Verbatim date Jun 12 2010
County Inyo
Locality Pahrump Valley: south end of valley, 0.1 mi. south of Spanish Trails Hwy, c. 300 m. west of Nevada border
Elevation 812 m
Habitatgrowing silty valley bottom
Coordinates 35.97101 -115.86380 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD83; ER = 30 m
Coordinate sourceGPS (DMS/UTM conversion by CCH loading script)
Voucher information
phenologyFlowering & Fruiting
associated speciesLarrea tridentata, Atriplex polycarpa, Eriogonum trichopes, Aliciella leptomeria
physical environmentgranite, alluvium, silt
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Current: Camissonia brevipes ssp. pallidulaJ. Andre
NotesUSGS quad: USGS 7.5' Quad: Stump Spring; Abundance: Uncommon. Other Notes: plants with very small flowers and overall unique growth form;

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