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Specimen number IRVC29473
Determination Camissonia pallida subsp. hallii
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Mark A. Elvin, 4702, 2006-4-1
Verbatim date Apr 1 2006
County San Bernardino
Locality Pipes Canyon Preserve; South of Pioneertown Road, just over ridge on Chaparrosa Wash. Southern Mojave Desert, Little San Bernardino Mtns
Elevation 1235 m
HabitatJoshua Tree woodland and desert riparian scrub in burned area (< 1 year prior); decomposed granite and rocky alluvial soils.
Coordinates 34.15888 -116.50861 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 1 km
Coordinate sourceBaldwin et al. (2017), Master spatial file
NotesOccasional; fls yellow aging red.;
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