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Specimen number JEPS100480
Determination Bromus catharticus
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Collector, number, date Dean W. Taylor, 17460, 2000-5-24
Verbatim date 5/24/2000
County Santa Cruz
Locality divide between Aptos Creek and Mangles Gulch, 1.6 miles up Redwood Drive from Aptos Post Office
Elevation 76 m
Habitatdisturbed roadside of forested with Sequoia sempervirens, Quercus parvula var. shrevei, Acer macrophyllym
Coordinates 36.98472 -121.90000 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
verbatim elevation250 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Bromus catharticus Vahl, Apr 23, 2003, bulkloaded from DWT Apr 23 2003
NotesUSGS quad: Soquel ;
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