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Specimen number JEPS101975
Determination Hesperolinon drymarioides
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Collector, number, date Dean W. Taylor, 16707, 1998-6-23
Verbatim date Jun 23 1998
County Lake
Locality Stove Glade (ca 1 mile N of N end Indian Valley Res)
Elevation 609 m
Habitatwet seepage area bordered by Quercus durata chaparral, on serpentine
Coordinates 39.18333 -122.50139 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
verbatim elevation2000 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
1: Hesperolinon drymarioides (Curran) Small, Joshua R. McDill, 2007, Examined for The Jepson Manual 2nd Ed. University of Texas, Austin
current determination (uncorrected): Hesperolinon drymarioides (Curran) Small, Aug 02, 2001
Notes<coords cont.: TRS: 15N06W>; USGS quad: Hough Springs ;

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