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Specimen number JEPS105193
Determination Acanthomintha lanceolata
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Collector, number, date Dean W. Taylor, 14871, 1995-5-4
Verbatim date May 4 1995
County Stanislaus
Locality Mt. Oso, head of Ingram Canyon (ca. 5 mi W of I5)
Elevation 914 m
Habitate-facing patches of mobile gravelly scree derived from sedimentary conglomerate set within Quercus douglasii woodland
Coordinates 37.50055 -121.36694 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
verbatim elevation3000 ft
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curatorial actions
current determination (uncorrected): Acanthomintha lanceolata Curran, Sep 13, 2004, bulkloaded from DWT Sep 13 2004
Notes<coords cont.: TRS: 05S05E>; USGS quad: Solyo ;

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