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Specimen number JEPS107121
Determination Clarkia affinis
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Collector, number, date Barbara Ertter, Tony Morosco, Lynne Hosley, 14224, 1995-5-29
Verbatim date 5/29/1995
County Contra Costa
Locality Mt. Diablo, southeast of Walnut Creek, north of Curry Point
Elevation 518 m
Habitatnorth-facing slope, grassy semishade at edge of oak woodland
Coordinates 37.85173 -121.89437 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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verbatim elevation1700 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Clarkia affinis F. H. Lewis & M. R. Lewis
NotesErect, pink (uniform population locally, extremely variable over entire area (C. purpurea also present?). ;
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