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Specimen number JEPS10967
Determination Mimulus inodorus
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Collector, number, date W. L. Jepson, 42 m, 1897-7-30
Verbatim date Jul 30 1897
County Mendocino
Locality Cahto to Westport
Coordinates 39.67050 -123.66723 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 8.308 miles
Coordinate sourceTerrain Navigator (inferred)
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reproductive biologyleaves are petioled
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1: Mimulus moschatus Douglas ex Lindl. var. longiflorus A. Gray, Adele Lewis Grant
2: Mimulus moschatus Douglas ex Lindl., W. L. Jepson
3: Mimulus moniliformis Greene, W. L. Jepson, Sept. 1, 1897, SimulatingWhy not M. dentalius (Sept. 4, 1897)? Doubtless an aberrant form of M. dentalis! Calyx teeth too acte in mine.
current determination (uncorrected): Mimulus inodorus Greene, G. L. Nesom, 2011
NotesThe only difference between this and spurs from Mill Valley (Jepson 49m) on Fort Bragg (Mathews 135); is that in 42m ;
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