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Specimen number JEPS111750
Determination Delairea odorata
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date D. G. Kelch, 05 .140, 2005-4-15
Verbatim date April 15, 2005
County Contra Costa
Locality Rodeo Creek EBRP land. West of Cummings Skyway near summit (Old C&H Sugar diatomaceous earth dump)
Elevation 220 m
Habitaton shady slope with Quercus agrifolia. Invasive weed.
Coordinates 38.02916 -122.21083 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 100 meters
Coordinate sourceGPS
Voucher information
verbatim elevation220 m
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
1: Delairea odorata Lem., John L. Strother, 2011
2: Senecio mikanioides Otto ex Walp., D. Kelch
current determination (uncorrected): Delairea odorata Lem., Oct 01, 2009, bulkloaded from kelch Oct 1 2009
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