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Specimen number JEPS125946
Determination Ranunculus arvensis
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Collector, number, date D. W. Taylor, 17631, 2001-5-5
Verbatim date May 5 2001
County Santa Cruz
Locality Mangles Gulch near Aptos, in roadbed opposite and west from Mangles Creek across Cathedral Drive bordering Nicene Marks State Park.
Habitatalong abandoned old roadbed; shaded moist area on edge of path, in dark organic soil, in dense Sequoia sempervirens forest.
Coordinates 36.98597 -121.89855 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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current determination (uncorrected): Ranunculus arvensis L., D. W. Taylor
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