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Specimen number JEPS125958
Determination Eriogonum arborescens
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Collector, number, date D. W. Taylor, 17914, 2001-9-21
Verbatim date Sep 21 2001
County Santa Cruz
Locality Sunset State Beach in Aptos, cliffs above the beach, ca 0.2 miles E of the Cement Ship Pier.
HabitatSteep 100 ft high bluffs with sparse cover of woody plants, Carpobrotus, Toxicodendron.
Coordinates 36.97060 -120.90846 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
otherfully established and reproducing, shrubs of all sizes present in occurrence.
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current determination (uncorrected): Eriogonum arborescens Greene, D. W. Taylor
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