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Specimen number JEPS37112
Determination Lepidospartum latisquamum
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Collector, number, date Frank W. Peirson, 4017, 1923-9-1
Verbatim date Sep 1 1923
County Los Angeles
Locality w end Swarthout Valley (about 1 mi e of Big Pines at the Divide); San Gabriel Mountains, Swartout Valley
Elevation 2011 m
Coordinates 34.37247 -117.67484 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 300 m
Coordinate sourceGoogle Earth (copied from RSA95036)
Voucher information
verbatim elevation6600 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
1: none, unknown, annot. preceded by Lepidospartum latisquatum S. Watson
2: Lepidospartum striatum Coville, unknown
3: none, unknown, annot. followed by Lepidospartum striatum Coville
4: Lepidospartum latisquatum S. Watson, unknown
5: Lepidospartum latisquamum S. Watson, John L. Strother, 1973
current determination (uncorrected): Lepidospartum latisquamum S. Watson, Apr 10, 1995
Notescounty interpreted by Wetherwax; Coll.: Dr. Munz really deserves the credit for finding this plant; Swarthout Valley? ;

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