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Specimen number JEPS5994
Determination Nothocalais troximoides
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Collector, number, date Frances D. Payne, 535, 1932-6-10
Verbatim date Jun 10 1932
County Modoc
Locality s and e Alturas; Warner Mountains, Parker Creek
Elevation 1584 m
Coordinates 41.45476 -120.32690 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 700 m
Coordinate sourceBerkeleyMapper [rlm]
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verbatim elevation5200 ft
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curatorial actions
1: Nothocalais troximoides (A. Gray) Greene, Kenton L. Chambers, 1955
2: Scorzonella troximoides (A. Gray) Jeps., unknown
current determination (uncorrected): Nothocalais troximoides (A. Gray) Greene, May 04, 1995, Except that stems below heads glabrous or nearly so.
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