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Specimen number JOTR16627
Determination Cryptantha pterocarya
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Walters, Jim & Moore, Sue, s.n., 1967-3-5
Verbatim date 03-05-1967
County San Bernardino
Locality Joshua Tree National Park. INDIAN COVE
Elevation 992 m
HabitatLOWER SONORAN; SANDY SOIL; NORTHERN EXPOSURE; 10% SLOPE
Coordinates 34.10720 -116.15173 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 2.7 km
Coordinate sourceGeolocate (copied from UC1329855)
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phenologyWHOLE ROOT, STEM, LEAF, FLOWER, BUD WHITE COMMON, ANNUAL, HERB
verbatim elevation3255ft
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Current Determination: Cryptantha pterocaryaDet. by: Walters, Jim & Moore, Sue, 3/5/1967
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