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Specimen number JOTR29352
Determination Cryptantha barbigera
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Collector, number, date La Doux, Tasha, Bill Truesdell, Naomi Fraga, 1429, 2006-4-26
Verbatim date 04-26-2006
County San Bernardino
Locality Joshua Tree National Park. Long Canyon; Stop 1, south end of Long Canyon, near Park boundary
Elevation 547 m
HabitatIn Canyon bottom; Large plant, ~2 ft tall, growing up through shrub
Coordinates 33.98343 -116.44166 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
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phenologyFlowering & Fruiting
associated speciesLarrea tridentata, Hymenoclea salsola, Bebbia juncea
verbatim elevation1797ft
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Current Determination: Cryptantha barbigeraDet. by: La Doux, Tasha, 04/26/2006

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