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Specimen number JOTR31205
Determination Loeseliastrum schottii
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Collector, number, date La Doux, Tasha, G. Clifton, 1999, 2009-5-14
Verbatim date 05-14-2009
County San Bernardino
Locality Joshua Tree National Park. (Stop 8) Little San Bernardino Mountains, upper reaches of East Wide Canyon
Elevation 1314 m
Habitatlocally frequent in small patches on sandy benches in rocky side canyon
Coordinates 34.00027 -116.32663 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84
Coordinate sourceUTM to Lat/Long conversion by CCH loading script
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phenologyFlowering
associated speciesChrysothamnus paniculata, Cercocarpus betuloides, Pinus monophylla, Nolina parryi, Juniperus californica, Yucca brevifolia, Encelia actonii, Opuntia echinocarpa
verbatim elevation4312ft
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Current Determination: Loeseliastrum schottiiDet. by: La Doux, Tasha, 5/14/2009
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