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Specimen number JOTR36183
Determination Sporobolus cryptandrus
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Collector, number, date La Doux, Tasha, B. Truesdell, M. Wheeler, 3332, 2013-10-31
Verbatim date 10-31-2013
County Riverside
Locality Joshua Tree National Park. Queen Mountain; near Split Rock, approx 0.5 km SE of Elton Mine
Elevation 1330 m
Habitatuncommon, growing on rocky slopes
Coordinates 34.00758 -116.06080 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD83
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
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phenologyFlowering
associated speciesEricameria teretifolia, Quercus cornelius-mulleri, Bahiopsis parishii
verbatim elevation4366ft
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Current Determination: Sporobolus cryptandrusDet. by: La Doux, Tasha, 10/31/2013
NotesLAT/LON converted to UTM;
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