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Specimen number JOTR37433
Determination Tiquilia canescens var. canescens
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Collector, number, date Hodges, Stephen R., T. Hender, 555, 2015-12-29
Verbatim date 12-29-2015
County Riverside
Locality Joshua Tree National Park. Eagle Mountains, wide bowl type formation between the top of Dragon Wash and Difficult Canyon (Stop 3)
HabitatSparsely vegetated undulating bowl above a series of canyons; population of approx. 20-30 individuals in the area
Coordinates 33.73320 -115.52229 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84
Coordinate sourceUTM to Lat/Long conversion by CCH loading script
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associated speciesOpuntia basilaris var. basilaris, Nolina parryi, Larrea tridentata, Hilaria rigida
verbatim elevation518m
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Current Determination: Tiquilia canescens var. canescensDet. by: Hodges, Stephen R., 12/29/2015
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