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Specimen number NY801194
Determination Astragalus canadensis var. brevidens
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Collector, number, date M. Honer, 1787, 2002-7-23
Verbatim date 07 23 2002
County Mono
Locality Glass Mountain Region: Long Valley; Owens River edge, appx. 2km northwest of Benton Crossing. Fisherman's access gate nearby. (Whitmore Hot Springs quad)
Elevation 2080 m
HabitatActively grazed banks and meadow above meanders of river. Soft fine pumice soil, becoming alkaline.
Coordinates 37.71020 -118.78252 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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macromorphologyFlowers pale yellow-cream, reflexed
associated speciesStreambanks of dense thatch of Carex nebrascensis, Juncus balticus, Hordeum spp., Glaux maritima, Cirsium scariosum, Iris missouriensis, Sisyrinchium halophilum. Saltgrass meadows dominated by Distichlis spicata, Pyrrocoma lanceolata.

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