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Specimen number OBI38401
Determination Hibiscus denudatus
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders, Charlton, Pitzer, Kniffen & Wright, 6245, 1986-3-10
Verbatim date 10-Mar-86
County Imperial
Locality coyote Mts, 2.15 mi N of hwy S-2 on a dirt road 1.1 mi SE of the San Diego Co line (T16S, R9e, E1/2 of E1/2 sec 6)
Elevation 305 m
HabitatSparse creosote bush scrub on badlands of the Imperial Formation; gypsum rich clay and limey mud with rocky volcanic and granitic slopes above; Scarce shrub on rocky slopes
Coordinates 32.80000 -116.08000 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNot recorded; ER = null
Coordinate source(copied from UCR41766)
Voucher information
population biologyfls pale lavender
other label numbers0bd81c76-f402-48ba-87e7-8be89b4fe7f8
verbatim elevation1000 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Hibiscus denudatus
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