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Specimen number OBI59400
Determination Arctostaphylos glauca
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Collector, number, date Larry Kelly, David J. Keil, 119, 1988-5-13
Verbatim date 13-May-88
County Santa Barbara
Locality Jctn of Figueroa Mtn rd and Catway rd about 1 mi E of Figueroa Station
HabitatEcotonal area containing elements of lower fringes of montane mixed coniferous forest, foothill woodland, chaparral, and grasslands. Dominants include Pinus sabiniana, Pinus coulteri, Quercus agrifolia, quercus douglasii, Arctostaphylos glauca, Juniperus california, and Ceanothus cuneatus; Very common
Coordinates 34.73620 -119.99610 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD83; ER = 300 m
Coordinate sourceTerrain Nav. USGS 1:24000
Voucher information
population biologyArborescent manzanita
other label numbersc091603c-a74f-4172-b132-075ec2823ee1
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current determination (uncorrected): Arctostaphylos glauca

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