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Specimen number OBI72365
Determination Ceanothus impressus var. nipomensis
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Collector, number, date Anthony Baniaga, 87, 2010-3-31
Verbatim date 31-Mar-10
County San Luis Obispo
Locality Black Lake Cyn Callender property; 150 m E of hwy 1 intersecting Callender rd
Elevation 27 m
HabitatSoil sandy; Occasional at edge of Baccharis pilularis stand grading into annual grassland
Coordinates 35.05519 -120.59414 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
population biologyHt .5 m, corolla blue indigo, stamens alt corolla lobes
other label numbersc2b21d52-ba03-4829-a360-e7c88a534c19
verbatim coordinates35.055194, 120.594147
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
1: Ceanothus dentatus, original identification, undetermined
current determination (uncorrected): Ceanothus impressus var. nipomensis

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