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Specimen number OBI79592
Determination Bromus grandis
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Collector, number, date David J. Keil, with Matt Ritter, Mike Stiles, Charley Knight, Wendy Knight, and Craig Jacobsen, 31400, 2012-6-28
Verbatim date 6/28/2012
County San Luis Obispo
Locality Santa Lucia Mountains. Upper Lopez Canyon. Lopez Canyon Trail from east Cuesta Ridge to Lopez Canyon Road
HabitatShaded canyon with mosaic of chaparral, mixed evergreen forest, riparian woodland, and foothill woodland. Live stream in canyon bottom; In partial shade along canyon slopes
Coordinates 35.30940 -120.59809 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbers39de68c5-2188-4c3d-bb03-3ca961accd45
verbatim coordinates35.309408, -120.598095
verbatim elevation250?760
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curatorial actions
current determination (uncorrected): Bromus grandis
NotesOccurrence Remarks: From 35.309408 deg. , -120.598095 deg. (upper trailhead) to 35.260794 deg. , -120.514369 deg. (lower trailhead);

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