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Specimen number OBI83186
Determination Castilleja miniata
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Collector, number, date Tom Schweich, 1182, 2015-6-25
Verbatim date 06/25/15
County Mono
Locality Lee Vining Creek On a former beach strand of Mono Lake, now exposed by falling lake levels, in the delta of Lee Vining Creek, 2.75 km northeast of the GNIS location of Lee Vining.
Elevation 1948 m
Coordinates 37.97776 -119.10317 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
population biologyPerennial.
other label numbersfc8840eb-e51c-4459-9c4c-f4ed53f716e5
verbatim coordinates37.97776457, -119.103173 (37.97776457, -119.103173)
verbatim elevation1948 m
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current determination (uncorrected): Castilleja miniata miniata

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