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Specimen number POM118204
Determination Chrysothamnus paniculatus
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Collector, number, date H. M. Hall, 10961, 1919-10-22
Verbatim date 1919-10-22
County Kern
Locality Western borders of Mojave Desert, at the approach to Tehachapi Pass.
HabitatGrowing in a dry stony stream way
Coordinates 35.10000 -118.29365 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD27; ER = 2 miles
Coordinate sourceTerrain Navigator (copied from UC205544)
Voucher information
phenologyflowers
other label numbersfd2fd18e-9c68-4211-b2ae-e8f83286f9a2
NotesShrubs 1-1.8mhigh, 4m across, with about 10 main stems each 2m thick, often in broad thickets;
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