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Specimen number RSA0022961
Determination Eschscholzia androuxii
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Collector, number, date D. Charlton, Donna Raddatz, Gary Bolton, K. H. Berry, 4799, 1991-4-14
Verbatim date 1991-04-14
County San Bernardino
Locality Stoddard Valley, 5 miles south of Barstow on Hwy 247.
Elevation 854m
HabitatBajada, rolling hills, washes, clay terraces, and red and eroding white and red sandy ridge to the north, Creosote Bush scrub with Mojave Yucca, Wolfberry, felt leaved Cottonthorn, Allscale, Desert Holly and Shadscale.
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phenologyflowers & fruits
other label numbers627f1b8b-f6ba-4a7e-9795-1551a2b0f5c4
verbatim elevation2800
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Eschscholzia androuxii, Shannon M. Still 2014-03-14
NotesLocally common yellow flowered 6in. annual on clay slopes.;
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