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Specimen number RSA0033746
Determination Dieteria canescens var. leucanthemifolia
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Collector, number, date Jim Andre, 25379, 2013-9-2
Verbatim date 2013-09-02
County San Bernardino
Locality Castle Mountains; W end of range, 0.2 mi. SE of Hart Mine Rd., 9.1 mi. E of Barnwell (jct. Ivanpah Rd), approx. 1 mi. NW of Hart Mine complex.
Elevation 1347m
HabitatJoshua Tree Woodland, mixed volcanic gravels.
Coordinates 35.29713 -115.12416 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD83
Coordinate sourceCoordinates provided on label.
Voucher information
phenologyflowers
other label numbers113d92c6-b969-4cd1-92f8-2496338fa473
verbatim elevation4420
NotesOccasional.;
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