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Specimen number RSA0040492
Determination Juncus balticus subsp. ater
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Collector, number, date Sarah J. De Groot, Cheryl S. Sevilla, 7158, 2014-7-7
Verbatim date 2014-07-07
County San Bernardino
Locality Bighorn Mountain Wilderness: south of Mound Spring near unnamed spring. End of Mound Spring Road (RC 2248). Near old prospect. East of Blue Cut and northeast of Mineral Mountain.
Elevation 1733m
HabitatIn drainage area. Interface of quartz monzonite and older Quaternary fanglomerate.
Coordinates 34.24701 -116.66519 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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other label numbersa9a15e22-dc8d-47d0-9926-e0d240fc4d18
verbatim elevation5683
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Juncus balticus subsp. ater, Sarah J. De Groot 2014-07-23
NotesPerennial, possibly rhizomatous. Locally frequent in small patch on north-northwest-facing slope of drainage.;
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