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Specimen number RSA0042354
Determination Echinocereus engelmannii
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Collector, number, date Sarah J. De Groot, Cheryl S. Sevilla, 7150, 2014-6-25
Verbatim date 2014-06-25
County San Bernardino
Locality Bighorn Mountains: near end of BLM road 2236, east of Mound Spring, head of Rattlesnake Canyon, off Viscera Spring Road.
Elevation 1683m
HabitatGentle hillside sloping about 10 degrees, facing west. Blackbrush scrub with scattered Jushua Tree and Pinyon.
Coordinates 34.25582 -116.64082 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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phenologyflowers
other label numbers34bea4ef-2130-4cdc-a4a2-3f915c8e5e9c
verbatim elevation5520
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Echinocereus engelmannii, Sarah J. De Groot 2014-07-17
NotesPerennial; locally common in open areas between shrubs. Probably about 1000 plants in the area. Fruit green to ripe.;
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