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Specimen number RSA0058094
Determination Trichostema lanceolatum
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Collector, number, date Nick Jensen, J. Mark Porter, 1784, 2014-5-21
Verbatim date 2014-05-21
County Kern
Locality Tejon Ranch. Plains to the west of the mouth of Tejon Canyon, north of Tejon Creek about 1.75 air km to the old Indian Schoolhouse.
Elevation 552m
HabitatGrassland. Annual grassland dominated by non-native grasses among widely scattered Quercus lobata. Slope = flat, Aspect = n/a.
Coordinates 35.05135 -118.68870 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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other label numbers05d2b680-c703-4a0c-a0a1-f4661bd0eddb
verbatim elevation552 m
NotesHerb, annual, smells like vinegar. Phenology = flowering, flower color = purple. Infrequent.;
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