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Specimen number RSA0080066
Determination Phacelia parishii
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Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders, Ann Howald, Chloe Scott, Bill Clark, Josh Utter, 39489, 2011-5-6
Verbatim date 2011-05-06
County Inyo
Locality Chicago Valley, on dirt road toward Twelvemile Spring, off Chicago Valley Rd. east of Hwy 178, 10 km NE (63 deg ) of Shoshone.
Elevation 652m
HabitatLow (c. 5 ft. high) flat plateau with soft silty clay soil, mud-cracked; surface of plateau bare except for annuals, surrounded by shadscale scrub cut by washes. Calcareous outcrops in area.
Coordinates 36.01307 -116.16997 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 1000.0000000000 m
Coordinate sourceCollector GPS
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phenologyfruits
other label numbers6b5035a3-3d5b-47fe-a8d4-c104f3d3e950
verbatim elevation652 m
NotesCommon annual, thousands of plants present (10,000?). Dried corollas purple. Many plants already dead, the others ripening fruit.;
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