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Specimen number RSA0094451
Determination Bolboschoenus maritimus subsp. paludosus
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Collector, number, date Duncan S. Bell, 8594, 2015-8-12
Verbatim date 2015-08-12
County Riverside
Locality Orocopia Mountains; southwestern section of the range, collecting at a spring in the southern section of the Dos Palmas area. Temperature at around 120 degrees.
Elevation -41m
HabitatA large lush localized spring in an otherwise vastly open hot alkali salt pan flat. Frequent/scattered along small muddy/mucky waterways around the south section of spring.
Coordinates 33.47169 -115.82926 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbers412cdcfa-10f6-4497-913f-222993078366
verbatim elevation-134

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