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Specimen number RSA0103036
Determination Camissonia arenaria
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Collector, number, date Jim M. Andre, Kim Steiner, Russell Huddleston, 20606, 2012-3-13
Verbatim date 2012-03-13
County San Bernardino
Locality Chemeheuvi Mountains; growing on sandy cliffs in Bat Cave Wash, just north of I-40, near the PG&E compressor station, 0.4 mi. west of Colo. R.
Elevation 124m
HabitatGeologic formation: alluvium; Parent rock: granite; Soil type: sand.
Coordinates 34.71878 -114.49405 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD83
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
phenologyflowers
other label numbers513c715e-6a4b-444f-8e0b-2c6b748f7394
verbatim elevation124 m
NotesApprox. 8 individual plants in population. Local.;
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