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Specimen number RSA0103616
Determination Apocynum cannabinum
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Collector, number, date Nick Jensen, Neal Kramer, 2476, 2014-9-7
Verbatim date 2014-09-07
County Kern
Locality Tejon Ranch. Tejon Hills, Comanche Point. In and immediately around Comanche Spring.
HabitatLarge complex wetland/spring habitat and associated dry margins. Much of habitat influenced by alkaline soil. Scattered large willows, burned by Comanche Fire in 2010. Much pig and cattle damage.
Coordinates 35.13365 -118.81137 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84
Coordinate sourceCoordinates provided on label
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phenologyfruits
other label numbers14522a59-62e7-4f07-9c25-d315c54ab087
NotesRhizomatous perennial.;
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