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Specimen number RSA0114700
Determination Dudleya
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Collector, number, date Marc A. Baker, Michelle Cloud-Hughes, 17495, 2011-12-17
Verbatim date 2011-12-17
County Riverside
Locality 300 m south of Desert Queen Mine (McHaney's Mine), 12.5 km SSW of Twenty Nine Palms, 1.5 km ESE of Negro Hill.
Elevation 1360m
HabitatCanyon of granitic outcroppings and boulders.
Coordinates 34.02130 -116.07120 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84
Coordinate sourceCoordinates provided on label
Voucher information
other label numbers89a5354b-6ba8-4c9a-804e-4b6fae6a90c8
verbatim elevation1360 m
NotesCommon perennial with gray-green succulent leaves; individual transplanted to cold-frame, Chino Valley, Arizona; stems and flowers photographed and pressed 4 May 2012; died by 2013.;
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