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Specimen number RSA0118865
Determination Marah fabacea
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders, 32115, 2006-4-18
Verbatim date 2006-04-18
County Los Angeles
Locality Tehachapi Mtns. Foothills: hills south of Oso Canyon on the west side of the Cement Plant Rd., c. 0.75 mile north of Quail Lake.
Elevation 1037m
HabitatGrassy hillsides and canyons.
Coordinates 34.78472 -118.73472 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
phenologyflowers
other label numbersa0856091-c897-425c-9964-69cd3daab77f
verbatim elevation3400-3500
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Marah fabacea, Nick Jensen 2016-11-28
NotesFls. pale yellow-green/white. Solitary perennial vine on a bank, not among shrubs and not climbing.;
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