Accession Detail Results
|Determination||Lupinus sericatus |
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
|Collector, number, date||Anderson, s.n., 1892-4-7|
|Locality||Anderson Springs and Cobb Mountain|
|Coordinates||38.77499 -122.69080 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]|
|Datum||NAD27; ER = 1.508 miles|
|Coordinate source||"Terrain Navigator Pro 1:24,000 (copied from UC42448)"|
|Notes||Per. very low, prob. dies back to ground, foliage 2dm tall and raceme 4dm tall, silky satiny sericeus with a satin sheen very dense, stem less so 3mm dia. Petioles 4-12 cm long, the longest midway up. leaflets 5-6 obovate-spatuylate the tips rounded to emarginate, mucronulate to 4.5 cm long 19-21 mm wide, the lower part attenuyate, wedge shaped; peduncle 6.5 cm. raceme 17 cm on 2nd, 1st type is broken, vert 2 cm distant, bracts caducous; pedicels 4-5mm long finely sericeus; calyx sericeus, banner and petals glabrous, keel ciliate along most of the upper margin from the acumen back;|
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