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Specimen number RSA114451
Determination Carex vernacula
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Collector, number, date Chas. H. Quibell, Edith M. Quibell, 4054, 1954-8-4
Verbatim date 1954-08-04
County Fresno
Locality Curving granite ridge rising from e. shore of 10,000 Big Margaret L. toward saddle on Silver Divide se. of 11,878 Silver Pk. (9 map-miles n. of Mono Hot Springs)
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other label numberse82c8239-10bd-4ec7-9532-26ed4ba3153f
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Carex vernacula, Robert F. Thorne 1964
NotesSubalpine forest well developed on lower sect. and on S face, reduced to Pinus albicaulis and broken along backbone from ca. 10,500 up. Pinus albicaulis SW face Silver Peak reduced to krumholtz at top. Cirque cliffs to S across glacial canyon bare. This Carex in small clumps-with other Carices and grasses on a little pumice flat at a break in the backbone of the ridge at ca. 10,600 .;

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