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Specimen number RSA114851
Determination Carex vernacula
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Collector, number, date Chas. H. Quibell, Sue Quibell, 3163, 1953-8-5
Verbatim date 1953-08-05
County Fresno
Locality Frog Pond 40 x 50 yards and 3-4 deep just W of saddle between 10,612 eastermost peak of Three Sisters ridge and the 10,200 hill directly NE at ultimate headwaters of Dinkey Creek. Lowest tributary N. Fork Kings River.
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phenologyflowers & fruits
other label numbers43b1957b-0f1a-4391-b071-f8a5f17e728c
NotesGreat rock talus to top of 10,612 peak on SW. Pinus albicaulis at top; lodgepole forest to NE to top of 10,200 hill. This little Carex with triangular stems in white phase, pond margin.;

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