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Specimen number RSA124505
Determination Gilia cana subsp. triceps
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Collector, number, date Percy C. Everett, E. K. Balls, 23219, 1958-5-15
Verbatim date 1958-05-15
County Inyo
Locality 1.9 mi. se. from Emigrant Canyon Ranger Station on road to Trona. [Panamint Mts.]
Elevation 915m
Coordinates 36.46820 -117.20920 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 500 m
Coordinate sourceNew Biogeomancer (copied from RSA45151)
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phenologyflowers & fruits
other label numbers0de7d626-7a40-4119-9e49-051ca8955f13
verbatim elevation3000
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Gilia cana subsp. triceps, Percy C. Everett
NotesHieght 10; flowers pink with blue anthers; scattered; in sun, in dry rocky wash, stream bed; Creosote Bush Scrub.;
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