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Specimen number RSA131728
Determination Bromus grandis
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date E. K. Balls, 23293, 1958-6-27
Verbatim date 1958-06-27
County Riverside
Locality Between Santiago Peak and Indian Truck Trail, along Main Divide, Santa Ana Mountains.
Elevation 1372m
Coordinates 33.70999 -117.51799 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD27; ER = 2.000 km
Coordinate sourceRSA:2009 (copied from UC1146110)
Voucher information
other label numbers2594a3e9-0016-43dd-90a8-8b70d85634fc
verbatim elevation4500
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
Bromus grandis, Peter H. Raven 1962
NotesYellow Pine Forest. Abundant; in sun, on dry rocky banks, clay soil. Height to 4.5 feet.;

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