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Specimen number RSA150613
Determination Epilobium angustifolium subsp. circumvagum
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Collector, number, date Chas H. Quibell, Sue Quibell, 6810, 1957-8-11
Verbatim date 1957-08-11
County Fresno
Locality Steep, broken-rock, gravelly, W-SW facing slope above the round pocket meadow lying at 10,950 between the 2 creeks draining west from extensive lake and tarn area NW of 13,568 Mt. Goddard., The N creek drains down this 250 slope from a lakelet at forward edge of large bench.
HabitatLarge Pinus albicaulis on S facing slope above meadow; krumholtz on rocky ledges at lakelet outlet; the slope wet and floriferous.
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phenologyflowers
other label numbers514486eb-b722-4034-8ec0-97f7eea8926f
NotesThis Epilobium flowering in krumholtz at crest of slope just below lakelet.;
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