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Specimen number RSA183006
Determination Camissonia cheiranthifolia subsp. cheiranthifolia
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Collector, number, date E. K. Balls, 12111, 1965-11-8
Verbatim date 1965-11-08
County Monterey
Locality At end and along 100 block Roberts Avenue, Seaside
Elevation 3m
HabitatCoastal Strand
Coordinates 36.60783 -121.86003 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 243 m
Coordinate sourceGoogleMaps via BerkeleyMapper (copied from RSA183005)
Voucher information
other label numbers34ed63ce-41c2-4d76-87c3-8093bd4176f7
verbatim elevation10
NotesAbundant perennial, growing with the type - leaves bright green, glabrous, and narrower than the type. On sand dunes with Abronia, Franseria, Cakile, Haplopappus ericoides, etc. Seed.;

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