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Specimen number RSA188394
Determination Muhlenbergia microsperma
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Collector, number, date R. F. Thorne, P. Everett, 34992 a, 1965-6-23
Verbatim date 1965-06-23
County Los Angeles
Locality Santa Catalina Island. Near mouth of Hamilton Canyon NW of Avalon.
Elevation 23m
Habitatat base of dry, rocky, s-facing slope with Solanum wallacei
Coordinates 33.35490 -118.33301 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 270 m
Coordinate sourceBiogeomancer (copied from RSA188145)
Voucher information
other label numbers188180bc-f65c-48a1-9c9a-1b2ddde3d576
verbatim elevation75
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
Muhlenbergia microsperma, Paul M. Peterson 1988-05
NotesNavarretia hamata hamnata, Selaginella bigelovii, Antirrhinum nuttallianum, Pellaea mucronata, Elymus condensatus;

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