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Specimen number RSA210884
Determination Limosella acaulis
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Collector, number, date Robert F. Thorne, James Henrickson, C. W. Tilforth, 39109, 1969-9-4
Verbatim date 1969-09-04
County Modoc
Locality N Fork of Pit River 3.4 mi N of Alturas where crossed by Highway 395.
Elevation 1341m
HabitatSmall bar.
Coordinates 41.51613 -120.48255 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 500 m
Coordinate sourceBerkeleyMapper [rlm]
Voucher information
phenologyflowers & fruits
other label numbersa9e56459-349a-40a6-bc07-dac7a1444eab
verbatim elevation4400
NotesWet mud with Lythrum tribracteatum, Eleocharis acicularis, Elatine rubella, Gratiola neglecta, Veronica americana, V, peregrina, Plagiobothrys cognatus, Rorippa spp., Callitriche verna, etc.;
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