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Specimen number RSA269483
Determination Penstemon palmeri
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Barry A. Prigge, 775, 1973-4-28
Verbatim date 1973-04-28
County San Bernardino
Locality NE San Bernardino Co., SIvanpah Valley, ca 13 mi. NE of Mt Pass. Power lines X Stateline Pass Rd.
Elevation 854m
HabitatRocky limestone gravel, creosote bush scrub
Coordinates 35.61818 -115.40785 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 600 m
Coordinate sourcecopied from RSA269415: Geolocate
Voucher information
phenologyflowers
other label numbers1f6b41fb-9c3f-4429-8954-01a86a77c6e4
verbatim elevation2800
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Penstemon palmeri, Andrea D. Wolfe 1993
NotesFrequent annual in arroyo. Lavender fls. Rocky limestone gravel. Creosote bush scrub.;
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