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Specimen number RSA270191
Determination Fraxinus anomala
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Collector, number, date James Henrickson, 9311, 1973-4-27
Verbatim date 1973-04-27
County San Bernardino
Locality Ca 37 (air) mi. SE of Baker, in canyon of Providence Mts., 1 mi. NW of Bonanza King Mine, ca 3 miles N of Providence Mtns. State Recr. Area.
Elevation 1372m
HabitatOn limestone slopes and arroyos.
Coordinates 34.98484 -115.51297 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 600 m
Coordinate sourceGeolocate (copied from CAS1124329)
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phenologyflowers
other label numbersd267906f-4b78-4b3c-aa2e-dcffae6f99eb
verbatim elevation4500-4700
NotesInfrequent small male tree, 12ft tall, along N facing slope. alt 4700ft;
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