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Specimen number RSA437006
Determination Acamptopappus shockleyi
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Collector, number, date James D. Morefield, D. H. McCarty, 3636 a, 1986-5-10
Verbatim date 1986-05-10
County Mono
Locality White Mountains Fishlake Valley drainage; 0.25 mi. south of mouth of McAfee Creek in ravine.
Elevation 1616m
HabitatCoarse granitic alluvium sloping 8 deg E, with Lycium, Ephedra, Atriplex, Artemisia, Stipa. Chrysothamnus, Grayia, Tetradymia, Sphaeralcea
Coordinates 37.63120 -118.08560 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Township/Range/Section04S35E02
DatumWGS84
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
phenologyflowers
other label numbers9f83b15c-60cb-4951-9ce2-f8d765f56138
verbatim elevation1616 m
NotesCommon low shrubs to 4 dm high; rays yellow.;
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