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Specimen number RSA468413
Determination Langloisia setosissima subsp. punctata
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Collector, number, date Ed Wilson, s.n., 1973-4-15
Verbatim date 1973-04-15
County San Bernardino
Locality Southern end of Marble Mountains, bottom of N/S trending wash
Elevation 305m
Habitatfloored with quartzite, shale and limestone
Coordinates 34.53438 -115.47683 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 1.600 km
Coordinate sourceGeolocate (copied from POM363598)
Voucher information
phenologyflowers & fruits
other label numbers022c52c0-955a-455d-930b-1415841bb721
verbatim elevation1000
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
Langloisia setosissima subsp. punctata, Steven Timbrook 1978

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