Accession Detail Results
|Determination||Mimulus mohavensis |
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|Collector, number, date||David M. Thompson, 1039, 1992-4-8|
|Locality||Newberry Mountains, 1.5 air miles S of Azucar Mine. 8.2 miles SE of Dagget interchange(I-40) along Camprock Road.|
|Habitat||canyon narrows, east side of road on steep gravelly areas facing road and along N side of narrow side canyon near mouth|
|Coordinates||34.75508 -116.82041 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]|
|Datum||WGS84; ER = 135 m|
|Coordinate source||New Biogeomancer (copied from HSC90672)|
|Notes||<coords cont.: W1/2>; Several hundred plants; mostly scattered but aggregated in a few spots on gravelly hillsides; scarce in washes; near peak of flowering period. Plants strongly purplish and darkened especially calyces. Corolla salverform, dark brownish purple with broad whitish margin on limb;|
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