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Specimen number RSA551561
Determination Pinus monophylla
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date A. Farjon, 247, 1992-9-25
Verbatim date 1992-09-25
County Ventura
Locality Alt. ca. 1000 m. Sierra Madre, Los Padres National Forest, 5-6 km S of Ventucopa along Cal Hwy. 33.
Elevation 1000m
Coordinates 33.13888 -115.28722 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceUnknown
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phenologysterile
other label numbers4f34fad0-562f-41fe-a4f6-1c71ae334c8b
verbatim elevation3280
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Pinus monophylla, Steve Boyd 2002-01
NotesOn gravelly soil with undergrowth of open chaparral. Tree ca. 10 m tall, dbh 25 cm, coning profusely. Separate: see cone collection. Vern.: Singleleaf pinyon.;
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