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Specimen number RSA557719
Determination Chamaesyce polycarpa var. polycarpa
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Collector, number, date Steve Boyd, T. S. Ross, 7108, 1992-4-29
Verbatim date 1992-04-29
County San Diego
Locality Southern Santa Ana Mountains, San Mateo Canyon Wilderness Area. Eastern flank of San Mateo Canyon, along the Clark Trail the canyon bottom to the crest of ridge dividing Cold Spring and San Mateo Canyons.
Elevation 213m
HabitatChaparral burned in 1989 fire, now dominated by early succession elements including lotus soparius, scoparium, eriogonum fasciculatum, malacothamnus, and calystegia macrostegia.
Coordinates 33.48990 -117.45000 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 0.15 miles
Coordinate sourceSD_georef (mak) (copied from UC1608239)
Voucher information
phenologyflowers & fruits
other label numbers4153a7ee-d932-44f0-9208-b377f605c403
verbatim elevation700-1700
Notes<coords cont.: , S18>; Prostrate perennial herb, local on open areasd on ridgetop.;

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