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Specimen number RSA559313
Determination Carex spissa
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Steve Boyd, Timothy S. Ross, David E. Bramlet, 7375, 1993-5-13
Verbatim date 1993-05-13
County Riverside
Locality Southern Santa Ana Mountains, San Mateo Canyon Wilderness Area. Wildhorse Canyon, from confluence with Los Alamos Canyon upstream approx. 1 mile
Elevation 412m
HabitatAdenostoma fasciculatum-Ceanothus crassifolius chaparral on slopes, Quercus agrifolia woodlaond on benches and aboutn springs, riparian woodland of Platanus racemosa, fraxinus velutina, Salix lasiolepis, etc. along stream. Considerable areas of water-worn granitic bedrock with large, deeps pools present in lower 1/3 mile of Wildhorse canyon.
Coordinates 33.56700 -117.39000 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Township/Range/Section07S05W15
DatumNAD27; ER = 1 km
Coordinate sourceRSA:2009 (copied from RSA559315)
Voucher information
phenologyfruits
other label numbersbaa9f3c1-8efb-41e2-b64c-719164f480b2
verbatim elevation1350-1750
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Carex spissa, Steve Boyd 1993-05-13
Notes<coords cont.: E/2 E/2>; Adenostoma fasciculatum - Ceanothus crassifolius chaparral on slopes, Quercus agrifolia woodland on benches and about spring, riparian woodland of Platanus racemosa, Fraxinus velutina, Salix lasiolepis, etc. along stream. Considerable areas of water-worn granitic bedrock with large, deep pools present in lower 1/3 mile of Wildhorse Canyon. Robust, tufted perennial. Locally common in seepy ground, understory of oak woodland on slope in side drainage just above first major waterfall area in Wildhorse Canyon, SE corner of NE1/4 SE1/4 sec. 15.;
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