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Specimen number RSA564030
Determination Tamarix ramosissima
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Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders, O. F. Clarke, 11137, 1991-6-10
Verbatim date 1991-06-10
County Riverside
Locality Along Spring Brook between Lake Evans (Fairmont Park) and the Santa Ana River
HabitatRiparian woodland with Populus fremontii, salix gooddingii, S. laevigata, S lasiolepis, Carya illinoensis, Juglans californica, Fraxinus, and Vitis girdiana; in disturbed areas
Voucher information
other label numberse4a5bbd2-a671-4fad-a84d-3a748714eb50
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
Tamarix ramosissima, J. Gaskin 2005-04
NotesA fairly common 3-4m high shrub; flowers pink; flowers five-merous, disk dark green and shallowly but distinctly lobed, stamens inserted on margin of disk between lobes;

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