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Specimen number RSA589231
Determination Bromus grandis
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Collector, number, date Timothy S. Ross, Steve Boyd, Peter Fritsch, 2930, 1990-6-8
Verbatim date 1990-06-08
County Los Angeles
Locality Upper Big Tujunga Canyon: Ridge and slopes descending +/- ENE from THORN (Triangulation Point 5499-ft) toward Big Tujunga Creek (about 0.6-1.6 air miles ENE of Barley Flats).
Elevation 1250m
HabitatUpper ridgetop an old firebreak; slopes fairly dense chaparral with Quercus chrysolepis woodland patches occurring in more mesic lateral draws.
Coordinates 34.28222 -118.06138 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbers8f806c9c-e9e7-4878-b89b-de221c61d51d
verbatim elevation4100-5100
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
Bromus grandis, Orlando Mistretta 2002-12
Notes<coords cont.: SW/4 SW/4 east to SE/4 SE/4>; Tufted perennial with pendent inflorescence branches, scattered locally, particularly on the slightly more mesic slopes with arborescent oaks.;

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