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Specimen number RSA594181
Determination Ceanothus integerrimus
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Collector, number, date S. O. Mattoon, 51, 1978-9-21
Verbatim date 1978-09-21
County Butte
Locality Southern Cascade Mtns: Ponderosa Way Forest Road at Middle Fork, Butte Creek, 5 air miles NW of Maglia.
Elevation 671m
HabitatLower transition zone forest.
Coordinates 39.88579 -121.60000 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 3.985 km
Coordinate sourceGeolocate
Voucher information
phenologyflowers & fruits
other label numbers37684840-4ded-466d-9700-49d88de87abf
verbatim elevation2200
NotesGrowing in lower transition zone forest, a common late spring early summer booming chaparral, often show abortive blooms in fall conditions;
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