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Specimen number RSA596871
Determination Bromus grandis
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Timothy S. Ross, Steve Boyd, 3545, 1990-6-18
Verbatim date 1990-06-18
County San Bernardino
Locality San Gabriel Mountains. 'Epipactis Canyon'. Un-named canyon draining ENE to Lone Pine Canyon, originating near E end of Upper Lytle Creek Ridge. [Sheep Creek Truck Road, 2N56, drops NEward through the lower half of this canyon]
Elevation 1030m
HabitatRiparian strip, chaparral on slopes and flats with localized oak woodland on mesic lower slopes.
Coordinates 34.29550 -117.49260 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Township/Range/Section02N06W10
DatumNAD83/WGS84; ER = 2 mi
Coordinate sourceRSA:2009 (copied from RSA596870)
Voucher information
phenologyfertile
other label numbersb93dbb91-987c-4b88-bbba-1da430f3cbc4
verbatim elevation3380-3480
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curatorial actions
Bromus grandis, Orlando Mistretta 2002-12
Notes<coords cont.: SW/4 NW/4 NE/4>; Riparian strip with scattered willows & ''mesic chaparral'' species: Epipactis gigantea & Pycnanthemum californicum locally abundant along stream; adjacent slopes & flats largely supporting chaparral elements; a few arborescent Quercus chrysolepis localized on mesic lower slopes. Herbaceous perennial;
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