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Specimen number RSA597292
Determination Salix exigua
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date R. G. Swinney, 3224, 1994-8-23
Verbatim date 1994-08-23
County Los Angeles
Locality San Gabriel Mountains: Mount Baldy Road on W shoulder, approx. 1/4 mi SW of Mount Baldy Road Junction with Glendora Mountain Road.
Elevation 1220m
HabitatGentle E-facing slope, disturbed roadside.
Coordinates 34.23329 -117.66205 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 100 m
Coordinate sourceGoogleEarth
Voucher information
other label numbers1a9997e2-dc08-4c22-82e9-fe2dd1a5a33d
verbatim elevation4000
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
Salix exigua, Orlando Mistretta 2006-04
Notes<coords cont.: SW1/16 NW1/4>; Shrub to 2.3 m high. Resprout from roadside maintenance cutting of plants.;

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