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Specimen number RSA610230
Determination Carex spissa
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Fred M. Roberts, 5011, 1997-4-19
Verbatim date 1997-04-19
County Orange
Locality San Juan Canyon along San Juan Creek at CA. Rte. 74 bridge just east of San Juan Hot Springs, 0.8km SSE Juan Rancho Surbey Mark
Elevation 240m
Coordinates 33.50340 -117.64800 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD83/WGS84; ER = 0.1 mi
Coordinate sourceRSA:2009 (copied from RSA679088)
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phenologyfruits
other label numbersf9ab9711-69ff-4a82-8df3-5a3e5d50efaf
verbatim elevation787
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Carex spissa, Fred M. Roberts 1997-04-19
NotesCaespitose perennial, stems to 1.5 meters tall; occasional in rocky canyon along stream in open alluvial woodland. Associated with Eruthamia occidentalis, Equasetum species, Typha species, Salix lasiolepis, Artemisa douglasiana, Baccharis salicifolia, and Adiantum capillus-veneris in moist sandy soil.;
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