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Specimen number RSA614343
Determination Lotus scoparius
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date B. Pitzer, 2802, 1996-4-30
Verbatim date 1996-04-30
County Orange
Locality San Joaquin Hills Crystal Cove State Park, south of City of Irvine on State Hwy 1 (Pacific Coast Hwy).
Elevation 15m
HabitatCoastal Sage Scrub with,
Coordinates 33.57206 -117.83789 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 1.0 km
Coordinate sourceGEOLocate (copied from CAS934252)
Voucher information
phenologyflowers & fruits
other label numbers6dac4d91-331c-484f-8ca1-213ff1ebee07
verbatim elevation15 m
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Lotus scoparius, G. K. Helmkamp 1997-02
NotesFairly common perennial/subshrub, ca. 2-3 ft high; fls yellow, aging red.;
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