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Specimen number RSA665470
Determination Minuartia cismontana
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Collector, number, date E. Neese, E. Painter, HL- 2558, 1996-4-23
Verbatim date 1996-04-23
County Monterey
Locality Fort Hunter Liggett (Training Area 2), ca. 0.5 air km SW of Milpitas Reservoir dam, ca. 0.3 air km NE of San Antonio River.
Elevation 360m
HabitatOak woodland; cobbly sand; gentle slope.
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phenologyflowers
other label numbers005e7e4b-a091-4517-aef3-c44a5d963bf0
verbatim elevation1181
NotesLocally common. Annual. Erect to spreading, to 10 cm tall. Flowers sweet scented. With: Quercus douglasii, Lasthenia californica, Castilleja exserta, Nassella, Poa secunda.;
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