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Specimen number RSA68419
Determination Pseudostellaria jamesiana
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Collector, number, date Charles H. Quibell, 245, 1951-7-18
Verbatim date 1951-07-18
County Fresno
Locality Magnificent Yellow Pine Forest, W Kaiser Camp Ground, on Daulton road (5600ft), 1 plus miles S Kaiser Diggings, 3 plus miles N of 9500ft Kaiser Ridge; small rocky gorge 100 yds below lower camp.
Elevation 1707m
Voucher information
other label numbers9a79e395-0eb7-43e1-840c-6fad3b12ec20
verbatim elevation5600-9500
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Pseudostellaria jamesiana, Richard K. Rabeler 2001
NotesThis Stellaria in shade of Alnus rhombifolia in lower portion of camp, common elsewhere in vicinity but here less advanced due to moisture and shade. Stellaria media and Montia perfoliata with it but restricted to this condition.;

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