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Specimen number RSA68519
Determination Agrostis scabra
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Collector, number, date Chas. H. Quibell, 234, 1951-7-17
Verbatim date 1951-07-17
County Fresno
Locality W. Kaiser Camp Grd. on Daulton Rd. (5600'), 1 plus m.s. Kaiser Diggings, 6 plus m.n. of 9500' Kaiser Ridge; down Crk. n.w. for 3/8 m. just beyond low rocky point, 5500',
HabitatMagnificent Yellow Pine Forest; Abies concolor and Pinus Lambertianan on n. facing canyon wall; few P. Lambertiana on S. facing-mostly P. ponderosa and Libocedrus.
Coordinates 37.34507 -119.23934 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 756 m
Coordinate sourceGeolocate (copied from RSA68580)
Voucher information
other label numbers20f9e808-212f-4083-95d8-0fb1a0f2b5cf
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
Agrostis scabra, Peter H. Raven 1962
NotesGrass in large clump;

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