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Specimen number RSA701550
Determination Salvia columbariae
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Collector, number, date Steve Boyd, Tammy Morgan, 10731, 2004-3-30
Verbatim date 2004-03-30
County San Bernardino
Locality Southern end of the Cady Mountains northwest of Ludlow (north of Interstate 40) lower slopes and wash at base of hill topped with communication towers, along powerline road.
Elevation 854m
HabitatMostly volcanic substrates. Open scrub of Larrea tridentata, Encelia farinosa, Bebbia juncea, Hymenoclea salsola, and Ambrosia dumosa; many annuals.
Coordinates 34.82555 -116.33250 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersa2ef1daf-83a0-47ce-99e4-0510d7ecb18d
verbatim elevation2800
NotesAnnual, flowers blue. Common.;

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