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|Determination||Eriogonum thomasii |
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
|Collector, number, date||LeRoy Gross, Bryan Tutt, Sula Vanderplank, 1499, 2005-2-23|
|Locality||Northwest side of the Avawatz Mountains, off road that leads to Cave Spring and Avawatz Pass. Just north of Fort Irwin indefinite boundary. Southeast of Denning Spring.|
|Coordinates||35.58500 -116.46261 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]|
|Coordinate source||Specimen Label (Lat + Long)|
|Notes||Semi-wash next to a steep loose talus slope. Talus slope in a southwest facing direction. Wash draining in a northwest direction then cuts north through the narrow steep mountains just pass Denning Spring. Perennial shrubs include; Larrea tridentata, Ambrosia dumosa, Encelia farinosa and Hymenoclea salsola. Early in the year and after a good amount of rain. Some of the common annuals that were coming up were; Eriophyllum ambiguum var. paleaceum, Plantago ovata, Phacelia crenulata var. ambigua, P. calthifolia, Monoptilon bellioides, Camissonia brevipes, C. refracta, Chorizanthe brevicornu, Eriogonum inflatum, E. thomasii and Lupinus arizonicus. Growing on loose soil, on scree slopes.;|
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