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Specimen number RSA709180
Determination Penstemon eatonii
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Scott D. White, 11185, 2005-7-15
Verbatim date 2005-07-15
County San Bernardino
Locality San Bernardino Mountains: City of Big Bear Lake, near Hwy 18; south of Mill Creek Rd and west of Talmedge Rd.
Elevation 2088m
HabitatOpen pine forest, minor ephemeral swales drain into small meadow with marginal pebble plains adjacent.
Coordinates 34.24166 -116.92500 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Township/Range/Section02N01E19
DatumNAD83; ER = 400.0000000000 m
Coordinate sourceGPS
Voucher information
phenologyflowers & fruits
other label numbers29f2e8c3-f50f-4d24-8f1b-78b2a65f1886
verbatim elevation6850-6950
NotesPerennial, fls red (often yellow to orange in bud). Occasional.;
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