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Specimen number RSA709648
Determination Cirsium neomexicanum
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Collector, number, date Scott D. White, Dave Charlton, 11018, 2005-5-10
Verbatim date 2005-05-10
County San Bernardino
Locality Mountain Pass. North of the I-15 Freeway and south of Molycorp quarry. Proposed and approved for expanded quarry waste area.
Elevation 1420m
HabitatBlackbush-dominated shrubland.
Coordinates 35.47500 -115.53333 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
phenologyflowers
other label numbersbe8032a2-951a-4105-a6ee-792b263e150b
verbatim elevation4658
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
Cirsium neomexicanum, A. C. Sanders 2005
NotesBiennial?;
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