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Specimen number RSA718533
Determination Quercus cornelius-mulleri
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Collector, number, date Michael Honer, 1849, 2003-10-13
Verbatim date 2003-10-13
County San Bernardino
Locality Rocky canyon appx. 4 mi. W of Flamingo Heights. Accessible via labyrinthine series of vague dirt roads running W from Hondo St. and Hwy 247.
Elevation 1311m
HabitatScenic landscape of large sculpted granitic boulders shedding decomposed granite soil. Open Pinyon-Juniper woodland with Quercus cornelius-mulleri, Acacia greggii, Yucca breviflora, Y schidigera, Coleogyne ramocissima.
Coordinates 34.24770 -116.52090 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Township/Range/Section02N04E13
DatumNAD83
Coordinate sourceGPS
Voucher information
phenologyvegetative
other label numbers969d61ee-f078-40f4-8cc9-7c6756a80274
verbatim elevation4300
Notes<coords cont.: SW1/4 of SE1/4>; Scattered in more-or-less protected rocky canyons.;
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