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Specimen number RSA731166
Determination Tiquilia palmeri
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Collector, number, date Clifford, K. Heil, 3 -40, 2003-2-28
Verbatim date 2003-02-28
County San Bernardino
Locality BLM; ca. 5 mi. n. of Earp & 6 mi. n. of Parker Arizona. Large sand dune w. of Colorado River.
Elevation 137m
HabitatSparse Palo verde & creosote bush common in disturbed habitat of motor-cross/ATV area; deep sandy soils with minor gravel along crest of dune.
Coordinates 34.25050 -114.17450 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
phenologyvegetative
other label numbers6a6c9561-dfe7-42cd-89ad-0d82167cea2a
verbatim elevation450
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Tiquilia palmeri, LeRoy Gross 2017-01
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