Accession Detail Results
|Determination||Senecio triangularis |
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
|Collector, number, date||LeRoy Gross, 3548, 2008-8-5|
|Locality||Fish Creek Meadows area. The smaller east meadow, above (south) where the trail loops in and out of this creek. Near 34.12376N, 116.77680W up creek as far as 34.12002N, 116.78105W.|
|Coordinates||34.12002 -116.78105 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]|
|Coordinate source||Not recorded|
|Notes||<coords cont.: SE1/4 of SW1/4>; Some parts of creek had benches above the creek, and debris flow deposits, from where heavy run-off had carved into creek bottom. Slopes above upper part of the creek had trees of Pinus jeffreyi, P. contorta murrayana, P. flexilis, Abies concolor, and shrubs of Holodiscus microphyllus. Along creek bottom and areas in the meadow had species that include: Lilium parryi, Hypericum formosum scouleri, Helenium bigelovii, Salix spp., Deschampsia elongata, Horkelia rydbergii, Solidago confinis, Agrostis idahoensis, Gentianella amarella acuta, Mimulus tilingii, Veronica americana, Lupinus polyphyllus burkei, Senecio triangularis, Festuca rubra, Bromus ciliatus, Carex spp., Juncus spp., and Platanthera leucostachys. Damp area, near creek bed, in shade.;|
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