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Specimen number RSA747509
Determination Senecio integerrimus
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Collector, number, date Scott D. White, Edith Read, Gene Hawkins, Adrian Sears, Scott Weaver, 5523, 1997-8-4
Verbatim date 1997-08-04
County Mono
Locality Lee Vining Creek: Below Saddlebag Lake; above USFS Sawmill Campground, ca. 2.5 road miles NW of jtn. Saddlebag Rd. / Hwy. 120. Ca. 2 air miles E of Yosemite Nat. Park boundary and 4 air miles N of Tioga Pass.
Elevation 2927m
HabitatUplands are Pinus murryana forest on glacial substrate; willow riparian at streamside; grass/sedge meadow on alluvial flats.
Coordinates 37.95970 -119.27470 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84
Coordinate sourceCalTopo
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phenologyflowers
other label numbers57363edd-5c49-42f3-88b3-c9ff2a33d48b
verbatim elevation9600-9800
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Senecio integerrimus (? -> before species), Justin M. Wood 2009-03
NotesPerennial; flowers yellow. Common; mesic forest on slope above stream.;
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