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Specimen number RSA751757
Determination Hemizonia pallida
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date P. De Vries, 7369, 2009-4-23
Verbatim date 2009-04-23
County Kern
Locality Western Transvers Range; San Emigdio Mountains Region; Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge; ca. 1.5 air miles west southwest of the junction of Cerro Noroeste and Klipstein Cyn Rd.
Elevation 963m
HabitatScarce on open hilltop in packed gravelly soil with Eriastrum pluriflorum, Eriogonum sp. (annual)
Coordinates 34.94230 -119.42988 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD83
Coordinate sourceGoogle Earth
Voucher information
phenologyflowers
other label numbersc2b83c83-a7e2-4f30-85dc-768c0b577f04
verbatim elevation3159
NotesOccasional on open hilltop in packed clay soil with Eriastrum pluriflorum and Eriogonum sp. (annual).;
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