Accession Detail Results
|Determination||Sidalcea malviflora subsp. dolosa |
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
|Collector, number, date||Bart O Brien, Duncan S. Bell, 39 -2009, 2009-7-14|
|Locality||Wildhorse Canyon from the top.|
|Habitat||In open areas in dappled sunlight along the creek where the riparian zone is fairly narrow. Associated species: Ribes cereum, Salix sp., Symphoricarpos rotundifolius var. parishii, Pinus jeffreyi, Eriophyllum confertiflorum, Potentilla sp., Stachys albens, Mimulus guttatus, Geranium sp., Achillea millefolium, Platanthera leucostachys, Veratrum sp., Horkelia sp., Juncus xiphioides?, Epilobium sp. (pink flowers, tall), Rumex sp., Carex sp., Trifolium sp., Urtica dioica, Veronica sp., Mimulus moschetus.|
|Coordinates||34.19512 -116.78251 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]|
|Datum||NAD83; ER = 400.0000000000 m|
|Coordinate source||Topo software|
|Notes||<coords cont.: SE 1/4 of SW 1/4>; Common and/or scattered in open areas in dappled sunlight along the creek where the riparian zone is fairly narrow (none were seen in the large Carex dominated meadow further upstream). Plant height and size of flowers and inflorescences varied tremendously with actual location of the specimen. Plants with _ inch wide flowers on 6 inch tall plants were found in the drier areas, while plants with 1 inch wide flowers on 2 foot tall plants were found in very wet (to nearly inundated) sites. Plants seemed to be most common where the riparian corridor (herbaceous vegetation) was only 6 to 12 feet wide.;|
|Check for yellow flag|
Explanations of the fields are available by clicking on the left-hand headings.
Information about the collector is available by clicking on the collector name.
The location can be mapped by clicking on "BerkeleyMapper".
Other possibly pertinent records can be retrieved by clicking on "Related searches".
|Copyright © 2018 Regents of the University of California — Updated 11 January 2019|