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Specimen number RSA755977
Determination Cryptantha decipiens
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Collector, number, date Orlando Mistretta, Christine Mistretta, 2421, 2008-4-12
Verbatim date 2008-04-12
County Los Angeles
Locality San Gabriel Mountains region: Southern California transmission line tower (Segment 6, structure 5 per TRTP survey 2008), vicinity of Aliso Cyn, W of the Angeles Forest Hwy.
Elevation 1096m
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other label numbers3e37a5ab-1394-47fc-8b02-d7bb6a241ccc
verbatim elevation3596
NotesBasin sagebrush/Juniper woodland transition, NE facing slope, course granitic soils, full sun. With Salazaria mexicana, Juniperus californicus, Yucca whipplei, Eriogonum fasciculatum ssp. polifolium, Encelia actoni, Lasthenia californica, Ericameria linearifolia, Poa secunda, Camissonia californica, Eschshcolzia minutiflora.Occasional.;

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