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Specimen number RSA757175
Determination Phacelia crenulata
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Collector, number, date Michael Honer, Johanna Kisner, 2936, 2008-4-8
Verbatim date 2008-04-08
County San Bernardino
Locality South edge of Johnson Valley: near Old Woman Springs; Arrastre Creek, about 0.75 mi. S of Highway 247.
Elevation 976m
HabitatRocky slopes and wash around Arrastre Creek as it flows N into open outwash plain. Grey volcanics above decomposed granite wash. Larrea - Ambrosia scrub with Brickellia, Hymenoclea, Chilopsis, Senna. Some active grazing nearby.
Coordinates 34.38740 -116.70410 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
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Voucher information
phenologyflowers & fruits
other label numbersb3fadd80-f21a-439d-91c3-307d67e5538d
verbatim elevation3200
NotesScattered around wash and bajada.;

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