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Specimen number RSA757748
Determination Juniperus californica
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Collector, number, date LeRoy Gross, Jackie McConnaughy, Drew Monks, Tommy Stoughton, Jane Tirrell, Malia Volke, 4346, 2010-4-12
Verbatim date 2010-04-12
County Riverside
Locality Whitewater Canyon Bioblitz: From camp near 34.02539N, 116.68032W, east of the Paw, near the mouth of Catclaw Flat canyon., Dropped down the Whitewater River to the first wide alluvial canyon to the east, near 34.02133N, 116.67779W. Surveyed this canyon to near 34.02483N, 116.66819W. Then surveyed back to camp by climbing to saddle of ridge to the north, near 34.02655N, 116.67484, and small draw at south end of Catclaw Flat Canyon.
Elevation 871m
Coordinates 34.02133 -116.67779 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Township/Range/Section02S03E04
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbers57b03466-18ac-489c-b7cf-c062dfcf2071
verbatim elevation2858-2997
Notes<coords cont.: South half>; Wide alluvial detritus, with sandy material within drainage. Bedrock showing through the slopes was composed of sedimentary conglomerate. Dry, sunny, still easy to walk through as recovering from fire many years ago, and the Adenostoma fasciculatum, Rhus ovata, Prunus ilicifolia, Ziziphus parryi, Ceanothus greggii perplexans, Eriodictyon trichocalyx, Salazaria mexicana, Keckiella antirrhinoides, Arctostaphylos glauca, and Purshia tridentata glandulosa were coming back nice on flat sandy areas. Some of the surrounding slopes were pretty heavily invested with Bromus species. Growing within canyon.;
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