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Specimen number RSA760731
Determination Lasthenia glaberrima
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Collector, number, date David J. Keil, 29788, 2002-4-4
Verbatim date 2002-04-04
County San Luis Obispo
Locality Santa Margarita Ranch. Vicinity of farm pond and associated vernal wetlands north of Santa Margarita and east of US 101.
Elevation 299m
HabitatFoothill woodland and grassland area. Actively grazed by cattle.
Coordinates 35.40350 -120.61988 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceSpecimen Label (Lat + Long)
Voucher information
phenologyflowers
other label numbers57c629f3-7b8b-4000-9623-26479defe9dc
verbatim elevation980-1000
NotesVery locally common in small vernal swale along seasonal drainage; occasional just south of pond. Corollas yellow.;
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