Accession Detail Results
|Determination||Delphinium gypsophilum subsp. gypsophilum |
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
|Collector, number, date||LeRoy Gross, 4430, 2010-4-27|
|Locality||Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge, far west end of the San Emigdio Mountains. Down the Bitter Creek stream from 34.95954N 119.34890W to fence line near 34.97261N 119.34573W. Unit # 2 within refuge.|
|Coordinates||34.96778 -119.34613 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]|
|Coordinate source||Not recorded|
|Notes||<coords cont.: SE, S9 NW>; Sandy silt creek bottom, with steep mountain sides and calving-like cliffs just above creek. Stream bottom gets repeated clearing from heavy storms. Alkaline bed with Atriplex lentiformis, Tamarix ramosissima (cut at base of plants, with branches sprouting back), Distichlis spicata, Muhlenbergia asperifolia (from seep along slope, near base of creekbed), and Bolboschoenus maritimus paludosus. Slopes are mostly grassy with forbs, and few shrubs of Eastwoodia elegans, Atriplex sp., Ericameria linearifolia, and Gutierrezia californica. Growing on slope. White flowers. Seen one flower with a blister beetle visiting.;|
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