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Specimen number RSA764711
Determination Selaginella watsonii
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Collector, number, date Michael Honer, 3648, 2010-8-5
Verbatim date 2010-08-05
County San Bernardino
Locality SBNF: Sugarloaf Mountain, appx. 300m NW of Peak marker.
Elevation 2988m
Habitat24-degree NNW-facing rocky slope of coarse carbonate cobbles with dry pine duff. Pinus contorta woodland with P. flexilis, Holodiscus microphylla, Penstemon caesius, Selaginella watsonii, Pedicularis semibarrata, Elymus, Carex.
Coordinates 34.19945 -116.81265 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbers7fcaa25b-f206-471e-a969-2e208f898cad
verbatim elevation9800 ft
NotesAbundant. Growing between rocks all along this slope.;
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