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Specimen number RSA770484
Determination Carex fracta
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Collector, number, date Duncan S. Bell, Kathleen Ashbaker, 1904, 2010-9-2
Verbatim date 2010-09-02
County San Bernardino
Locality San Bernardino National Forest: collecting in an unnamed canyon below the summit of Sugarloaf mountain; approximately 0.6 air mile northeast of summit.
Elevation 2591m
HabitatA small spring in a narrow rocky forested canyon bottom with Abies concolor, Salix, Urtica dioica, Symphoricarpos rotundifolia, Ribes, Penstemon caesius, Monardella linoides, Pedicularis semibarbata, Sphenosciadium capitellatum and Carex fracta.
Coordinates 34.20573 -116.80746 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Township/Range/Section01N02E06
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersd93faf06-ab31-4918-8c67-120f8ee20f83
verbatim elevation8500
Notes<coords cont.: NE1/4 of NE1/4>; Only a few plants found growing in semi-moist places beside small spring.;
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