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Specimen number RSA773552
Determination Panicum capillare
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Collector, number, date Fred M. Roberts, 7032, 2008-6-3
Verbatim date 2008-06-03
County Orange
Locality Lomas de Santiago: Loma Ridge, East Fork Rattlesnake Canyon, ca. 2.6 km NE Rattlesnake Reservoir spillway and 2.4 km ENE Bee Peak
Elevation 225m
HabitatAlong old abandoned dirt road at edge of avocado grove bordering coastal sage scrub burned in 2007. Associates: Eucalyptus globulus, Malacothamnus fasciculatus, Ambrosia acanthocarpa, Calystegia macrostegia, and Chenopodium sp.
Coordinates 33.74222 -117.72000 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceSpecimen Label (Lat + Long)
Voucher information
other label numbersa71abbde-fac4-4ed9-89a2-2d46774f838b
verbatim elevation738
NotesUncommon annual;

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