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|Determination||Astragalus insularis var. harwoodii |
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
|Collector, number, date||Duncan S. Bell, 649, 2010-4-1|
|Locality||Arica Mountains: east side of the mountain range, west side of Rice Valley, near the lowest eastern drainage point for the Arica mountains ; approximately 4.3 air miles southeast of the ghost town of Rice.|
|Habitat||In sand dunes near an alkali sink with many spring annuals. Associated with Larrea tridentata, Ambrosia dumosa, Hesperocallis undulata, Chaenactis stevioides, Lotus strigosus, Schismus barbatus, Palafoxia arida, Malacothrix glabrata, Cryptantha micrantha, Pleuraphis rigida, Mentzelia albicaulis, Streptanthella longirostris, Abronia villosa, Oenothera deltoides, Lupinus concinnus, Amsinckia tessellata, Eriastrum harwoodii, and Astragalus insularis var. harwoodii.|
|Coordinates||34.02546 -114.83256 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]|
|Coordinate source||Not recorded|
|Notes||Only 10 plants seen in a few scattered groups amongst sand dunes.;|
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