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|Determination||Lupinus pallidus |
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|Collector, number, date||D. Silverman, Lance M. Woolley, 7936, 2010-4-15|
|Locality||500 m NW of Mesquite Spring,a t mouth of Mesquite Canyon, 1.9 km E of Poison Spring, 1.8 km W of jct of Garlock Road and Randsburg cutoff|
|Habitat||Creosote bush scrub|
|Notes||Annual, widely spreading to procumbent, strigose with leaflets narrow early/wider in maturity; flowering spike short, barely exceeding crown, flowers bluish. Locally common on steep S-draining rocky alluvial fan of braided washes, metamorphic schist and carbonate parent materials. Associates: Larrea, Ambrosia dumosa, Hymenoclea salsola, Psorothamnus arborescens var. minutifolius, Eriogonum inflatum, Phacelia tanacetifolia, Mentzelia albicaulis, Eschscholzia minutiflora, Chaenactis fremontii, Cryptantha pterocarya, Lupinus pallidus, Amsinckia tessellata, and Erodium cicutarium.;|
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