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Specimen number RSA89720
Determination Camissonia contorta
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Collector, number, date Chas H. Quibell, 1963, 1953-5-14
Verbatim date 1953-05-14
County Fresno
Locality New Hwy 180 short distance below 4000 ft marker around 2nd corner coming down, on S face of 4222 ft promontory.
Elevation 1220m
HabitatDense chaparral ( 7 or more shrub sps) with yellow pine forest just above (Quercus Kellogii just flowering and leafing). Sandy granitic, reverse slope of a few square yds on upper side pavement, leading down to culvert.
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phenologyflowers
other label numbers29ae9f4c-6eaf-4893-81fc-2c61b862e016
verbatim elevation4000
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Camissonia contorta, Peter H. Raven 1966
NotesRather dense dwarf herbaceous cover; --Oenothera, Plagiobothrys fulvus, Githopsis, etc.;
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