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Specimen number SBBG90078
Determination Camissoniopsis intermedia
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date S. A. Junak, SC 394, 1981-5-11
Verbatim date 11-May-1981
County Santa Barbara
Locality N side of Central Valley, on W side of cyn N of UC Field Station
Elevation 137 m
Habitatgrassland; N-facing slope; Santa Cruz Island Volcanics
Coordinates 34.00050 -119.72850 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNot recorded; ER = 1000 m
Coordinate sourceMyTopo
Voucher information
associated speciesQuercus agrifolia, Senecio douglasii, Mimulus longiflorus, Hypochaeris glabra, Trifolium, Avena fatua
verbatim elevation450 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
current determination (uncorrected): Camissoniopsis intermediaW.L.Wagner 1991

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