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Specimen number SD100192
Determination Stanleya pinnata var. pinnata
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Collector, number, date James Henrickson, 17357, 1978-5-28
Verbatim date May 28, 1978
County San Bernardino
Locality 30 miles northnorthwest of Barstow, north of Black Canyon, 2.3 miles south of Naval Weapons Center, south of Grass Valley.
Elevation 1004 m
HabitatLarrea, Hymeoclea, Ephedra, Yucca brevifolia.. On granitic alluvium and slopes.
Coordinates 35.24076 -117.25236 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceCoordinates from label
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verbatim elevation3297
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current determination (uncorrected): Stanleya pinnata var. pinnata
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