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Specimen number SD124714
Determination Sphaeralcea emoryi
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Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders, Pitzer,Weir,Charlton,Kniffen,Wright,Bramlett, 6168, 1986-3-8
Verbatim date Mar 08, 1986
County Imperial
Locality East side of Algodones Dunes, 2.7 miles northwest of Glamis, along dirt road parallel to railroad, southwest of Mesquite Siding, between the railroad and the dunes. (IPB 10/07)
Elevation 85 m
HabitatGentle alluvial slope; low dunes
Coordinates 33.01800 -115.10990 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 0.1 mi
Coordinate sourceTOPO
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macromorphologyUncommon; lavender-flowered shrub; ca. 3 feet high.
associated speciesDesert microphyll woodland in creosote bush scrub; Larrea, Cercidium floridum, Hilaria rigida, Ambrosia dumosa
verbatim elevation279
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current determination (uncorrected): Sphaeralcea emoryi, Paul Fryxell (Dup. det.), 1986
NotesN/A;
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