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Specimen number SD232691
Determination Melilotus indicus
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Collector, number, date Scott D. White, 4040, 1996-5-15
Verbatim date 5/15/1996
County Los Angeles
Locality Coastal Los Angeles County: Marina Del Rey area; Ballona Ck. Floodplain W of Lincoln Bl. andS of Jefferson Bl.
Elevation 3 m
HabitatDrainage ditch at S margin of floodplain.
Coordinates 33.96667 -118.43333 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceCoordinates from label
Voucher information
macromorphologyCommon annual, mostly on roadsides. Fls yellow.
associated speciesLollium perenne grassland a variety of other weedy spp. Salix, Scirpus, Typha, etc.
verbatim elevation10
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
current determination (uncorrected): Melilotus indicus

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