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Specimen number SD262150
Determination Allium haematochiton
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Collector, number, date Mitch Provance, Jeremiah George, Matt K, Bewyers, John Hazlett, 417 85, 2017-4-10
Verbatim date Apr 10, 2017
County Riverside
Locality Elisonore Trough: S end of Baker St., east side of inersecton with Bunker St. (Lake Elsinore 7.5'Q)
Elevation 387 m
HabitatRocky clay soils mapped as Altamont cobbly clay.
Coordinates 33.69361 -117.35306 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceCoordinates from label
Voucher information
macromorphologyLocally common white-flowered bulbiferous perennial.
associated speciesNonnative grasland and scattered coastal sage scrub
verbatim elevation1270
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current determination (uncorrected): Allium haematochiton

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