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Specimen number SD262364
Determination Delphinium parryi
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Collector, number, date Mitch Provance, Jeremiah George, Matt K. Beyers, John Hazlett, 317 55, 2017-3-28
Verbatim date Mar 28, 2017
County Riverside
Locality Temescal Valley: Southern foot of the Gavilan Hills, slopes west of Black Powder Rd.
Elevation 427 m
HabitatGentle slopes with clay soils.
Coordinates 33.73861 -117.40750 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceCoordinates from label
Voucher information
macromorphologyLocally common blue-flowered perennial, more or less confined to one steep, narrow, rocky, side canyon.
associated speciesCoastal sage scrub and nonnative grassland.
verbatim elevation1401
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current determination (uncorrected): Delphinium parryi

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