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Specimen number SEINET13700795
Determination Diplacus leptaleus
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Collector, number, date K. R. Genz, 9156, 1979-5-25
Verbatim date 5 25 1979
County Mono
Locality Masonic Mountain, head of Masonic Gluch.
Elevation 2438m
HabitatBroad convex ridge; volcanic rock, andesite mainly; N aspect, 15-30% slope; Pinus monophylla/Artemisia arbuscula community, Poa sandbergii, Sitanion hystrix, Phlox stansburyi, Astragalus purshii, Delphinium andersonii.
Coordinates 38.36110 -119.14024 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNot recorded; ER = 90 m
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population biologyRare.
associated speciesPoa sandbergii, Sitanion hystrix, Phlox stansburyi, Astragalus purshii, Delphinium andersonii.
other label numbers90848
verbatim coordinatesT6N R26E sec. 17 (38.361103, 119.140242)
verbatim elevation8000 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Diplacus leptaleus

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