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Specimen number SEINET2042092
Determination Malacothrix glabrata Image available
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Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders, 23972, 2001-4-8
Verbatim date 4 8 2001
County Riverside
Locality (Desert Hot Springs Quad 7.5')Coachella Valley, Garnet, along transmission line route, E of Garnet. T3S R4E S15 (center of W/2)
Elevation 232m
HabitatWestern Colorado Desert; alluvial slope with sandy and gravelly surface; creosote bash scrub
Coordinates 33.91000 -116.55640 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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population biologyFairly common annual; fls. Yellow
associated speciescreosote
other label numbersDES00065257
verbatim coordinates33d 54m 36s N; 116d 33m 23s W; TRS: T3S R4E S15 (33.91, 116.5564)
verbatim elevation760 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Malacothrix glabrata
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