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Specimen number SEINET238478
Determination Glinus lotoides Image available
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Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders, Mitch Provance, 23111, 1999-1
Verbatim date 26 September 1999
County Riverside
Locality San Jacinto Valley: Mystic (San Jacinto) Lake 1.4 mi. SE of Jackrabbit Trail on Gillman Springs Rd. 1.4 mi. S of Eden
Elevation 433m
HabitatGentle slope, fine clay on dried lake bed. In open areas; lower to middle shore.
Coordinates 33.86666 -117.05000 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourcelabel
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population biologyTaller (to 3m) & denser at high water line near road becoming short & sparse toward current water line. Abundant prostrate annual
phenologyflower & fruit
other label numbersUTC00230492
verbatim coordinates33 deg. 52' N 117 deg. 03' W; TRS: T3S R2W sec 26 SE of SE S-CA (33.866667, 117.05)
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current determination (uncorrected): Glinus lotoides

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