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Specimen number SEINET238796
Determination Melia azedarach Image available
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Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders, 20616, 1997-1
Verbatim date 01 May 1997
County Riverside
Locality Lake Skinner area; old house site at gated road junction into Shipley Reserve area ca. 1 km NE of Lake Skinner in mout
Elevation 457m
HabitatEdge of riparin zone with willows.
Coordinates 33.60083 -117.02722 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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population biologyUncommon tree; flowers purplish-white. One large fallen tree probably originally planted but 2-3 younger trees clearly spontaneous.
phenologyflower
other label numbersUTC00230798
verbatim coordinates33 deg. 36' 03" N 117 deg. 01' 38" W; TRS: T6S R1W sec 31 SW S-CA (33.600833, 117.027222)
verbatim elevation1500 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Melia azedarach
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