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Specimen number SEINET3078088
Determination Lycium andersonii Image available
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Collector, number, date B. Pitzer, 659, 1988-3-10
Verbatim date 3 10 1988
County Riverside
Locality W side of Chuckwalla Mountains, on gas line road ca. 1.5 mi N of intersection with Red Cloud Mine Rd (and wash); ca. 2 miles (airline) S of Hwy I-10.
Elevation 488m
HabitatRocky outcrops and small washes on the E side of road, flat alluvial fan on the W side. Creosote bush scrub.
Coordinates 33.66666 -115.51666 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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population biologyUncommon shrub ca. 4 ft high. Berries red.
phenologyfruit
associated speciesLarrea, Encelia farinosa, Ambrosia dumosa
other label numbersDES00032842
verbatim coordinates33 deg. 40' N 115 deg. 31' W (33.666667, 115.516667)
verbatim elevation1600 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Lycium andersonii
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