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Specimen number SEINET3089925
Determination Croton wigginsii Image available
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Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders, Pitzer, Charlton, et al., 6162, 1986-3-8
Verbatim date 3 8 1986
County Riverside
Locality East Mesa, E end of Montgomery Road at the Coachella Canal, ca. 1 1/4 mile NW of Mammoth Wash crossing of the canal.
Elevation 27m
HabitatCresote bush scrub on sand flats with low dunes.
Coordinates 33.14746 -115.35493 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 10000 m
Coordinate sourcegeoref batch tool 2013-08-12
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population biologyUncommon 3 ft. shrub; dioecious.
associated speciesLarrea, Ambrosia dumosa and Ephedra dominant.
other label numbersDES00030303
verbatim coordinatesTRS: T12S R15E sec 1 SE1/4 (33.1474693, 115.3549361)
verbatim elevation90 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Croton wigginsii
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