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Specimen number SEINET4292090
Determination Carex athrostachya Image available
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Collector, number, date L. Ahart, Guardino, J, 12254, 2005-1
Verbatim date 8/9/2005
County Plumas
Locality Yellow Pine Forest. in a small dry meadow and near a small drainage, between Lights Creek and Fant Creek,west of Forest Road 27N09, about 6 miles (air) northwest of the Boulderreek Work Center at Antelope Lake.
HabitatDry soil.
Coordinates 40.22469 -120.71958 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
phenologyFlower: N Fruit: Y Vegetation: Y Bud: N
other label numbers0063450MOR
verbatim coordinatesTRS: T27N R11E S3SE 1/4 (40.22469, 120.71958)
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current determination (uncorrected): Carex athrostachya
NotesOccurrence Remarks: Uncommon. [Used for morphological analysis of Carex Section Ovales. Spring 2013, (2013-2016 NSF Grant #1255901)]| Other Notes: Normal size stems from a large clump.;

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