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Specimen number SEINET4584958
Determination Marah fabacea Image available
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Collector, number, date George K. Helmkamp, E. A. Helmkamp, 8887, 2005-2-9
Verbatim date 2 9 2005
County Santa Barbara
Locality Outer South Coast Ranges: south edge of Sierra Madre Mountains nother of Sisqoc; 1.6 mi north of Foxen Canyon Road along Tepusquet Road
Elevation 171m
HabitatMinor roar bordered by oak woodland and grape vineyards and with extensive mowed grassy areas. Occasional; growing over shrubs and wood piles in disturbed roadside soil
Coordinates 34.87333 -120.24527 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNot recorded; ER = 50 m
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersUTC00250790
verbatim coordinates34 deg. 52' 24" N 120 deg. 14' 43" W (34.873333, 120.245278)
verbatim elevation560 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Marah fabacea

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