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Specimen number SEINET4691913
Determination Ditaxis serrata
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Collector, number, date Duncan S. Bell, 4358, 2012-1
Verbatim date 2012-11-11
County Imperial
Locality Colorado Desert; Chocolate-Chuckwalla Mountains region: Algodones Dunes: north section of dunes, approximately 20 air miles northwest of the junction of Highway 78 and the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks, and approximately 16.5 air miles southeast of Niland.
Elevation 60m
HabitatSilty depressions in microphyll woodland at base of dunes.
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associated speciesOlneya tesota, Parkinsonia florida, Larrea tridentata, Ambrosia dumosa, Geraea canescens, Kallstroemia californica, Chamaesyce setiloba, Amaranthus fimbriatus
other label numbersARIZ419853
verbatim coordinates33.11666 deg. 0' N 115.27578 deg. 0' W (33, 115)
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current determination (uncorrected): Ditaxis serrata
NotesOccurrence Remarks: Occasional to common in dry cracked silty depressions where summer rains had accumulated.;
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