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Specimen number SEINET8060020
Determination Echinocactus polycephalus var. polycephalus Image available
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Collector, number, date Michael Chamberl, 32, 1990-1-13
Verbatim date 1 13 1990
County Inyo
Locality Up dirt road east off Owenyo Lone Pine Rd., North of intersection with Lone Pine Narrow Gauge Rd.
Elevation 1500m
HabitatOn Union Wash, a large alluvial fan on the west side of the Inyo Mts. facing Mt. Whitney
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population biologyPlants very large and common half way up the slope. 20 in. tall. 7 heads to the clump. Largest head 10 inches in diameter including spines. Clump 29 inches in diameter including spines. Number of ribs per head on following sides of clump: N 19 S 17 E 20 W 17 Center 18
associated speciesLarrea, Opuntia basilais
other label numbersASU0092229
verbatim coordinatesT14S R36E sec 22
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current determination (uncorrected): Echinocactus polycephalus var. polycephalus
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