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Specimen number SEINET8060225
Determination Echinocactus polycephalus var. polycephalus Image available
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Collector, number, date Bill Sullivan, 255, 2006-7-5
Verbatim date 7 5 2006
County San Diego
Locality Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, approx. 1/4 mi NW on the Palo Verde Jeep trail from its intersection with County Road S-22
Elevation 305m
HabitatDesert Scrub
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population biologySpreading cactus cluster 26 inches tall. Approximately 30 stems. Flower: Bright yellow. protruding from spines, about 125 inches wide. Red tips. Yellow center parts. Reddish spines to 4.5 inches long.
other label numbersASU0092236
physical environmentHard-packed rocky soil, south side of a bench on south side of Santa Rosa Mountains.
verbatim coordinates33.3042' N. 116.1861 deg. W
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current determination (uncorrected): Echinocactus polycephalus var. polycephalus
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