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Specimen number SFV17323
Determination Hyptis emoryi
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Collector, number, date J. N. Hogue, J. D. Dilley (268), 108 .6, 1998-4-23
Verbatim date Apr 23 1998
County Riverside
Locality Chuckwalla Mountains. Corn Springs Wash at Corn Spring.
Elevation 488 m
HabitatOccasional in sand at edge of desert wash areas surrounded by creosote scrub.;
Coordinates 33.28333 -115.325 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD27
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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macromorphologyPlant height: 1.5 m tall shrub with several ascending stems and silvery-gray foliage. Flowers in axial whorls.
colorFlower color: lavender.
associated speciesDominant associates include Ambrosia dumosa, Olneya tesota, Hyptis emoryi, and Viguiera parishii.
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