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Specimen number SFV18081
Determination Krascheninnikovia lanata
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Collector, number, date M. D. Meyer, M. Alvord, M. Blain, 20, 1993-5-1
Verbatim date May 1 1993
County Los Angeles
Locality Mojave Desert 0.9 miles from Black Buttes Road and Largo Vista Road, near Three Sisters.
Elevation 1100 m
HabitatCommon shrub in sandy, dry soils.;
Coordinates 34.50951 -117.75333 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 300 m
Coordinate sourceGoogle Earth
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macromorphologyPlant height: 0.5 m with dense, hair-like flowers.
associated speciesJoshua Tree high desert. Dominant associates included: Yucca brevifolia, Larrea tridentata, and Salazaria mexicana.
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