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Specimen number SFV21111
Determination Polypogon monspeliensis
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Collector, number, date L. Gross, N. Fraga, B. Hogshead, A. Virgen, 1111, 2003-6-19
Verbatim date Jun 19 2003
County Los Angeles
Locality Verdugo Mountains North side of Verdugo Mountains. Entered west of Haines Canyon Park off of Estepa Drive in Tujunga. Followed ridge southwest, then dropped down from ridge west into a small tributary northwest of this ridge. Tributary is north of the 210 Freeway. South of freeway will drain into La Tuna Canyon. At concrete tunnel at north end of 210 Freeway.
Elevation 457 m
HabitatThis plant has a bigger population on opposite site of freeway.;
Coordinates 34.23708 -118.30030 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD27
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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associated speciesSunny canyon bottom with Baccharis salicifolia, Polypogon monspeliensis, Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum, Medicago polymorpha, Senecio vulgaris, and on freeway slope above creek is Cytisus striatus.
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