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Specimen number UC1087305
Determination Tricardia watsonii
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Collector, number, date John C. Roos, 6376, 1955-5-15
Verbatim date May 15 1955
County Inyo
Locality 1 mile southeast of Willow Spring, Last Chance Mountains
Elevation 1950 m
HabitatOn rocky w and n slopes around and under Pinus monophylla;
Coordinates 37.31460 -117.68010 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 1.5 kilometers
Coordinate sourceGeolocate (copied from UC1087305)
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otherCommon to scattered, flowers white with lavender markings
verbatim elevation6400 ft
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1: Tricardia watsonii Torr. ex S. Watson, Genevieve K. Walden, 5 Dec 2014, Specimen examined during dissertation study of Hydrophylloideae systematics
current determination (uncorrected): Tricardia watsonii Torr. ex S. Watson, John C. Roos, May 15, 1955
NotesMaterial examined for morphological phylogenetic studies of Hydrophyllaceae by D. M. Ferguson, 1998 (GH) ;
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