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Specimen number UC1426621
Determination Nama demissa var. covillei
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Collector, number, date Noel H. Holmgren and Patricia K. Holmgren, 6316, 1973-3-16
Verbatim date Mar 16 1973
County Inyo
Locality 16 airline mi nw Monument Headquarters (Mud Canyon Road edge of Grapevine Mountains, Death Valley); Death Valley, edge Grapevine Mountains
Elevation 60 m
HabitatGravelly alluvium with creosote bush
Coordinates 36.64930 -117.03220 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 0.5 miles
Coordinate sourcetrs2LL
Voucher information
colorcorolla magenta
verbatim elevation200 ft
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curatorial actions
current determination (uncorrected): Nama demissum A. Gray var. covillei Brand, Oct 31, 1996
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