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Specimen number UC1601948
Determination Dudleya cymosa subsp. pumila
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date I. M. Johnston, 1289, 1917-6-15
Verbatim date Jun 15 1917
County Los Angeles
Locality Ontario Peak, San Antonio Mtns
Elevation 1828 m
HabitatLower Transition Zone, cracks in an exposed granite cliff
Coordinates 34.22750 -117.62420 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 2 km
Coordinate sourcecopied from POM153268: GoogleEarth
Voucher information
verbatim elevation6000 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
1: Dudleya minor Rose, unknown
current determination (uncorrected): Dudleya cymosa subsp. pumila (Rose) K. M. Nakai, K. Nakai, 1984
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