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Specimen number UC1714486
Determination Bromus grandis
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date I. M. Johnston, 1407, 1917-7-28
Verbatim date Jul 28 1917
County Los Angeles
Locality San Antonio Mountains, San Antonio Canyon San Antonio Canyon; San Antonio Mountains, San Antonio Canyon
Elevation 2438 m
Habitatdry ground under pines; (Upper/Lower) Transition Zone
Coordinates 34.28049 -117.63778 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 400 m
Coordinate sourceGoogleEarth (copied from DS83740)
Voucher information
verbatim elevation8000 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
1: Bromus grandis (Shear) Hitchc., Agnes Chase
2: Bromus grandis (Shear) Hitchc., Jeff M. Saarela, 2005, !
3: Bromus grandis (Shear) Hitchc., Joseph Ewan and L. D. Whitney, 1935, High altitude form of B. grandis (Shear) Hitchc. with reduced panicleTypical plant of Psuedot-suga asso. at lower elevations
current determination (uncorrected): Bromus grandis (Shear) Hitchc., Jul 14, 1998
NotesRe-accessioned from UC205257, a duplicated number on 7/8/98 ;

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