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Specimen number UC1745599
Determination Cheilanthes covillei
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Collector, number, date Annetta M. Carter, Ethel Crum, Elsie Osgood, 1313, 1937-5-9
Verbatim date 5/9/1937
County Kern
Locality N of Weldon; Fay Creek, tributary of S. Fork Kern River; Fay Creek, tributary of S. Fork Kern River, N of Weldon.
Elevation 853 m
HabitatUnder edges of boulders
Coordinates 35.69018 -118.29748 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 1.008 miles
Coordinate sourceTerrain Navigator
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verbatim elevation2800 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Cheilanthes covillei Maxon, Sep 03, 2001
Notesfrom carter.out DB; Wide canyon N of Kern River Valley. Digger pine - Quercus wislizeni. Under edges of boulders. ;

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