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Specimen number UC1818947
Determination Ranunculus aquatilis var. hispidulus
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Collector, number, date Barbara Ertter, Thomas J. Delendick, 14608, 1996-5-2
Verbatim date 5/2/1996
County Alameda
Locality Spring town wetlands, north of Livermore, along closed section of Hartford Rd., alkali grasslands.
Coordinates 37.72230 -121.75910 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 700 meters
Coordinate sourceBerkeleyMapper
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colorflowers white.
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current determination (uncorrected): Ranunculus aquatilis L. var. hispidulus Drew, Apr 20, 2005, bulkloaded from Ertter labels Apr 20 2005
NotesIn water ;
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