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Specimen number UC1861921
Determination Senecio scorzonella
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Collector, number, date Alison Colwell, Dena Grossenbacher, Holly Wanamaker, AC 5 -251, 2005-8-10
Verbatim date 08/10/2005
County Tuolumne
Locality Yosemite National Park; Along John Muir trail, Lyell Canyon
Elevation 2645 m
HabitatMixed aged stand of pinus contorta of 30-50% cover with a diverse, mixed, but fairly sparse herbaceous layer. the vegetation is primarily of low stature with scattered taller stature species mixed in. dappled shade all day.; RIBES MONTIGENUM, DESCHAMPSIA ELONGATA, JUNCUS NEVADENSIS, LUZULA COMOSA, MIMULUS PRIMULOIDES, ALLIUM VALIDUM
Coordinates 37.86646 -119.33314 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceUTM
Voucher information
verbatim elevation2645 m
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current determination (uncorrected): Senecio scorzonella Greene, Jul 05, 2006, bulkloaded from yosemite_db Jul 5 2006
Notes11/294771/4193565 ;

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