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Specimen number UC1922725
Determination Phoradendron californicum
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Collector, number, date Naomi Fraga, Bryan Tutt, Sula Vanderplank, 1514, 2005-2-24
Verbatim date 24 February 2005
County Inyo
Locality Mojave Desert; Northcentral Mojave Desert region: Chicago Valley Road, north of Resting Springs Range.
HabitatRecently disturbed salt flat, caused by vehicle getting stuck on the mud. Fine, silty, incredibly sticky soil (the kind that your truck gets stuck in) that was very moist after a recent rain. Growing on Prosopis.
Coordinates 36.00093 -116.18465 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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current determination (uncorrected): Phoradendron californicum Nutt., Naomi Fraga
NotesEntered into RSA Database (15688RSA) ;

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