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Specimen number UC419750
Determination Castilleja affinis subsp. affinis
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Collector, number, date Mrs. H. P. Bracelin, 17, 1930-4-20
Verbatim date Apr 20 1930
County Marin
Locality near Point Reyes Lighthouse grounds; Point Reyes
Elevation 150 m
Habitatrocky hills near lighthouse grounds
Coordinates 37.99583 -123.02222 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 1.508 miles
Coordinate sourceTerrain Navigator 5.03 USGS 1:24000
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colorflower bright red
verbatim elevation150 m
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current determination (uncorrected): Castilleja affinis Hook. & Arn. subsp. affinis, Oct 17, 1997
NotesCastilleja inflata Pennell (topotypic material)--R.C. Bacigalupi, Sep 1952 ;
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