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Specimen number UC614422
Determination Allium diabolense
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date L. Constance, J. L. Morrison, 2275, 1938-6-5
Verbatim date Jun 5 1938
County San Benito
Locality ne shoulder of Mount Hepsedam Inner South Coast Ranges, San Carlos Range, Mount Hepsedam
Elevation 1219 m
Habitatbare serpentine in Quercus Douglasii-Pinus coulteri belt
Coordinates 36.31459 -120.82365 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 1.736 miles
Coordinate sourceTerrain Navigator 5.03 1:24000
Voucher information
colorperianth segments white with pink mid-veins
verbatim elevation4000 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Allium diabolense (Ownbey & Aase) McNeal, Sep 03, 1996
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