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Specimen number UC712510
Determination Erigeron pygmaeus
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Collector, number, date Carl W. Sharsmith, 2251, 1936-7-25
Verbatim date Jul 25 1936
County Tuolumne
Locality North Peak Mt. Conness Range (w slope)
Elevation 3596 m
Habitatw slope of peak, in unglaciated granitics
Coordinates 37.98250 -119.31278 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceBiogeomancer
Voucher information
verbatim elevation11800 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
1: none, unknown
2: Erigeron nevadensis A. Gray var. pygmaeus A. Gray, unknown
3: Erigeron pygmaeus (A. Gray) Greene, Katherine Ake, Oct 1 1984
current determination (uncorrected): Erigeron pygmaeus (A. Gray) Greene, Jul 13, 1998
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