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Specimen number UC714349
Determination Hackelia sharsmithii
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Collector, number, date C. W. Sharsmith, 3354, 1937-8-21
Verbatim date Aug 21 1937
County Inyo
Locality above Mirror Lake (Lone Pine Canyon); Sierra Nevada, Mount Whitney Region
Elevation 3352 m
Habitatof mesophytic habit, under rocks in shade; under shelter of granite boulders above lake
Coordinates 36.57008 -118.26645 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 375 meters
Coordinate sourceNew Biogeomancer (copied from GH97399)
Voucher information
population biologytube crests yellowish
colorcorolla blue or blue tinged with white
verbatim elevation11000 ft
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curatorial actions
current determination (uncorrected): Hackelia sharsmithii I. M. Johnst., Nov 13, 1997
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