Accession Detail Results
|Determination||Lupinus succulentus |
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|Collector, number, date||Carl Mankinen, s.n., 1968-5-11|
|Verbatim date||11 May 1968|
|Locality||on U.S. Highway 99W, 1.4 miles south of Sacramento River, Red Bluff.|
|Habitat||In sandy soil on flat open area on west side of road, associated with sparse grasses. Population size: ca. 100 lupine plants in the late flowering, seed stage. Numerous other small populations occur in the immediate highway area.|
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