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Specimen number UCD113597
Determination Ivesia lycopodioides subsp. lycopodioides
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Collector, number, date R. H. Pemble, 40 -67, 1967-8-22
Verbatim date 22 Aug 1967
County Mono
Locality Dore Pass, Tioga Crest.
Elevation 3398 m
HabitatWet gravel below melting snowfield. Survey Stand 40-67.
Coordinates 37.98528 -119.26083 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersDAV138046
verbatim elevation11150 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
-1: Ivesia lycopodioides subsp. typicus (Original determination)
1: Ivesia lycopodioides subsp. lycopodioides, Accord. To Plants Database, 2011
current determination (uncorrected): Ivesia lycopodioides ssp. lycopodioides, Accord. To Plants Database, 2011

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