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Specimen number UCD118717
Determination Androsace elongata subsp. acuta
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Collector, number, date Louis C. Wheeler, 3432, 1935-1
Verbatim date 1935
County Siskiyou
Locality Greenhorn creek, Siskiyou Mts.
Elevation 944 m
HabitatDamp sunny gravelly E. slope. On Thu, Nov 20, 2014 Anita Cholewa wrote: The photo looks more like Androsace elongata subsp. acuta (which had been considered a sub-taxon under A. occidentalis at one time) and is more common in California. A. elongata has awl-like calyx lobes as opposed to deltoid on occidentalis and more peduncles per plant.
Coordinates 41.55060 -122.93349 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Township/Range/Section45N07W
DatumWGS84
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersDAV21076
verbatim elevation3100 ft
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curatorial actions
-1: Androsace occidentalis (Original determination)
1: Androsace elongata subsp. acuta, J. Shepard, Nov 2014
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