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Specimen number UCD120194
Determination Pectocarya setosa
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders, 26166, 2003-4-29
Verbatim date 29 Apr 2003
County Los Angeles
Locality Western San Gabriel Mtns. Castaic Mesa, Newhall Ranch, north of Charlie Canyon and east Lake Hughes Rd.
Elevation 396 m
HabitatCoastal sage scrub with Artemisia californica and Salvia leucophylla. Uncommon annual on dry open slopes and flats; fls. white.
Coordinates 34.49583 -118.59583 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersDAV173701
verbatim elevation396 - 457 m
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-1: Pectocarya setosa (Original determination)
NotesUSGS quad: Newhall;
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