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Specimen number UCD125708
Determination Convolvulus arvensis
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Collector, number, date Frederica Bowcutt, 2198, 1997-7-19
Verbatim date 19 Jul 1997
County Sonoma
Locality Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. About 50 air miles N of San Franscio, 10 air miles E of Santa Rosa, 0.5 air miles SSE of Red Mountain, 0.1 air mile ENE of confluence of the Malm Fork and Sonora Creek. Along Meadow Trail E. of Gray Pine Trailhead and N. of Sonora Creek. Downstream of culvert under trail,
Elevation 411 m
HabitatHabitat: Grassland. Associates: Centaurea solstitialis, Avena, Hemizonia. Slope: flat. Yellow floers, inflorescence panicle-loke, leaves not resinous, herbage with short hairs.
Township/Range/Section07N06W
Voucher information
other label numbersDAV156403
verbatim elevation1350 ft
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-1: Convolvulus arvensis (Original determination)
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