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Specimen number UCD134895
Determination Palafoxia arida
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Collector, number, date B. Pitzer, 3351, 1997-10-19
Verbatim date 19 Oct 1997
County Riverside
Locality N foot of Chuckwalla Mts, Eagle Mtn Rd on S side of Hwy I-10, ca. 0.8 mi. S of Hwy at Powerline Rd.
Elevation 499 m
HabitatCreosote bush scrub on rocky alluvial fan; w/ Larrea, Ambrosia dumosa, Optunia ramosissima, Psorothamnus schottii, Encelia, Fouquieria, Acacia greggii, etc. Fairly common annual, 1-2.5 ft. high, often growing up through shrubs; fls. Pink.
Coordinates 33.68333 -115.41666 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersDAV180024
verbatim elevation1640 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
-1: Palafoxia arida, A. C. Sanders, 1997 (Original determination)

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