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Specimen number UCD169230
Determination Schoenus nigricans
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders; G. F. Pratt, C. Pierce, 20217, 1997-4-5
Verbatim date 5 Apr 1997
County San Bernardino
Locality Northern Mojave Desert, Avawatz Mountains, Fort Irwin National Training Center, spring in canyon south of peak 4849 ft.
Elevation 1189 m
HabitatDesert scrub and woodland w/ Juniperus os., Yucca br., Y. sc., etc. on limestone and granite slopes, permanent spring in canyon w/mesic vegetation, area around spr.burned ca. 6 months ago. Very locally abundant perennial at hillside seep on S-facing slope; 30 X 5 m patch in moist soil.
Coordinates 35.48528 -116.29167 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersDAV221390
verbatim elevation1189 m
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-1: Schoenus nigricans (Original determination)
NotesUSGS quad: Red Pass Lake NE;
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