Accession Detail Results
|Determination||Rubus ursinus |
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|Collector, number, date||H. Olmo; T. S. Mallah, 46- 023, 1946-6-26|
|Verbatim date||26 June 1946|
|Locality||California. Mendocino County: on road from Branscomb to Westport. 69.8 miles east of Westport.|
|Habitat||Hermaphroditic plant; growing along road, just downhill a few yards from a house above and across the road; a very vigorous clone growing in a dense mass of intermingled thimble, black and Himalaya berry; this clone is perfect flowered and only sets a few drupelets per flower; the calyces are enormous in size and stay more or less closed; probably a natural hybrid of ursinus and Himalaya.|
|Coordinates||39.65712 -123.70520 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]|
|Coordinate source||Not recorded|
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