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Specimen number UCD83708
Determination Layia septentrionalis
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Collector, number, date Ellen Dean; Craig Thomsen, Gordon Harrington, John Chau, 5975, 2010-5-5
Verbatim date 5 May 2010
County Lake
Locality S of Hwy 20. Private land near border of the Cache Creek Wilderness, near Redbud trail. NW side of Cache Creek. In drainage along foot trail.
Elevation 288 m
HabitatE-facing slope in blue oak woodland. Cluster of several hundred plants in shade on what looks like gravel deposit. Growing with Delphinium, Triteleia, and grasses. Small annual, flowers yellow.
Coordinates 38.98166 -122.52277 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersDAV188102
verbatim elevation947 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
-1: Layia septentrionalis (Original determination), 5/21/2010

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