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Specimen number UCR177291
Determination Tiquilia palmeri
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Collector, number, date Scott D. White, Michael Honer, 9183, 2003-5-3
Verbatim date 2003-May-03
County Imperial
Locality Sonoran (Colorado) Desert, Fish Creek Mountains, unnamed canyon draining SW-facing slope of the mtns; south of the operating US Gypsum quarries
Elevation 213 m
Coordinates 33.00000 -116.06667 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = Lat: 10000; Long: 10000 m
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Voucher information
macromorphologyPerennial, occasional on roadsides and sandy wash margins.
phenologyFlowering & Fruiting
verbatim elevation152 - 213 m
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current determination (uncorrected): Tiquilia palmeri
Notes<coords cont.: 13S9 E32 >; USGS quad: Borrego Mtn SE 7.5' Q. & Carrizo Mtn NE 7.5' Q.;

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