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Specimen number UCR181034
Determination Arabis repanda
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date R. G. Swinney, 5402, 1996-8-21
Verbatim date 1996-Aug-21
County San Bernardino
Locality Eastern San Gabriel Mtns., ridge between Dog Bone and Alpine Canyons, above North Fork Lytle Creek, and NE of Dawson Peak
Elevation 2171 m
Coordinates 34.31111 -117.62250 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = Lat: 1000; Long: 1000 m
Coordinate sourceTopoZoneACS
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macromorphologyUncommon perennial with old inflorescences.
phenologyRemnants
verbatim elevation2171 m
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current determination (uncorrected): Arabis repanda
NotesUSGS quad: Mt. San Antonio 7.5'Q;
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