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Specimen number UCR270357
Determination Caulanthus inflatus
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Collector, number, date John F. Emmel, 1785, 2003-5-5
Verbatim date 2003-May-05
County San Bernardino
Locality Mojave Desert, along Hwy 395, 5.1-5.2 miles north of Kramer Junction
Elevation 854 m
Coordinates 35.06639 -117.55972 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = Lat: 1000; Long: 1000 m
Coordinate sourceGoogleEarthTBS
Voucher information
macromorphologyPlants scattered over slope. 5th instar larva of Euchloe hyantis (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) feeding on siliques.
phenologyFlowering & Fruiting
verbatim elevation854 m
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curatorial actions
current determination (uncorrected): Caulanthus inflatus
NotesUSGS quad: Saddleback Mountain 7.5' Q.;

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