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Specimen number UCR279500
Determination Chaenactis carphoclinia
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date A. C. Sanders, Jim Malusa, 43097, 2017-3-27
Verbatim date 2017-Mar-27
County Imperial
Locality Sonoran (Colorado) Desert, Chocolate Mountains, canyon mouth 12 km NE (53 deg. ) of Bombay Beach, overlooking Frink and the Salton Sea
Elevation 226 m
Coordinates 33.41537 -115.62468 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = Lat: 100; Long: 100 m
Coordinate sourceCollector GPS
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macromorphologyVery common annual here and throughout region; fls. white.
phenologyFlowering
verbatim elevation226 m
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current determination (uncorrected): Chaenactis carphoclinia
NotesUSGS quad: Frink NE 7.5' Q.;
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