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Specimen number UCR280642
Determination Ambrosia ambrosioides
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Collector, number, date Nathan Moorhatch, s.n., 2017-5-1
Verbatim date 2017-May-01
County San Bernardino
Locality Central Mojave Desert, in median of Hwy I-15, NE of Midway, NW of Dunn
Elevation 523 m
Coordinates 35.04667 -116.44944 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = Lat: 100; Long: 100 m
Coordinate sourceCollector GPS
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macromorphologyWoody perennials to 4 ft. tall; observed discontinuously between Yermo (Peggy Sue's Diner) and Afton Rd. All plants on the roadsides, esp. in median.
verbatim elevation523 m
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current determination (uncorrected): Ambrosia ambrosioides
NotesUSGS quad: Dunn 7.5' Q.;

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