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Specimen number UCR36027
Determination Purshia stansburyana
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Collector, number, date R. F. Thorne, W. Wisura, M. Patterson, 56182, 1983-7-4
Verbatim date 1983-Jul-4
County Inyo
Locality Panamint Mtns, Hike up Water (Thorndike) Canyon from mouth to upper end on the N slope of Rogers Peak, Death Valley National Monument
Elevation 2409 m
Coordinates 36.23333 -117.06667 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = Lat: 10000; Long: 10000 m
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
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macromorphologyShowy, rounded shrub c. 1.5 to 2 m tall with cream-colored petals
phenologyFlowering
verbatim elevation2268 - 2409 m
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current determination (uncorrected): Purshia stansburyana
NotesUSGS quad: Telescope peak 7.5' Q.;
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