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Specimen number UCR79923
Determination Camissonia micrantha
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date R. Mattoni, 88 2, 1988-4-1
Verbatim date 1988-Apr-1
County Los Angeles
Locality Vernon, central Los Angeles, vacant lot in 2400 block of East 28th St. Lot paved about 1 month after this collection was made
Elevation 64 m
HabitatSandy soil near the Los Angeles River.
Coordinates 34.01194 -118.22583 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = Lat: 1000; Long: 1000 m
Coordinate sourceGoogleEarthACS
Voucher information
macromorphologyAnnual, Yellow fls
associated speciesAssoc. with Festuca megalura, Crassula erecta, and Camissonia micrantha.
verbatim elevation64 m
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current determination (uncorrected): Camissonia micrantha
NotesUSGS quad: Los Angeles 7.5' Q.;

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