Accession Detail Results
|Determination||Polystichum munitum |
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|Collector, number, formatted date||Whistler, Art, s.n., 1967-4-25|
|Locality||Purissima Hills locality is 0.7 miles (via dirt road) from State Hwy 1, 0.6 miles S of the Hwy's intersection with the Los Alamos-Casmalia Rd.|
|Habitat||Locality includes the valley, hillsides, and adjoining canyons south of this spot. main canyon contains the southern-most stand of Douglas Fir. shady slope in main canyon. closed cone pine forest; diatomaceous earth.|
|Coordinates||34.75300 -120.41600 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]|
|Datum||NAD83; ER = 1 km|
|Coordinate source||Terrain Nav. v. 8.7 (copied from CSUSB271)|
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