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Specimen number YM-YOSE117579
Determination Clarkia unguiculata
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Charlotte Coulter, S.N., 2003-5-31
Verbatim date 5/31/2003
County Mariposa
Locality W OF BARIUM MINES ON HILL E OF RANCHERIA FLAT, EL PORTAL
Elevation 643 m
HabitatSITE IS A WEST FACING, STEEP SLOPE DOMINATED BY QUERCUS WISLIZENI AND PINUS SABINIANA. TOXICODENDRON DIVERSILOBUM AND Q. WISLIZENI COMPRISE THE SHRUB LAYER. HERBS ARE A MIX OF NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE SPECIES. SUBSTRATE IS ROCKY WITH BOTH COBBLES AND EXPOSED BEDROCK. EVIDENCE OF THE 1990 FIRE: DOWNED, BURNED WOODY MATERIAL, ERIODICTYON CALIFORNICUM. SLOPE IS 30 DEGREES. COWARDIN SYSTEM IS UPLAND. SOIL TEXTURE IS SILT LOAM. SOIL IS MODERATELY WELL DRAINED. PLANT ALIANCE IS QUERCUS WISLIZENI WOODLAND ALLIANCE.
Coordinates 37.67278 -119.80264 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
associated speciesPINUS SABINIANA, QUERCUS WISLIZENI, QUERCUS WISLIZENI, TOXICODENDRON DIVERSILOBUM, LUPINUS BICOLOR, BROMUS DIANDRUS, B. ARENARIUS, MELICA BULBOSA, MOSS, LICHEN
verbatim elevation2110 FT
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Clarkia unguiculata Lindley, COLWELL, ALISON, 5/31/2003
NotesPLOT NUMBER: ERCO40-PREDICTED-6;
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