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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC186010
Determination Vulpia myuros var. myuros
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Steven A. Junak, SN- 084, 1984-3-21
Verbatim date 21 Mar 1984
County Ventura
Locality San Nicolas Island: N escarpment of island, on E side of major canyon near E end of airfield runways
Elevation 106 m
HabitatOn N-facing slope. Associated species: Haplopappus venetus, Coreopsis gigantea, Lasthenia californica, Daucus pusillus.
Coordinates 33.23200 -119.44500 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumTerrain Nav. v. 8.7 (copied from SBBG91751); ER = 1.0 km
Coordinate sourceWGS84
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macromorphologyLemmas not ciliate; short lower glumes. Locally common.
other label numbersCAS856968
verbatim elevation350 ft
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