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Specimen number CAS-BOT-BC214421
Determination Eremalche parryi subsp. kernensis
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Carl B. Wolf, 9404, 1938-5-1
Verbatim date May 1, 1938
County Kern
Locality Buttonwillow to Belridge, 10 mi. W. of Buttonwillow, on road to Belridge Oil Field
Elevation 152 m
HabitatLower Sonoran: Saltbushes. Sun, open flats & edges of depressions, dry sandy loam.
Coordinates 35.39742 -119.65090 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumGoogle Earth (copied from GH420358); ER = 500 m
Coordinate sourceWGS84
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macromorphologyAnnual. Height: up to 8 in. Common. All white flowers here.
other label numbersCAS601698
verbatim elevation500 ft
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