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Specimen number CHSC106839
Determination Plagiobothrys hispidus
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Collector, number, date Barbara Ertter, 7318, 1987-7-25
Verbatim date 1987-07-25
County Lassen
Locality Hwy 44 ca 1 mi E of Shasta Co. line. Flat lodgepole forest S of hwy.
Elevation 1645 m
HabitatFlat lodgepole forest S of hwy, regrowth in lumbered area with some sagebrush and yellow pine, fine lava-derived soil. Locally common in disturbed area, flowers white.
Coordinates 40.64944 -121.30277 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD 1983; ER = 0.125 mi
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
Voucher information
verbatim elevation5400 ft
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0: Plagiobothrys hispidus
Notes<coords cont.: SW1/4>; Other Notes: Label says: University of California at Berkeley.;

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