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Specimen number CHSC29546
Determination Quercus durata
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Collector, number, date Dibble; Griggs, 68, 1979-6-15
Verbatim date 1979-06-15
County Lake
Locality Near Potato Hill, close to the town of Stonyford.
Elevation 1125 m
HabitatThis shrub was collected from a chaparral or brushland in the general vicinity of a slope or hillside on a west exposure as a member of the shrub layer in a fruiting state. The population was located on the upper third of a ridge system that had a 10 percent slope, a convex vertical slope shape and a convex horizontal slope shape. It was growing on soil having a gravelly texture composed mainly of serpentine rock with a residual origin.
Coordinates 39.35222 -122.79416 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Coordinate sourceDMS conversion by CCH loading script
Voucher information
verbatim elevation1125 m
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0: Quercus durata
NotesUSGS quad: Potato Hill; Other Notes: Label says: Dibble and Griggs Rare Plant Study, 1979; CARD#: 30758. HERB#: 28314.;

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