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Specimen number IRVC27435
Determination Hypochaeris glabra
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date Jon P. Rebman, J. Walker, J. Schlacter, K. Collins, 8770, 2003-5-3
Verbatim date May 3 2003
County San Diego
Locality Otay Mtn Wilderness Area: just N of the USA/Mexico border; vicinity of Wild Bill's Draw; San Diego Plant Atlas grid V15. Peninsular Ranges, San Ysidro Mountains
Elevation 330 m
HabitatChaparral/Sage Scrub mix with Adenostoma fasciculatum, Artemisia californica, Cupressus forbesii, Eriog. fasc., Hesperoyucca whip., Malosma laurina. Geology: metavolcanic substrates.
Coordinates 32.56055 -116.84972 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNAD83; ER = <1 km
Coordinate sourceBaldwin et al. (2017), Master spatial file (copied from IRVC27434)
NotesAnnual; fls yellow.;
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