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Specimen number JOTR35376
Determination Ditaxis neomexicana
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Collector, number, date Harding, Mitzi, J. Hoines, E. Kramer, 165, 2012-2-2
Verbatim date 02-02-2012
County Riverside
Locality Joshua Tree National Park. southeast Coxcomb Mountains; SE facing slopes and steep drainages
Elevation 164 m
Habitatcommon on rocky slopes
Coordinates 33.82676 -115.27711 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Coordinate sourceUTM to Lat/Long conversion by CCH loading script
Voucher information
associated speciesLarrea tridentata, Perityle emoryi, Dalea mollissima, Encelia farinosa, Tidestromia suffruticosa var. oblongifolia, Allionia incarnata var. incarnata
verbatim elevation541ft
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Current Determination: Ditaxis neomexicanaDet. by: Harding, Mitzi, 02/02/2012

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