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Specimen number POM122228
Determination Ditaxis lanceolata
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Collector, number, date Theodore Labochere, 204, 1915-04
County Riverside
Locality Borders on the Colorado Desert along the easterly base of San Jacinto Mountain, not far from Palm Springs; near the mouth of Chino Canyon.
HabitatGrowing on a rocky hillside in openings between low shrubs, in decomposed granite among rocks in detritis.
Coordinates 33.85350 -116.56490 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 1.0 km
Coordinate sourceGoogleMaps via BerkeleyMapper (copied from CAS1021149)
Voucher information
other label numbersfc0c8fe5-d999-4a11-ab5b-2dd7e702e3d8
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
Ditaxis lanceolata, John Ingram 1952

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