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Specimen number RSA0027613
Determination Pleuraphis rigida
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Collector, number, date April Garbat, Kristin Forgrave, 94, 2013-7-31
Verbatim date 2013-07-31
County San Bernardino
Locality Coyote Lake, near Copper Mtn and Twentynine Palms. From Yucca Valley, take Hwy 62 E for 10.8 miles. Turn left on Coyote Valley Rd, continue for 3.1 miles. Turn right on Reagan Rd and continue for 2 miles. BLM Rd 1716 and 1725.
Elevation 731m
HabitatCreosote Bush Scrub in sandy soil with sparse vegetation. OHV use.
Coordinates 34.17922 -116.21191 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Coordinate sourceGPS
Voucher information
other label numbers15fc18a0-83f6-4d27-b167-b314ec82ff82
verbatim elevation2397
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
Pleuraphis rigida, Deidre Conocchioli
NotesWith Larrea tridentata, Prosopis sp.;

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