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Specimen number RSA0089559
Determination Genista monspessulana
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Collector, number, date Ann Howald, 3328, 2015-4-1
Verbatim date 2015-04-01
County Sonoma
Locality North Coast Ranges: Stewarts Point-Skaggs Springs Rd, 16.5 miles west of intersection with Rockpile Rd, Wolf Creek drainage.
Elevation 318m
HabitatSteep northeast-facing slope, brown clay soil; Quercus garryana woodland, w/Arctostaphylos manzanita, Genista monspessulana, grassland understory, Ranunculus occidentalis, etc.
Coordinates 38.67361 -123.18172 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded; ER = 100.0000000000 m
Coordinate sourceCoordinates provided on label.
Voucher information
other label numbers9cbac4dd-b733-4639-9abb-a4cce9c4da0d
verbatim elevation318 m
NotesShrub, 1.5 m tall; petals yellow. Invasive weed, mainly roadsides.;

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