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|Determination||Atriplex subspicata |
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|Collector, number, date||Robert A. Norris, 4924, 1985-9-14|
|Locality||Ca. halfway between Yacht Harbor and Fort Point National Historical Site, San Francisco. Close to S. F. Bay.|
|Habitat||In crevices among seawall rocks.|
|Notes||Locally common. Calyces with much rose color. Anthers pale rose, straw-color in age. Lvs. thickish (ca. 0.5 mm.), pale green. Stems of similar hue, with red-purple lineations on angles, esp. toward inflorescences With Cakile maritima, Spergularia macrotheca, and Hordeum geniculatum, the last two now withered. Repl. 12.;|
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