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Specimen number RSA761457
Determination Juniperus californica
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Collector, number, date LeRoy Gross, Pamela Conway, 4591, 2010-5-15
Verbatim date 2010-05-15
County Kern
Locality Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge: Far west end of the San Emigdio Mountains; Unit # 3., Headwall of Bitter Creek, east of Pelato Peak, and north of Cerro Noroeste Road. Surveyed from 34.91520N, 119.38393W near top to about 34.91876N, 119.38396.
Elevation 1079m
Coordinates 34.91520 -119.38393 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Datumnot recorded
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersbc66a1b8-e43f-4210-9dd9-617d851cce4c
verbatim elevation3540-4104
Notes<coords cont.: , 25, 30NE 1/4 of 36, SE1/4 of 25, SW1/4 of 30>; Steep north-facing slope, with thick woodland of Pinus monophylla, Quercus x alvordiana, heavy vine growth of Pholistoma membranaceum under trees. More mesic habitat than surrounding rolling, grassy hillsides, and bottom of Bitter Creek. Associated species include: Juniperus californica, Ribes quercetorum, Ericameria linearifolia, Chenopodium californicum, Lomatium macrocarpum, Osmorhiza brachypoda, Plagiobothrys tenellus, P. arizonicus, Allophyllum gilioides, Leptosiphon pygmaeus, L. liniflorus, Phlox gracilis, Gilia austro-occidentalis, G. jacens, Collinsia bartsiifolia davidsonii, Yabea microcarpa, Athysanus pusillus, Aphanes occidentalis, Lasthenia microglossa, L. gracilis, Thysanocarpus curvipes, Allium peninsulare, Bromus tectorum, B. madritensis rubens, B. hordeaceus, B. diandrus, Erodium cicutarium, Lithophragma parviflorum, L. cymbalaria, Stellaria nitens, Cryptantha sparsiflora, C. flaccida, Galium aparine, Guillenia lasiophylla, Tropidocarpum gracile, Sisymbrium altissimum, Minuartia douglasii, Poa bulbosa vivipara, and Erysimum capitatum.;

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