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Specimen number SEINET954486
Determination Sequoia sempervirens
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Collector, number, date Brad Boyle, Brian Chaszar, Nate Swenson, 9052, 2008-1
Verbatim date September 7 2008
County Santa Cruz
Locality Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Upper Kelly Creek along Skyline-to-Sea Trail. Steep S-facing slopes along N side of creek. Below bridge over Kelly Creek and just above fork between main trail and alternate trail. Voucher for 0.1 ha transect BIGBAS2.
Elevation 238m
HabitatRedwood forest.
Coordinates 37.17288 -122.23901 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumNot recorded; ER = 6 m
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersARIZ388906
verbatim coordinates37.172883, 122.239017
verbatim elevation780 - 820 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Sequoia sempervirens
NotesOccurrence Remarks: Sapling, 4.4 cm dbh. Sterile.;

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