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Specimen number UCD18944
Determination Gayophytum ramosissimum
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date A. H. Murphy, 56 E, 1956-8-14
Verbatim date 14 Aug 1956
County Siskiyou
Locality Klamath National Forest, Little Mill Creek Meadows.
Elevation 2011 m
HabitatOpen meadow, granitic soil.
Coordinates 41.25994 -122.76536 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersAHUC043975
verbatim elevation6600 ft
Annotations and/or
curatorial actions
-1: Gayophytum ramosissimum, det. Beecher Crampton (Original determination)

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