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Specimen number UCD84032
Determination Asclepias solanoana
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Collector, number, date Ellen Dean; J. Alderson, C. Thomsen, G. Harrington, 6211, 2010-6-26
Verbatim date 26 Jun 2010
County Lake
Locality Cache Creek Wilderness area, southern edge of wilderness, accesssed via eastern forks of Rocky Creek Road and then via a private road owned by Stephen Gilardi (an area known as Brushy Sky High on some maps).
Elevation 680 m
HabitatSerpentine formation consisting of a crater of reddish, rocky barrens and drainages with surprising amounts of running water. Lower slopes and drainages with Cupressus sargentii and Pinus attenuata. Upper exposed slopes mostly unvegetated except for Streptanthus and Eriogonum spp. Perennial herb. Flowers pink. About 50 plants on barrens slope at side of drainage, growing with Streptanthus brachiatus. Not common. Most plants only vegetative.
Coordinates 38.93638 -122.46861 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
Coordinate sourceNot recorded
Voucher information
other label numbersDAV188518
verbatim elevation2233 ft
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curatorial actions
-1: Asclepias solanoana (Original determination), 7/13/2010

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