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Specimen number SEINET3012201
Determination Penstemon neotericus Image available
More information: Jepson Online Interchange
Collector, number, date D. D. Keck, 958, 1930-7-24
Verbatim date 7 24 1930
County Plumas
Locality Halfway between Chester and Westwood.
Elevation 1460m
Coordinates 40.31010 -121.12170 BerkeleyMapper [or without layers, here]
DatumWGS84; ER = 3.73 km
Coordinate sourceBaldwin et al. (2017), Master spatial file
Voucher information
population biologyFlowers tricolored - the white within throat prominent, the lobes bright blue, the throat and tube red-violet (giving red, white and blue appearance); buds yellow, the color persisting on throat after flower first opens. Common.
associated speciesPinus ponderosa and Abies concolor Arctostaphylos, Ceanoths, etc.
other label numbersUTC00175160
verbatim elevation4800 ft
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current determination (uncorrected): Penstemon neotericus
NotesOccurrence Remarks: Isotype of Penstemon neotericus;

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