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CCH1 Specimen Number  ?   CAS-BOT142328   (Accession number)   image_link (to be added soon)
CCH1 HistoryFirst Load Date 2009 08 01First Loaded Det. Ivesia shockleyi
Determination  ?   Ivesia shockleyi  CCH1 Determination History
ICPN Name Status   JFP Rank 1, accepted name for taxon native to CA  link to ICPN 
eFlora Accepted Name  ?   Ivesia shockleyi    link to Jepson eFlora 
Determination (verbatim)  ?   Ivesia shockleyi 
Nativity NULL 
eFlora Habit perennial herb 
Collector(s) & Number  ?   Keck, David D.  4960
Formatted Date
County  ?   Mono 
Locality  ?   Dana Plateau (north of Mt. Dana), near the summit of the Sierra Nevada  
Elevation (corrected)  ?   3540 meters (11614 feet) 
Jepson Bioregion  ?   cSNH    
US Census Land Ownership Public: Federal  (as mapped)
  • (calculated from a 1 mile radius polygon around the mapped point)
Habitat  ?   In gravels and crevices on the granitic portion of the Plateau, scarcely intruding upon the metamorphic portion. Growing with Ivesia lycopodioides ssp. typica, but no evidence found of hybridization between the two. Also associated with Podistera nevadensis, Erigeron ursinus (E. algidus), Hulsea algida (rare), Draba oligosperma var. subsessilis, Phlox caespitosa, Sitanion hystrix, Penstemon Menziesii ssp. Davidsonii, Antennaria alpina var. media, Poa rupicola, Kentrophyta montana. 
Notes  ?   Plants viscid throughout, somewhat odorous; herbage pallid; flowers erect at anthesis, the discoid hypanthium yellow and the elliptic clawed petals golden yellow and shorter than the sepals, at length bleaching white as the flower nods in age and the sepals close over the developing akenes; pistils 3 in ca. 80% of the flowers, of the remainder the majority have 4 pistils, very few have 2 or 5 pistils. In places forming a discontinuous thick carpet, the individuals up to 40 cm. across. 
Coordinates  ?   37.9065340000 -119.2159640000 
Uncertainty  ?   1775 meters 
Datum  ?   WGS84 
Georeference By  ?   UCBerkeley B 
Source  ?   Geolocate (copied from UC624820)
Georeference Note  ?   Not recorded 
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