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CCH1 Specimen Number  ?   CAS-BOT439322   (barcode number)  image_link (to be added soon)
Original Accession No.  ?   DS336440
Determination  ?   Claytonia exigua subsp. glauca 
ICPN Name Status   JFP Rank 1, accepted name for taxon native to CA  link to ICPN 
eFlora Accepted Name  ?   Claytonia exigua subsp. glauca    link to Jepson eFlora 
Determination (verbatim)  ?   Claytonia exigua subsp. glauca 
Nativity NATIVE 
eFlora Habit annual 
Collector & Number  ?   Bowerman, Mary L.  1114
Formatted Date (MM DD YYYY) ?  March 12 1932 
Elevation (corrected)  ?   365 meters (1200 feet) 
County (verbatim)  ?   Contra Costa 
Locality  ?   Mount Diablo. Alamo Canyon  
Habitat  ?   Grassy slope opposite chaparral-burn. Exposure northeast. Associates: Pterostegia drymarioides, Montia exigua (1113), M. spathulata (1114), M. perfoliata, Stellaria media (1118), S. nitens (1115), Athysanus pusillus, Cardamine oligosperma, Thysanocarpus laciniatus, Erodium cicutarium, Androsace occidentalis (1116), Phlox gracilis, Nemophila heterophylla, N. menziesii, Collinsia sparsiflora (1112). 
Notes  ?   Fifty feet above stream less numerous than M. exigua, but 20 feet higher it predominates; a little higer and it becomes scarce; no intermediates. Have seen this species almost up to the saddle of the east fork, not continuous but at frequent intervals. It is gregarious. 
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