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CCH1 Specimen Number  ?   CAS-BOT93493   (barcode number)  image_link (to be added soon)
Original Accession No.  ?   CAS974388
Determination  ?   Artemisia tridentata subsp. tridentata 
ICPN Name Status   JFP Rank 1, accepted name for taxon native to CA  link to ICPN 
eFlora Accepted Name  ?   Artemisia tridentata subsp. tridentata    link to Jepson eFlora 
Determination (verbatim)  ?   Artemisia tridentata subsp. tridentata 
Nativity NATIVE 
eFlora Habit shrub 
Collector & Number  ?   White, Scott D.  5274
Formatted Date (MM DD YYYY) ?  June 02 1997 
Elevation (corrected)  ?   2286 meters (7500 feet) 
County (verbatim)  ?   San Bernardino 
Locality  ?   San Bernardino Mts. - Mountain crest above Lucerne Val: Pluess-Staufer mining area S of Chrystal Ck and N of Fawnskin - proposed as a new waste dump. USGS Fawnskin 7 1/2 ' quad  
Habitat  ?   Common in dry washes. Pinus monophylla woodland w/Juniperus occidentalis, Cercocarpus ledifolius conspicuous. Gently sloping alluvial soil of limestone & igneous material in patches. 
Notes  ?   Shrub, ca. 1 m tall. 
Coordinates  ?   34.325000 -116.950000 
Uncertainty  ?   Not recorded 
Datum  ?   Not recorded 
Georeference By  ?   Not recorded 
Source  ?   Not recorded 
Georeference Note  ?   Not recorded 
   
   
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