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CCH1 Specimen Number  ?   DAV302273   (barcode number)  image_link (to be added soon)
Determination  ?   Epilobium densiflorum 
ICPN Name Status   JFP Rank 1, accepted name for taxon native to CA  link to ICPN 
eFlora Accepted Name  ?   Epilobium densiflorum    link to Jepson eFlora 
Determination (verbatim)  ?   Epilobium densiflorum 
Nativity NATIVE 
eFlora Habit annual 
Collector & Number  ?   G. K. Helmkamp  12812
Formatted Date (MM DD YYYY) ?  August 26 2007 
Elevation (corrected)  ?   299 meters (980 feet) 
County (verbatim)  ?   Amador 
Locality  ?   Amador County: Northern Sierra Nevada Mountains. Along Hwy CA-49 at mile-20, 2.1 miles north of Plymouth; beside Blue Indian Creek.  
Habitat  ?   Foothills. Oak and deciduous woodland to the east and grazing land to the west. Growing in a permanently ditch with associates. 
Associates  ?   Much Typha and two other species of Epilobium (E. hornemannii, E. brachycarpum) 
Notes  ?   Access Database Number (Deprecated): UCD106292 
Morphology Notes  ?   Occasional. 
Coordinates  ?   38.501944 -120.846667 
Uncertainty  ?   1000 meters 
Datum  ?   Not recorded 
Georeference By  ?   Not recorded 
Source  ?   Fiddletown
Georeference Note  ?   Not recorded 
Date Last Modified  ?   2022-02-16 12:36:42 
   
   
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