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|date of photo Apr 2, 2008
date collected Apr 2, 2008
latitude 33.73662 longitude -115.81207
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location Joshua Tree National Park. In wash adjacent to Cottonwood Springs wash, running N/NW to S/SE. Located on the west side of wash under a Prunus fasciculata at the edge of the wash. (Riverside County, California, US)family Boraginaceaeplant community Light tan, sand soil. Prunus fasciculata , Larrea tridentata, Acacia greggii.contributor's ID # Hasenstab 57 From the collection of the San Diego State University Herbarium Specimen No. SDSU18694View all photos for this specimen
photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
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Scrambling Cryptantha (photographer)
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