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|date of photo Mar 10, 2006
location Southridge Preserve, Santa Rosa (Sonoma County, California, US)family Brassicaceaeplant community chaparralnotes This uncommon non-native herbaceous annual was found growing in open, flat and disturbed area in a CNPS preserve in the Rincon Ridge hills northeast of Santa Rosa. The plant was verified by Santa Rosa Junior College botany professor Steve Barnhart. Further, the photographer visited the Piner/Fulton site where Quibell observed this plant growing and this further confirmed the plant to be Teesdalia coronopifolia.camera Fuji Finepix 2300contributor's ID # 3 Tcphoto category: Plant - annual/perennial
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Look for Jepson Manual treatments, maps (University & Jepson Herbaria)View Calflora record for Teesdalia coronopifoliaCheck the Plants Database (USDA website)View Encyclopedia of Life record for Teesdalia coronopifoliaView all photos in CalPhotos of Teesdalia coronopifolia Check Google Images for Teesdalia coronopifolia |
The photographer's identification Teesdalia coronopifolia has not been reviewed. Click here to review or comment on the identification.
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