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Stipa webberi; Webber Needlegrass   

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Stipa webberi
Stipa webberi
Webber Needlegrass
Photographer: Steve Matson

ID: 0000 0000 0605 0163 (2005-06-02)

Copyright © 2005 Steve Matson

 
INFORMATION PROVIDED WITH THE PHOTO
  • date of photo  May 7, 2005
  • date collected  Jul 23, 1917
  • this photo depicts a plant that was cultivated or collected in the wild
  • photo location   UC Berkeley Jepson Herbarium
  • plant's place of origin   Inyo NF. Casa Diablo burn. (Mono County, California, US)
  • family Poaceae
  • synonyms Achnatherum webberi
  • camera   Canon EOS D60
  • contributor's ID #  C:Botany ImagesPoaceaeAchnatherumwebberi4-6946.jpg
  • From the collection of the University and Jepson Herbaria   Accession No. UC1058571  
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  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

  • ADDITIONAL TAXONOMIC NOTES FOR THIS PHOTO
  • name change notes   May 21, 2014: TJM1 name Achnatherum webberi changed to TJM2 name Stipa webberi . (University & Jepson Herbaria)

  • MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PLANT
  • common names   Webber Needlegrass, Webber's Needlegrass (ITIS )
  • Look for Jepson Manual treatments, maps (University & Jepson Herbaria)
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