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Triteleia sp.; White Triteleia   

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Triteleia sp.
Triteleia sp.
White Triteleia
Photographer: Gerald and Buff Corsi
Collection: CalAcademy

ID: 6666 6666 0513 0150 (2013-05-14)

Copyright © 2013 California Academy of Sciences

 
INFORMATION PROVIDED WITH THE PHOTO
  • date of photo  unknown
  • latitude 38.56948   longitude -122.68990   max error distance 1931 meters     View on Google Maps.
  • horizontal datum World Geodetic System 1984
  • georeferencing source GeoLocate
  • georeferencing remarks Georeferenced Pepperwood Preserve
  • location   Pepperwood Preserve, Santa Rosa (Sonoma County, California, US)
  • family Themidaceae
  • CalAcademy slide #   White Triteleia 110526 _7008753
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
  • original filename: White Triteleia 110526 _7008753.jpg

  • MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PLANT
  • common names   White Triteleia (photographer)
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