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Phacelia brachyloba
Phacelia brachyloba
Phacelia (fire Follower)
Photographer: Gerald and Buff Corsi
Organization: California Academy of Sciences
Collection: CalAcademy

ID: 9092 3191 3543 0006 (1999-11-04)

Copyright © 1999 California Academy of Sciences

  • date of photo  unknown
  • latitude 34.81112   longitude -119.92606   max error distance 114239 meters     View on Google Maps.
  • horizontal datum World Geodetic System 1984
  • georeferencing source GeoLocate
  • location   Los Padres National Forest (Santa Barbara County, California, US)
  • family Boraginaceae
  • notes   phacelia (fire follower)
  • CalAcademy slide #   T 52620
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

  • common names   Shortlobe Scorpionweed (CF, ITIS ) Phacelia (fire Follower) (photographer)
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