California Botanic Garden Herbarium
Catalog #: RSA0201775
Occurrence ID (GUID): 387a03fe-12bf-41e8-bea7-44e615b199d0
Secondary Catalog #: 889991
Taxon: Ephedra trifurca Torr. ex S. Watson
Family: Ephedraceae
Type Status: Not type
Collector: Sarah J. De Groot, Nina House   9767   
Date: 2018-04-11
Verbatim Date: 2018-4-11
Locality: United States, California, San Bernardino County, Valjean Hills; east of old Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad grade D1612, ca. 4.7 road miles north of the Kingston Wash route D152, east of Highway 127. Southwest of the Kingston Range, south of the Dumont Hills, north of Baker.
35.65938  -116.11416  NAD83
Elevation: 498 meters (1633ft)
Habitat: Rock patch on hillside; most of hillside is aeolian sand. Slope 20 degrees, facing northwest. Holocene aeolian sand between Late Proterozoic Ibex Formation and Miocene carbonate breccia derived primarily from the Bonanza King Formation. Desert scrub vegetation.
Associated Species: Larrea tridentata, Ambrosia dumosa, Cryptantha, Dicoria canescens, Argemone corymbosa, Astragalus mohavensis var. m.
Life Stage: fertile
Preparations: Herbarium sheet - 1
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Record ID: 9a1608c8-cf6c-4eb5-afe9-1690afddb35c
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Mare Nazaire, Administrative Curator (
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