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Occurrence ID (GUID): a4f2a81e-63c2-49f3-800a-879619c5d1fc
Taxon: Elytraria imbricata (Vahl) Pers.
Family: Acanthaceae
Determiner: Dan Beckman (9/27/19)
Collector: Dan Beckman      
Date: 2019-09-27
Locality: U.S.A., AZ, Pima, First major canyon east of Madrona Canyon from Rincon Creek Trail, Rincon Mountains, Saguaro National Park
32.153202  -110.589399 +-10m.  NAD83
Verbatim Coordinates: 12N 538719E 3557491N
Habitat: Gently-sloped north-facing creek bank shaded by catclaw acacias
Substrate: Pebbly soil among rocks
Associated Species: Senegalia greggii, Pellaea, Bromus rubens, Celtis pallida, Cenchrus setaceus, Sisymbrium irio, Astrolepis sinuata, Gossypium thurberi, Eragrostis lehmanniana, Carnegiea gigantea
Description: Densely-clumped herb with purple flowers
Reproductive Condition: Flowering
Notes: Three big patches on this bank and some scattered plants extending down to creek bottom
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Record Id: a4f2a81e-63c2-49f3-800a-879619c5d1fc
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