Illinois Natural History Survey
(ILLS)
Secondary Catalog #: 211913
Taxon: Bromus tectorum L.
Family: Poaceae
Taxon Remarks: Det.: S. R. Hill, (ILLS) 2001
Collector: Steven R. Hill; Kate Kramer   33349   
Date: 2001-04-22
Locality: United States, California, Los Angeles, Antelope Valley, east of California Poppy Reserve, north and south sides of Avenue I (Lancaster Road), 1.5 miles west of Munz Ranch Road, 2.6 miles west of junction with 120th Street West, about 15 miles due northwest of Palmdale. Elevation about 2640 feet.
Habitat: North side of San Gabriel Mountains. Gentle slopes, sandy gravel (decomposed granite). Disturbed soil at roadside.; Southwestern Mojave Desert, annual desert grassland with grazing history, with Eschscholzia californica, Astragalus, Pectocarya, Lasthenia californica, Schismus, Bromus spp.; Frequent weedy grass; spikelets sometimes drooping.
Record ID: b665e5ec-b9f2-4483-b9f0-a6b0a3f98501
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Andrew Miller, Ph.D., Mycologist and Director (amiller7@illinois.edu)
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Current Record
Illinois Natural History Survey (ILLS)
Steven R. Hill; Kate Kramer 333492001-04-22
Latest Identification: Bromus tectorum L.


University of California, Riverside Plant Herbarium (UCR)
Steven R. Hill 333492001-04-22
GUID: UCR-BPS-123808
Latest Identification: Bromus tectorum L.

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