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Old 06-17-2004, 03:37 PM
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Default Seeking Camissonia cheiranthifolia and Abronia umbellata

From: Karen Samis, samisk@biology.queensu.ca
Date: 12/20/01
Time: 07:10 PM


Can anyone tell me when Camissonia cheiranthifolia and/or Abronia umbellata flower and fruit along the CA and OR coasts? I am a Queen's University PhD candidate, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and will be starting field work next spring/summer on each of these species, and need to know when will be the best time to catch them in fruit and flower?
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From: David Magney, dmagney@aol.com
Date: 04/25/02
Time: 03:39 PM


Camissionia cheiranthifolia suffruticosa can be found on the coastal dunes in Ventura County at Emma Wood State Beach in Ventura; at McGrath Beach State Park between Ventura and Oxnard; at Mandalay Beach Park in Oxnard Shores (west end of Fifth Street); Ormond Beach in Port Hueneme and Oxnard; Point Mugu State Park along Highway 1. Abronia umbellata can be found at these locations as well. Collecting specimens from any State Park requires a collecting permit.
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