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lambertiana

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Agosto 1, 2016 01:41 PM PDT

Descripción

South side of Colby Pass

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lambertiana

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Agosto 1, 2016 11:32 AM PDT

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Unknown species of shooting star. The only white shooting star I have seen in the Sierra. Above 11,000' on north side of Colby Pass. Has five petals, long narrow leaves without red at the base or on the stem. Possibly albino subalpine shooting star, color (no dark center) and leaves seem wrong for a Padre's shooting star.

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lambertiana

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On top of Sawtooth Pass

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lambertiana

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Agosto 1, 2013 01:24 PM PDT

Descripción

Foxtail pine at lake at the east end of the Sawtooth-Needham ridge. A very fine stand of foxtails is there.

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Pino de Corteza Blanca Pinus albicaulis

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lambertiana

Fecha

Agosto 2, 2016 09:23 AM PDT

Descripción

Whitebark pine with foxtail pine in the background, slopes southwest of Kern-Kaweah River.

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Pino Enano Pinus flexilis

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lambertiana

Fecha

Agosto 2, 2016 02:15 PM PDT

Descripción

Furthest west I have seen a limber pine in SEKI. On the shore of the lowest lake on Picket Creek. There was another probable on the divide between Picket Creek and Kaweah Basin, but with no cones to confirm the identity I will still list that one as probable.

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lambertiana

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Agosto 3, 2016 06:30 PM PDT

Descripción

In the same place I saw one in 2012, at 11,300' in Kaweah Basin. We sat 15 feet away and watched it scurry about for grass, it pretty much ignored us.

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lambertiana

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Julio 31, 2008

Descripción

Brief observation right by the shore of Hamilton Lake. I wasn't expecting to see one at that low elevation (8235').

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lambertiana

Fecha

Julio 25, 2012

Descripción

Watched it for about 15 minutes running in and out of its burrow.

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