|Eastern Mojave Vegetation||Rock Spring, San Bernardino County, California.|
See also: Marl Spring.
See also: Watson Wash.
Major perennial spring in the eastern Mojave, on the Mojave Road, and site of Fort Rock Spring.|
Rare plant locality.
Commonly called "Rock Springs." However, listed by the GNIS as "Rock Spring," in the singular.
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Species collected at or near this location.
This list summarizes plants collected or observed at this specific, named location. It does not include plants collected or observed at nearby named or unnamed locations. It may be more instructive to use the Area Lists that contain this location.
Amaranthus torreyi (A. Gray) Benth. Torrey's Amaranthus (Oth)
Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt. albula (Woot.) D.D. Keck. White Sagebrush (Oth)
Artemisia tridentata Nutt. tridentata. Big Sagebrush (Oth)
Ericameria nauseosa (Pall. ex Pursh) G. I. Nesom & G. I. Baird hololeuca (A.Gray) G.L.Nesom & G.I.Baird. Rubber Rabbitbush (Oth)
Ericameria paniculata (A. Gray) Rydb. Mojave Rabbitbrush (Oth)
Mimulus parishii Greene. Parish's Monkeyflower (Oth)
Mimulus pilosus (Benth.) S. Watson. False Monkeyflower (Oth)
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Date and time this article was prepared:8:49:06 PM, 11/5/2022.