Consortium of California Herbaria:
County/Bioregion Distribution Results

Distribution of Chaenactis stevioides

A bioregion is colored if the presence therein of the taxon in question is indicated or implied in the The Jepson Manual. Counties for which the Consortium of California Herbaria database contains a specimen record are represented by a square, which is placed approximately in the center of each such county (county lines not indicated). Note that counties are not coextensive with bioregions.

The presence of a square in an uncolored bioregion indicates a possible range extension for the taxon in question. Red squares designate counties that do not overlap at all with any of the indicated bioregions.

Click on a square to display records from the Consortium of California Herbaria for that county.

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Bioregional/county map of California
Inyo County: click for Consortium records
San Bernardino County: click for Consortium records
El Dorado County: click for Consortium records
Los Angeles County: click for Consortium records
Imperial County: click for Consortium records
Fresno County: click for Consortium records
Monterey County: click for Consortium records
San Benito County: click for Consortium records
San Diego County: click for Consortium records
Ventura County: click for Consortium records
Kern County: click for Consortium records
San Luis Obispo County: click for Consortium records
Riverside County: click for Consortium records
Santa Barbara County: click for Consortium records
Mono County: click for Consortium records
Lassen County: click for Consortium records
Tulare County: click for Consortium records
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