Dean W. Taylor's investigation of California Geological Survey Specimens

Since Dean Taylor passed away in 2020, these data are to be considered archived and will not be regularly updated.

Please note that this database used to display specimens from CAS, DS, RSA and POM. However, since the creation of CCH2, the accession numbers of these collections have changed to barcodes. As a result, the accession in Dean's database no longer link to specimens. In the future, Dean's database will be updated to link his notes to the corrected CCH2 accession numbers for these records.

Henry Bolander
photo of party from Up and Down
Collection number: 1137
Current name: Camissonia micrantha (Hornem. ex Spreng.) P. H. Raven
Field Book name: Oenothera
Field Book data: p. 177 Hills S. of Coal Mines and N.E. of Mount Diablo May 22, 1861
Notes (Field Book): Oenothera. Flower bright yellow. Stems prostrate, much branched.
Collector: William H. Brewer
Collection date: May 22, 1862
Taylor notes:
Accession numbers: UC20644 UC20485
State: CA
County: Contra Coast
Camp number:
Place: Nortonville
Location description: arbitrarily mapped 2 air miles S of Nortonville as hills south of Nortonville, Antioch South, USGS quadrangle
Elevation (estimated): 1300 ft
Coordinates: 37.94205 -121.87043
Notes:
Curatorial notes:

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