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Accession ID Determination Collector Collection Date Collection Number County / State Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
DHN30789  Pseudocrossidium crinitum D. H. Norris 18 December 1973 30789 Oatlands Municipality / Tasmania 200 Comment
DHN31717  Pseudocrossidium crinitum D. H. Norris 10 January 1974 31717 Lilydale Municipality / Tasmania On moist, diffusely lit boulder in open Eucalyptus forest along Distillery Creek about 7 miles east of Launceston. 200 Comment
DHN47475  Pseudocrossidium crinitum D. H. Norris 18 March 1976 47475 Modoc / CA On seasonally moist, sunny boulder in low desert scrub in vicinity of hot springs north of Middle Alkali Lake (northeast of Cedarville). 1400 Comment
DHN50578  Pseudocrossidium crinitum D. H. Norris 22 December 1977 50578 San Diego / CA On dry, sunny soil under boulder in desert scrub in moist canyon, Borrego Palm Canyon, Anzo Borrego State Park. 300-400 Comment
DHN50587  Pseudocrossidium crinitum D. H. Norris 22 December 1977 50587 San Diego / CA On dry, sunny soil under boulder in desert scrub in moist canyon, Borrego Palm Canyon, Anzo Borrego State Park. Comment
DHN55397  Pseudocrossidium crinitum D. H. Norris 29 December 1979 55397 Ventura / CA On temporarily moist, sunny soil in Pinus edulis and Juniperus forest on sandy plain and low slopes of Quatal Canyon on boundary of Los Padres National Forest. 1000 Comment
DHN57845  Pseudocrossidium crinitum D. H. Norris 27 January 1981 57845 Riverside / CA On fairly moist, diffusely lit outcrop near stream in Pinus monophylla-Juniper forest with chaparral and desert elements in steep canyon below Bighorn Overlook along Hwy 74 at eastern boundary of San Bernardino National Forest. 1100 Comment
DHN92794  Pseudocrossidium crinitum D. H. Norris 29 January 1998 92794 Inyo / CA On temporarily moist sunny soil on rocky volcanic outcrops and gravelly soils on alluvial sands with 1350 Comment
DHN92797  Pseudocrossidium crinitum D. H. Norris 29 January 1998 92797 Inyo / CA On temporarily moist sunny soil on rocky volcanic outcrops and gravelly soils on alluvial sands with 1350 Comment
JRS18230XX  Pseudocrossidium crinitum Eve Laeger 12 Oct 2002 01745 San Bernardino / CA Mountain Ranges In The Mojave Desert: BLM land. Kingston Mountains. North ridge of Kingston Peak about 3 airmi south of the Inyo County line. T19N, R10E, section 9 1706 Comment
JRS18574XX  Pseudocrossidium crinitum Eve Laeger 23 Feb 2003 01869 Santa Barbara / CA Inner Coast Ranges: Sierra Madre Mountains. Castro Canyon just north of the Los Padres National Forest boundary and about 4.5 miles south of Cuyama and highway 166. R26W, T9N, section 11 822 Comment
JRS21335  Pseudocrossidium crinitum James R. Shevock 26 Sep 2001 21335 Inyo / CA Death Valley National Park: Grapevine Range. Grapevine Canyon, 1.2 miles northeast of Scotts Castle toward the Nevada State line. R43E, T11S, section 5 1028 Comment
DHN77662  Pseudocrossidium crinitum D. H. Norris 25 February 1992 77662 Eddy / NM On temporarily moist, diffusely lit soil in open Prosopis scrub in limestone canyon along Dark Canyon Road about 6 miles west of junction with Hwy. 62. 1000 Comment
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