Search Results — 3 specimen records retrieved (3 records with coordinates)
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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  GMDRC1109  Apocynum cannabinum J. Andre 2003-5-26 4072 San Bernardino Mid Hills: Mid Hills: Sidehill seep, 1 mi. northeast of Live Oak Spring - Mid Hills, growing in spring which flows from side of while chalky soils . Elev. 5211 ft. 1589 Comment
  GMDRC1110  Cercidium floridum subsp. floridum J. Andre 2003-5-16 4072 San Bernardino Landfair Valley: Landfair Valley: Along National Trails Hwy, between Goffs and I-40 (3 mi. northeast of I-40). Growing just inside Preserve in open flat shrubland . Elev. 2219 ft. 677 Comment
  GMDRC1111  Agave utahensis J. Andre 2003-5-26 4072 San Bernardino Clark Mtn: Limestone slope just above Palchalka Spring, growing in rocky soil. Elev. 4998 ft. 1524 Comment

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