Search Results — 17 specimen records retrieved (2 records with coordinates)
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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  SEINET3880110  Juncus macrandrus David B. Dunn, LeDoux; Kenney 1973-6-16 20798 San Bernardino 3.1 mi E of Jct of Hwy 18 & 38.; 0 Comment
  SEINET6655425  Lupinus latifolius subsp. parishii D. B. Dunn, LeDoux; Kenney 1973-6-16 20799 San Bernardino 3.1 mi E of Jct of Hwy 18 & 38, in yellow pine and Incense Cedar largely decomposed granite.; 0 Comment
  NY18971  Calocedrus decurrens D. B. Dunn 1973-6-16 20791 San Bernardino This specimen represents an endangered or threatened species. The specific locality has been removed from this record to protect this species from over-collection. These data may be supplied to researchers on request. Comment
  SEINET10451306  Lupinus latifolius subsp. parishii David B. Dunn, Douglas G. LeDoux; Patricia L. Kenney 1973-6-16 Dunn 20799 San Bernardino 3.1 mi. E of jct of hwy 18 and 38, in yellow pine and incense cedar. Largely Decomposed granite. Comment
  SEINET10481322  Erysimum capitatum David B. Dunn, Melvin L. Conrad; Patricia L. Kenney 1973-6-16 Dunn 20793 A-X San Bernardino A rolling nw slope with a yellow pine forest cover. 6.2 Mi. E. Of camp angeles. Comment
  SEINET10489278  Lupinus latifolius subsp. parishii David B. Dunn, Patricia L. Kenney; Melvin L. Conrad 1973-6-16 Dunn 20795 San Bernardino 2.5 mi. W of big bear lake dam on hwy 38, a w facing rocky slope but ample Moisture for lupinus latifolius. Yellow pine forest. Comment
  SEINET10489280  Lupinus latifolius subsp. parishii David B. Dunn, Melvin L. Conrad; Douglas G. LeDoux 1973-6-16 Dunn 20790 San Bernardino Along hwy 38, 5 mi. E of camp angeles, incense cedar, douglas fir, white fir, & Yellow pines in the forest. Decomposed granite. Comment
  SEINET10533363  Juncus macrandrus David B. Dunn, Douglas G. LeDoux; Patricia L. Kenney 1973-6-16 Dunn 20798 San Bernardino 3.1 miles e of jct. Of hwy. 18 & 38, In yellow pine and incense cedar largely Decomposed granite Comment
  SEINET10761150  Hulsea heterochroma David B. Dunn, Patricia L. Kenney; Melvin L. Conrad 1973-6-16 Dunn 20796 San Bernardino 2.5 mi. W of Big Bear Lake dam on Hwy. 38, a west facing rocky slope but ample moisture for Lupinus latifolius. Comment
  SEINET10834724  Poa fendleriana David B. Dunn, Melvin L. Conrad; Patricia L. Kenney 1973-6-16 Dunn 20793 San Bernardino A rolling NW slope with a Yellow Pine forest cover. 6.2 mi E of Camp Angeles. Comment
  SEINET10839932  Carex multicaulis David B. Dunn, Melvin L. Conrad; Douglas G. LeDoux 1973-6-16 Dunn 20789 San Bernardino Along hwy 38;5 mi. E of camp angeles, incense cedar, douglas fir, white fir, & Yellow pines in the forest, decomposed granite Comment
  SEINET10896235  Mimulus moschatus David B. Dunn, Douglas G. LeDoux; Patricia L. Kenney 1973-6-16 Dunn 20797 San Bernardino 3.1 mi e of jct of hwy 18 and 38, in yellow pine and incense cedar largely Decomposed granite. Comment
  SEINET10899755  Calocedrus decurrens David B. Dunn, Melvin L. Conrad; Douglas G. LeDoux 1973-6-16 Dunn 20791 San Bernardino Along Hwy 38, 5 mi E of Camp Angeles, Incense Cedar, Douglas fir, white fir & yellow pines in the forest. Decomposed granite. Comment
  SEINET10907287  Erysimum capitatum David B. Dunn, Douglas G. LeDoux; Melvin L. Conrad 1973-6-16 Dunn 20799 San Bernardino Collected along hwy 38, 19.5 mi. From redlands and .6 mi. From camp angeles. Oak and pines. Comment
  SEINET10937446  Alyssum alyssoides David B. Dunn, Melvin L. Conrad; Patricia L. Kenney 1973-6-16 Dunn 20792 San Bernardino A rolling nw slope with a yellow pine forest cover. 6.2 Mi. E of camp angeles. Comment
  SEINET10966266  Corallorhiza maculata David B. Dunn, Melvin L. Conrad; Patricia L. Kenney 1973-6-16 Dunn 20794 San Bernardino A rolling nw slope with a yellow pine forest cover. 6.2 Mi e of camp angeles. Saprophytic on yellow pine needles. Comment
  SEINET10969958  Lupinus latifolius subsp. parishii David B. Dunn, Douglas G. LeDoux; Patricia L. Kenney 1973-6-16 Dunn 20799 San Bernardino 3.1 mi. E of jct of hwy 18 & 38, in yellow pine and incense cedar. Largely Decomposed granite. Comment



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