Search Results — 13 specimen records retrieved (13 records with coordinates)
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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  NY951518  Sequoia sempervirens D. H. Goldman 2004-10-29 2898 Del Norte Along the N side of Rt. 199, just E of the intersection with Walker Road, and perhaps around 3 miles E of the intersection of Rt. 199 with Rt. 101. 52 Comment
  RSA758201  Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Doug Goldman 2004-10-29 2897 Del Norte Above the south bank of the Smith River at the end of Walker Road, about 0.8 miles north of the intersection with Route 199. 18 Comment
  NY951519  Picea sitchensis D. H. Goldman 2004-10-30 2901 Humboldt West side of Eel River Drive, about 0.4 mile S of the intersection with Hookton Road and the entrance ramp to Rt. 101 21 Comment
  NY951520  Picea sitchensis D. H. Goldman 2004-10-30 2901 Humboldt West side of Eel River Drive, about 0.4 mile S of the intersection with Hookton Road and the entrance ramp to Rt. 101 21 Comment
  GH311649  Lithocarpus densiflorus D. H. Goldman 2004-10-29 2900 Unknown Bald Hills, on N. side of Bald Hills Road 944 Comment
  GH311650  Lithocarpus densiflorus D. H. Goldman 2004-10-29 2900 Unknown Bald Hills, on N. side of Bald Hills Road 944 Comment
  GH311651  Picea sitchensis D. H. Goldman 2004-10-30 2901 Unknown West side of Eel River Drive, about 0.4mi S. of the intersection with Hookton Road & the enterance ramp to Rt. 101 21 Comment
  GH311652  Picea sitchensis D. H. Goldman 2004-10-30 2901 Unknown West side of Eel River Drive, about 0.4mi S. of the intersection with Hookton Road & the enterance ramp to Rt. 101 21 Comment
  GH311668  Umbellularia californica D. H. Goldman 2004-10-30 2902 Unknown About 50ft upslope from the Shrine Drive-Thru Tree, along Rt. 254 (Avenue of the GIants), Meyers Flat. 54 Comment
  GH311669  Umbellularia californica D. H. Goldman 2004-10-30 2902 Unknown About 50ft upslope from the Shrine Drive-Thru Tree, along Rt. 254 (Avenue of the GIants), Meyers Flat. 54 Comment
  GH403103  Sequoia sempervirens D. H. Goldman 2004-10-29 2898 Unknown Along the N. side of Rt. 199, just E. of the intersection with Walker Road, and perhaps around 3mi E. of the intersection of Rt. 199 with Rt. 101 51 Comment
  GH403109  Chamaecyparis lawsoniana D. H. Goldman 2004-10-29 2897 Unknown Above the south bank of the Smith River at the end of Walker Road, about 0.8mi N. of the intersection with Rt. 199 18 Comment
  GH443136  Umbellularia californica D. H. Goldman 2004-10-30 2902 Unknown About 50ft upslope from the Shrine Drive-Thru Tree, along Rt. 254 (Avenue of the GIants), Meyers Flat. 54 Comment



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