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
  CHSC77382  Castilleja foliolosa L. P. Janeway; B. Castro 1999-6-10 6461 Tehama North side of Dry Creek about 1.7 mi west of Red Bank Creek, on the west slope of the 'Water Gap. 316 Comment
  CHSC77295  Asclepias eriocarpa L. P. Janeway; B. Castro 1999-6-10 6462 Tehama Flats, vicinity of Dry Creek, west of Red Bank Creek. 292 Comment
  SEINET4292227 Image available Carex fracta L. Janeway, Castro, B 1999-1 6534 Tehama High North Coast Ranges. Small undisturbed mossy seep above the road between Government Flat and Wells Cabin Campground, about 0.4 mi southwest of Government Flat and 1.0 mi north-ast of Anthony Peak. Mendocino Pass quad. Comment

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