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
  RSA0078717  Amsinckia eastwoodiae Nick Jensen, Dave Boufford, Mike White, Evan Meyer, Abby Hird 2014-2-22 639 Kern Small drainage just north of Amargo Spring. Comanche Point, Tejon Hills. 180 Comment
  UC2047613  Amsinckia eastwoodiae Nick Jensen with Dave Boufford, Mike White, Evan Meyer, Abby Hird 2014-2-22 639 Kern Tejon Ranch. Small drainage just north of Amargo Spring. Comanche Point, Tejon Hills. Comment
  UCR272247  Amsinckia eastwoodiae Nick Jensen, Dave Boufford, Michael White, Evan Meyer, Abby Hird 2014-2-22 639 Kern Tehachapi Mountains, Tejon Ranch. Tejon Hills, Comanche Point, small drainage just north of Amargo Spring 180 Comment



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