Search Results — 4 specimen records retrieved (2 records with coordinates)
Results for search: Source=All; Collector=Metcalf; Collector number=6;   

Mapping Options:

BerkeleyMapper with county and bioregion layers
BerkeleyMapper without layers.
KML export
(Note: only records with coordinates are mappable)

Download Options:
Select all records · Select records with coordinates

Include annotations and voucher information

PLEASE NOTE: Due to changes in newer versions of Excel, directly copying text from the above selected results does not produce a usable table.
    Follow these steps:
      1. The contents of the selected results window must be copied into a text editor like TextEdit for Mac or WordPad for Windows
      2. The selected results must be saved as a new text document.
      3. This new text document can now be copied into Excel or imported as a tab delimited text file.

(For large data reqests, please contact Jason Alexander,

 Please cite data retrieved from this page: Data provided by the participants of the Consortium of California Herbaria (
 Records are made available under the CCH Data Use Terms.

Click on column header to sort data (* sorts by family); click in leftmost checkbox to select record. CCH Help Page.
Turn on yellow flags to show possible range discrepancies. Read more ...
? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  SEINET10612366  Sequoia sempervirens Metcalf 1981-4-10 METCALF 6 Butte Cultivated. Leaves green with tree approximately 100 feet tall. Small population, just north of highway 99 along Big Chico Creek, within Chico. North side of Chico Creek. White Oak Forest. Loam. 30 Comment
  CHSC32859  Calocedrus decurrens N. Metcalf 1981-4-20 5 Trinity S side of Coffee Creek, n of Weaverville. 1005 Comment
  CHSC33010  Pseudotsuga menziesii var. menziesii N. Metcalf 1981-4-20 1 Trinity S of Coffee Creek along the flood plain. 1005 Comment
  HSC72766  Dodecatheon hendersonii N. Metcalf 1981-4-20 3 Trinity S side of Coffee Creek, ca. 50 yds. upstream of Trolly River crossing, ca. 20 yds. inland 1006 Comment

  Copyright © 2019 Regents of the University of California — Updated 11 January 2019
0.06 processing seconds