Search Results — 4 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
  CAS-BOT-BC16447  Barbarea orthoceras James L. Reveal 1962-7-2 379 Madera In Soda Springs Meadow at the Devil's Post Pile near the Ranger Station. 2304 Comment
  RSA185172  Barbarea orthoceras James L. Reveal 1962-7-2 379 Madera Soda Springs Meadow in the Devil s Post Pile National Monument, south of the Ranger Station. 2305 Comment
  UC1338567  Barbarea orthoceras James L. Reveal 1962-7-2 379 Madera Devil's Post Pile Soda Springs Meadow (near the Ranger Station) 2304 Comment
  CAS-BOT-BC119809  Carex nebrascensis Jack Liburn Reveal; Arlene Hadfield Reveal 1963-6-8 379 Mono Mono Lake Substation spring 1 mile N of the Tioga Lodge on the NW side of Mono Lake. 1996 Comment

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