Search Results — 4 specimen records retrieved (4 records with coordinates)
Results for search: Source=All; Collector=Roos; Year=1957; Month=10; Day=19;   

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  UCSB42270  Brickellia desertorum Roos, John; Roos, Lucille 1957-10-19 San Bernardino 1 mile S.W. of Loma Linda Hospital 438 Comment
  CLARK-A1528-1666  Brickellia desertorum John C. Roos 1957-10-19 6658 San Bernardino Loma Linda 438 Comment
  CLARK-A1528-5506  Brickellia desertorum John C. Roos 1957-10-19 6658 San Bernardino Loma Linda 438 Comment
  RSA449967  Brickellia desertorum J. C. Roos, L. Roos 1957-10-19 6658 San Bernardino 1 mi. SW of Loma Linda hospital, in the hills by the gravel pit. An infrequent shrub in the sun, growing in dry sandy loam, on the N slope of a steep canyon. 439 Comment


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