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-BC157370  Horkelia fusca Malcolm Smith; Laura Smith 1965-8-1 374 Mono Frog Lakes 3169 Comment
  CHSC8299  Cryptantha barbigera Edward L. Smith 1958-3-21 374 Riverside Located 6 mi. s. of Rice, near Priest's Well. Little Santa Maria Mtns. 365 Comment
  SBBG8258  Pseudognaphalium microcephalum C. F. Smith 1943-11-7 374 Santa Barbara Mission Crk, N of Tunnel Portal, Mission Cyn 396 Comment
  JEPS50252  Viola macloskeyi Charlotte N. Smith 1941-5-25 374 Tulare se of Spears Recreation Area (beside Spears Creek, about 1/8 mi below the place where the trail to Portuguese Pass crosses the creek); Spears Creek Comment



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