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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  HSC87466  Galium ambiguum subsp. ambiguum Gladys L. Smith, Clare R. Wheeler 1980-6-18 5995 Mendocino Mendocino National Forest N of Anthony Peak and around Hammer Horn Lake 1067 Comment
  SBBG82230  Clarkia rhomboidea C. F. Smith 1959-6-8 5995 Santa Barbara valley E of Happy Hollow Guard Station, summit of Little Pine Mtn Comment
  HSC27542  Lomatium dissectum var. dissectum J. P. Smith 1973-4-7 5995 Trinity New River Trail from Grays Falls Campground, on the N side of the Trinity River and W side of the New River. 244 Comment
  SEINET13944418 Image available Lomatium dissectum James P. Smith 1973-1 5995 Trinity New River trail from Grays Falls Campground on the N side of the Trinity River and W side of the New River, alt. 800-1000 ft 305 Comment

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