Search Results — 5 specimen records retrieved (4 records with coordinates)
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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  UC1478243  Pellaea bridgesii Alan R. Smith 1981-6-20 821 Mono 1/4 mi w of Hoover Wilderness Area (border of Lundy Canyon) Comment
  SBBG60927  Madia exigua C. F. Smith 1944-6-7 821 Santa Barbara crest of Jesusita Trail, Mission Cyn 518 Comment
  SBBG8587  Madia exigua C. F. Smith 1944-6-7 821 Santa Barbara crest of Jesusita Trail, Mission Cyn 518 Comment
  UCD134254  Madia exigua Clifton F. Smith 1944-6-7 821 Santa Barbara Crest of Jesusita trail, Mission Canyon, Santa Barbara. 518 Comment
  JEPS48568  Comandra umbellata subsp. californica Charlotte N. Smith 1943-8-26 821 Tulare about 4 mi e and a little n of Tobias Peak (on Baker Point, about 4 mi n of south line of the county, extending easterly from Baker Range); Baker Point 2316 Comment

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