Search Results — 4 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
  UC1478300  Polypodium californicum Alan R. Smith 1981-12-27 829 Monterey trail leading from end of rd. to Bird Island; Pt. Lobos State Reserve Comment
  UCD49854  Eleocharis parvula S. Galen Smith; Malcolm A. Nobs 1949-6-22 829 San Luis Obispo Dune Lakes Gun Club, ca. 2 miles south of Oceano, San Luis Obispo County. Comment
  SBBG6702  Antirrhinum multiflorum C. F. Smith 1944-6-7 829 Santa Barbara Jesusita Trail, Mission Cyn 457 Comment
  JEPS19145  Hazardia whitneyi var. whitneyi Charlotte N. Smith 1943-8-26 829 Tulare a rocky spur extending e from Baker Range ((Baker Range is the divide between Bull Run Creek and Kern River, overlooking the Kern River.)); , Baker Point 2286 Comment



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