Search Results — 4 specimen records retrieved (2 records with coordinates)
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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  CHSC12727  Atriplex confertifolia M. S. Taylor 1974-4-4 133 Inyo Collected along Salt Creek, ca. 15 mi n of Furnace Creek Visitor's Center, Death Valley. 0 Comment
  CHSC12752  Pluchea sericea M. S. Taylor 1974-4-5 133 Inyo Collected in Devil's Wheatfield, Death Valley. 0 Comment
  SEINET10839209  Pluchea sericea Mary Susan Taylor, T. Homann 1974-4-4 Taylor 133 A Inyo Death Valley National Monument. Comment
  SEINET10970739  Atriplex confertifolia Mary Susan Taylor, T. Homann 1974-4-4 Taylor 133 Inyo Death Valley National Monument. Comment

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