Search Results — 15 specimen records retrieved (6 records with coordinates)
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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  HSC65801  Bromus diandrus R. F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41473 Los Angeles Angeles National Forest, NE of Chantry Flats along Santa Anita Creek 549 Comment
  RSA279043  Vulpia myuros R. F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41477 Los Angeles Angeles National Forest; NE of Chantry Flats along Santa Anita Creek. 549 Comment
  RSA279044  Calystegia macrostegia subsp. intermedia R. F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41476 Los Angeles Angeles National Forest; NE of Chantry Flats along Santa Anita Creek. 549 Comment
  RSA279046  Bromus diandrus R. F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41473 Los Angeles disturbed ground near Santa Anita Canyon Road. San Gabriel Mountains. 457 Comment
  RSA279051  Delphinium patens subsp. hepaticoideum Robert F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41468 Los Angeles Angeles National Forest; NE of Chantry Flats along Santa Anita Creek. 549 Comment
  UCD58566  Bromus diandrus Robert F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41473 Los Angeles San Gabriel Mts. Angeles National Forest. NE of Chantry Flats along Santa Anita Creek. 548 Comment
  RSA279045  Boechera californica R. F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41475 Los Angeles disturbed ground near Santa Anita Canyon Road. San Gabriel Mountains. 457 Comment
  RSA279047  Conyza bonariensis R. F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41472 Los Angeles Angeles National Forest; NE of Chantry Flats along Santa Anita Creek. 549 Comment
  RSA279048  Selaginella bigelovii Robert F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41471 Los Angeles San Gabriel Mountains, Angeles National Forest: Chantry Flats, along trail to Santa Anita Canyon 609 Comment
  RSA279049  Aspidotis californica R. F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41470 Los Angeles Angeles National Forest; NE of Chantry Flats along Santa Anita Creek 549 Comment
  RSA279050  Dryopteris arguta R. F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41469 Los Angeles San Gabriel Mountains, Angeles National Forest: Chantry Flats, along trail to Santa Anita Canyon 609 Comment
  RSA640254  Gnaphalium luteoalbum R. F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41478 Los Angeles Angeles National Forest; NE of Chantry Flats along Santa Anita Creek. 549 Comment
  RSA640255  Ageratina adenophora R. F. Thorne 1971-4-23 41474 Los Angeles Angeles National Forest; NE of Chantry Flats along Santa Anita Creek. 549 Comment
  SEINET12090132  Delphinium patens R. F. Thorne 1971-1 41468 Los Angeles San Gabriel Mts, Angeles Nat'l Forest, along trail from Chantry Flats into Santa Anita Canyon 610 Comment
  SEINET14410017  Bromus diandrus R. F. Thorne 1971-1 41473 Los Angeles San Gabriel Mts., Angeles National Forest, NE of Chantry Flats, along Santa Anita Creek 548 Comment



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