Search Results — 22 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
  SEINET4988485  Claytonia palustris Unknown 1959-7-4 490 Butte Jonesville, 0.4 km E of Jonesville Hotel Comment
  SEINET3480458  Coreopsis bigelovii Unknown 1937-4-6 492 Inyo Searles Lake Valley, Searles Lake Valley, South line of Inyo county, North end Searles Lake Valley 480 Comment
  SEINET3840356  Coreopsis douglasii Unknown 1937-4-2 493 Inyo Searles Lake Valley, north end, County line 480 Comment
  SEINET202154 Image available Poa fendleriana Unknown 1963-6-30 484 b. Mono 1/4 mile west of the upper switch back on the Tioga Pass Road, about 6 miles west of Lee Vining. Comment
  UCSC010015  Medicago sativa Unknown 2012-10-31 487 Monterey Guidotti Road (Fort Ord Region J11) Comment
  UCSC010017  Matthiola incana Unknown 2012-9-24 485 Monterey Bike trail under State Highway 1 (Fort Ord Region D3) Comment
  UCSC010025  Pedicularis densiflora Unknown 2012-5-13 493 Monterey Old Reservation Road, Fort Ord National Monument (Region N7) Comment
  SEINET6049218  Toxicodendron diversilobum Unknown 1987-9-14 484 San Luis Obispo Lake Nacimiento. Hillside above the dam. Comment
  UC336384  Linanthus androsaceus unknown 491 San Mateo Colma, S.P.R.R. Colma Comment
  SEINET5207637  Claytonia perfoliata Unknown 1902-4-1 487 Santa Clara near Stanford University Comment
  UC336386  Linanthus jepsonii unknown 491 Sonoma Knights Valley Comment
  SEINET11689130  Hordeum marinum subsp. gussoneanum Unknown 1982-1 489 Tehama The Nature Conservancy Vina Plains Preserve, just S of Lassen Road & E of irrigation ditch 67 Comment
  SEINET12093973  Ranunculus muricatus Unknown 1982-1 488 Tehama T24N, R1W, S27. The Nature Conservancy Vina Plains Preserve Comment
  SEINET2142726 Image available Crepis acuminata Unknown 1966-8-3 488 Tulare Trail from Franklin Pass to Farewell Gap, ca. 2.5 miles south of Mineral King village, Mineral King Game Refuge, Sequoia National Forest 2620 Comment
  SEINET5613584 Image available Aster occidentalis Unknown 1973-1 492 Tuolumne Tuolumne County, Calif. T.1S.-R.24E. STEM 1-2", leafy; LEAVES 2-4" x 1/8-2/5", scattered, oblong-linear; FLOWER HEADS 1/5-1/4" high, dia. about 1/2-3/4", 1 to several in a panicle; rays about 30, violet or purple; disc flowers yellow; pappus of many hair-like bristles; July-Sept. 4000-10500' in moist places. 8,600 Comment
  SEINET5614033 Image available Erigeron peregrinus Unknown 1973-1 489 Tuolumne Yosemite; Tuolumne County, Calif. T.1S.-R.24E. FLOWERS white w 30 to 80 rays; PLANT fibrous rooted to about 2' tall and leafy throughout. Foundi n rocky glen, shaded and partial sunlight, at 8,600'. Comment
  SEINET5614322 Image available Senecio Unknown 1973-1 484 Tuolumne Plants of Yosemite; Tuolumne County, Calif; T.2S.-R.21E. (Glacier Point). This could be S. integerrimus var. major but am not sure. This species has FLOWER HEADS yellow, in terminal clusters, several to numerous 5 to 12 rays 1/2 to 3/4"; LEAVES mostly basal, sometimes slightly toothed, 2 to 8" long STEMS stout 1 to 3' tall; 3000' to 10,000' on dry slopes; May to early Aug. Comment
  SEINET5612106 Image available Brodiaea Unknown 1973-1 485 Unknown This may be B. gracilis (slender) which flowers during June and July at higher altitudes or B. lutea. FLOWERS yellow 1/2 to 1" widein clusters; STEM 8 to 30" LVS few grasslike, 4 to 15" 2000 to 10000'. This one found at 10,000'. Comment
  SEINET5613234 Image available Achillea lanulosa Unknown 1973-1 491 Unknown Lanulosa measn woolly. FLOWERS flat-topped terminal clusters 1 1/2 to 3" across w many small heads; 4 to 6 white rays less than 1/8" long; disk flowers are buff; LEAVES strong smelling, finely cut into feathery, hairy leaflets; STEMS erect 2 to 3' tall; 2,500'. The flowers attract many small insects; as many as 1,000 have been observed in one hour visiting an umbel only 2" across. Comment
  SEINET5613244 Image available Anaphalis margaritacea Unknown 1973-1 490 Unknown FLOWER clusters 2 to 3" across w many small pearly-white heads. LEAVES 1 to 3"; STEMS leafy, loosely white-woolly, becoming rust-colored w age; PLANTS 1 to 2' high; DISTRIBUTION Yellow Pine and Lodgepole Pine-Red Fir Belts, 4,000 to 8,000' open woodlands and rocky slopes. July - August. 8,000'. Comment
  UC336385  Linanthus dichotomus unknown 490 Unknown Comment
  SEINET5320652  Monanthochloe littoralis Unknown 2002-5-9 487 Ventura Point Mugu; Upper edge of salt marsh, Point Mugu, south of Building 514 Comment

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