Search Results — 14 specimen records retrieved (9 records with coordinates)
Results for search: Scientific name=Carex nebrascensis (including nomenclatural synonyms); Source=All; Collector=Taylor;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  CDA9673  Carex nebrascensis D. W. Taylor, D. G. Kelch 2003-8-2 Sierra Yuba Pass. Comment
  CHSC35945  Carex nebrascensis M. S. Taylor 1982-6-14 4658 Plumas In wet Pioneery Meadow, e side of Antelope Lake, ca. 12 mi ne of Taylorsville. 1536 Comment
  JEPS88668  Carex nebrascensis Dean W. Taylor 1987-7-16 9180 Mono along outlet stream of meadow Tres Plumas meadow system 3139 Comment
  JEPS90517  Carex nebrascensis Dean W. Taylor 1974-6-2 3630 Mono along Sweetwater Creek about 1/2 mi w Nevada State Line; Sweetwater Mountains, Sweetwater Canyon 2255 Comment
  JEPS90524  Carex nebrascensis Dean W. Taylor 1974-6-2 3627 Mono along Sweetwater Creek about 1/2 mi w Nevada State Line; Sweetwater Mountains, Sweetwater Canyon 2255 Comment
  JEPS90525  Carex nebrascensis Dean W. Taylor 1974-5-5 3368 Alpine East Fork Carson River; canyon 1676 Comment
  JEPS90526  Carex nebrascensis Dean W. Taylor 1976-7-30 6071 Mono Mono County Park Mono Lake (nw shore of lake, seepage areas) 1981 Comment
  JEPS90527  Carex nebrascensis Dean W. Taylor 1980-7-2 7746 Mono Gas Pipe Spring Cowtrack Mountain area (along Hwy 120) 2438 Comment
  JEPS90528  Carex nebrascensis Dean W. Taylor 1976-7-30 6072 Mono Mono County Park Mono Lake (nw shore of lake, seepage areas) 1981 Comment
  CAS-BOT-BC119861  Carex nebrascensis M. S. Taylor 1982-6-14 4658 Plumas Antelope Lake quad. In wet Pioneer Meadow, E side of Antelope Lake, 1536 Comment
  CHSC116389  Carex nebrascensis Sara M. Taylor; Scott Batiuk 2012-9-12 70 Plumas Plumas National Forest. Muck Fen. Take Mill Creek Rd to the Mud Lake Rd. intersection. On foot, cross to the north side of the river and head WNW. UTM zone 10, 4423080 N, 652386 E. 1890 Comment
  CHSC116390  Carex nebrascensis Sara M. Taylor; Scott Batiuk 2012-9-13 76 Plumas Plumas National Forest. Line Springs. From Silver Lake parking area, follow trail up Granite Gap to Pacific Crest Trail. Follow trail north approx. 1.5 km, then bushwack west for approximately 0.5 km. UTM zone 10, 4423596 N, 657038E. 2028 Comment
  SEINET10711432  Carex nebrascensis Mary Susan Taylor 1982-6-14 Taylor 4658 Plumas T27N R12E sw1/4nw1/4 sec 12. Antelope Lake quad. In wet Pioneer Meadow, e side of Antelope Lake, ca. 12 mi ne of Taylorsville. With Carex filifolia, Stellaria longpipes. 1536 Comment
  SEINET10905663  Carex nebrascensis Mary Susan Taylor, G. Rotta 1982-6-14 Taylor 4658 Plumas T27N R12E sw/nw sec 12. Antelope Lake quad. In wet Montane Mdw, Pioneer Mdw, e side of Antelope Lake, ca. 12 mi ne of Taylorsville. 5040 ft. 1536 Comment



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