Search Results — 2 specimen records retrieved (2 records with coordinates)
Results for search: Scientific name=Castilleja campestris campestris; Source=All; Collector=Gillett;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  JEPS12524  Castilleja campestris subsp. campestris George W. Gillett 1955-7-31 437 Shasta near Manzanita Lake (near summit of Table Mountain); Lassen Volcanic National Park, Table Mountain 2026 Comment
  JEPS28516  Castilleja campestris subsp. campestris George W. Gillett 1957-7-1 631 -A Shasta Summit of Table Mtn. Lassen Volcanic National Park 2011 Comment



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