Search Results — 3 specimen records retrieved (3 records with coordinates)
Results for search: Scientific name=Centaurium exaltatum (including nomenclatural synonyms); Source=All; Collector=Sanders;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  SBBG104007  Zeltnera exaltata A. C. Sanders, E. J. Lott 1993-5-30 14133 San Bernardino Cottonwood Wash near end of rd to Cottonwood Spring 1295 Comment
  UCR77055  Centaurium exaltatum A. C. Sanders, E. J. Lott 1993-5-30 14133 San Bernardino Eastern Mojave Desert, Cottonwood Spring, Granite Mountains, along Cottonwood Wash near the end of the dirt road to the spring 1296 Comment
  UCR82791  Centaurium exaltatum A. C. Sanders, P. J. MacKay 1994-10-2 15766 San Bernardino San Bernardino Mtns., Upper Rattlesnake Canyon; above the road end in the gorge above an old mine site. 1463 Comment

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