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Far west end of the San Emigdio Mountains: Bitter Creek National Wildlife refuge, south end, within map units 6, and 11. South and southwest of Cerro Noroeste Road. Just north of Ventura County line., Collections started in section 36, near 34.90241N 119.38576W, and ended in section 34, near 34.90862N 119.43329W. The end was along a dirt road that runs east back to the Cerro Noroeste road, and is across from Pelato Peak.
Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge; far west end of the San Emigdio Mountains. Unit 11 area. Southwest of Pelato Peak and Cerro Noroeste Road. Started off a dirt road near 34.91142N, 119.42112W., Headed southeast and stopped by 34.90254N, 119.41684W, then proceeded west northwest to 34.90391N, 119.42276W, (the north slope of this spot had nice woodland of Pinus monophylla/ Quercus john-tuckeri above this tributary that drains into Ballinger Canyon), then back to starting point.
Coast Ranges; Temblor Mountains region: Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge, far west end of the San Emigdio Mountains. West of Cerro Noroeste Road, due west, southwest of Pelato. Along dirt road. Along dirt road. Near 34.91594 0'N, 119.42688 0'W. Ballinger Canyon 7.5' Quad.