Search Results — 11 specimen records retrieved (11 records with coordinates)
Results for search: Scientific name=Lupinus bicolor (including nomenclatural synonyms); Source=All; Collector=Provance;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  SEINET13383678 Image available Lupinus bicolor Mitch Provance, Callen Huff, Dave Magney, David Brown 2009-1 10309 Kern Foothills of the Southern Sierra Nevada: Tejon Ranch, about 3 mi SW of Bealville, adjacent to the W side of the Bakersfield National Cemetery on Bear Mountain Blvd. (Hwy 223) 639 Comment
  UCR113245  Lupinus bicolor Mitch Provance 1998-3-31 298 San Bernardino Jurupa Hills, 'Wilder's Mt. Pass', c. 1/8 mile NE of peak 1538. 427 Comment
  UCR113821  Lupinus bicolor Mitch Provance 1999-3-8 1064 San Bernardino San Bernardino Valley, City of Rialto, Colton Dunes System, powerline right-of-way, W side of Industrial Ave., north of the Agua Mansa Cemetery 293 Comment
  UCR180061  Lupinus bicolor Mitch Provance 2005-5-18 9814 Riverside Warm Springs Valley, Nichols road wetland area at Alberhill Creek, south of the I-15 Freeway and Collier Ave., along the SE side of Pierce St., properties on both the NE and SW sides of Baker St. in the city of Elsinore 396 Comment
  UCR182308  Lupinus bicolor Mitch Provance 2003-4-5 6611 Riverside San Bernardino Valley, Jurupa Mountains, Glen Avon, slopes above the northern extreme of Campbell St 274 Comment
  UCR182512  Lupinus bicolor Mitch Provance 2005-5-17 6570 Riverside Warm Springs Valley, Terra Cotta, Nichols Rd. Wetland at Alberhill Creek, c. 100 yards SE of the Durant RR siding, the site bordered along the NW by Pierce St. and on the N by Alberhill Creek, with Baker St. more or less bisecting the collection site 421 Comment
  UCR183072  Lupinus bicolor Mitch Provance 2003-4-17 4451 San Bernardino San Bernardino Valley, Jurupa Mountains, NW base of Noname Mt. (peak 1913) 360 Comment
  UCR194236  Lupinus bicolor Mitch Provance, Michael L. Fugate 2005-4-14 10057 Riverside San Bernardino Valley, near the water tanks just E of Versity Hill, or what is known locally as Coyote Hill (pk 1386), a few hundred yards SSE of the UCR Campus 396 Comment
  UCR265011  Lupinus bicolor Mitch Provance, Callen Huff 2009-4-28 10675 Los Angeles Tehachapi Mountians, Road on ridge overlooking Hwy I-5 about 0.5 miles NE of Gorman 1466 Comment
  UCR266440  Lupinus bicolor Mitch Provance, Callen Huff, Dave Magney, David Brown 2009-4-8 10309 Kern Foothills of the Southern Sierra Nevada, Tejon Ranch, about 3 mi SW of Bealville, adjacent to the W side of the Bakersfield National Cemetery on Bear Mountain Blvd. (Hwy 223) 639 Comment
  UCR277947  Lupinus bicolor Mitch Provance, Jeremiah George 2016-3-20 316- 94 Kern Sierran Foothills of the San Joaquin Valley, About 0.25 miles N of Rag Gulch, about 17 miles E of Mc Farland, under transmission lines. 854 Comment



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