Search Results — 4 specimen records retrieved (3 records with coordinates)
Results for search: Scientific name=Marah fabacea (including nomenclatural synonyms); Source=All; Collector=Baker;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  POM59516  Marah fabacea C. F. Baker 1903-4-14 1954 Santa Cruz Hills E. of Watsonville. Comment
  POM59517  Marah fabacea C. F. Baker 1902-4-1 512 Santa Clara Foothills near Stanford University. Comment
  SEINET4584946 Image available Marah fabacea C. Baker 1957-5-3 s.n. Riverside On edge of Redlands 418 Comment
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Aug 16 2015
  SEINET6087068  Marah fabacea C. F. Baker 512 Santa Clara Hamilton Range. Serpentine hill west of Red Mountain in Blackbird Valley. Comment



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