Search Results — 7 specimen records retrieved (5 records with coordinates)
Results for search: Scientific name=Pentagramma triangularis triangularis; Source=All; Collector=Gross;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  CHSC95511  Pentagramma triangularis subsp. triangularis LeRoy Gross; Valerie Soza 2003-5-15 908 Los Angeles Transverse Ranges; Verdugo Mountains region: Northwest side of mountains: North of La Tuna Canyon road, started at end of Elben Ave. Climbed north to ridgetop, south of McDonald Creek, then east along ridgeline, then we came back down into a small canyon at the end of Elben Place, just east of where we started. UTM Zone: 3789794N, 0376930E. 518 Comment
  RSA0062865  Pentagramma triangularis subsp. triangularis LeRoy Gross, Duncan S. Bell, Pamela Conway, Pam DeVries, Otto Gasser 2015-3-19 6778 Los Angeles San Gabriel Mountains: Arrastre Canyon, south of Acton. 846 Comment
  RSA0113901  Pentagramma triangularis subsp. triangularis LeRoy Gross, Evan Meyers, Michael Wall, Shanna Yelisetty 2016-4-13 7456 Tulare Along Ash Peaks Ridge to Comb Rocks. North of Three Rivers, between The Kaweah River and Nork Fork. 665 Comment
  RSA757922  Pentagramma triangularis subsp. triangularis LeRoy Gross, Jackie McConnaughy, Drew Monks, Thomas Stoughton, Jane Tirrell, Malia Volke 2010-4-13 4361 San Bernardino At saddle just east of Wathier Landing., Near 34.04398N, 116.71046W. Surveyed along old road in a southeast direction to 34.03946N, 116.70286W. Northeast facing slope of mountain, within northwest section of Catclaw Flat. 1188 Comment
  SFV20889  Pentagramma triangularis subsp. triangularis L. Gross, B. Hogshead, V. Soza 2003-5-29 953 Los Angeles Verdugo Mountains West end of Verdugo Mountains at junction (saddle) of Verdugo Motorway and Wildwood Fire Road (abandoned road, as the ranch north of here at mouth of canyon down at La Tuna Canyon burned down a long time ago). Went down into a small draw northeast of saddle, then came back up another canyon to the east of the main fire road on the crest of the ridge (Verdugo Motorway). 564 Comment
  RSA681291  Pentagramma triangularis subsp. triangularis LeRoy Gross, Valerie Soza 2003-5-15 908 Los Angeles Northwest side of mountains: North of La Tuna Canyon road, started at end of Elben Ave., Climbed north to ridgetop, south of McDonald Creek, then east along ridgeline, then we came back down into a small canyon at the end of Elben Place. 518 Comment
  RSA682724  Pentagramma triangularis subsp. triangularis LeRoy Gross, Bill Hogshead, Valerie Soza 2003-5-29 953 Los Angeles West end of the mountains: At junction (saddle) of Verdugo motorway and Wildwood Fire Road., (Abandoned road, as the ranch north of here at mouth of canyon down at La Tuna Canyon burned down a long time ago.) 564 Comment



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