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Results for search: Scientific name=Sisyrinchium bellum (including nomenclatural synonyms); Source=All; Collector=Clark;
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Elevation in meters
off Smith Hwy [E of Lobos Cyn]
0.5 mi. W of Dead Man's Gulch
East Bull Canyon, 6.4 miles by road south-southwest of Monticello Dam along Highway 128, 0.5 road miles away from Highway 128
O. M. Clark
North of Cresent City.
O. M. Clark
South of Julian.
James R. Clark
0.6 mile west of Rescue, 1.2 miles west of Green Valley Road on Ulenkamp Road
East Bull Canyon 6.4 miles by road SSW of Monticello Dam along Highwya 128, 0.5 miles away from Highway 128.
East Bull Canyon, 6.4 mi. by road SSW of Monticello Dam along hwy 128, 0.5 miles away from Highway 128. Growing on bank of dried-up creek. Blue flowers.
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