Search Results — 3 specimen records retrieved ( with coordinates)
Results for search: County=COLUSA; Scientific name=Lupinus bicolor tridentatus; Source=All;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange
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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  POM278280  Lupinus bicolor subsp. tridentatus Lyman D. Benson 1935-3-27 6329 Colusa 8 miles E of Lake County line, inner N coast mt. range, Sacramento River watershed 305 Comment
  SEINET10484945  Lupinus bicolor subsp. tridentatus Thomas W. Nelson, Jane P. Nelson 1978-4-29 Nelson 3938 Colusa Colusa co. T149,r5w,sec. 35; Elev. 1200'. Along bear valley rd. 2.5 Miles From junction with state route 20. Oak woodland. 366 Comment
  SEINET10838151  Lupinus bicolor subsp. tridentatus Smith 1978-4-2 Smith 9570 Colusa Colusa co. T14n, r5w, sec. 34. Bear valley rd., 2.1 Miles from its junction With state route 20. Rock faces in metasedimentary chaparral. 366 Comment



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