Search Results — 28 specimen records retrieved (28 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=INYO; Scientific name=Mortonia utahensis (including nomenclatural synonyms); 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
  CAS-BOT-BC202791  Mortonia utahensis M. French Gilman 1935-5-4 1515 Inyo Travertine Canyon, Funeral Mts. 1219 Comment
  GMDRC2138  Mortonia utahensis J. Andre, T. La Doux 2006-3-31 7576 Inyo Resting Spring Range: Resting Spring Range: growing on E-facing slopes of Resting Spring Range, just W. of Hwy 178 in Chicago Valley approx. 6 mi. E of Shoshone. Elev. 2102 ft. 641 Comment
  JEPS9797  Mortonia utahensis M. French Gilman 1935-5-4 1517 Inyo Travertine Canyon; Funeral Mts. 1066 Comment
  LA101968  Mortonia utahensis Greg de Nevers; Steve Castagnoli, R. Doug Stone 1980-4-28 74 Inyo Kingston Range, Crystal Spring 1158 Comment
  POM226965  Mortonia utahensis M. French Gilman 1936-5-30 2178 Inyo Falls Canyon, Grapevine Mountains, Death Valley Comment
  RSA0072076  Mortonia utahensis Duncan S. Bell, Jerred Branch, Matthew Ellis, Evan Meyer 2014-10-6 7578 Inyo Nopah Range; northwestern section of the range, towards the northeastern limit of Chicago Valley; about 2 air miles east of Highway 178. 1043 Comment
  RSA0075591  Mortonia utahensis Jim Andre 2014-4-3 27558 Inyo South end of range, 3.9 mi. east of Shoshone, just west of pass along Hwy 127. 708 Comment
  RSA276875  Mortonia utahensis Susan Cochrane, J. S. Holland 1978-4-23 1004 Inyo In second large canyon SE of pass into Stewart Valley, W Nopah Rg. 1128 Comment
  RSA314523  Mortonia utahensis R. F. Thorne 1983-5-6 55555 Inyo Death Valley Nat'l Monument, Funeral Mtns, upper end of Red Amphitheatre, at mouth of canyon, perhaps 1.5 miles up cyn 1073 Comment
  RSA351709  Mortonia utahensis C. R. Annable 1983-4-15 438 Inyo East side of Funeral Mountains. 884 Comment
  RSA619157  Mortonia utahensis Mary DeDecker 1977-5-16 4251 Inyo Nopah Range: California Valley drainage; SBB&M 1127 Comment
  RSA625714  Mortonia utahensis Mike Word 1992-1-29 s.n. Inyo Death Valley National Monument, north of Daylight Pass. Comment
  RSA625728  Mortonia utahensis Mary DeDecker 1983-5-7 5405 Inyo Funeral Mountains: Furnace Creek Wash drainage; ''Mortonia Canyon'' 1.3 miles north of Death Valley National Monument boundary, up from Hole-in-the-Wall. 1127 Comment
  SBBG105412  Mortonia utahensis M. Shobe -May-1992 Inyo mouth of Silver Rule Cyn, Kingston Range Comment
  SBBG127558  Mortonia utahensis A. C. Sanders 2010-10-27 38685 Inyo Emigrant Pass over the S end of the Nopah Range, ca. 100 m S of Old Spanish Trail Hwy 860 Comment
  SBBG97651  Mortonia utahensis M. Shobe 1991-5-13 91 -5 Inyo N side of Silver Rule Wash, Kingston Range 1066 Comment
  SD239691  Mortonia utahensis A. C. Sanders 2010-10-27 38685 Inyo Northeastern Mojave Desert: Emigrant Pass over the south end of Nopay Range, c. 100 m south of Old Spanish Trail Hwy (North of Tecopa Pass 7.5'Q) 860 Comment
  SD262258  Mortonia utahensis Jim Andre 2014-4-3 27579 Inyo Northern Mojave Desert: extreme north end of Nopah Range, a few miles west of NV border, 0.7 mi south of Hwy [178]. Wash at base of north-facing slopes. 908 Comment
  SD51069  Mortonia utahensis Darley F. Howe 1960-4-27 2891 Inyo Pass through Nopah Mountains, 4.0 miles on road east of Shoshone. 760 Comment
  SDSU5536  Mortonia utahensis D. F. Howe 1960-4-27 2891 Inyo 4 miles from Shoshone on road to Parumph Valley. 762 Comment
  UC1015332  Mortonia utahensis Reid Moran 1946-5-13 2054 Inyo above Crystal Spring (Kingston Peak); Kingston Peak 1310 Comment
  UC1442729  Mortonia utahensis Mary DeDecker 1977-5-16 4251 Inyo Nopah Range, California Valley drainage Nopah Range; , California Valley drainage 1127 Comment
  UCD107432  Mortonia utahensis Dean W. Taylor 1979-4-22 7344 Inyo Funeral Mts. 1219 Comment
  UCR183331  Mortonia utahensis Jim Andre, T. La Doux 2006-3-31 7576 Inyo Northern Mojave Desert, Resting Spring Range, just west of Hwy 178 in Chicago Valley c. 6 mi east of Shoshone 641 Comment
  UCR223970  Mortonia utahensis A. C. Sanders 2010-10-27 38685 Inyo Northeastern Mojave Desert, Emigrant Pass over the south end of the Nopah Range, c. 100 m south of Old Spanish Trail Hwy 860 Comment
  UCR268395  Mortonia utahensis Jim Andre 2014-4-3 27579 Inyo Northern Mojave Desert, extreme north end of Nopah Range, a few miles west of NV border, 0.7 mi south of Hwy [178] 908 Comment
  UCR274429  Mortonia utahensis Duncan S. Bell, Jerred Branch, Matthew Ellis, Evan Meyer 2014-10-6 7578 Inyo Northwestern section of the Nopah Range, towards the northeastern limit of Chicago Valley, c. 2 air miles east of Hwy 178 1043 Comment
  UCR97907  Mortonia utahensis G. F. Pratt, C. L. Pierce 1997-5-16 s.n. Inyo Northern Mojave Desert, Nopah Range, S and E sides of highest peak at 4000-6000 ft 1524 Comment



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