Search Results — 5 specimen records retrieved (2 records with coordinates)
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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  RSA149820  Epilobium canum subsp. canum George W. Barclay 1839-09 3053 Los Angeles San Pedro. Comment
  RSA149837  Ericameria palmeri var. pachylepis George W. Barclay 1839-10 3047 Los Angeles San Pedro Comment
  RSA0004962  Eriogonum cinereum G. W. Barclay 1839-10-13 3051 Los Angeles Hills near San Pedro Comment
  RSA149618  Eriogonum elongatum George W. Barclay s.n. Los Angeles San Pedro. Comment
  RSA149699  Eremocarpus setiger George W. Barclay 1839-1 3052 Los Angeles San Pedro. Comment

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