Search Results — 12 specimen records retrieved (10 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=RIVERSIDE; Scientific name=Tamarix parviflora; 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-BC211570  Tamarix parviflora F. H. Billings 1928-3-18 s.n. Riverside Palm Springs Comment
  CAS-BOT-BC211571  Tamarix parviflora E. A. McGregor 1917-3-19 706 Riverside Thermal Comment
  OBI9064  Tamarix parviflora Tracey and Viola Call, Viola Call 1962-4-6 2112 Riverside 3 mi NW of Desert hot Springs in small cyn 274 Comment
  RSA763305  Tamarix parviflora Scott D. White, Angelia Carey 2004-6-4 10481 Riverside San Jacinto Mountain foothills: San Jacinto River wash and adjacent alluv. benches, near Indian Creek confluence. 503 Comment
  RSA786952  Tamarix parviflora Robert F. Thorne, E. W. Lathrop, Walter Wisura 1977-7-8 49537 Riverside Santa Ana Mountains: along Ortega Highway (74) Comment
  SD229300  Tamarix parviflora Dick Schwenkmeyer 2012-11-6 875 Riverside West fork of Palm Canyon, Agua Caliente Indian Reservation, 4.7 mi. south of the intersection of South Palm Canyon Drive and East Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs. 227 Comment
  SD245497  Tamarix parviflora Robert Thorne, E. W. Lathrop, W. Wisura 1977-7-8 49537 Riverside Santa Ana Mountains: along Ortega Highway (74). Comment
  UCR113887  Tamarix parviflora Mitch Provance 1998-4-9 408 Riverside Riverside, VABM 1031, Hill traditionally called 'Lionshead', or variously referred to as 'Challen Hill', located near the corner of Harrison St. and California Ave. in the Arlington area 259 Comment
  UCR213877  Tamarix parviflora Scott D. White, Angelia Carey 2004-6-4 10481 Riverside San Jacinto Mtn Foothills, San Jacinto River wash and adjacent alluvial benches, near Indian Creek confluence 534 Comment
  UCR35345  Tamarix parviflora L. B. Ziegler 1978-4-12 582 Riverside San Jacinto Valley in the river bottom of the San Jacinto River 457 Comment
  POM319398  Tamarix parviflora Patricia Wilder 1971-3-20 4888 Riverside Along Santa Ana River at end of Pedley Steet, Norco; south side of river 244 Comment
  RSA389675  Tamarix parviflora H. de Forest 1933-3-26 17152 Riverside Colorado Desert Comment



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