Search Results — 13 specimen records retrieved (13 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=SAN BERNARDINO; Scientific name=Lepidium latifolium (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
  GMDRC1160  Lepidium latifolium J. Andre, G. I. Clifton 2003-6-23 4123 San Bernardino New York Mtns: New York Mtns: Mail Spring, growing in sub-saline loamy soil along banks of spring within fenced cattle exclosure. Elev. 5028 ft. 1533 Comment
  GMDRC1161  Lepidium latifolium J. Andre, G. I. Clifton 2003-6-23 4124 San Bernardino New York Mtns: New York Mtns: Mail Spring, growing in sub-saline loamy soil along banks of spring within fenced cattle exclosure. Elev. 5028 ft. 1533 Comment
  GMDRC3529  Lepidium latifolium J. Andre 2009-6-27 10769 San Bernardino New York Mountains: New York Mountains: Mojave National Preserve, at Mail Spring on NE side of NY Mtns. USGS 7.5 min. Quad: Ivanpah 35 deg. 15.802' N 115 deg. 15.566' W. Elev. 5013 ft. 1528 Comment
  RSA0042063  Lepidium latifolium Sarah J. De Groot, Cheryl S. Sevilla 2014-6-18 7149 San Bernardino Along Mojave River in Afton Canyon, near railroad bridge. 434 Comment
  RSA0116216  Lepidium latifolium J. Andre 2012-6-11 21409 San Bernardino Along the Mojave River near Oro Grande, 3.1 miles northwest of I-15 (at D Street exit), Victorville. 795 Comment
  RSA749795  Lepidium latifolium R. G. Swinney 2005-7-8 8281 San Bernardino Cajon Junction, west base of Wye Peak adjacent to 215E on parallel dirt Forest Service road 982 Comment
  RSA762925  Lepidium latifolium Justin M. Wood, D. M. Ray 2010-8-17 2398 San Bernardino Big Bear Valley: Big Bear Lake at Division Drive 2058 Comment
  RSA764654  Lepidium latifolium Justin M. Wood, D. M. Ray 2010-8-17 2400 San Bernardino Big Bear Valley: Big Bear Lake at Division Drive 2058 Comment
  UCR113726  Lepidium latifolium Mitch Provance 2000-5-28 2121 San Bernardino Santa Ana River Wash, NW base of the La Loma Hills, c. the northern extreme of S. Pellisier Rd. 250 Comment
  UCR164191  Lepidium latifolium Jim Andre, G. L. Clifton 2003-6-23 4123 San Bernardino Eastern Mojave Desert, New York Mtns.: Mail Spring 1533 Comment
  UCR204455  Lepidium latifolium R. G. Swinney 2005-7-8 8281 San Bernardino San Bernardino Mountains, Cajon Junction, west base of Wye Peak adjacent to 215E on parallel dirt Forest Service road 982 Comment
  UCR215391  Lepidium latifolium Jim Andre 2009-6-27 10769 San Bernardino Mojave Desert, New York Mountains, Mojave National Preserve, at Mail Spring on northeast side of New York Mountains 1528 Comment
  UCR221834  Lepidium latifolium Jim Andre, G. L. Clifton 2010-5-17 14072 San Bernardino Eastern Mojave Desert, New York Mountains, Mojave National Preserve; at Lecyr Well, c. 0.5 mi. west of Ivanpah Rd, and 2 mi. WSW of Barnwell 1500.53 Comment



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