Search Results — 18 specimen records retrieved (10 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=SANTA BARBARA; Scientific name=Allium diabolense (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
  SBBG110189  Allium diabolense C. B. Hardham 1959-4-19 4271 Santa Barbara just E of Fir Trail, Figueroa Mtn Comment
  SBBG11093  Allium diabolense E. R. Blakley 1960-5-18 3429 a Santa Barbara between Montgomery Potrero and McPherson Peak 1584 Comment
  SBBG24402  Allium diabolense E. R. Chandler 1966-5-27 3099 Santa Barbara between Jct Camp and Ranger Pk, near the rd from Figueroa Mtn to Cachuma Saddle 1219 Comment
  SBBG42693  Allium diabolense L. E. Allen 1971-5-19 Santa Barbara above Ranger Peak, Figueroa Mtn area Comment
  SBBG57498  Allium diabolense R. Hoffmann 1929-5-30 Santa Barbara Figueroa Mtn Comment
  SBBG57523  Allium diabolense R. Hoffmann 1929-6-7 Santa Barbara Figueroa Mtn Comment
  SBBG846  Allium diabolense H. and M. Dearing 1940-5-12 4277 Santa Barbara Figueroa Mtn Comment
  SBBG847  Allium diabolense H. and M. Dearing 1938-5-8 1950 Santa Barbara Figueroa Mtn 914 Comment
  SBBG96125  Allium diabolense E. R. Chandler -May-1966 Santa Barbara ca. 1 mi E of Figueroa Mtn Comment
  VVC3393  Allium diabolense Tim Thomas 1973-5-5 27 Santa Barbara Western Transverse Range, Figueroa Mountain Road, 12 miles east of Los Olivos 976 Comment
  CAS-BOT-BC468970  Allium diabolense Clare B. Hardham 1959-4-19 4271 Santa Barbara Just east of Fir Trail, Figuerroa Mt. Comment
  CAS-BOT-BC468971  Allium diabolense J. T. Howell no date on label s.n. Santa Barbara Figuerroa Mt., San Rafael Mountain Range, Los Padres forest, about 8-10 miles NE of the village of Los Olivos, not far from Zaca Lake and Zaca Peak Comment
  HSC2962  Allium diabolense David Porter 1965-5-23 Santa Barbara Off Figueroa Mtn. Rd., Figueroa Mtns. 1280 Comment
  RSA145566  Allium diabolense E. R. Blakely 1960-5-18 3429 -A Santa Barbara Sierra Madre Mountains between Montgomery Potrero and McPherson Peak. 1585 Comment
  RSA44171  Allium diabolense C. F. Smith 1949-5-2 2333 Santa Barbara Serpentine hill east of Figueroa Mt., San Rafael Mountains. 1189 Comment
  UC639078  Allium diabolense Mrs. Hugh Dearing May, 1940 Santa Barbara Figueroa Mountain San Rafael Mountains, Figueroa Mountain Comment
  UCSB42946  Allium diabolense O'Neal, Mike 1980-5-18 Santa Barbara Figueroa Mtn. Road, 1.5 miles east of Figueroa Mtn. Campground on north side of road 1219 Comment
  UCSB44293  Allium diabolense Blakley, J. 1978-4-23 Santa Barbara Davey Brown Camp, Los Padres National Forest 609 Comment



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