Search Results — 2 specimen records retrieved (2 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=SIERRA; Scientific name=Hazardia whitneyi whitneyi; 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
  CHSC52385  Hazardia whitneyi var. whitneyi L. P. Janeway 1989-8-24 3633 Sierra Plumas National Forest. Along SE side of McNair Mdw; ca 1 mi W of Calpine L.O. 1630 Comment
  CHSC73408  Hazardia whitneyi var. whitneyi B. Castro; L. Gehrung, H. Durio 1995-9-14 616 Sierra Ca 0.7 air mi SW of the top of Mt. Fillmore, and ca 0.3 mi SE of jeep trail 10E11, which traverses the headwaters of Pearson Ravine. At W edge of midslope terrace of mtn, on vertical face of cliff. 1962 Comment

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