Search Results — 5 specimen records retrieved (3 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=Fresno; Scientific name=Camissoniopsis hirtella (including nomenclatural synonyms);   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  RSA195448  Camissonia hirtella D. E. Breedlove 1963-6-8 5277 Fresno 8 miles N. of Pine ridge on road to Auberry Comment
  RSA512842  Camissonia hirtella J. T. Howell 1960-6-6 35332 Fresno Copper Creek Trail, Kings Canyon. 1677 Comment
  JEPS101424  Camissoniopsis hirtella Dean W. Taylor 1994-5-27 14367 Fresno Highway 180 2.6 mi W of junction with Millwood Rd. (1.6 mi W of 4000 ft. contour sign) 1158 Comment
  RSA0039753  Camissoniopsis hirtella LeRoy Gross, Duncan S. Bell, Eric Garcia 2014-6-10 6623 Fresno Monarch Wilderness; Trail 30E01 (forest service, guide to the Monarch & Jennie Lakes Wilderness map). Off Highway 180, along the South Fork of Kings River. Deer Cove Creek to Deer Cove Saddle, where a trail branches off to Choke Creek., Started near 36.80413N 118.71516W. Ended near 36.82590N 118.72246W. 1348 Comment
  UC147302  Camissoniopsis hirtella H. M. Hall and H. P. Chandler Jul 6 1900-Jul 10 1900 508 Fresno Tehipite Valley Sierra Nevada Mountains 1219 Comment

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