Search Results — 13 specimen records retrieved (8 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=Orange; Scientific name=Diplacus australis (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
  SBBG6917  Diplacus X australis M. Van Rensselaer 1945-5-25 1883 Orange Laguna Cyn Comment
  SBBG6929  Diplacus X australis M. Van Rensselaer 1944-11-26 1875 Orange Laguna Cyn, ca. 2 mi NE of Laguna Beach Comment
  CHSC42169  Diplacus australis L. A. Hinman 1986-3-22 5 Orange Ca. 6 mi nw of San Juan Capistrano, Bell Canyon, 2 mi n of Hwy 74. Ca. 65 yds e of Bell Creek. 128 Comment
  CLARK-A1528-858  Mimulus aurantiacus subsp. australis Jim Hearne, Geoffrey Matthews, Robin Maetche 1971-5-15 Orange Santa Ana Mountains Comment
  HSC20689  Mimulus aurantiacus subsp. australis S. M. Clapp 1966-4-10 52 Orange a few mi. S of Modjeska Canyon 122 Comment
  HSC20693  Mimulus aurantiacus subsp. australis J. J. Wagoner 1965-4-11 22 Orange Modjeska Canyon, 1 mi. S of Irvine Rd. 152 Comment
  RSA649084  Mimulus aurantiacus subsp. australis Karl Price 1988-4-29 20 Orange An unnamed side canyon within Hot Springs Canyon. It is on Hot Springs Canyon Rd., 0.75 mi. North of Ortega Hwy. (74), 12.6 mi. East of San Juan Capistrano. 305 Comment
  SEINET10863345  Mimulus aurantiacus subsp. australis Melvin L. Conrad, David B. Dunn 1973-6-13 Conrad 7136 Orange In vicinity of laguna beach. Corolla orange. 152 Comment
  SEINET10896230  Mimulus aurantiacus subsp. australis Melvin L. Conrad, David B. Dunn 1973-6-13 Conrad 7134 Orange In vicinity of laguna beach. Corolla yellow. 152 Comment
  SEINET3078496 Image available Mimulus aurantiacus subsp. australis Geoffrey Matthews, Jim Hearne, Robin Maetche 1971-5-13 s.n. Orange 4 miles north of Morrill Valley on Hwy 74 Comment
  RSA0051384  Mimulus aurantiacus subsp. australis Robert F. Thorne, E. W. Lathrop, Walter Wisura 1977-7-8 49602 Orange Santa Ana Mountains: rocky ravine tributary to San Juan Canyon, along Ortega Highway (74) about 2 miles above San Juan Fire Station. Comment
  RSA0056606  Mimulus aurantiacus subsp. australis P. Shirokawa 1998-4-24 5 Orange Cleveland National Forest. Trabuco Ranger District, 2.35 miles from Ortega Highway (State Highway 74) on North Main Divide Road. 991 Comment
  RSA0058060  Mimulus aurantiacus subsp. australis Robert F. Thorne, C. W. Tilforth, E. W. Lathrop 1977-4-27 49674 Orange Northern Santa Ana Mountains: Coal Canyon [NW of Sierra Peak]. 457 Comment

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