Search Results — 15 specimen records retrieved (11 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=Orange; Scientific name=Dodecatheon clevelandii (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
  RSA0019618  Dodecatheon clevelandii Scott D. White 2003-3-21 8809 Orange Santa Ana Mountain Foothills: Rancho Mission Viejo. East-facing slopes above an unnamed tributary to San Juan Creek. 122 Comment
  RSA461342  Dodecatheon clevelandii M. B. Dunkle 1935-3-3 4344 Orange San Juan Canyon. 457 Comment
  RSA461343  Dodecatheon clevelandii Albert J. Perkins 1913-3-6 s.n. Orange San Juan Hot Springs Comment
  RSA542459  Dodecatheon clevelandii Fred M. Roberts 1988-3-15 3863 Orange Rancho Mission Viejo: Upper Gabino Canyon, 4.1 km SE Point Rancho Survey Marker. 191 Comment
  RSA610234  Dodecatheon clevelandii Fred M. Roberts 1997-2-7 4976 Orange Rancho Mission Viejo: Calif. Rte. 74 circa 6.8 km E Interstate 5 ( San Juan Capistrano) opposite the mouth of Canada Gobernadora, 1.2km NE Viejo Survey Mark. 88 Comment
  RSA627743  Dodecatheon clevelandii Scott D. White, Brian Leatherman 1998-1-26 6063 Orange Irvine, Univ. of Calif. Irvine Campus: Site of proposed Research Park. SW of main campus circle, ca. halfway between Berkeley Av. and new freeway (Bonita Cyn.) 12 Comment
  RSA699298  Dodecatheon clevelandii Jeanne Paxton 1934-2-25 s.n. Orange Sugar Loaf Canyon, Arch Beach Comment
  RSA699993  Dodecatheon clevelandii L. C. Hull 1934-3-11 s.n. Orange Ortega Highway. Comment
  UCR107856  Dodecatheon clevelandii Scott D. White, Brian Leatherman 1998-1-26 6063 Orange Irvine, Univ. of Calif. Irvine Campus: Site of proposed Research Park. SW of main campus circle, c. halfway between Berkeley Avenue and new freeway (Bonita Cyn.) 37 Comment
  UCSB14911  Dodecatheon clevelandii Breedlove, Dennis 1962-3-9 Orange 4.4 miles east of San Juan Capistrano on State 74 112 Comment
  RSA539349  Dodecatheon clevelandii Fred M. Roberts, Karen Kirtland 1989-2-22 4184 Orange San Joaquin Hills: Upper Buck Gully, 0.7km NE Pelican Hill. 207 Comment
  SEINET5500867 Image available Dodecatheon clevelandii Sally Walker 1998-3-23 Orange Quail trail Wm casper park Comment
  UCSB47976  Dodecatheon clevelandii Roberts, Fred 1980-2-17 Orange Along Dana Strand Rd., on the blufff west of Dana Marina (north side of road), Dana Point 56 Comment
  RSA678732  Dodecatheon clevelandii subsp. clevelandii Fred M. Roberts, Laura Cohen 2000-3-24 5269 Orange Rancho Mission Veijo Land Conservancy: Tributary to Christanitos Cyn., Flagpole Meadow, upper shady Canyon Trail, about 1.6 NW Sycamore Gate. 170 Comment
  RSA0127595  Primula clevelandii var. clevelandii Fred M. Roberts 2016-3-17 8025 Orange San Joaquin Hills: City of Irvine, Ridge between Coyote Canyon and Bommer Canyon along Turtle Ridge Trail, 0.6 km NNE Signal Peak and 1.1 km SW Cattle Camp. 314 Comment

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