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Results for search: County=Madera; Scientific name=Eleocharis acicularis (including nomenclatural synonyms);
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J. D. Jokerst
In Nelder Creek. Ca 4 miles NE of Oakhurst, ca 1 mile south of Gooseberry Flat.
Dean W. Taylor
marble outcrop bordering meadow in headwaters of Chiquito Cr; , at end of jeep road to prospects at SW base of Redtop
Dean W. Taylor
Yosemite National Park, Spotted Lakes
A. C. Sanders
Sierra Nevada Mtns., Bass Lake, near Cedar Bluff Campground on the central west side of lake
William A. Dill
Bass Lake, San Joaquin River drainage.
Sierra Natl Forest, Minerets District, Portugese Sale
Eleocharis acicularis var. acicularis
James L. Reveal
100 ft downhill and W from the Red's Meadow Guard Station, as a bog in warm water.
Eleocharis acicularis var. occidentalis
Ward B. Holt
Shores of Bass Lake.
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