Search Results — 4 specimen records retrieved ( with coordinates)
Results for search: County=San Francisco; Scientific name=Fallopia convolvulus (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
  CAS-BOT-BC413898  Fallopia convolvulus Peter H. Raven 1954-5-5 6884 San Francisco Southwestern part of Lake Merced, San Francisco Comment
  CAS-BOT-BC413899  Fallopia convolvulus John Thomas Howell 1956-7-1 31652 San Francisco Embarcadero and Vallejo St., San Francisco Comment
  CAS-BOT-BC413900  Fallopia convolvulus Blanche Clear 1939-6-26 s.n. San Francisco Ball Park, nr. Nurseries, Golden Gate Park Comment
  UC402692  Polygonum convolvulus Harriet A. Walker 1908-5-17 1136 San Francisco Ocean View San Francisco Comment

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