Search Results — 3 specimen records retrieved (2 records with coordinates)
Results for search: Scientific name=Heterotheca monarchensis ;   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-BC126664  Heterotheca monarchensis Dana York 1996-5-4 678 Fresno Ca. 83 km E of Fresno (FSC), 4 km E of Lockwood Grove, Sequoia National Forest, Monarch Wilderness 1580 Comment
  JEPS96214  Heterotheca monarchensis Dana York and Jim Shevock 1996-6-27 960 Fresno ca. 87 km. e. Fresno (1 km. s. of Boyden Cave on s. side of Kings R. canyon, Monarch Wilderness, Sequoia Nat'l Forest); Kings R. Basin, Sequoia Nat'l Forest, Monarch Wilderness 1630 Comment
  UCD133009  Heterotheca monarchensis Dana York; Jim Shevock 1996-6-27 960 Fresno Approximately 86 km east of Fresno; Sequoia National Forest; Monarch Wilderness; 1 km south of Boyden Cave on the south side of the Kings River canyon. Comment

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