Search Results — 4 specimen records retrieved (2 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=Santa Barbara; Scientific name=Juglans regia;   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-BC102335  Juglans regia Henry M. Pollard 1961-8-17 s.n. Santa Barbara in Arroyo Burro near Modoc Road, Santa Barbara Comment
  SBBG91581  Juglans regia S. A. Junak, M. Hochberg, R. Philbrick 1979-9-28 Santa Barbara Canada del Puerto, just N of Stanton Ranch (before first crk crossing N of ranch) 60 Comment
  RSA401055  Juglans regia H. M. Pollard 1961-8-17 s.n. Santa Barbara Spontaneous in Arroyo Burro near Modoc road. Comment
  RSA549866  Juglans regia Steven A. Junak 1990-5-31 sc 1942 Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Island, Central Valley, along road to South Ridge Road W of Stanton Ranch airfield, 0.05 miles N of intersection with Valley Road, Head of gully, presumably spontaneous from ranch cuttings dumped here to stop erosion, SCI. 128 Comment

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