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JEPS74813 Lasthenia gracilis
L. R. Heckard, T. I. Chuang, and R. Bacigalupi
just sw of site old Kowalski ranch ((below upper dam road), sw of Leesville); Upper Indian Valley
UC71630 Lasthenia gracilis
Miss Alice King
UC90075 Lasthenia gracilis
K. C. Brandegee
UCD132538 Lasthenia gracilis
3.5 miles N.W. of Lodoga by road.
UCD15423 Lasthenia gracilis
in Bear Valley, 3.8 miles north of Wilbur Hot Springs rd.;
UCD163909 Lasthenia gracilis
BLM Bear Creek Ranch (Previously Payne Ranch). Lands to the SW of jct of Hwys 16 and 20. Just southwest of corral at junction of 16 and 20.
UCD33938 Lasthenia gracilis
Colusa County, 3.5 miles N.W. of Lodoga by road.
UCD57340 Lasthenia gracilis
BLM Payne Ranch. Destinella Flat area, just E of the Lake County border, ca. 3.4 road miles along Hwy 20 from the junction of Hwy 16 and Hwy 20. South side of Hwy 20.
UCD64253 Lasthenia gracilis
Craig D. Thomsen
Bear Creek Botanical Management Area. On Caltrans right-of-way, south side of Hwy 20, 0.25 mile west of Hwy 20/16 instersection, Colusa Co. milepost 3.00.
UCD66913 Lasthenia gracilis
Craig D. Thomsen
Payne Ranch (owned by BLM), lands to the SW of the intersection of Hwys 20 and 16. Basin at top of ridge to the northwest of Eula Canyon and southwest of Cowboy Camp on the west side of Bear Creek. Center of basin.
UCD82464 Lasthenia gracilis
Craig Thomsen; G. Harrington
Colusa County on Walker Ridge. Eaton Springs, about 1 mile east of Walker Ridge Rd.
UCD67932 Lasthenia gracilis
Bear Valley, 10.3 mi. N. of State Route 20. Open grassland with full sun.
UCD67937 Lasthenia gracilis
Bear Valley, 10.3 miles N. of junction of Highways 16 and 20. Growing in open meadow, foothill woodland. Growing in clusters. Stems and leaves softly pubescent. Slender annual, yellow flowers.