Search Results — 19 specimen records retrieved (18 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=San Mateo; Scientific name=Paspalum distichum (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-BC265661  Paspalum distichum A. D. E. Elmer 1901-7-1 2876 San Mateo Searsville Comment
  CAS-BOT-BC265662  Paspalum distichum Ira L. Wiggins 1980-8-29 22265 San Mateo Bed of San Francisquito Creek, ca 50 m upstream from Pope Street bridge, Menlo Park Comment
  CAS-BOT-BC265663  Paspalum distichum Ira L. Wiggins 1980-8-29 22260 San Mateo San Francisquito Creek, 200 m upstream from Pope Street bridge, Menlo Park Comment
  CAS-BOT-BC265664  Paspalum distichum C. F. Baker 1902-10-20 1836 San Mateo Searsville Comment
  JROH5342  Paspalum distichum W. R. Dudley 1903-1-1 s.n. San Mateo Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University. Upper end of Searsville Lake. Comment
  JROH5343  Paspalum distichum W. R. Dudley 1903-1-1 s.n. San Mateo Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University. Upper end of Searsville Lake. Comment
  JROH5344  Paspalum distichum L. R. Abrams 1914-7-1 5117 San Mateo Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University. Searsville Lake. Comment
  JROH5345  Paspalum distichum John H. Thomas 1964-11-5 10521 San Mateo Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University. East end of Searsville Dam Comment
  JROH5346  Paspalum distichum John H. Thomas 1978-9-24 19340 San Mateo Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University. East end of dam. Comment
  JROH5347  Paspalum distichum John Hunter Thomas 1979-9-9 19732 San Mateo Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University. Edge of dam. Comment
  JROH5349  Paspalum distichum John Hunter Thomas 1981-7-12 20699 San Mateo Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University Comment
  JROH5351  Paspalum distichum John Rawlings 2011-9-4 1094 San Mateo Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University. At base of dam at trail terminus. 88 Comment
  POM207798  Paspalum distichum C. F. Baker 1902-10-20 1836 San Mateo Searsville Comment
  RSA177004  Paspalum distichum John H. Thomas 1964-11-15 10521 San Mateo Jasper Ridge Biological Experimental Area, about 5 miles southwest of Palo Alto Comment
  UC1101567  Paspalum distichum Verne Grant and Herbert L. Mason 1946-8-28 13085 San Mateo at entrance to San Francisco County Prison Comment
  UC157045  Paspalum distichum C. F. Baker 1902-10-20 1836 San Mateo Searsville; about the lake shore Comment
  UCD88912  Paspalum distichum W. R. Dudley 1903-1 s.n. San Mateo Santa Cruz Mountain Peninsula. Searsville Lake. Comment
  UCD88918  Paspalum distichum David Hanson 1975-11-24 s.n. San Mateo Half Moon Bay. Comment
  SEINET10592940  Paspalum distichum Charles F. Baker 1902-10-20 Baker 1836 San Mateo Searsville. About the lake shore. Matted colonies from rootstocks which creep over the surface of mud. Comment



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