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Results for search: County=Siskiyou; Scientific name=Senecio sylvaticus;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  CDA7665  Senecio sylvaticus D. Osterhandt, Don Shaw 1979-8-17 Siskiyou Near Forks of Salmon. 0 Comment
  HSC69328  Senecio sylvaticus John Palmer 1980-8-12 745 Siskiyou Road to Bearground Spring from Beaver Creek Rd. 1341 Comment
  OBI55440  Senecio sylvaticus David J. Keil 1992-7-20 23499 Siskiyou Klamath Natl Forest, SW of Fort Jones. Along Forest rd 46N64, 6.5 mi W of Scott river Rd, 1 mi S of turnoff to Lover's camp Comment
  RSA237230  Senecio sylvaticus Frederick W. Oettinger 1967-6-28 136 Siskiyou flood plain along Salmon River near Kelly Gulch, the High Lake Basings in the vicinity of English Peak, Marble Mountain Wilderness area. 613 Comment

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