Search Results — 4 specimen records retrieved (4 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=Fresno; Scientific name=Sonchus oleraceus;   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-BC374558  Sonchus oleraceus Henry M. Pollard 1951-8-2 s.n. Fresno Big Creek 1524 Comment
  RSA614889  Sonchus oleraceus Scott D. White, Brian Leatherman 1997-4-3 4873 Fresno Kings River area: E of Centerville, just S of St. Hwy 180 (Kings Cyn Rd) at gravel quarry. 107 Comment
  UCR122176  Sonchus oleraceus George K. Helmkamp, E. A. Helmkamp 2002-4-23 7612 Fresno Central Valley; San Joaquin Valley, along CA Hwy 180, 10.8 mi west of CA Hwy 145 107 Comment
  UCR97843  Sonchus oleraceus Scott D. White, B. Leatherman 1997-4-3 4873 Fresno Central Valley, Kings River area: east of Centerville, just south of State Hwy 180 (Kings Canyon Road) at gravel quarry 122 Comment

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