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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  CAS-BOT-BC301696  Eriophyllum lanatum var. lanceolatum Gladys L. Smith; Clare R. Wheeler; Betty Lembke; Charles H. Smith 1983-7-15 8160 Mendocino USFS M-1, 1.0 mile N/Hell's Half Acre, Mendocino National Forest 1828 Comment
  HSC83711  Eriophyllum lanatum var. lanceolatum Gladys L. Smith, Clare R. Wheeler, B. Lembke, C. H. Smith 1983-7-15 8160 Mendocino Along USFS M-1 N/Hell's Half Acre 1829 Comment
  SBBG82863  Eurybia radulina C. F. Smith 1963-5-8 8160 Santa Barbara trail SE of Stanton Ranch Comment

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