Search Results — 4 specimen records retrieved (3 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=SAN BERNARDINO; Scientific name=Marah fabacea (including nomenclatural synonyms); Source=All;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  SEINET11972069  Marah fabacea S. B. Parish, Parish, W. F. 2 26 San Bernardino San Berno Comment
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  RSA557282  Marah fabacea D. Charlton, Mark Hagan, Mike Perry 1989-3-27 2807 San Bernardino Unnamed Dry Spring near Kramer Peak, Kramer Hills. 991 Comment
  RSA557826  Marah fabacea D. Charlton, Mike Perry, Mark Hagan 1989-3-27 2807 San Bernardino Unnamed Dry Spring near Kramer Peak, Kramer Hills. 991 Comment
  UCR104719  Marah fabacea David Charlton 1989-3-27 2807 San Bernardino Mojave Desert, Kramer Hills, unnamed dry spring near Kramer Peak. 976 Comment

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