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CCH1: Search Results

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Biodiversity data provided by the participants of the Consortium of California Herbaria (Accessed through CCH1 Data Portal,, 2023 September 28.

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CCH1 Portal. 2023. Biodiversity data provided by the participants of the Consortium of California Herbaria ( Accessed on September 28).

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— 3 specimen records retrieved (1 without coordinates)
Results for search: Scientific name=dianthus barbatus barbatus (including synonyms);

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  F     CCH1_AIDherbscientific namecollectorcoll. num.formatted datecountyelev. (M)locality
        JEPS109049 UCJEPS Dianthus barbatus subsp. barbatus Dean W. Taylor 19426 2005-07-25   Mono NULL Sierra Nevada. Mammoth Lakes, weeds in undeveloped areas marginal to irrigated golf course along Meridian Blvd. Old Mammoth 7.5′ USGS quadrangle
        SACT7 SACT Dianthus barbatus subsp. barbatus Datwyler NULL 2008-06-24   Shasta NULL Plants both along roadside and along Castle Creek; Site for pollination ecology study and population level sampling of Penstemon subsect. Heterophylli
        SD00060149 SD Dianthus barbatus subsp. barbatus Dennis Bostic 1-2 1964-08-01   San Diego 820 In shade near spring, 3 mi south of Summit Grove, Palomar Mtn. On highway 76 - Hwy. to the Stars. ′Garden escape.
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