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    You searched for: Dianthus barbatus barbatus

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      F  CCH1_AIDherbscientific namecollectorcoll. num.formatted datecountylocality
    BSCA0642BSCADianthus barbatusBostic, Dennis L.1964-08-01 San DiegoSemi-shaded area adjacent to spring about 3 mi. So. Of Summit Grove off of S-6
    CSLA010735CSLADianthus barbatusR. Turpin1461969-05-30 Los AngelesHighland Park
    IRVC108996IRVCDianthus barbatusMignonne Bivin641978-05-01 TulareSequoia National Park: Potwisha Campground, S side of General′s Hwy, beside Marble Fork.
    IRVC109267IRVCDianthus barbatusMignonne Bivin641978-05-01 TulareSequoia National Park; Potwisha Campground
    IRVC109268IRVCDianthus barbatusMignonne Bivin; Gail Baker641978-05-01 TulareSequoia National Park; Potwisha Campground, S side of Generals Hwy, beside Marble Fork
    JEPS109049UCJEPSDianthus barbatus subsp. barbatusDean W. Taylor194262005-07-25 MonoSierra Nevada. Mammoth Lakes, weeds in undeveloped areas marginal to irrigated golf course along Meridian Blvd. Old Mammoth 7.5 USGS quadrangle
    PUA26706PUADianthus barbatusGriswold & Butler1979-07-12 HumboldtLocal landmark: Cedar Creek. Ironside Mt Quad.
    PUA42192PUADianthus barbatusMaralyn Renner1980-07-27 SiskiyouLocal landmark: Moffett Creek. Yreka Quad.
    PUA65582PUADianthus barbatusG.L. Clifton1987-06-23 ShastaLocal landmark: Little Bear Flat. Pondosa Quad.
    SACT7SACTDianthus barbatus subsp. barbatusDatwyler2008-06-24 ShastaPlants both along roadside and along Castle Creek; Site for pollination ecology study and population level sampling of Penstemon subsect. Heterophylli
    SD00060149SDDianthus barbatus subsp. barbatusDennis Bostic1-21964-08-01 San DiegoIn shade near spring, 3 mi south of Summit Grove, Palomar Mtn. On highway 76 - Hwy. to the Stars. Garden escape.
    SD58917SDDianthus barbatusDennis Bostic1-21964-08-01 San Diego3 miles south of Summit Grove, Palomar Mountain, on Highway 76.
    SHTC266SHTCDianthus barbatusEssagan, S.202016-03-22 Stanislausin front of a residential area near turlock Emanuel Hospital
    SPIF00381SPIFDianthus barbatusBotany Crews.n.2005-06-01 TehamaFinley Butte 7.5 USGS quad. Judd Creek drainage.
    UC1755466UCJEPSDianthus barbatusDean W. Taylor208982010-06-30 MariposaYosemite National Park, Yosemite Valley, Yosemite Village, untended yard in the Tecoya Housing tract; Half Dome, CA 7.5 USGS quadrangle.
    UCR122221UCRDianthus barbatusA.C. Sanders250652002-05-20 RiversideRiverside, cultivated plants in yard at 422 Campus View Dr.
    YM-YOSE109200YMDianthus barbatusADAMS, JUSTIN30451998-07-23 ?  MariposaCONCESSION CORRAL, YOSEMITE VALLEY, YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, CALIFORNIA; IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT TO FENCED YARD; MOIST SOIL; ASSOCIATED SPECIES: AGROSTIS GIGANTEA, CAREX SP.
    YM-YOSE109289YMDianthus barbatusADAMS, JUSTIN30901999-07-14 ?  MariposaMEADOW LOOP TRAIL, WAWONA, YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, CALIFORNIA. 3 KM FROM GATE ON TRAIL-DIRT ROAD. SANDY, SHADED SOIL.

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