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  F CCH1_AIDherbscientific namecoll. namecoll. num.formatted datecountylocality
CAS-BOT198026CASLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiPaulson, K.; Paulson, Robert1791989-7-14 ModocVicinity of Little Lily Lake, ca. 2.5 mi. S of the Oregon border, N end of Warner Mts.
CAS-BOT198027CASLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiSmith, Leland S.9911918-7-13 ModocMill Creek, Nevada Sheep Range.
CAS-BOT198028CASLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiBartholomew, Bruce; Anderson, Barrett45521988-7-23 ModocRoad beyond Poison Lake ca. 8 km S of the road from U.S. Highway 395 to Lily Lake, Warner Mts..
CAS-BOT198029CASLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiWheeler, Louis Cutter37891935-8-5 ModocLittle Lily Lake, Warner Mts.
CAS-BOT198030CASLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiPaulson, K.; Paulson, Robert701988-7-9 ModocNear Poison Lake, Warner Mts..
CAS-BOT94932CASLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiWenk, R. C.5292006-7-23 SiskiyouCoffee Creek Road, Big Flat Meadow, along Yellow Rose Mine trail to Dorleska Mine
CHSC109492CHSCLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiL. P. Janeway110022012-7-26 ModocWarner Mountains. Along dirt road west of and above Little Lily Lake 2.3 air km north of Mt. Vida. T4 N R15E S11 NE1/4 of SW1/4 USGS Quadrangle: Mount Bidwell 1:24,000
DAV301002DAVLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiSchoolcrft et al29162000-7-17 ModocModoc County: N. Warner Mountains, east of Poison Lake.
HSC215652HSCLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiThomas W. Nelson92842004-7-4 HumboldtAlong Bald Hills Rd. near French Camp, 1.5 mi. from Johnson Rd. and Elk Canon
HSC215658HSCLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiThomas W. Nelson92842004-7-4 HumboldtTrinity River Bar down stream from the mouth of Willow Creek
SD7687SDLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiMrs. R. M. Austins.n. PlumasMt. Dyer
UCSB013490UCSBLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiBlakley, E.; Muller, Katherine35651960-7-13 MonoCrooked Creek Laboratory, White Mountains
UCSB013491UCSBLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiGeorge K. Helmkamp1973-6-14 MonoHot Creek Road, ca. 5 mi. E of US 395
UCSB013492UCSBLeptosiphon nuttallii subsp. nuttalliiClare B. Hardham130431965-8-20 SiskiyouNear the Cudahy Lakes; on the Granite Trail; Marble Mountains

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