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    You searched for: Parnassia cirrata cirrata

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      F  CCH1_AIDherbscientific namecollectorcoll. num.formatted datecountylocality
    CAS-BOT110601CASParnassia cirrata var. cirrataShaw; Illingsworth1481900-08-01 San BernardinoSan Bernardino Mountains.
    CAS-BOT110602CASParnassia cirrata var. cirrataRoos, J. C.s.n.1965-09-11 San BernardinoAt quarry in Mill Creek Canyon, San Bernardino Mountains.
    CAS-BOT110603CASParnassia cirrataWheeler, Louis C.s.n.1970-09-10 Los AngelesSan Gabriel Mountains. South Fork Alder Gulch.
    CAS-BOT110604CASParnassia cirrataNelson, J. K.; Lenz, Martin2004-1082004-09-02 TrinityTamarack Creek Basin, west of Castle Crags, ca. 45 miles northwest of Redding.
    CAS-BOT110605CASParnassia cirrataQuick, C. R.50-461950-09-05 TehamaDeer Creek Road between Chico and Lassen Peak.
    CHSC62582CHSCParnassia cirrata var. cirrataL. P. Janeway45571993-08-30 TrinitySlope northeast of Picayune Lake in drainage of Picayune Creek. T3 N R0 W S23 center of W1-2 USGS Quadrangle: Mumbo Basin 1:24,000
    CHSC78534CHSCParnassia cirrata var. cirrataVernon H. Oswald99542000-08-28 SiskiyouEast border of Kangaroo Lake. T4 N R0 W S14 NE1-4 of NE1-4 USGS Quadrangle: Scott Mountain 1:24,000
    CHSC86258CHSCParnassia cirrataMartin J. Lenz422003-09-19 SiskiyouApprox. 2000 ft. SW of Panorama Rd. underpass, Dunsmuir. UTM: Zone 10 559966E 4560 N. T39N R0 W S35 SE1-4 of NE1-4 USGS Quadrangle: Dunsmuir 1:24,000
    CHSC86259CHSCParnassia cirrataMartin J. Lenz382003-09-11 ShastaApprox. 3.7 air mi. WNW of Sims Fire Sta., near Roseburg Resources. Co. 160G road, approx. 2000 ft. north of North Fork of Shotgun Cr. UTM: Zone 10 547 N 4547 W. T37N R05W S10 NE1-4 of SW1-4 USGS Quadrangle: Chicken Hawk Hill 1:24,000
    CLARK-A1528-4109CLARKParnassia cirrataJohn C. Roos1965-09-11 San BernardinoSan Bernardino Mountains
    CLARK-A1528-4110CLARKParnassia cirrataJohn C. Roos29721946-09-04 San BernardinoSan Bernardino Mountains
    CLARK-A1528-5334CLARKParnassia cirrataJohn C. Roos29721946-09-04 San BernardinoSan Bernardino Mountains
    GH00057121GHParnassia cirrataS. B. Parish ; W. F. Parish1561879-01-01 San BernardinoSan Bernadino Mountain
    HSC100087HSCParnassia cirrataMartin J. Lenz24582005-09-09 TrinityShasta-Trinity National Forest, just E of mouth of Mumbo Creek.
    JEPS104438UCJEPSParnassia cirrata var. intermediaMartin J. Lenz432003-09-19 Siskiyouapprox. 2000 ft SW of Panorama Road underpass, Dunsmuir
    JEPS104439UCJEPSParnassia cirrata var. intermediaMartin J. Lenz412003-09-17 Shastaapprox. 3.9 air mi W of Sims Fire Station, near Roseburg Resources Co. 160G road, approx 400 N of North Fork of Shotgun Creek
    JEPS104440UCJEPSParnassia cirrata var. intermediaMartin J. Lenz392003-09-11 Shastaapprox. 3.7 air mi WNW of Sims Fire Station, near Roseberg Resources Co. 160G road; approx. 2000 N of North Fork of Shotgun Creek
    JEPS106485UCJEPSParnassia cirrataJ. K. Nelson2004-972004-08-31 SiskiyouGumboot Meadow, 1-2 N of Gumboot Lake, S of Road 40N26, headwaters south fork Sacramento River; ca. 20 W of Mount Shasta City
    JEPS111011UCJEPSParnassia cirrataJ. K. Nelson, Martin Lenz2004-1082004-09-02 TrinityTamarack Creek basin, west of Castle Crags, ca. 45 miles NW of Redding.
    JEPS117867UCJEPSParnassia cirrata var. intermediaJ. K. Nelson, Martin Lenz2004-1082004-09-02 TrinityTamarack Creek basin, west of Castle Crags, ca 45 miles NW of Redding.
    PASA2240PASAParnassia cirrataFrank W. Peirson1923-08-24 San BernardinoVivian Creek, San Bernardino Mts.
    POM17924RSAParnassia cirrataP. A. Munz76151923-08-24 San BernardinoVivian Creek
    POM8132RSAParnassia cirrataFordyce Grinnell Jr.s.n.1917-09-02 Los AngelesAbove Coldbrook.
    RSA211096RSAParnassia cirrata var. intermediaWilliam J. Ferlatte10601967-08-20 SiskiyouA flora of the Trinity Alps: Caribou Basin, Sawtooth Ridge; Steep north facing slope.
    RSA250470RSAParnassia cirrataRobert F. Thorne373821967-10-10 Los AngelesSan Gabriel Mountains, Angeles National Forest: Yucca Flats Summer Housing Tract.
    RSA467323RSAParnassia cirrataThekla Mohr30691915-07-01 Los AngelesS. Fork San Gabriel River.
    RSA467324RSAParnassia cirrataThekla Mohr3012 Los AngelesNorth Fork, San Gabriel River.
    RSA604147RSAParnassia cirrataLouis C. Wheelers.n.1970-09-10 Los AngelesSan Gabriel Mountains: South Fork Alder Gulch.
    RSA622846RSAParnassia cirrataLouis C. Wheelers.n.1968-07-03 Los AngelesSan Gabriel Mountains: West of heliport.
    RSA640174RSAParnassia cirrataLouis C. Wheeler86421964-11-06 Los AngelesNorth fork San Gabriel River: Yucca Flat, near falling spring between Coldbrook and Crystal Lake.
    RSA662540RSAParnassia cirrata var. cirrataJ. C. Rooss.n.1965-09-11 San BernardinoAt the quarry in Mill Creek Canon, San Bernardino Mountains
    RSA729414RSAParnassia cirrata var. cirrataR. G. Swinney69941998-10-03 Los AngelesSan Gabriel Mtns.: upper Fish Fork San Gabriel River., c. 1-2 mile east (upstream) from upper Fish Fork Campground, above 2nd waterfall in tributary from N side of San Antonio Ridge.; Mount San Antonio 7.5 Q
    RSA734166RSAParnassia cirrataKeith E. Hoffmaster2641934-04-24 San BernardinoDobbs Canon.
    RSA74574RSAParnassia cirrataJ. C. Roos29721946-09-04 San BernardinoVivian Creek
    RSA84252RSAParnassia cirrataF. W. Peirson39801923-08-24 San BernardinoVivian Creek
    SD230294SDParnassia cirrataLouis C. Wheelers.n.1970-09-10 Los AngelesSan Gabriel Mountains: South Fork Alder Gulch.
    SD280872SDParnassia cirrata var. cirrataJ.C. Rooss.n.1965-09-11 San Bernardinoat quarry in Mill Creek Canon, San Bernardion Mountains
    SPIF00901SPIFParnassia cirrata var. intermediaS. Puentes, Botany Crews.n.2008-08-14 TrinityChicken Hawk Hill 7.5 USGS quad. Visit of DFG Occurrence #1; Tamarack Creek Basin, West of Castle Crags, ca. 45 miles NW of Redding; On W side of road, ca. .5 mile north of Tamarack Lake. Darlingtonia-Canon ultramafic soil, surrounded by montane mixed conifer forest. Growing in wetter area with Darlingtonia and Caltha rather than in areas dominated by graminoides.
    SPIF00902SPIFParnassia cirrata var. intermediaBotany Crews.n.2008-08-06 TrinityWhisky Bill Peak 7.5 USGS quad. ˜ 1.52 miles south of Red Mountain on a stream below Forest Service Road 3 N08Y. Tributary to Halls Gulch drainage. Growing in moist soil along stream edge and in meadowy seeps draining into the stream. Zero to 20 percent slope with southwest aspect. Growing along with Canonia californica, Rhododendron occidentale, Quercus vaccinifolia, Pinus ponderosa, Lilium sp., Trifolium sp., Helianthella californica, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana, Cypripedium californicum, Platanthera stricta, and Adiantum aleuticum. Lat-Lon collected by GPS.
    SPIF00903SPIFParnassia cirrata var. intermediaAllison Lovelesss.n.2008-08-14 TrinityWhisky Bill Peak 7.5 USGS quad. ˜ 0.3 mile north of Highland Lakes. Growing in a drainage with a meadow dominated by Darlingtonia californica, Aster sp., Lotus sp., Juncus sp., Carex sp., and Senecio triangularis within a mixed conifer forest. Ultramafic soil, 0% canopy, S aspect. Penstemon filiformis grows north of occurrence near road. 1000+ individuals. 50% flowering. Lat-Lon collected by GPS.
    STNF-4647313-TEMPAIDSTNFParnassia cirrataHee, Brown2005-09-07 TrinityLake Eleanor
    STNF-4647314-TEMPAIDSTNFParnassia cirrataHee, Brown2005-09-07 TrinityLake Eleanor
    UC154825UCJEPSParnassia cirrata var. cirrataR. J. Smith1903-08-01 San BernardinoMount San Bernardino, type locality
    UCR0048786UCRParnassia cirrataR.G. Swinney69941998-10-03 Los Angelesupper Fish Fork San Gabriel River, c. 1-2 mile east (upstream) from Upper Fish Fork Campground, tributary from N side of San Antonio Ridge
    UCR0048787UCRParnassia cirrataLouis C. Wheelers.n.1970-09-10 Los AngelesSouth Fork of Alder Gulch
    UCR0048788UCRParnassia cirrataLouis C. Wheelers.n.1968-07-03 Los Angeles[Pigeon Ridge] west of heliport
    UCR0048789UCRParnassia cirrataScott D. White8111992-09-12 San BernardinoSan Gorgonio Wilderness Area. Momyer Creek trail, in Mill Creek Canon, c. 0.5 mile (airline) north of town of Forest Falls. Along Alger Creek
    UCR0048790UCRParnassia cirrataScott D. White18951993-10-10 San BernardinoMill Creek Canon, Falls Creek near historic Dobbs Cabin site, NE of Forest Falls
    UCR0048791UCRParnassia cirrataJohn C. Rooss.n.1965-09-11 San Bernardinoquarry near Mill Creek
    UCSB009250UCSBParnassia cirrata var. cirrataJohn C. Roos1965-09-11 San BernardinoAt quarry in Mill Creek Canon, San Bernardino Mtns.

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