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Biodiversity data provided by the participants of the Consortium of California Herbaria (Accessed through CCH1 Data Portal, ucjeps.berkeley.edu/consortium/, 2022 October 01.

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An accepted name was found==>Parnassia cirrata var. intermedia.
Synonyms were NOT found.

You searched for: Parnassia cirrata%intermedia

  F CCH1_AIDherbscientific namecoll. namecoll. num.formatted datecountylocality
JEPS104438UCJEPSParnassia cirrata var. intermediaMartin J. Lenz432003-9-19 Siskiyouapprox. 2000 ft SW of Panorama Road underpass, Dunsmuir
JEPS104439UCJEPSParnassia cirrata var. intermediaMartin J. Lenz412003-9-17 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. Lenz392003-9-11 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
JEPS117867UCJEPSParnassia cirrata var. intermediaJ. K. Nelson, Martin Lenz2004-1082004-9-2 TrinityTamarack Creek basin, west of Castle Crags, ca 45 miles NW of Redding.
RSA211096RSAParnassia cirrata var. intermediaWilliam J. Ferlatte10601967-8-20 SiskiyouA flora of the Trinity Alps: Caribou Basin, Sawtooth Ridge; Steep north facing slope.

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