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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 September 30.

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CCH1 Portal. 2022. Biodiversity data provided by the participants of the Consortium of California Herbaria (https://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/consortium/ Accessed on September 30).

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An accepted name was found==>Thysanocarpus rigidus.
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  F CCH1_AIDherbscientific namecoll. namecoll. num.formatted datecountylocality
RSA0010417RSAThysanocarpus rigidusP. A. Munz97011925-5-16 San DiegoNear Laguna Camp, Laguna Mts.
RSA0042703RSAThysanocarpus rigidusP. A. Munz65891923-3-14 Los AngelesNorth of Claremont.
RSA0042702RSAThysanocarpus rigidusLeRoy Gross2126-a2005-4-28 Los AngelesRidgeline to Mt. Emma and canyon south of this ridge. West from Mt. Emma (northwest trending ridge, lower part of ridgeline starts to turn southwest.) East of Mt. Emma Road.; Pacifico Mtn. 7.5 Quad.Then dropped off ridge into canyon bottom back to origin. General collecting started from a slight decline bench south of the ridgeline.
RSA0042705RSAThysanocarpus rigidusF. W. Peirsons.n.1926-4-13 San BernardinoMojave River.
SD2010SDThysanocarpus rigidusRalph W. Sumners.n. San DiegoVallecito (mak 11/07)
SD135185SDThysanocarpus rigidusJerilyn Hirshberg2121993-4-23 San DiegoEdge of Pacific Crest Trail about « mile north of Kwaaymii Point. Rocky area.

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