Dataset: BRY-V
Taxa: Adenostoma
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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611837Bradley J Kayl   371994-05-12
USA, California, Los Angeles, Santa Monica Mtns. Tapia park. Malibu.

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610361Eric Luning   52003-04-15
USA, California, San Luis Obispo, Reservoir Canyon Trail., 36.97426 -122.03476

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BRYV0034018David Keil   197701986-09-27
U.S.A., California, San Luis Obispo, Ca. 1/2 mile E of Pine Canyon Forest Station along California 166. Slopes around dry bed of Cuyama River.

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BRYV0165226R. G. Swinney   114022009-07-29
U.S.A., California, Los Angeles, Transverse Range; San Gabriel Mtns.: Horse Flats, 1 air mile NNW of NewcombÕs Ranch at Hwy 2/Angeles Crest Hwy. (Chilao Flat 7.5Õ)., 34.34277 -118.01, 1720m

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BRYV0165525R. G. Swinney   112792009-06-24
U.S.A., California, Los Angeles, Transverse Range; San Gabriel Mtns.: summit of Roundtop Mountain, south end of USFS rd. #n90, 2.3 rd. miles south of Pacifico Mtn. Rd. (Chilao Flat 7.5Õ)., 34.35277 -118.06777, 1909 - 1929m

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BRYV0159126R. G. Swinney   148722011-05-26
U.S.A., California, Los Angeles, San Gabriel Mountains: 0.3-0.5 miles south of Aliso Canyon Road, 2 miles west of Angeles Forest Hwy, nameless cyn. to the east of Beartrap Cyn. (Pacifico Mtn. 7.5Õ)., 34.42777 -118.11638, 1061 - 1073m

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BRYV0154564David Keil   337212016-03-15
U.S.A., California, San Luis Obispo, Southern foothills of San Luis Range. Wild Cherry Ranch west of Avila Beach. Survey area 5., 35.19182 -120.76314, 180 - 225m

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BRYV0000028A. A. Heller   1903-06-22
U.S.A., California, Monterey, On the Salinas road near Del Monte.

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BRYV0000029A. A. Heller   1903-06-22
U.S.A., California, Monterey, On the Salinas road near Del Monte.

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BRYV0206638Tim Ross   59281991-09-02
U.S.A., California, Los Angeles, Santa Monica Mountains: near Mulholland Highway x Yerba Buena Road; Triunfo Pass USGS 7.5Õ quadrangle., 488m


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