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

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


BRY:V
Cardionema ramosissimum (Weinm.) Nels. & Macbr.
BRYV0187657Robert A. Norris   45561983-07-30
U.S.A., California, San Francisco, At border of conifer forest near clearing N of Lobos Creek, ca. 1/2 mile inland from Bakers Beach, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.

BRY:V
Cardionema ramosissimum (Weinm.) Nels. & Macbr.
BRYV0187656K. Thorne   36411984-11-21
U.S.A., California, Sonoma, Sea Ranch, 2.5 miles S Gualala, stabilized coast dunes old sheep ranch.

BRY:V
Cardionema ramosissimum (Weinm.) Nels. & Macbr.
BRYV0187655K. Thorne   s.n.1985-06-08
U.S.A., California, San Diego, El Camino Real, between Carlsbad and Oceanside, Coast Mts.

BRY:V
Cardionema ramosissimum (Weinm.) Nels. & Macbr.
BRYV0187654Lewis S. Rose   561291956-07-16
U.S.A., California, Sonoma, Bodega Point sand dunes., 9m

BRY:V
Cardionema ramosissimum (Weinm.) Nels. & Macbr.
BRYV0187653John A. Churchill M.D.   7441961974-04-19
U.S.A., California, Monterey, Pacific Grove coastal dunes at Point Pinos.

BRY:V
Cardionema ramosissimum (Weinm.) Nels. & Macbr.
BRYV0187652Richard R. Halse   58182000-06-22
U.S.A., Oregon, Lincoln, Newport; along the South Jetty Road., 2m

BRY:V
Cardionema ramosissimum (Weinm.) Nels. & Macbr.
BRYV0187651Steven D. Glenn   116672008-08-18
U.S.A., Oregon, Lincoln, Pacific coast, 1.5-2 miles south of Yaquina Bay inlet., 5 - 5m

BRY:V
Cardionema ramosissimum (Weinm.) Nels. & Macbr.
BRYV0187650D. Atwood   176891993-03-27
U.S.A., California, Riverside, Corona Del Mar State Park along Newport Coast drive., 30 - 30m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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