Dataset: SCIR
Taxa: clarkia => Clarkia,Clarkia delicata,Clarkia purpurea,Clarkia rhomboidea,Clarkia unguiculata,Clarkia amoena subsp. whitneyi, Clarkia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Santa Cruz Island Reserve Herbarium


SCIR
Clarkia epilobioides (Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray) A. Nels. & J.F. Macbr.
UCSB_SCIRH001463Marla Daily   7221982-05-08
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Scattered in canyon west of Portesuela Ranch site, .4 miles east of Descanso del Caballo, Santa Cruz Island, 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Clarkia epilobioides (Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray) A. Nels. & J.F. Macbr.
UCSB_SCIRH001952M. L. Fulton   24501985-03-28
South side of the caves in Laguna Canyon on Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 76m

SCIR
Clarkia epilobioides (Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray) A. Nels. & J.F. Macbr.
UCSB_SCIRH00325Marla Daily   2851977-04-26
United States, California, Santa Barbara, North-facing slope below Field station, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Clarkia epilobioides (Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray) A. Nels. & J.F. Macbr.
UCSB_SCIRH00326M. Hocberg   4701978-03-23
United States, California, Santa Barbara, .5 miles east of field station on ridge of north-facing slope, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH00709K. Simmions   SC-91979-05-20
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Cascada Falls, 1.2 miles west of Reserve Field Station along valley road, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 21m

SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH00831Marla Daily   6791979-05-29
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Cascada Canyon, Santa Cruz Island, 34.016528 -119.771088


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