Dataset: SCIR
Taxa: Erodium
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Santa Cruz Island Reserve Herbarium


SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH001596W. R. Ferren   5141982-03-24
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Grove of Quercus agrifolia; N-facing slope, 0.8 km NW of Devil's Peak, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 615m

SCIR
Erodium cicutarium (L.) L'Hér. ex Ait.
UCSB_SCIRH001635Holly Forbes   4941982-03-24
1.9km SW of Devil's Peak on road to Lagonitas Secas from Centinella Grade top, Santa Cruz Island, 34.016528 -119.771088, 445m

SCIR
Erodium moschatum (L.) L'Hér. ex Ait.
UCSB_SCIRH001740H. C. Forbes   7521983-03-24
United States, California, Santa Barbara, On NE-facing steep slope of chaparral on igneious rock outcrop; @ 0.4 mile S of ridge road in first canyon E of western road to Coches Prietos, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 238m

SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH00270Marla Daily   2591977-03-28
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Behind staff house, UCSB field station, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Erodium cicutarium (L.) L'Hér. ex Ait.
UCSB_SCIRH00271Marla Daily   3891977-06-05
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Christy creekbed gravel, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Erodium cicutarium (L.) L'Hér. ex Ait.
UCSB_SCIRH00272Marla Daily   131976-04-01
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Base of Islay Canyon at Camino Viejo, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Erodium moschatum (L.) L'Hér. ex Ait.
UCSB_SCIRH00273Marla Daily   2601977-03-28
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Behind staff house; UBSB field station, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Erodium moschatum (L.) L'Hér. ex Ait.
UCSB_SCIRH00274Marla Daily   1921977-02-16
United States, California, Santa Barbara, West end, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088


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