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

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Santa Cruz Island Reserve Herbarium


SCIR
Lithophragma cymbalaria Torr. & A. Gray
UCSB_SCIRH001394Dar Roberts   21061981-03-23
United States, California, Santa Barbara, 1.25km due north of Field Station, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 259m

SCIR
Lithophragma cymbalaria Torr. & A. Gray
UCSB_SCIRH001626Dar Roberts   6481982-03-24
United States, California, Santa Barbara, 0.7 km west of Devils Peak, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 610m

SCIR
Lithophragma cymbalaria Torr. & A. Gray
UCSB_SCIRH001741T. Frank   5991983-03-23
United States, California, Santa Barbara, On Valley Road about 5 miles east of Centinela Gate, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Lithophragma cymbalaria Torr. & A. Gray
UCSB_SCIRH00484Marla Daily   361976-04-22
United States, California, Santa Barbara, .2 km East of Embudo trough, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Lithophragma cymbalaria Torr. & A. Gray
UCSB_SCIRH00485Marla Daily   61976-03-29
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Moist shaded areas in Islay Canyon, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Lithophragma cymbalaria Torr. & A. Gray
UCSB_SCIRH00976B. Baldwin   3381980-03-26
United States, California, Santa Barbara, On North facing slope at edge of Oak woodland, on Ridge 1 mile S.W. of Devils Peak, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Lithophragma cymbalaria Torr. & A. Gray
UCSB_SCIRH00984S. Clark   3271980-03-25
United States, California, Santa Barbara, On N.E. Slping ridge above pine forest. Eastern Pine Forest, 11km. east of Research Station, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 305m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.