Dataset: SCIR
Taxa: malacothrix => Malacothrix, Malacothrix
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Santa Cruz Island Reserve Herbarium


SCIR
Malacothrix saxatilis Torr. & Gray
UCSB_SCIRH001771Tim Frank   22361983-03-25
United States, California, Santa Barbara, @ 1.4 km SW of Prisoners' Harbor and 0.6km NW of Canada de Porto, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 229m

SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH001389D. Roberts   3791981-03-25
United States, California, Santa Barbara, 1.7 km SSE of Coches Point, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 229m

SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH001916W. R. Ferren   9541986-03-27
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Along margin of old road 1.5 km NW of gate and water trough, Pinos de la Calera, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Malacothrix saxatilis Torr. & Gray
UCSB_SCIRH001988B. Hendrickson   9911987-03-24
East expsure, Canada Posa, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 10m

SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH0091Marla Daily   1081976-09-12
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Del Norte; north-facing slope above beach, Santa Cruz Island, 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH0092Marla Daily   5501978-11-18
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Top of cliff under Monterey Cypress at Sauces, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH0093Marla Daily   1611976-09-17
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Valley Anchorage; creekbed north of GM, Santa Cruz Island, 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH00BS991B. Hendrickson   9911987-03-24
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Canada Poza, Santa Cruz Island, 34.016528 -119.771088, 10m


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