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

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Santa Cruz Island Reserve Herbarium


SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH000005Marla Daily   3201977-04-27
United States, California, Santa Barbara, 2nd gate on road to Coches from the Main Ranch, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Dichelostemma pulchellum (Salisb.) Heller
UCSB_SCIRH000006Marla Daily   1941977-02-16
United States, California, Santa Barbara, West End, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Dichelostemma pulchellum (Salisb.) Heller
UCSB_SCIRH000007Marla Daily   4481978-03-23
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Pasture west of Sherwood forest, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH001205Marla Daily   6401979-04-16
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Hillside across from the Main Ranch at junction del Puerto,Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Dichelostemma pulchellum (Salisb.) Heller
UCSB_SCIRH00917B. Collins   20151980-03-26
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Willows Canyon Road, 4.5 km. SE of Field Station, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 30m

SCIR
Dichelostemma pulchellum (Salisb.) Heller
UCSB_SCIRH001999B. Hendrickson   9831987-03-23
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Rocky ledges immediately East of La Cascada, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088, 152m

SCIR
UCSB_SCIRH00005Marla Daily   3201977-04-27
United States, California, Santa Barbara, 2nd gate on road to Coches from the Main Ranch, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Dichelostemma pulchellum (Salisb.) Heller
UCSB_SCIRH00006Marla Daily   1941977-02-16
United States, California, Santa Barbara, West end, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088

SCIR
Dichelostemma pulchellum (Salisb.) Heller
UCSB_SCIRH00007Marla Daily   4481978-03-23
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Pasture west of Sherwood forest, Santa Cruz Island., 34.016528 -119.771088


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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.