Dataset: PAC-
Search Criteria: Mexico; Baja California; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Pennsylvania State University Herbarium


PAC
PAC0096809Reid Moran   180521970-07-20
Mexico, Baja California, road N of Corral de Sam, 31.066667 -115.566667, 2000m

PAC
PAC0096786Reid Moran   185691971-09-25
Mexico, Baja California, La Mesa, SE of Tijuana, 32.5 -116.95, 150m

PAC
PAC0096791Reid Moran   143871967-08-20
Mexico, Baja California, Santa Rosa, 30.8 -115.35, 2050m

PAC
Chenopodium leptophyllum (Moq.) Nutt. ex S. Wats.
PAC0096794Reid Moran   143051967-08-18
Mexico, Baja California, Ensenada, La Encantada, 30.916667 -115.4, 2200m

PAC
PAC0096792Reid Moran   163141969-07-05
Mexico, Baja California, Rancho el Portero, 30.916667 -115.633333, 875m

PAC
PAC0096802Reid Moran   151831968-06-27
Mexico, Baja California, Cedros Island: arroyo mouth on east side 4 miles from north end, 28.3166667 -115.1916667, 5m

PAC
Chenopodium californicum (S. Watson) S. Watson
PAC0096804Reid Moran   165391969-08-10
Mexico, Baja California, Los Encinos, 31.05 -115.65, 1400m

PAC
PAC0096808Reid Moran   165291969-08-09
Mexico, Baja California, 3 miles above Rancho San Pedro Martir on road to Sam’s Corral, 31.0666667 -115.5833333, 1850m

PAC
PAC0096789Reid Moran   141871967-08-16
Mexico, Baja California, Yerba Buena. Sierra San Pedro Martir, 31 -115.45, 2475m

PAC
PAC0096790Reid Moran   155891968-08-31
Mexico, Baja California, Rancho El Topo, Sierra Juarez, 32.25 -116, 1500m

PAC
PAC0095500Marcus E. Jones   37441882-04-10
Mexico, Baja California, Encenada

PAC
PAC0097477C. Ritchie Bell   13551953-02-04
Mexico, Baja California, 6 miles N of American Smelter Company mine (which is 4.4 miles NW of Rancho Arenoso). Baja Calfornia, Norte


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