Dataset: SD-Plants
Taxa: Santalaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Phoradendron leucarpum subsp. tomentosum (DC.) J.R.Abbott & R.L.Thomps.
Reid Moran   230641976-05-03
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Sierra San Pedro Martir; Llano el Conejo, 5.5 km SW of San Antonio, 31.19167 -115.64167, 1275m

SD:Plants
Phoradendron leucarpum subsp. tomentosum (DC.) J.R.Abbott & R.L.Thomps.
Reid Moran   249451977-09-18
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, ca. 4 km N 60 deg E of Cerro Pinon, 31.64167 -115.99583, 1100m

SD:Plants
Phoradendron leucarpum subsp. tomentosum (DC.) J.R.Abbott & R.L.Thomps.
Reid Moran   245381977-08-20
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Sierra San pedro Martir; on south slope 1 km NE of El Socorro, 30.975 -115.64167, 1350m

SD:Plants
Phoradendron leucarpum subsp. tomentosum (DC.) J.R.Abbott & R.L.Thomps.
SD00061000Dick Swinney   200752017-09-18
United States, California, Los Angeles, San Gabriel Mountains, Mount Lowe Trail Camp (Mount Lowe Campground, historic Lowe's Alpine Tavern), in bottom and along slopes of Grand Cyn, along Mt. Lowe Fire Rd. 2N50, Mount Wilson Quad, 34.2261 -118.11, 1347m

SD:Plants
Phoradendron leucarpum subsp. tomentosum (DC.) J.R.Abbott & R.L.Thomps.
SD00061001Dick Swinney   200772017-09-18
United States, California, Los Angeles, San Gabriel Mountains, Mount Lowe Trail Camp (Mount Lowe Campground, historic Lowe's Alpine Tavern), in bottom and along slopes of Grand Cyn, along Mt. Lowe Fire Rd. 2N50, Mount Wilson Quad, 34.2261 -118.11, 1347m

SD:Plants
Phoradendron leucarpum subsp. tomentosum (DC.) J.R.Abbott & R.L.Thomps.
SD00065999Dick Swinney   201612017-10-02
United States, California, Los Angeles, San Gabriel Mountains,Mt. Wilson, Echo Point, narrow ridge (< 3 ft.) jutting out over Big Santa Anita Cyn. at the w. Trailhead of Sturtevant Trail, Mount Wilson Quad, 34.2247 -118.055, 1718m

SD:Plants
Phoradendron leucarpum subsp. tomentosum (DC.) J.R.Abbott & R.L.Thomps.
SD00068161Dick Swinney   201352017-09-27
United States, California, Los Angeles, San Gabriel Mountains, West Fork San Gabriel Canyon, Camp High Hill (Opids Camp), 0.53 air miles s.e. of Red Box Saddle along Red Box-Rincon Road, Chilao Flat Quad, 34.2544 -118.0964, 1297m

SD:Plants
Phoradendron undulatum (Pohl ex DC.) Eichler
M. Nee   106381974-03-17
Panama, Chiriqui, Unknown, Roadsides south side of Boquete., 1050m

SD:Plants
Phoradendron undulatum (Pohl ex DC.) Eichler
M. Nee   106381974-03-17
Panama, Chiriqui, Unknown, Roadsides south side of Boquete., 1050m

SD:Plants
A. C. Sanders   47781984-03-24
Mexico, Chihuahua, Balleza, Sierra Madre Occidental, high plateau on the dirt road from Creel to Parral, 131 miles SE of Creel, 50 miles E. of Rocheachi, and 30 miles west of Balleza., 27 -107, 2286m

SD:Plants
Jodina rhombifolia Hook. & Arn. ex Reissek
Ventun   5881979-00-00
Argentina, Unknown, 300m

SD:Plants
H. Oliva   HOR-12081992-08-25
Mexico, Veracruz, colipa, 6.0 km de Vega de Alatorre rumbo a Colipa.


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