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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Amphiscirpus nevadensis (S. Watson) Oteng-Yeb.
George Helmkamp   s.n.1988-09-08
United States, California, Mono, Southwest side of Mono lake, between the lake and US. Hwy 395. Growing in tufa in moist alkaline seep., 37.9652 -119.1139, 1951m

SD:Plants
Amphiscirpus nevadensis (S. Watson) Oteng-Yeb.
John Thomas Howell   544851981-08-11
United States, California, Mono, Saline flats, 4 miles northeast of Highway 395 on Benton Crossing Road, Long Valley., 37.6641 -118.7813, 2149m

SD:Plants
Amphiscirpus nevadensis (S. Watson) Oteng-Yeb.
John Thomas Howell   410021964-10-24
United States, California, Mono, Saline strand of Mono Lake near Lee Vining., 37.9759 -119.1114, 2073m


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Google Map

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