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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Angophora costata (Gaertner) Britton
Tim Snyder   s.n.1988-09-03
United States, California, Los Angeles, Monrovia, Recreation Park on Shamrock Street. Wsst end of park, 34.14576 -117.99052

SD:Plants
Gay Dorius   722004-06-09
United States, California, San Diego, High on North facing slope inside newly fenced private property on E.W. leg of small isolated canyon behind Boys Club that abutts to S. side of Clairemont Mesa Blvd. & 1&1/2 Blks E. of Genesee Ave. above Tecolote Canyon, 32.8325 -117.1881, 113m

SD:Plants
Angophora costata (Gaertner) Britton
L. R. Landrum   109642004-08-03
United States, California, San Diego, Ex hort, East San Diego near Hwy 8 (jag 12/07), 4m

SD:Plants
Reid Moran   118141964-06-15
United States, California, San Mateo, Ex hort. Palo Alto.

SD:Plants
Austin Griffiths, Jr.   43871961-07-10
Australia, Queensland, Unknown, Ex hort. Brisbane Bot. Gards. LASCA Ac.#59-S-919; location, E-7-SE

SD:Plants
Angophora costata (Gaertner) Britton
Austin Griffiths, Jr.   53021967-05-31
United States, California, San Francisco, Ex hort. Golden Gate Park; LASCA Ac. #54-S-1694; location, K-10-SW

SD:Plants
Angophora costata (Gaertner) Britton
Austin Griffiths, Jr.   53021967-05-31
United States, California, San Francisco, Ex hort. Golden Gate Park. LASCA Ac. #54-S-1694; location, K-10-SW

SD:Plants
Angophora costata (Gaertner) Britton
Austin Griffiths, Jr.   45741962-06-26
Australia, Unknown, Ex hort. Sydney Bot. Gards, N. S. W. Australia; LASCA Ac. #53-S-22; location, D-7-NE.

SD:Plants
Helen V. Witham   9721970-07-07
United States, California, Los Angeles, Ex hort. LASCA 59-S-919. E 7/SE


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