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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075233Reid Moran   281241980-02-23
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, 3 km north of Okie Landing, 30.05 -114.6, 10m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075238A.M. Powell   17501970-03-23
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, About 10 mi S of Puertecitos, 30.2265 -114.6681

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075455Jon Rebman   15571993-03-15
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, East of El Marmol on the road to Mina Olvidada , ca. 12 miles east of Route 1., 30 -114.75, 665m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075456Jon Rebman   58951999-04-20
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Isla Angel de la Guarda: west side of island, 29.44056 -113.52306, 50m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075454Jose Delgadillo   s.n.1995-05-01
Mexico, Baja California, Mexicali, km 47 San Felipe-Puertecitos, 31.35 -115.45

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075446John L. Ancerson   998-41998-02-05
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Ca. 9.1 miles south of Puertocito from end of pavement., 30.2345 -114.66583

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075445Jon Rebman   258862013-04-12
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Isla Angel de la Guarda: in first major canyon west of Punta Diablo called Ca¤¢n del Cajon de las Palmas; along the canyon bottom just south of the slot canyon termed El Cajon de las Palmas, 29.21208 -113.23885, 305m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075444J. Mark Porter   114491997-02-22
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, San Felipe Desert, ca. 4.5 milse S of Puertocitos, along the Puertocitos-San Luis Gonzaga road, ca. 0.25 miles N of Playa Christina., 30.29453 -114.65548, 30m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075229Reid Moran   72031959-03-23
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, 29.23333 -113.31667, 200m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075228Reid Moran   72651959-03-26
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Isla Angel de la Guarda; Pond Island, 29.06532 -113.08846, 10m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075227Reid Moran   81811960-04-15
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Isla Angel de la Guarda; Arroyo Estaton, 29.15743 -113.30798, 100m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075230Reid Moran   104081963-03-20
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Isla Angel de la Guarda; N-facing slope, near Refugio Bay, 29.52076 -113.55152, 200m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075225Reid Moran   104771963-03-22
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Summit of peak ca. 4 miles SE of Refugio Bay, Isla Angel de la Guarda, 29.50356 -113.51358, 1020m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075449Reid Moran   102331963-02-26
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, arroyo back of salt flat at SE side of Bahia de Los Angeles, 28.9 -113.46667, 5m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075450Reid Moran   103521963-03-04
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, volcanic slope W of Cerro Prieto, 30.22494 -114.66696, 100m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075451Reid Moran   102691963-03-01
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, 1« miles E of Agua Amarga, north slope, 29.03333 -113.8, 200m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075452Reid Moran   86631962-03-17
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Angel de la Guarda; on berm, south end of Pond Island Bay, 29.05219 -113.11197, 5m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075453Reid Moran   86681962-03-17
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Isla Angel de La Gaurda; inland, south end of Pond Island Bay, 29.05219 -113.11197, 5m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00035928Reid Moran   129211966-04-20
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Isla Angel de la Guarda, summit of Cerro Angel, 29.45632 -113.51646, 1100m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075232Reid Moran   129791966-04-22
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Isla Angel de la Guarda: on ridge SW of Pond Island, common to Pond Island Bay, 29.04568 -113.13562, 200m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075448Reid Moran   130741966-04-30
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Sierra San Borja; ridge below Santa Marta Mine, 28.9019 -113.5874, 850m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075236Reid Moran   126751966-03-15
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Cuesta la Ley, 28.29753 -113.10602, 600m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075235Reid Moran   128771966-03-23
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, rocky hillside just south of Okie Landing, 30.01835 -114.56941, 10m

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075234M.L. Stinson   s.n.1974-03-18
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Punta Rocosa, East side Isla Angel de la Guarda, 29.28325 -113.18407

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075447Margie Stinson   s.n.1974-03-18
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, sand wash, Pta. Rocosa, Angel de la Guarda Island, 29.28325 -113.18407

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075226M. L. Stinson   s.n.1974-03-18
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Punta Rocosa, east side Isla Angel de la Guarda., 29.28325 -113.18407

SD:Plants
Bryantiella palmeri (S. Watson) J. M. Porter
SD00075237G.L. Webster   182401973-03-29
Mexico, Baja California, Unknown, Sandy flats, Bahia San Luis Gonzaga, 29.75 -114.41667


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