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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
SD00060022Jerilyn Hirshberg   s.n.1988-05-30
United States, California, San Diego, Moist, shaded area of gabbro soil, Azalea Spring, Cuyamaca, Rancho State Park, 32.95949 -116.60031, 1640m

SD:Plants
SD00021862Brian Elliott   671998-05-25
United States, Colorado, Pueblo, Wet Mountains, Wet Mountain Valley, Sangre de Cristo Range and vicinity; Greenhorn Road just south of Colorado Highway 165 over Greenhorn Creek., 1817m

SD:Plants
SD00021863Ronald L. Hartman   605541998-05-23
United States, Colorado, Fremont, Wet Mountains, Wet Mountain Valley, Sangre de Cristo Range and vicinity; County Road 19 just south of County Road 108, ca. 6.0 air miles southsoutheast of Florence., 1524m

SD:Plants
SD00021861Arnold Tiehm   162882011-05-31
United States, Nevada, Pershing, Humboldt Range, American Canyon, 0.7 road miles E of paved road to Coeur Rochester Mine., 40.30958 -118.13658, 1859m

SD:Plants
SD00021860Arnold Tiehm   164362012-06-18
United States, Nevada, White Pine, Ruby Mountains, Little Bald Mountain south of Overland Pass, WSW of the peak., 39.92515 -115.56935, 2438m

SD:Plants
SD00021868Mitch Provance   416-762016-04-27
United States, California, Kern, Tehachapi Mountains: Monolith, W side of Jameson Rd, adjacent to SE corner of SCE Highwind Laydown Yard (Tehachapi South 7.5'Q), 35.10778 -118.37917, 1227m

SD:Plants
SD00021864Edith A. Purer   7550A1938-07-07
United States, Alaska, Unknown, Roadside, near Valdez

SD:Plants
SD00021867Darley F. Howe   19861949-06-05
United States, California, San Diego, Chula Vista, 32.64005 -117.08419

SD:Plants
SD00021865Steve Stephens   301371969-04-25
United States, Kansas, Elk, 1.0 mile east of Longton

SD:Plants
SD00021866Steve Stephens   305851969-05-14
United States, Kansas, Osage, 0.5 mile south of Olivet; railroad right of way.


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.