Dataset: SD-Plants
Taxa: halimolobos => Halimolobos, Halimolobos
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Halimolobos jaegeri (Munz) Rollins
SD00027487Steven A. Junak   22761984-08-25
United States, California, Inyo, Narrows at Westgard Pass, 2.3 miles east of Toll House Springs along Highway 168, White Mountains., 37.2542 -118.1608, 2135m

SD:Plants
Halimolobos diffusa (A. Gray) O.E. Schulz
SD00027483Elizabeth Makings   14232002-10-05
United States, Arizona, Cochise, San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Upper San Pedro River Floodplain, near Charleston guage, ca.2.0 miles north of Charleston road., 31.6406 -110.17785, 1144m

SD:Plants
Halimolobos jaegeri (Munz) Rollins
SD00027486Victor Duran   5351930-06-03
United States, California, Inyo, Black Canyon, White Mountains., 37.294 -118.2343, 1735m

SD:Plants
Halimolobos diffusa (A. Gray) O.E. Schulz
SD00025601Jon P. Rebman   252342012-10-06
Mexico, Baja California, Ensenada, Sierra de La Libertad: south of Bahia de Los Angeles; along the trail between Campo Las Blancas and Campo San Joaquin on the high eastern side of the Sierra; on the steep, north-facing slopes on the north end of Mesa Encino., 28.56 -113.573, 1540m

SD:Plants
Halimolobos jaegeri (Munz) Rollins
SD00027485Richard S. Mitchell   17291963-07-11
United States, California, Inyo, The Molly Gibson Canyon, mine road., 37.3169 -118.1565, 2075m

SD:Plants
Halimolobos jaegeri (Munz) Rollins
SD00027488Robert M. Lloyd   29601963-07-11
United States, California, Inyo, Mouth of Mollie Gibson Canyon, at Westgard Pass Road., 37.5 -118.25, 2125m

SD:Plants
Halimolobos jaegeri (Munz) Rollins
SD00027484Darley F. Howe   47791971-09-27
United States, California, San Bernardino, Canyon on Clark Mountains, 35.5188 -115.5842, 1980m


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