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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Clifton F. Smith   27301950-05-01
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, On hills near home of Eben McMillan, south of summit of Palo Prieto Pass, 35.617 -120.1963, 671m

SD:Plants
John Thomas Howell   138271938-05-28
United States, California, Merced, Los Banos hills

SD:Plants
Lewis S. Rose   371831938-04-19
United States, California, San Benito, Little Panoche Pass, 5 mi. ne. of Llanada, 36.6771 -120.8646, 457m

SD:Plants
Frank F. Gander   75541939-05-16
United States, California, Kern, 12 mi. north east of Bakersfield, 35.46211 -118.7617

SD:Plants
G.T. Nordstrom   5211935-05-04
United States, California, Kern, 3 miles north northeast of Oil City, 35.45179 -118.93096, 244m

SD:Plants
Darley F. Howe   32161962-05-13
United States, California, Kern, 36.5 miles south of Porterville on #65, 35.54375 -119.08596, 244m

SD:Plants
Charlotte N. Smith   3131941-04-16
United States, California, Kern, Summit of peak at northwest corner of a block of hills between Sycamore Canyon and Adobe Canyon. Greenhorn Mts., 35.56447 -118.86789, 1550m


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