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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Wayne Tyson   s.n.1987-05-20
United States, California, San Diego, Wet area by leaking water meter, southeast corner of Madison Avenue & Rhode Island Street, San Diego., 32.76077 -117.15468

SD:Plants
James Kessler   46391981-07-22
United States, Texas, Harris, Vacant lot in 19000 block of Whitewood in Spring; [in] sandy soil.

SD:Plants
Gay Dorius   1052004-09-06
United States, California, San Diego, Rose Canyon East extension to the West end of Govenor Dr., 32.8492 -117.2242, 104m

SD:Plants
Frank F. Gander   44221937-09-15
United States, California, San Diego, Balboa Park., 32.73125 -117.14682

SD:Plants
G. Terhall   PDR-13166962011-10-05
United States, California, San Diego, San Marcos; South Santa Fe Drive., 33.15778 -117.20222

SD:Plants
SD00055165Jon Rebman   370162020-09-14
United States, California, San Diego, Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station: west of Fallbrook; extreme eastern part of station; south of Ammunition Road; just below the DBIDs pass office to the south of the main station entrance, 33.36791 -117.26103, 195m

SD:Plants
O. Degener   151811941-05-07
Fiji, Unknown, Viti Levu, Serua, in forest clearing.

SD:Plants
SD00034288Reid Moran   97221962-05-29
United States, California, San Diego, Edge of lawn, Vet.Memorial Bldg, Balboa Park, San Diego., 32.73878 -117.14803

SD:Plants
Guadalupe MartĀ”nez-CalderĀ¢n   14801967-08-14
Mexico, Veracruz, Santiago Tuxtla, Tepalapa, Zacate., 35m

SD:Plants
David K. Faulkner   s.n.2000-10-01
United States, California, San Diego, Ex hort, Encinitas, very thick well maintained lawn off El Camino Real.


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