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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Mrs. Neff Bakker   s.n.1912-09-01
United States, Illinois, Cook, Beverly Hills, Chicago.

SD:Plants
Jon P. Rebman   266422013-05-21
United States, California, San Diego, Camp Pendleton: south-central portion of Base; Training Area SMR2; northeast of the intersection of Vandegrift Blvd. and Basilone Road; along the southeast side of the Santa Margarita River, 33.3227 -117.33664, 30m

SD:Plants
Melvin M. Sweet   8262009-07-24
United States, California, San Diego, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, East Mesa; near the East Mesa Fire Road, 2.3 miles E of intersection with Hwy 79; .75 mile (line of sight) NE of Oakzanita Peak., 32.89302 -116.54289, 1465m

SD:Plants
Mimulus pilosus (Benth.) S. Watson
Melvin M. Sweet   8522009-09-03
United States, California, San Diego, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, East Mesa; near the East Mesa Fire Road, 2.3 miles E of intersection with Hwy 79; .75 mile (line of sight) NE of Oakzanita Peak., 32.88941 -116.54288, 1454m

SD:Plants
Jon P. Rebman   268232013-05-29
United States, California, San Diego, Lake Sutherland: northeast of Ramona; east of Lake Sutherland Dam Road; northwest end of Lake; just below the dam, 33.11857 -116.78673, 605m

SD:Plants
Mimulus cardinalis Douglas ex Benth.
Jon P. Rebman   268052013-05-29
United States, California, San Diego, Lake Sutherland: northeast of Ramona; east of Lake Sutherland Dam Road; northeast end of Lake along a creekbed and east of the dam and spillway, 33.12323 -116.77329, 630m

SD:Plants
A.C. Sanders   422052016-03-15
United States, California, Imperial, Sonoran (Colorado) Desert: Chocolate Mountains, c. 0.8 km NE of Beal Well and c. 0-0.4 km east of old Niland-Blythe Road (Lion Head Mountains 7.5'Q), 33.34361 -115.32361, 427m

SD:Plants
Grace J. Schallert   s.n.1938-07-20
United States, North Carolina, Unknown, Roanoke

SD:Plants
Susan T Welker   s.n.1993-05-25
United States, California, San Diego, North of Julian; Freshwater seep between disused gravel pit and Farmer (Volcan) Road below Volcan Mtns., 33.12787 -116.60182, 1248m

SD:Plants
SD00016992Sarah De Groot   84062017-03-28
United States, California, San Bernardino, Clipper Mountains Wilderness, east-southeast side of Clipper Mountains: Hummingbird Spring trail, between spring area and wilderness boundary. South of I-40, north of Highway 66; 1.5 road miles along NS 022 southwest of Essex Road.Then 3.5 road . . . ., 34.7524 -115.33951, 664m

SD:Plants
C. M. Bean   s.n.1976-07-09
United States, New York, Unknown, McGranville

SD:Plants
John Bright   97031934-08-05
United States, Pennsylvania, Fayette, In wet places along Youghiogheny River, Ohio Pyle.

SD:Plants
John Bright   165531938-07-17
United States, Pennsylvania, Fayette, In wet places along Cucumber Rim, Ohiopyle.

SD:Plants
L. D. E.   s.n.1882-08-17
United States, Illinois, Unknown, Railroad west of Champaign.

SD:Plants
Daniel Cleveland   s.n.1880-06-01
United States, California, Unknown, Vernal Fall, Yosemite, Fern Grotto

SD:Plants
Paul O. Schallert   431963-10-15
United States, Georgia, Fulton, College Park

SD:Plants
Mimulus alata
D. S. Correll   379651969-09-21
United States, Texas, Fannin, In mud along tributary of Red River, ca. 0.5 mile east of bridge on Rte. 78, ca. 11 miles north of Bonham.

SD:Plants
Mimulus bicolor Hartw. ex Benth.
SD00074472Sarah J. De Groot   64432010-06-24
United States, California, Fresno, Western Sierra Nevada, along Highway 180 just north/ west of junction with Highway 245, east side of road. Permit FS-2400-8., 36.73 -119.02, 1547m


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