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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
James Henrickson   173511978-05-28
United States, California, San Bernardino, 30 miles NNW of Barstow, N of Black Canyon, 2.3 miles S of Naval Weapons Center, S of Grass Valley, 35.24076 -117.25236

SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
James Henrickson   177211978-10-20
United States, California, Inyo, ca 22 airliles SE of Olancha, ca 12.5 miles E of Coso Jct. in Perdregal E of Coso Hot Springs on trail N of Black Canyon and walking S to N end of Black Canyon (Sect. 1), 36.0558 -117.71945, 1311m

SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
Charles Russell Orcutt   s.n.
United States, California, Unknown, Desert near Arizona [sic]

SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
Darley F. Howe   s.n.1980-05-30
United States, California, Inyo, 29.2 miles east of Big Pine on Last Chance Road, 37.0153 -117.9511, 1890m

SD:Plants
Barbara Ertter   66331986-07-20
United States, Nevada, Humboldt, Nevada Highway 18, 5.0 miles north of railroad tracks, ca. 10 air miles northeast of Golconda., 1341m

SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
Arnold Tiehm   118231988-07-04
United States, Nevada, Mineral, Pilot Moountains, Telephone Cfanyon eastsoutheast of Mina near the mouth of the canyon., 1646m

SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
Craig Reiser   s.n.1991-05-06
United States, California, Los Angeles, Palmdale, Verde Ridge, 34.57686 -118.15695

SD:Plants
Rashmi Pant   10521997-02-01
United States, California, Mono, Approximately 1.5 miles SE of the turnoff to Mono Lake. Along Hwy 120, 37.92944 -119.02306, 1829m

SD:Plants
C. A. Purpus   64131898-05-00
United States, Nevada, Unknown, Belmont, 1219m

SD:Plants
S.G. Stokes   s.n.1903-06-18
United States, Nevada, Unknown, Hot Springs, south of Reno.

SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
Ralph Hoffmann   s.n.1928-11-09
United States, California, Unknown, 5.0 miles southeast of Kramer

SD:Plants
G.K. Helmkamp   12561996-10-17
United States, California, Mono, Disturbed roadisde 0.2 mi south of Benton Hot Springs beside highway CA-120., 37.79167 -118.525, 1829m

SD:Plants
Greg R. Ballmer   s.n.1993-07-31
United States, California, Lassen, Sandy flats along Fort Sage Road, NE of Doyle, SE of Honey Lake, ca. 2 - 5 mi. (airline) W of Nevada border., 40.1203 -120.2643

SD:Plants
Arnold Tiehm   162802010-09-03
United States, Nevada, Lyon, Pine Nut Nountains, road summit on road from dayton to Como, north end of the range, 39.17147 -119.4791, 2164m

SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
Allan Keller   1231939-03-25
United States, California, Inyo, Eastern mouth of Shepherd's Canyon Argus Mts. Road and Grant Road, 36.0443 -117.3891

SD:Plants
John C. Roos   65041955-07-23
United States, California, Inyo, Soldier Flat, east base Waucoba Mountain, Inyo Mountains, dry disturbed roadside, 37.04038 -117.97548, 2194m

SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
W. Bertsch   4381954-04-16
United States, California, Kern, Hwy 395 15mi. N. Johannesburg Indian Wells Valley, 35.672 -117.8227, 2500m

SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
Helen V. Witham   6271969-10-13
United States, California, Inyo, Bishop Creek Road, west of Bishop, 37.25 -118.5

SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
Darley F. Howe   47181971-06-22
United States, California, Inyo, 5.1 miles east of Big Pine, 37.2158 -118.2325, 1340m

SD:Plants
Oxytheca perfoliata Torr. & A. Gray
Frank W. Pierson   72781927-05-07
United States, California, San Bernardino, 1 mile east of Kramer, 34.99288 -117.56332


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