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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
SD00040695D. E. Breedlove   626521986-06-05
United States, Nevada, Lyon, North slope of Sweetwater Mountains above Desert Creek., 2286m

SD:Plants
SD00040699C. F. Sonne   s.n.1898-04-01
United States, California, Placer, Near Stateline, 38.96119 -119.9452

SD:Plants
SD00040697G. Helmkamp   97-91994-05-23
United States, California, Alpine, 4 miles E of Ebbitts Pass along highway US-4., 38.55172 -119.80126

SD:Plants
SD00040696Ann Howald   26942011-06-14
United States, California, Mono, Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains: Hy 89 (Monitor Pass Road), 0.2 mile south of Mono/Alpine county line (Topaz Lake 7.5'Q), 38.67944 -119.59111, 2402m

SD:Plants
SD00040700Frank W. Peirson   85111929-07-20
United States, California, Inyo, Green Lake Valley, below Green Lake, Bishop Creek., 37.1744 -118.5442, 3265m

SD:Plants
SD00040698R. S. Woglum   s.n.1941-07-05
United States, California, Inyo, Bishop Creek, 37.2211 -118.605, 2745m


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