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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Porterella carnosula (Hook. & Arn.) Torr.
Barbara Ertter   38681980-07-29
United States, Oregon, Lake, Paulina Marsh, 4.1 miles north of Highway 31 on road to Fort Rock from Silver Lake, 43.18817 -121.04039, 1310m

SD:Plants
Porterella carnosula (Hook. & Arn.) Torr.
Ernest C. Twisselmann   136161967-08-28
United States, California, Tulare, Sierra Nevada, Kern Plateau, Cannell Meadow in center, 35.8209 -118.3677, 2195m

SD:Plants
Porterella carnosula (Hook. & Arn.) Torr.
Louis C. Wheeler   37561935-08-03
United States, California, Modoc, Warner Mountains: Rock Lake, Pine Creek. Sunny bottom of dried pool, 41.98665 -120.23879, 1920m

SD:Plants
Porterella carnosula (Hook. & Arn.) Torr.
Louis Williams   24981935-08-21
United States, Wyoming, Teton, Near Jackson Lake, 2135m

SD:Plants
Porterella carnosula (Hook. & Arn.) Torr.
Robert J. Weatherby   15121959-08-11
United States, California, Plumas, Road to Gold lake from Blairsden at border of Sierra and Plumas Counties, 39.6935 -120.6555, 1830m

SD:Plants
Porterella carnosula (Hook. & Arn.) Torr.
E. B. Copeland   s.n.1929-07-29
United States, California, Butte, Above Jonesville, 40.11274 -121.46587, 1750m

SD:Plants
Porterella carnosula (Hook. & Arn.) Torr.
Daniel Cleveland   s.n.1882-07-21
United States, California, Plumas, Big Meadows, 40.30639 -121.23083

SD:Plants
Porterella carnosula (Hook. & Arn.) Torr.
Mrs. R. M. Austin   s.n.1879-00-00
United States, California, Plumas, Big Meadows, 40.30639 -121.23083

SD:Plants
Porterella carnosula (Hook. & Arn.) Torr.
Frank W. Peirson   61911925-07-01
United States, California, El Dorado, Lake Tahoe, State Line, 38.9549 -119.9514, 1950m


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Google Map

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