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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
SD00062826Jon Rebman   11241989-07-29
United States, Missouri, Barry, Piney Creek Wilderness Area

SD:Plants
SD00060085Fred M. Roberts   58662003-05-14
United States, California, San Diego, San Marcos: lot east of Pacific Road and north of San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos. Adjacent to vernal pool-like depression in non-native forb/annual grassland., 33.1334 -117.19628, 158m

SD:Plants
SD00062825Lorna Prelipp   1112007-05-06
United States, California, San Diego, San Marcos, S side of San Marcos Blvd, W of Discovery Street, N of San Marcos Creek, 33.13083 -117.1975, 515m

SD:Plants
SD00062824Jeannie Gregory   22462007-05-05
United States, California, San Diego, Oceanside, 7 miles inland at Guajome County Park, directly E of the intersection of Mission Ave (Hwy 76) and North Santa Fe Ave, 33.24587 -117.27584, 30m

SD:Plants
SD00062823Elizabeth P. Lowe   1292006-05-27
United States, California, San Diego, City of San Marcos, 1 3/4 mi S of Hwy 78, 1 1/2 mi W of Country Club Drive, 0.17 miles west on a dirt road that heads down a hill from Washingtonia Dr. 0.03 miles north of the intersection with Oceanview Dr., 33.11437 -117.15554, 381m

SD:Plants
SD00062822Jan E. Maxted   5712008-05-23
United States, California, San Diego, Bratton Valley, land surrounding 18569 Deerhorn Valley Rd, 9 mi E of Jamul, SE of Lyons Peak, ? mi. SE of intersection of Honey Springs Rd & Deerhorn Valley Rd, 15 yds S of Deerhorn Vly Rd, 32.67528 -116.74167, 625m

SD:Plants
SD00062820Jon P. Rebman   278942014-04-16
United States, California, San Diego, Camp Pendleton: southeastern portion of Base; Training Area Lima; near the dam on Pilgrim Creek, east of the golf course and just west of the entrance on Vandergrift Blvd., 33.2758 -117.30334, 36m

SD:Plants
SD00062821Jon P. Rebman   278282014-04-16
United States, California, San Diego, Camp Pendleton: southeastern portion of Base; Training Area Lima; in a ruderal/disturbed area along a dirt road just south of a large parking lot on 4th Street, 33.29219 -117.31972, 103m

SD:Plants
SD00062819John LaGrange   11432013-04-16
United States, California, San Diego, Lake Hodges area; San Dieguito River canyon west of foot bridge; 1 mile west of Lake Hodges dam; just S of Del Dios Highway, 33.04111 -117.14861, 57m

SD:Plants
SD00062818Jon Rebman   315392016-04-11
United States, California, San Diego, Camp Pendleton: south-central portion of Base; Oscar One Training Area: Between Stuart Mesa Rd. and the Santa Margarita River; upper edge of small canyon just west of Macs Road., 33.27542 -117.39278, 128m

SD:Plants
SD00015444Jeannie Gregory   37402017-04-21
United States, California, San Diego, Alpine area; just N of east end of Galloway Valley and W of South Grade Road; Sky Mesa (old La Force Ranch) in open space after development, 32.8331 -116.8013, 467m

SD:Plants
SD00016496Jon Rebman   342562018-05-10
United States, California, San Diego, Camp Pendleton: southern portion of Base; Training Area November: north of Whelan Lake and just north of the Base boundary; along a dirt road in disturbed vegetation, 33.24605 -117.34401, 7m


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Google Map

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