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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
A. C. Sanders   138321993-04-27
United States, California, San Bernardino, Arrowhead Hot Spr,San Bernardino Mtns,SE-facing slopes w/hot springs,ca. 700' WSW of old Arrowhead Hot Spr Hotel. W side of rd to hotel from Old Waterman Cyn Rd,S of dirt track angling back to prop. entrance. In wet marshy area at one spring., 34.19167 -117.26667, 594m

SD:Plants
A. C. Sanders   202171997-04-05
United States, California, San Bernardino, Northern Mojave Desert, Avawatz Mountains, Fort Irwin Nat. Traing Center, spring in canyon south of peak 4849; Red Pass Lake NE 7.5' quad. At hillside seep on south-facing slope, in moist soil., 35.48333 -116.29167, 1189m

SD:Plants
Louis C. Wheeler   107961967-09-16
United States, California, San Bernardino, San Gabriel Mountains: Lone Pine Canyon., 34.28149 -117.48036, 914m

SD:Plants
R.G. Swinney   115462009-09-03
United States, California, San Bernardino, Transverse Range; San Gabriel Mountains: Swarthout Canyon Rd, 9.9 mi. west of Lost Lake, near stream (Cajon 7.5'Q), 34.28028 -117.47806, 902m


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