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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
James C. Dice   s.n.1980-04-01
United States, California, San Diego, Abundant in single deep vernal pool, adjacent to Miramar Mounds Natural Landmark, at southern edge of Miramar Naval Air Station. (IPB 4/07), 32.84401 -117.14318

SD:Plants
Henk van der Werff   44521982-02-19
United States, California, San Diego, Common in vernal pool with knee-deep water, Kearny Mesa, immediately south of Miramar NAS along Highway 163. (IPB 4/07), 32.87147 -117.12128

SD:Plants
Duffie Clemons   9101985-02-23
United States, California, San Diego, Rooted in clay bottom of vernal pool ñ2 decimeters deep; ñ100 meters north from end of Kearny Mesa Road. (IPB 4/07), 32.84176 -117.13449, 130m

SD:Plants
SD00024084Craig Martz   2071985-03-21
United States, California, San Diego, Large disturbed vernal pool with increased water duration caused by fill from highway construction. Kearny Mesa south of Miramar Naval Air Station, 0.8 mile northeast of Clairmont Mesa Blvd. on Highway #163 (Cabrillo Freeway)., 32.84234 -117.13628, 135m

SD:Plants
Peter Rubtzoff   17671955-04-02
United States, California, San Mateo, In a small pool near the road, Skyline Boulevard near the junction of Chinese Cemetery Road.

SD:Plants
Rachel Hays   s.n.1975-03-13
United States, California, San Diego, Roadside ditch, by frontage road west of 163, Miramar. (IPB 4/07), 32.88001 -117.11595, 130m


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