Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Senecio bicolor, Senecio bicolor subsp. cineraria (Senecio cineraria)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
ASU0105261Elinor Lehto   L227421978-04-30
United States, Arizona, Maricopa, 16th St. between Campbell and Meadowbrook., 33.503177 -112.047449

Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


BRIT:BRIT
BRIT617514F.R. Williams   16671939-10-07
United States, Massachusetts, Middlesex, Nursery of N.H. Dretton

Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


BRY:V
BRYV0019562Larry C. Higgins   232112001-06-12
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, St. George., 860m

BRY:V
BRYV0019561Larry C. Higgins   241052002-10-28
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, St. George, Bloomington Hills subdivision., 853m

BRY:V
BRYV0019560Larry C. Higgins   256012004-05-20
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, St. George., 37.09587 -113.57733, 850m

BRY:V
BRYV0275115Dr. F. Hopflinger   s.n.1952-07-00
Italy, Campania, Napoli, Ischia: on rocks in the Sanmontano Bay near Lacco Ameno.

Brown University Herbarium


BRU
PBRU00023350W. W. Bailey   1876-00-00
United States of America, Rhode Island, Providence County, In hothouse

California Botanic Garden Herbarium


CalBG:RSA-POM
RSA0041829Tom Burch   s.n.1940-06-02
United States, California, Los Angeles, Playa del Rey.

CalBG:RSA
H. M. Pollard   s.n.1968-10-31
United States, California, Ventura, Front Street near Southern Pacific R. R. Station, Ventura.

CalBG:RSA
Kenneth Kingrey   s.n.1938-04-14
United States, California, Los Angeles, Busch Gardens

CalBG:RSA
John H. Thomas   4570A1954-08-12
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, about one block west of fishing pier., 36.9609 -122.02558

CalBG:RSA-VascularPlants
RSA0503960Christine Perala   11871994-06-17
United States, California, Riverside, March Air Force Base, garden at 162 Plummer Ave., 33.89944 -117.25444, 464m

California Polytechnic State University, Robert F. Hoover Herbarium


OBI
OBI172825Ed Arnesen   141964-03-10
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, Cal Poly, O.H. unit

OBI
OBI172824David Keil   2008-02-26
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, 940 Del Rio Avenue, San Luis Obispo

Carnegie Museum of Natural History Herbarium


CM:Botany
CM464997Wight, W.F.   16101907-07-02
United States, California, Los Angeles, East Lake park, Los Angeles

CM:Botany-botany
CM496065Thompson, S.A.   114891993-07-27
United States, Pennsylvania, Allegheny, Pittsburgh, Mt. Washington, 40.423966 -80.00907

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden


FTG
3328A. Griffiths Jr   1960-10-03
United States of America, 44.7316 -93.178

FTG
132228J. F. Morton   14111975-08-06
United States of America, Florida, Miami-Dade, Mathew's Nursery, 12100 S.W 43 St Greater Miami, 25.7743 -80.1937

George Mason University, Ted R. Bradley Herbarium


GMUF:Plants
GMUF-0033969Ted Bradley   Not shown1980-06-23
United States, Virginia, Fairfax, Campus George Mason University.

Georgia Southern University Herbarium


GAS
Senecio bicolor cineraria
GAS028334Lynch, K. L.   s.n.1910-00-00
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, England, Suffolk, Felixstowe

Georgia Southwestern State University Herbarium


GSW
00002438Neil A. Harriman   1983-10-18
USA, Wisconsin, Winnebago, at South Park, Ohio St. and south Park Avenue, Oshkosh

Hope College


HCHM
HCHM03265Gillis, William   127771975-12-01
United States, Michigan, Ottawa, (also called Cineraria maritima L.); Cultivated in Hope College greenhouse. Seldom flowers. Flowers yellow.

HCHM
HCHM03266Gillis, William   127771975-12-01

Kathryn Kalmbach Herbarium


DBG:KHD
KHD00028585Coilliot   1907-07-10
France, Maine, Sarthe, 47.9995 0.1977

Louisiana State University, Shirley C. Tucker Herbarium


LSU:Vascular Plants
NLU0060521Carlos Smith   10231971-03-04
United States, Louisiana, Ouachita

LSU:Vascular Plants
NLU0060522Carlos Smith   11371971-05-30
United States, Louisiana, Ouachita

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
100794787J. Richard Abbott   246252008-05-12
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, University of Florida campus, near southwest corner of McCarty Hall A; in the Botany Department teaching garden., 29.6467 -82.3458

MO
Senecio bicolor (Willd.) Tod.
100400126David B. Dunn   161951968-05-20
United States, Missouri, Boone, Plants cultivated at the greenhouse at the University of Missouri., 38.951554 -92.32859, 221m

MO
Senecio bicolor (Willd.) Tod.
100400105David B. Dunn   223101977-04-20
United States, Missouri, Boone, Plants cultivated at the greenhouse at the University of Missouri., 38.951554 -92.32859, 226m

San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
N. Koenig   s.n.2000-06-27
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas, Quail Botanical Gardens

University of Alabama Herbarium


UNA
UNA00049256Jim Mills, Chip Phillips   Jim Mills 291975-05-23
United States, Alabama, Tuscaloosa, next to SE corner of "A" building at 10 Ave Apts, 1821 10th Ave., 33.19 -87.55

University of California, Riverside Plant Herbarium


UCR
Dave Fleitner   s.n.1998-09-08
United States, California, Riverside, orange grove on Gilbert Ave. southwest of Ontario Ave.; Corona, 33.84583 -117.54861, 290m

UCR
George K. Helmkamp   87622004-07-14
United States, California, Santa Barbara, along Jalama Rd about 12 miles SW of its junction with Calif. Hwy 1 (SW of Lompoc), 34.51167 -120.435, 128m

UCR
Mark A. Elvin   s.n.2010-08-27
United States, California, Ventura, North Saticoy Ave. between Foothill Rd. & Telegraph Rd, c. 3.5 mi. ENE of central Ventura, 34.29389 -119.17083, 95m

UCR
A.C. Sanders   290302004-11-07
United States, California, Los Angeles, site called Lookout Gates on topo, 1 mile NE of Chatsworth at foot of Santa Susana Mtns, 5 acre estate proposed for conversion to private high school (Sierra Canyon H.S.), west of the north end of Lurline Ave, N of Nashville St, just south of 118 Fwy, 34.27167 -118.585, 351m

University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Vascular Plant Collection


COLO:V
02661353   
France

COLO:V
02661346   
France

University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
349   
United States of America, Florida, Palm Beach County, SERNEC - locality unknown

University of Georgia Herbarium


GA
GA247937   
Portugal

University of Louisiana at Monroe Herbarium, R. Dale Thomas Collection


BRIT:NLU
NLU0082334   
United States, Pennsylvania, Monroe

BRIT:NLU
NLU0082573   
United Kingdom, England, East Kent

University of Nevada Herbarium


RENO:V
82935P.F. Zika   184742003-06-13
USA, Washington, San Juan, Puget Sound,San Juan Islands, Orcas Island, near ferry Landing., 48.598333 -122.941667, 5m

University of South Alabama Herbarium


USAM
USAM_000002692Michel G. Lelong   71321973-06-08
United States, Alabama, Mobile, Tom Dood΂s nursery. Semmes

University of Vermont, Pringle Herbarium


VT
UVMVT324540S.R. Hill   19698
United States, South Carolina

University of West Florida


UWFP
UWFP005413James R. Burkhalter   119191990-05-27
United States, Florida, Okaloosa, Ft. Walton Beach. Cultivated in front of condominium at 200 West Miracle Strip Prkwy.

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Robert W. Freckmann Herbarium


UWSP
UWSP-V-0188692Jenevieve Hartung   N/A2014-09-13
United States, Wisconsin, Pierce

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Massey Herbarium


VPI
VPI-V-0021541M.L. Smith   67221967-05-29
United States, Virginia, Giles, Cultigen in yard of C.C. Straley, 3 mi. west of Eggleston, Va.

Washington State University Marion Ownbey Herbarium


WS
381823Fred Weinmann   3612008-08-25
United States, Washington, Jefferson, Port Townsend. Sidewalk crack on Washington Street near office of Port Townsend Leader., 48.11466667 -122.7576667

West Virginia University Herbarium


WVA
WVA-V-0019107   


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