Dataset: SJSU
Taxa: Aizoaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SJSU - Carl W. Sharsmith Herbarium, San Jose State University


SJSU
Carpobrotus chilensis (Molina) N.E. Br.
2920C.H. Bracker   1171966-05-17
United States, California, San Mateo, near Moss Beach, 37.5291 -122.5169

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Carpobrotus edulis (L.) N.E. Br.
7602E.P. Ryan   1965-04-25
United States, California, San Mateo, 1 mi N of Pigeon Point Lighthouse, 37.195773 -122.39989

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7612S.I. Diehl   1191965-06-13
United States, California, San Diego, canyon below Hunsaker St, Oceanside, 33.18403 -117.35005

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4391J.H. Roderick   1951966-12-30
Mexico, Baja California, West San Benito Island, immediately above seal cave, c. 1 mi W of fishing camp, 28.30317 -115.58819

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3569V. Hardham   1841965-07-23
United States, Nevada, Washoe, W shore Pyramid Lake, 1183m

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5140C.T. Osugi   1931970-07-21
United States, California, Merced, San Luis National Wildlife Refuge on W side of San Joaquin River c. 10 mi N of Los Banos, 37.21204 -120.832234

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5940C.W. Sharsmith   77281972-01-28
Mexico, Sonora, c. 2 mi NW of Bahia Kino

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586G. Witherspoon   21891940-07-03
United States, California, Monterey, Asilomar, Monterey Peninsula, 36.62228 -121.9355

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9840Hatsume Kosakai   1271958-05-10
United States, California, Monterey, Pacific Grove, 36.617738 -121.916622

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5218C.T. Osugi   2271970-08-18
United States, California, Merced, near residence, Merced National Wildlife Refuge c. midway between Los Banos & Merced, 37.177673 -120.63081

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6692C.W. Sharsmith   80361974-11-22
Mexico, Baja California Sur, low hills W of cemetery, Loreto, 26 -111.35, 498m

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6874C.W. Sharsmith   81541974-11-29
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Isla Coronados in Gulf of California c. 20 km NNE of Loreto, 26.08333333 -111.3


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