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

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


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1714C.W. Sharsmith   6309b1955-09-11
United States, California, Santa Clara, E slope Mt Hamilton, Mt Hamilton Range, 37.3569 -121.6153

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1715C.W. Sharsmith   6309a1955-09-11
United States, California, Santa Clara, E slope Mt Hamilton, Mt Hamilton Range, 37.3569 -121.6153

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2568H.L. Buckalew   1962-07-02
United States, California, Humboldt, junction of Willow Creek & E Fork Willow Creek on Hwy 299, eastern Humboldt County, 40.90848 -123.70776

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6267R. W. Trivelpiece   721971-08-18
United States, California, Siskiyou, c. 3.5 mi N of Cecilville on S Fork Salmon River, Salmon River Mts., 41.18444 -123.13883, 1128m

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15781John Rawlings, Ken Hickman   1637B2015-09-14
United States, California, Santa Clara, Mt Umunhum, Santa Clara Co. Where seep outflow crosses Summit Trail both up-slope and down-slope, 37.15668 -121.89425, 881m

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15785John Rawlings, Ken Hickman   1637A2015-09-14
United States, California, Santa Clara, Mt Umunhum, Santa Clara Co. Where seep outflow crosses Summit Trail both up-slope and down-slope, 37.15668 -121.89425, 881m

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7344D.J. Hartesveldt   691973-06-13
United States, Minnesota, Cook, Mt Josephine c. 1.5 mi E of Grand Portage, 213m

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12484C.W. Sharsmith   1945-07-15
United States, Wisconsin, St Croix, by St Croix River

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3575H.F. Ostrander   1965-07-18
United States, New York, Cayuga, near Chestnut Ridge Rd c. 2 mi N of Franklin St Rd, 91m


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