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

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


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7905B. Atwater   41976-09-23
United States, Delaware, Kent, deleware Bay at South Bowers

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1957R.L. Fisher   1551957-06-28
United States, California, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale Dump at end of Borregas Ave, Santa Clara, 37.41678 -122.016264

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6723C.W. Sharsmith   80081974-01-04
Mexico, Sonora, N end Agua Dulce Bay near Punta Sargento on mainland opposite N end Isla Tiburon

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6456H.T. Harvey   5701971-07-15
United States, California, San Mateo, Faber Tract, E Palo Alto, 37.468418 -122.122879

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9487Diane Conradson   1981-10-15
United States, California, Santa Clara, Palo Alto Baylands Nature Reserve by Yacht Harbor, Palo Alto, 37.4553 -122.10232

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14626N.A. Hopkins   16631991-04-01
United States, California, San Diego, Henderson Canyon Rd N of Borrego Springs, 33.31918 -116.43349

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1859C.W. Sharsmith   63621957-04-13
United States, California, Kern, 3 mi SE of Blackwell's Corners, 35.5841521 -119.8289812

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5681Lewis S. Rose   660961966-12-11
United States, California, Riverside, Palm Springs, 33.83300018 -116.5500031, 152m


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