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

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


SJSU
Ephedra aspera Engelm. ex S. Watson
5215S.M. Kaune   2021961-12-25
Mexico, Baja California, on Fon Seca road from Laguna Seca to San Felipe, c. 25 mi E from Cerro La Providencia of the Sierra de San Pedro Martir, 30.80437 -114.7673, 671m

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126C.D. Duncan   1933-03-24
United States, California, Riverside, Palm Springs, 33.83300018 -116.5500031

SJSU
1471C.W. Sharsmith   6122A1954-03-20
United States, California, Inyo, N arm of Death Valley, c. 10 mi S of Ubehebe Crater, 36.944243 -117.331087, 549m

SJSU
1473C.W. Sharsmith   6122B1954-03-20
United States, California, Inyo, N arm of Death Valley c. 10 mi S of Ubehebe Crater, 36.944243 -117.331087, 549m

SJSU
3363C.W. Sharsmith   68291962-04-21
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, Panorama Hills at foot of Recruit Canyon, Temblor Range, eastern San Luis Obispo County, 35.202942 -119.736511

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3364C.W. Sharsmith   68291962-04-21
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, Panorama Hills at foot of Recruit Canyon, 35.202942 -119.736511

SJSU
3722C.W. Sharsmith   70161963-04-13
United States, California, Inyo, Trail Canyon, E slope Panamint Range, Death Valley Drainage, 36.310595 -116.9692039, 457m

SJSU
3736C.W. Sharsmith   70301963-04-14
United States, California, Inyo, E slope Panamint Range, Death Valley drainage, 36.319803 -117.04748, 1158m

SJSU
3737C.W. Sharsmith   70311963-04-14
United States, California, Inyo, E slope Panamint Range, Death Valley drainage, 36.319803 -117.04748, 1158m

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8078R.C. McGehee   2621970-05-04
United States, California, San Bernardino, Sheep Hope Pass on Amboy Rd, 20 mi S of Amboy, 34.239313 -115.722814

SJSU
2381C.B. Fleming Jr.   2411942-07-01
United States, Arizona, Apache, vicinity of Painted Desert Inn, Petrified Forest National Monument

SJSU
Ephedra funerea Coville & Morton
1472C.W. Sharsmith   61361954-03-23
United States, California, Inyo, near head of E branch of Furnace Creek Wash c. 8 mi W of Death Valley Junction, Death Valley Drainage, 36.329068 -116.652848, 1067m

SJSU
Ephedra funerea Coville & Morton
8077R.H. Adams   1962-04-17
United States, California, Inyo, near head of E branch of Furnace Creek Wash, Death Valley Drainage, 36.353612 -116.668641, 914m

SJSU
5702Lewis S. Rose   1968-04-05
United States, California, Los Angeles, Mojave Desert, 34.756631 -118.035926, 823m

SJSU
Ephedra trifurca Torr. ex S. Watson
3721C.W. Sharsmith   70151963-04-13
United States, California, Inyo, Trail Canyon, E slope of Panamint Range, Death Valley drainage, 36.310595 -116.9692039, 457m

SJSU
Ephedra trifurca Torr. ex S. Watson
6003C.W. Sharsmith   77681972-01-30
Mexico, Sonora, near National Hwy 2 c. 20 mi SE of San Luis Rio colorado

SJSU
Ephedra trifurca Torr. ex S. Watson
6366D.J. Powers   3541972-03-14
Mexico, Sonora, near National Hwy 2 c. 20 mi SE from San Luis Rio Colorado

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4095C.W. Sharsmith   74171965-06-16
United States, California, Mono, near Hot Springs, Hot Creek drainage c. 5 mi E of Casa Diablo Hot Springs, 37.6614 -118.8283, 2121m

SJSU
4096C.W. Sharsmith   74181965-06-16
United States, California, Mono, proximity of Hot Springs, Hot Creek drainage, c. 5 mi E of Casa Diablo Hot Springs, 37.6614 -118.8283, 2121m

SJSU
4209C.W. Sharsmith   75481967-08-28
United States, California, Mono, near USGS benchmark 7384 ft, Leevining Canyon, E slope Sierra Nevada, 37.929573 -119.170283, 2251m

SJSU
8169Virginia Hardham   1965-06-24
United States, Nevada, Washoe, Steamboat Hot Springs c. 10 mi SW of Reno 0.25 mi W of Hwy 395, 1463m

SJSU
8179R.E. Douglas   61964-06-13
United States, California, Inyo, near Hunter Mt c. 1 mi SE of junction of Grapevine Canyon - Hunter Mt roads, 36.526907 -117.546893, 2012m

SJSU
13089C.W. Sharsmith   55051947-05-25
United States, California, Mono, Leevining Canyon, 37.931333 -119.151615, 2225m

SJSU
12590C.W. Sharsmith   98621986-07-02
Switzerland, Kanton Wallis, just above Sion, 503m


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