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

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


SJSU
573G. Witherspoon   22161940-07-02
United States, California, Monterey, Asilomar, Monterey Peninsula, 36.62228 -121.9355

SJSU
Anagallis minima (L.) E.H.L. Krause
4043C.W. Sharsmith   73731965-05-08
United States, California, Santa Clara, valley of Carnadero Cr, 3 mi W of Gilroy

SJSU
Anagallis minima (L.) E.H.L. Krause
10206C.W. Sharsmith   87871983-05-15
United States, California, Santa Cruz, hills by Swanton above Scott Cr, 18 mi NW of Santa Cruz, 2 mi S of San Mateo county line, 37.0823 -122.2229

SJSU
3776C.W. Sharsmith   70701963-06-15
United States, California, Shasta, Viola, 1341m

SJSU
10849K.D. Dunton   1962-05-06
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Aptos Cr Rd c. 5 mi W of Aptos

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10850M.R. Kempf   3521965-07-20
United States, California, Calaveras, Calaveras Big Trees State Park, 38.277417 -120.310474, 1463m

SJSU
14190W.D. Pitts   2751989-06-03
United States, Oregon, Jackson, near old Hwy 49 c. 4 mi N of Siskiyou Summit (on Hwy 5), 1067m

SJSU
15355Lars Rosengreen   32011-05-14
United States, California, Santa Clara, Above Adobe Creek near Hidden Villa Farm, 37.3494 -122.1598, 231m

SJSU
15468John Rawlings, Ken Hickman   12992015-04-29
United States, California, Santa Clara, Mt Umunhum, Santa Clara Co; Summit Trail at lateral to Guadalupe Overlook, 37.15908 -121.89088, 805m

SJSU
Trientalis europaea var. arctica (Fisch. ex Hook.) Ledeb.
14435R.E. van Seventer   1961-06-15
United States, Alaska, Turnagain area, Anchorage


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