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

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


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10878K.D. Patton   1976-09-27
United States, California, Santa Clara, by residence, Empire St, San Jose

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1045M. Esch   1950-05-01
United States, California, El Dorado, Placerville, 38.72978 -120.79623

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10833J.A. MacDonald   1041957-04-26
United States, California, Tuolumne, Columbia, 38.03633 -120.40081

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5332J.W. Tilden   18341970-10-13
United States, Texas, Bexar, near escarpment of Edwards Plateau, 24 mi NW of San Antonio

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Oxalis grayi (Rose) R. Knuth
4881J.W. Tilden   13161958-07-06
United States, Arizona, Apache, Horse Shoe Cienega near McNary, White Mts, 2377m

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10809D.K.D. Loo   1061967-05-14
United States, California, Mendocino, Gualala, 15 mi S of Point Arena

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10810D.B. Henderson   1974-03-16
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Sleeper Gulch near Fat Buck Ridge, 37.2034 -122.11445, 335m

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12030N.B. Yeager   1985-02-13
United States, California, Santa Clara, Yerba Buena Ave & Forestwood Dr, San Jose, 37.3022 -121.78013

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5751S.A. Swift   71-91971-02-09
United States, California, Marin, near Bolinas, Point Reyes Peninsula

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5762E.M. Pacier   1031970-05-07
United States, California, Santa Clara, 6 mi NW of Santa Cruz on Empire Grade Rd, Santa Cruz Mts

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Oxalis articulata subsp. rubra (A. St.-Hil.) Lourteig
5761R.L. Kuehnis   1970-10-05
United States, California, Santa Clara, S 3d St near San Antonio St, San Jose, 37.33412 -121.88499

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Oxalis articulata subsp. rubra (A. St.-Hil.) Lourteig
10805B.E. Fuchs   1967-04-02
United States, California, Alameda, residence, Vicente & El Paseo Sts, Berkeley, 37.895375 -122.282522

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Oxalis articulata subsp. rubra (A. St.-Hil.) Lourteig
10808D.M. Harper   771964-05-09
United States, California, Stanislaus, Holveck Ranch, 1 mi E of Turlock, 37.49269 -120.82451


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