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

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


SJSU
4502J.W. Tilden   14431960-03-12
United States, California, San Bernardino, 15 mi W of Needles, 34.8694894 -114.8335218

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5095S.M. Kaune   2041961-12-25
Mexico, Baja California, on Fon Seca Rd from Laguna Seca to San Felipe c. 25 mi E of Cerro La Providencia of the Sierra de San Pedro Martir, 671m

SJSU
5228S.M. Kaune   6791962-12-17
Mexico, Baja California, Valle Trinidad Rd off Hwy 5 below summit of downgrade into E edge of San Felipe Valley, 35-40 mi NW of San Felipe, 31.23746 -115.35645, 914m

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6128D.S. Starks   921972-03-31
United States, California, Riverside, Joshua Tree National Monument, 33.9080352 -115.831604

SJSU
6129D.S. Starks   1481972-07-04
United States, California, Riverside, Joshua Tree National Monument, 33.9080352 -115.831604

SJSU
Tetracoccus ilicifolius Coville & Gilman
3676K.H. Hulick   1963-04-11
United States, California, Inyo, saddle between Augereberry & Tetracoccus Peak, Panamint Range, 36.3594786 -117.0427179, 1756m

SJSU
Tetracoccus ilicifolius Coville & Gilman
3677K.H. Hulick   1963-04-11
United States, California, Inyo, saddle between Augereberry & Tetracoccus Peak, Panamint Range, 36.3594786 -117.0427179, 1756m

SJSU
Tetracoccus ilicifolius Coville & Gilman
3705K.H. Hulick   1963-04-12
United States, California, Inyo, Fall Canyon, Grapevine Mts, Death Valley drainage, 36.8508827 -117.1244716, 975m

SJSU
Tetracoccus ilicifolius Coville & Gilman
3740C.W. Sharsmith   70341963-04-14
United States, California, Inyo, Tetracoccus Peak, E of Aguereberry Point, Panamint Mts, 36.3601698 -117.0380401, 1829m

SJSU
Tetracoccus ilicifolius Coville & Gilman
3745C.W. Sharsmith   70391963-04-14
United States, California, Inyo, Tetracoccus Peak, E of Aguereberry Point, Panamint Mts, 36.3601698 -117.0380401, 1829m

SJSU
Tetracoccus ilicifolius Coville & Gilman
8031N.H. Kindig   1970-05-02
United States, California, Inyo, Tetracoccus Peak, Panamint Range, 36.359997 -117.0380401, 1524m


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