Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Sedum praealtum (Sedum dendroideum subsp. praealtum)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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CAS - California Academy of Sciences Vascular Plants


CAS:BOT-BC
64087Pollard, Henry M.   s.n.1968-02-16
United States, California, Ventura County, Southern Pacific R.R. right of way. 1 mi E of Seaward Avenue crossing.

CAS:BOT-BC
64089Pollard, Henry M.   s.n.1948-03-29
United States, California, Ventura County, Roadside near Pierport Inn, Ventura.

CAS:BOT-BC
64088Pollard, Henry M.   s.n.1959-12-18
United States, California, Santa Barbara County, Cliff fronting ocean near foot of Butterfly Lane, Montecito.

CAS:BOT-BC
64085Peñalosa, Javier   14231961-05-03
United States, California, San Francisco County, Vacant lot behind 541 Duncan Street.

CAS:BOT-BC
64086Raven, Peter   64551954-03-21
United States, California, San Francisco County, Vacant Lot, 25th Ave. Near El Camino del Mar, San Francisco.

CAS:BOT-BC
336689Ton, Alush Shilom   4851966-01-05
Mexico, Chiapas, Tenejapa Municipio, At Paraje Matsab, 2682m

CAS:BOT-BC
336690Santiz Ruiz, Carmelino   5251988-01-06
Mexico, Chiapas, Chamula Municipio, San Juán Chamula. Ik'al lumtik, 3 km, 2103m

CAS:BOT-BC
336691Breedlove, D. E.   152881966-08-25
Mexico, Chiapas, Tenejapa Municipio, On the NE side of the hill called Matsab, paraje of Matsab, 2804m

CAS:BOT-BC
336692Laughlin, Robert M.   5751966-04-05
Mexico, Chiapas, Zinacantan Municipio, In Zinacantán Center, 2042m

CAS:BOT-BC
336693Santíz Ruíz, Carmelino   5181988-01-04
Mexico, Chiapas, Chamula Municipio, San Juán Chamula. Paraje Callejón, 2195m

CAS:BOT-BC
336694Ton, Alush Shilom   5371966-01-12
Mexico, Chiapas, Tenejapa Municipio, In Paraje Shohleh, 2560m

CAS:BOT-BC
336695Ton, Alush Shilom   6611966-01-20
Mexico, Chiapas, Tenejapa Municipio, In Paraje Pahal Ton, 2499m

CAS:BOT-BC
336696Ton, Alush Shilom   19741967-01-30
Mexico, Chiapas, Tenejapa Municipio, In the paraje of Matsab, 2713m

CAS:BOT-BC
518749Riefner, Jr., R. E.   12-282012-02-13
United States, California, San Diego County, South Coast: San Diego, community of Serra Mesa, S of Gramercy Dr. and immediately W of Taft Middle School, 32.801875 -117.1339194444, 115m

CAS:BOT-BC
533004Zika, Peter F.   269752015-05-08
United States, California, Santa Barbara County, West of Carmel Beach Circle, Goleta; South Coast (SCo), 34.425 -119.895, 15m

CAS:BOT-BC
610192Orcutt, C. R.   8811925-05-16
Mexico, Hidalgo, Mineral del Chico Municipality, Mineral del Chico

CAS:BOT-BC
610193Ventura A., A.   41931982-12-11
Mexico, Mexico, Texcoco Municipality, San Nicolás Tlamincas, 2400m

CAS:BOT-BC
610194unspecified   2371975-03-30
Mexico, Hidalgo, Pachuca Municipality, 1.5 km al N de Cerezo (contiguo a la cañada El Salto), 2900m

CAS:BOT-BC
610195García P., José   6061978-03-24
Mexico, Hidalgo, Mineral del Chico Municipality, 17 Km. al Norte de la carretera Pachuca - Zacualtipán, por la carretera que pasa por el parque y que va hacia Mineral del Chico, 2700m

DAV - UC Davis Herbarium


DAV
Marcel Rejmanek   s.n.2015-04-19
United States, California, Santa Cruz County, Santa Cruz County: NE of Scotts Valley along N side of Highway 17., 37.0774999999131 -121.981944444465, 305m

DAV
A.C. Sanders   249012002-03-23
United States, California, Riverside County, Riverside County: Riverside, cultivated plants in the UCR area., 33.9666666666667 -117.333333333333, 335m

HNT - Huntington Botanical Gardens Herbarium


HNT
Sedum praealtum subsp. parvifolium A. DC. (R.T. Clausen) R.T. Clausen
5151Uhl   26001980-01-10
Guatemala, Totonicapan, Km 171.9 on GA no. 1, 15 km. SE of San Cristobal Totonicapan, 2895m

NCC - Sonoma State University Herbarium


NCC
5319MacDonald, Wm. M.   12781957-07-31
United States, California, Stanford Arboretum, west side (Cactus Gardens)

OBI - Robert F. Hoover Herbarium, Cal Poly State University


OBI
OBI113581Ryan Grasell   12015-03-04
United States, California, San Luis Obispo, 1/2 into Felsman Loop, Bishop Peak. Normally grown ornamentally.

RSA - California Botanic Garden Herbarium


RSA:VascularPlants
RSA0270027   
Mexico

SD - SD Herbarium, San Diego Natural History Museum


SD
SD00060493R.E., Jr. Riefner   12-282012-02-13
United States, California, San Diego, South Coast: San Diego, communituy of Serra Mesa, south of Gramercy Dr. and immediately west of Taft Middle School., 32.80194 -117.13389, 115m

SD
Reid Moran   82901960-05-19
United States, California, San Diego, Ex hort. National City; from the garden of C. F. Harbison.

UCJEPS - University and Jepson Herbaria, University of California, Berkeley


UCJEPS:VASC
UC1050130N. Floy Bracelin   

UCJEPS:VASC
UC1506103   
Mexico

UCJEPS:VASC
UC1509950   
Mexico

UCJEPS:VASC
UC1590803   
Mexico

UCJEPS:VASC
UC1535387   

UCJEPS:VASC
UC1549050   
Mexico

UCR - University of California, Riverside Herbarium - Vascular Plants


UCR
A.C. Sanders   342142007-06-23
United States, California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, cliffs on the east side of the mouth of the San Lorenzo River, downstream of the RR trestle, 36.96472 -122.01111

UCR
R.E. Riefner, Jr.   12--282012-02-13
United States, California, San Diego, San Diego, community of Serra Mesa, south of Gramercy Dr. and immediately west of Taft Middle School, 32.80188 -117.13392, 115m

UCR
Peter F. Zika   269752015-05-08
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Goleta, west of Carmel Beach Circle, 34.425 -119.895, 15m

UCR
A.C. Sanders   249012002-03-23
United States, California, Riverside, Riverside, cultivated plants in the UCR area, 33.975 -117.325, 335m

UCR
B.G. Pitzer   BG--561986-03-18
United States, California, Riverside, University of California, Riverside. Botanic Garden, 33.97 -117.31944, 396m


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