Dataset: SFSU
Taxa: Dalea
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SFSU - Vascular Plants of the Harry D. Thiers Herbarium at San Francisco State University


SFSU
SFSU-VP-004893Gustafson   1963-04-20
USA, California, Imperial

SFSU
SFSU-VP-004892J.J. Hillard   0181987-04-13
USA, California, Riverside

SFSU
SFSU-VP-004891B. Gotelli   221960-04-14
USA, California, Kern

SFSU
SFSU-VP-004890J. Anduiza   231975-03-28
USA, California, Riverside

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SFSU-VP-004889Gail Waldron   0351992-04-12
USA, California, Riverside

SFSU
SFSU-VP-004888H.D. Thiers   186691967-03-20
USA, California, Alpine

SFSU
SFSU-VP-004887M.A. Hewlett   3441977-01-13
USA, California, San Bernardino

SFSU
SFSU-VP-004886Jan D. Snyder   91971-07-16
USA, Nevada, Washoe

SFSU
Dalea polydenia Torr. ex S. Watson
SFSU-VP-004885B. Trowbridge   26161972-06-15
USA, Nevada, Washoe

SFSU
Dalea parryi Torr. & A. Gray
SFSU-VP-004884R. Patterson   13591980-04-01
USA, California, Riverside

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Dalea mollissima (Rydb.) Munz
SFSU-VP-004883Gail Waldron   0331992-04-13
USA, California, Riverside

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Dalea mollissima (Rydb.) Munz
SFSU-VP-004882Alisya Galo   0121989-03-22
USA, California, San Bernardino

SFSU
Dalea mollissima (Rydb.) Munz
SFSU-VP-004881Alisya Galo   0111989-03-22
USA, California, San Bernardino

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Dalea mollissima (Rydb.) Munz
SFSU-VP-004880Alisya Galo   0121989-03-22
USA, California, San Bernardino

SFSU
Dalea mollissima (Rydb.) Munz
SFSU-VP-004879Bruce A. Stein   8111982-04-09
USA, California, San Bernardino

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SFSU-VP-004878W. Savage   1121958-04-05
USA, California

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SFSU-VP-004877M.A. Showers   1869 mas1980-04-29
USA, California, Inyo

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SFSU-VP-004876M.A. Showers   1826 mas1980-04-28
USA, California, Kern

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SFSU-VP-004875L. Hamel   s.n.1977-06-11
USA, California, Kern

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Dalea emoryi A. Gray
SFSU-VP-004874M.A. Hewlett   804 mah1978-01-17
USA, California, Riverside


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