Dataset: SFSU
Taxa: Rupertia
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
Rupertia physodes (Douglas ex Hook.) J.W. Grimes
SFSU-VP-005773Katherine Culligan   5091981-05-07
USA, California, Contra Costa

SFSU
Rupertia physodes (Douglas ex Hook.) J.W. Grimes
SFSU-VP-005772Barbara Trowbridge   2361968-04-20
USA, California, Sonoma

SFSU
Rupertia physodes (Douglas ex Hook.) J.W. Grimes
SFSU-VP-005771   1942-04-26
USA, California, Marin

SFSU
Rupertia physodes (Douglas ex Hook.) J.W. Grimes
SFSU-VP-005770J.R. Sweeney   10541953-05-18
USA, California, Lake

SFSU
Rupertia physodes (Douglas ex Hook.) J.W. Grimes
SFSU-VP-005769Joe Ammirati   3291966-04-30
USA, California, Lake

SFSU
Rupertia physodes (Douglas ex Hook.) J.W. Grimes
SFSU-VP-005768D. Toren   4981972-06-15
USA, California, Lake

SFSU
Rupertia physodes (Douglas ex Hook.) J.W. Grimes
SFSU-VP-005767M. Fletcher   0251991-05-17
USA, California, Contra Costa


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