Dataset: SFSU
Taxa: Thermopsis
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-005811B. Trowbridge   37111974-06-15
Arizona, Coconino

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005810D. Largent   0091962-07-07
Idaho, Valley

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005809J. R. Sweeney   7791952-05-02
California, Lake

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005808E. Carter   1061968-04-13
California, Marin

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005807Sager, Judith   0201991-04-25
California, Marin

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005806Sager, Judith   0201991-04-25
California, Marin

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005805GG Moller   0381991-05-08

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005804M. Gilkey   0311993-05-12
California, Marin

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005803N. Yonkow   0271992-04-28
California, Marin

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005802M Ely   0531991-04-15
California, Marin

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005801M Ely   0531991-04-15
California, Marin

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005800Joe Ammirati   1421965-04-23
California, Sonoma

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005799Hans Leschke   sn1942-05-24
United States, California, Tulare, Hidden Lake Trail, N side Mt. Tamalpais.

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005798paul Jodar   261963-04-14
California, Napa

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005797R. Gage   961966-05-03
California, Mendocino

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005796A.S. Methven   11931982-05-04
California, Marin

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005795Bruce Stein   4631981-04-04
California, Marin, Bootjack Camp, Mt. Tam.

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005795Bruce Stein   4631981-04-04
California, Marin, Bootjack Camp, Mt. Tam.

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005794J Fish   1051967-05-19
California, Marin

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005793P. Albertsen   801966-04-19
California, Marin, Mt. Tamalpais

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005792J. D. Ripley   13871968-04-29
California, Marin, Angel Island

SFSU
SFSU-VP-005791HD Thiers   337831975-06-04
California, Trinity


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