Dataset: SFSU-
Taxa: Acanthaceae
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-000001B. Trowbridge   8391970-06-17
United States, California, Alameda County, 37.868747 -122.273777

SFSU
SFSU-VP-000004A. Mallard   1061991-04-27
United States, California, Riverside, Utah Trail - 44 mi south of 29 palms, 500m

SFSU
SFSU-VP-000008M.A. Hewlett   3181977-01-12
United States, California, San Diego, East of Setenac Canyon, 762m

SFSU
SFSU-VP-000005R. Landfear   651967-03-23
United States, California, San Diego County, 5 miles east of main campsite, 61m

SFSU
SFSU-VP-000006H. Thiers   186661967-03-22
United States, California, Riverside County, Palm Canyon Drive

SFSU
SFSU-VP-000007H. D. Thiers   24,9131970-03-07
United States, California, Riverside County, Along Highway 74 between Palm Desert and Pinyon Flats Campground, 610m

SFSU
SFSU-VP-000002B. Trowbridge   8001969-11-01
United States, California, Alameda County, corner of Ellsworth and Blake Streets, growing next to house, 37.863659 -122.262805

SFSU
Justicia californica (Benth.) D. Gibson
SFSU-VP-000009R. Bolden   "011"1995-04-11
United States, California, Riverside County, Box Canyon, Ca Hwy 195, 12 mi E of Mecca., 125m

SFSU
Justicia californica (Benth.) D.N. Gibson
SFSU-VP-000003Peterson   1341966-04-08
United States, California, Riverside, Hwy. 10, 1 mi. north of Hwy. 195

SFSU
B. Trowbridge   # 55081975-07-20
United States, California, San Francisco County, Greenhouse at San Francisco State University (Cultivated)

SFSU
SFSU-VP-000038B. Trowbridge   # 55081975-07-20
United States, California, San Francisco County, Greenhouse at San Francisco State University (Cultivated)

SFSU
SFSU-VP-000037W. H. Ahrens   #0021979-06-16
United States, Indiana, Fountain County, Just outside the entrance to Portland Arch Nature Preserve, ca 0.5 mi S of Fountain


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