Dataset: RSA-Bryophytes
Taxa: Plagiobryoides
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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RSA - California Botanic Garden - Bryophytes


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Plagiobryoides vinosula (Cardot) J.R. Spence
RSA0085653Eve Laeger   18362003-07-10
United States, California, San Bernardino, Granite Mountains. Cottonwood Wash southwest of Cottonwood Spring about 6 airmiles north of Interstate 40., 1433m

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Plagiobryoides vinosula (Cardot) J.R. Spence
RSA0085658Eve Laeger   18762003-03-11
United States, California, Kern, North ridge of Chuckwalla Mountain south of Blue Point, Jawbone Canyon., 1067m

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Plagiobryoides vinosula (Cardot) J.R. Spence
RSA0085652Eve Laeger   13242002-03-25
United States, California, San Bernardino, New York Mountains. Keystone Canyon at Keystone Springs, east side of New York Mountains., 1768m

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Plagiobryoides vinosula (Cardot) J.R. Spence
RSA0085659Eve Laeger   3292000-10-03
United States, California, Tulare, Domeland Wilderness, Kern Plateau. Along trail 36E06 about 1 mile west of Long Valley (BLM) toward South Fork Kern River., 1539m


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