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

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RSA - California Botanic Garden - Bryophytes


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Sarmentypnum exannulatum (Schimp.) Hedenäs
RSA0099744Eve Laeger   10522001-08-14
United States, California, Tulare, Golden Trout Wilderness. Pond-like area above High Lake east of New Army Pass., 3505m

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Sarmentypnum exannulatum (Schimp.) Hedenäs
RSA0099731Eve Laeger   2712000-09-18
United States, California, Tulare, Western Divide. Along the south end of Slate Mountain, 0.25 mile northeast of point 8769., 2515m

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Sarmentypnum exannulatum (Schimp.) Hedenäs
RSA0056026James R. Shevock   331832009-07-28
United States, California, Mariposa, South Fork Merced River Basin. Turner Meadow., 2245m

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Sarmentypnum exannulatum (Schimp.) Hedenäs
RSA0099732Eve Laeger   16102002-08-02
United States, California, Tulare, Jennie Lakes Wilderness. Rowell Meadows., 2697m

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Sarmentypnum exannulatum (Schimp.) Hedenäs
RSA0099745Eve Laeger   3842000-10-21
United States, California, Tulare, Kern Plateau. Unnamed meadow due east of Point 9945 on north end of Sirretta Ridge and about 1.5 miles SE of Sherman Pass., 2768m

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Sarmentypnum exannulatum (Schimp.) Hedenäs
RSA0099746Eve Laeger   10502001-08-15
United States, California, Tulare, Upper end of Rock Creek west side of New Army Pass., 3353m

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Sarmentypnum exannulatum (Schimp.) Hedenäs
RSA0099730Eve Laeger   4552000-10-27
United States, California, Tulare, Golden Trout Wilderness. Along trail 31E23 at Parole Cabin site along Alpine Creek., 1920m

RSA:Bryophytes-RSA
Sarmentypnum exannulatum (Schimp.) Hedenäs
RSA0099747Eve Laeger   3812000-10-21
United States, California, Tulare, Kern Plateau. Unnamed meadow due east of Point 9945 on north end of Sirretta Ridge and about 1.5 miles SE of Sherman Pass., 2768m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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