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

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RSA - California Botanic Garden - Bryophytes


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Asterella californica (Hampe) Underw.
RSA0123149Sarah J. De Groot   64602011-01-01
United States, California, San Diego, Hidden Meadows, N of Escondido: private residence at 10678 Cerveza Dr., 413m

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Asterella californica (Hampe) Underw.
RSA0123145Sarah J. De Groot   64592011-01-01
United States, California, San Diego, Hidden Meadows, N of Escondido: private residence at 10678 Cerveza Dr., 413m

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Asterella californica (Hampe) Underw.
RSA0123126Sarah J. De Groot   65692011-03-19
United States, California, San Bernardino, BLMChemehuevi Mountains: Above unnamed spring, in side drainage south-southwest of Cave Wash. Near upper (second) tanks., 526m

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Asterella californica (Hampe) Underw.
RSA0123144Sarah J. De Groot   64582011-01-01
United States, California, San Diego, Hidden Meadows, N of Escondido: private residence at 10678 Cerveza Dr., 413m

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Asterella californica (Hampe) Underw.
Eve Laeger   25572005-04-04
United States, California, Kern, Domeland Wilderness. Kern Plateau, south side of Pilot Knob less than 2 airmiles north of highway 178 and the town of Onyx., 1296m

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Asterella californica (Hampe) Underw.
Eve Laeger   21922004-03-21
United States, California, Monterey, Along dirt road to Arnold Cabin site., 549m

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Cryptomitrium tenerum (Hook.) Aust.
RSA0123146Sarah J. De Groot   64712011-02-08
United States, California, San Diego, Oat Hills, private residence at 10678 Cerveza Dr, N of Escondido., 412m


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Google Map

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