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

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RSA - California Botanic Garden - Bryophytes


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Alsia californica (Hook. & Arnott) Sull.
RSA0114074James R. Shevock   487342016-08-26
United States, California, Contra Costa, Tilden Botanic Garden along Wildcat Creek., 274m

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Alsia californica (Hook. & Arnott) Sull.
Eve Laeger   7622001-03-16
United States, California, Monterey, Fort Ord along Barloy Road., 137m

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Alsia californica (Hook. & Arnott) Sull.
James R. Shevock   384712011-07-17
United States, California, San Mateo, Trail along Little Butano Creek northeast of campground area., 131m

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Alsia californica (Hook. & Arnott) Sull.
James R. Shevock   387442011-08-28
United States, California, San Mateo, Along Old Womans Creek and Fire Road off of Gazos Creek Road toward county line., 76m

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RSA0056141Mona Bourell   57201996-01-20
United States, California, Monterey, 42 km southeast of Carmel, CA. Southeast facing slope, above Blonquist pond.

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RSA0036550Lowell Ahart   139622007-05-29
United States, California, Butte, About 1/8 mile south of Bald Rock Dome, on the east side of the Dome Trail, trail leads to the Middle Fork of the Feather River, about 1 1/4 miles by the trail from the trail head which is about 3/10 mile east of Bean Creek Road, about 2 miles (air)northeast of Big Bald Rock, about 16 miles (air) northeast of Oroville., 686m

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RSA0114076James R. Shevock   468262015-06-01
United States, California, Plumas, Above PG&E powerhouse at end of Caribou Road paralleling the North Fork Feather River. Along trail at foot bridge., 922m

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RSA0056109Mona Bourell   57351997-03-29
United States, California, Colusa, Dixie Glade Campground., 918m

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RSA0056104M. Bourell   38451989-05-07
United States, California, Mendocino, Northern California Coast Range Preserve, 7 mi. NE of Branscomb. Near summit of Black Oak Mt. trail., 1128m

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Eve Laeger   8982001-05-08
United States, California, Kern, Tejon Ranch. Live Oak Canyon, north of Castac Lake and east of Interstate 5., 1220m

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Eve Laeger   8552001-04-09
United States, California, Kern, Tejon Ranch. Rising Valley, north of Castac Lake and east of Interstate 5., 1037m

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Eve Laeger   8582011-04-09
United States, California, Kern, Tejon Ranch. Rising Valley, north of Castac Lake and east of Interstate 5., 1037m

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Eve Laeger   18872003-03-19
United States, California, Kern, Tejon Ranch. Bear Trap Canyon., 1067m

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Eve Laeger   14072002-05-21
United States, California, Kern, Tejon Ranch. Approximately 4 miles east of Castac Lake north of Los Angeles County line., 1037m

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Dendroalsia abietina (Hook.) Britt.
RSA0036548Lowell Ahart   139612007-05-29
United States, California, Butte, About 1/8 mile south of Bald Rock Dome, on the east side of the Dome Trail, trail leads to the Middle Fork of the Feather River, about 1 1/4 miles by the trail from the trail head which is 3/10 mile east of Bean Creek Road, about 2 miles (air) northeastof Big Bald Rock, about 16 miles (air) northeast of Oroville., 686m

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Dendroalsia abietina (Hook.) Britt.
James R. Shevock   385492011-08-04
United States, California, Tuolumne, Tuolumne Wild and Scenic River. Opposite side of river (north-facing) at junction of Clavey River., 357m

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Eve Laeger   11132001-11-13
United States, California, Mendocino, Headlands trail, Russian Gulch north of Mendocino., 46m

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Nogopterium gracile (Hedw.) Crosby & W.R. Buck
RSA0056050Mona Bourell   60361997-03-14
United States, California, Lake, Lincoln Rock. West side of Socrates Mine Road.


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