Dataset: SHTC
Taxa: Allenrolfea
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SHTC - CSU Stanislaus Herbarium


SHTC
Allenrolfea occidentalis (S. Watson) Kuntze
Bella,  R. & Smith, A.   72016-02-22
United States, California, Merced, on the auto trail of the San Luis Wild Life reserve, 37.5227778 -120.8555556, 15m

SHTC
Allenrolfea occidentalis (S. Watson) Kuntze
Milam D.   -1971-05-11
United States, California, Merced, Volta Lake on the west shore

SHTC
Allenrolfea occidentalis (S. Watson) Kuntze
James, Susan   481996-05-18
United States, California, Merced, Salt Slough Wildlife Area, east-side of pond, 0.5 miles north of Wolfsen Rd.

SHTC
Allenrolfea occidentalis (S. Watson) Kuntze
Nelson, N.   901996-05-11
United States, California, Merced, Salt Slough Wildlife Area, west side of pond 40

SHTC
Allenrolfea occidentalis (S. Watson) Kuntze
G. Silva   72019-04-11
United States, California, Merced, Kesterson National Wildlife Refuge, 37.28792 -120.94058, 30m

SHTC
Allenrolfea occidentalis (S. Watson) Kuntze
D. Eissabake, M. Lanzar   22019-04-11
United States, California, Merced, Kesterson reservoir, near main entrance, 37.1635 -120.5632


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