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

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SHTC - CSU Stanislaus Herbarium


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Rice, B.   232016-05-08
United States, California, Mariposa, Growing near a fence on the road near Barrets entrance to Lake McClure, 37.64833 -120.29306, 252m

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Davis, M.A.   501996-05-06
United States, California, Tuolumne, Red Hills recreation area off J59 three miles from Chinese Camp

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Herbel Corinna L.   311996-04-22
United States, California, Merced, Lake McClure 5 miles north of the entrance gates. on left hand side of road along trail

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Swanson, Carlne   621968-05-02
United States, California, Merced, 5 miles south of Merced Falls, 61m

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Shipley, Barbara   -1965-06-30
United States, California, Alameda, Redwood Road, 46m

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Chang, Youngjune   3941989-05-05
United States, Missouri, Vernon, Osage Prairie; Sec 4, T34N, R31W

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Chang, Youngjune   3841989-05-05
United States, Missouri, Vernon, Osage Prairie; Sec 4, T34N, R31W

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Camassia esculenta (Nutt.) Lindl.
Gregersen, E.   F.1938-05-25
United States, ILL, DuPage, Near Wooddale, Illinois


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