Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Tetragonia tetragonoides (Tetragonia expansa, Tetragonia tetragonioides, Demidovia tetragonoides)
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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RSA - California Botanic Garden Herbarium


RSA:VascularPlants-RSA
E. R. Blakley   41951961-04-28
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island. Mouth of Canyon del Mar., 34.0455 -120.351, 3m

RSA:VascularPlants-RSA
B. Given   527101979-04-30
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island. On beach dunes at Cuyler Harbor., 34.04664 -120.35163, 3m

RSA:VascularPlants-RSA
E. R. Blakley   50931962-04-03
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island. Beach dunes just above high tide line west end of Simonton Cove., 34.05046 -120.39471, 3m

RSA:VascularPlants-POM
P. A. Munz   118141930-04-10
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island., 34.03733 -120.37063

RSA:VascularPlants-RSA
R. N. Philbrick   B65-15251965-08-25
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island. West-facing slope, just south-southeast of triangulation point ‘Harbor’ and west-southwest of Hare Rock., 34.06008 -120.36368, 122m

SBBG - Clifton Smith Herbarium, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden


SBBG
SBBG184138S. A. Junak   SM 62331997-04-16
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: moist flats above Bath Beach, near seep at bathing area, 34.0396 -120.43275

SBBG
SBBG184136Ralph Hoffmann   1930-06-11
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: beach, 34.0389 -120.37215

SBBG
SBBG184131R. N. Philbrick   B64-2711964-06-26
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: ranch house, S of Cuyler Harbor, 34.0393 -120.3502

SBBG
SBBG184135E. R. Blakley   41951961-04-28
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: just above high tide line at mouth of Cyn del Mar, 34.0455 -120.351

SBBG
SBBG184129R. N. Philbrick   B66-281966-01-05
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: N of Green Mtn, 34.0495 -120.3925

SBBG
SBBG184134E. R. Blakley   50931962-04-03
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: beach dunes just above high tide line W end of Simonton Cove, 34.051 -120.4105

SBBG
SBBG181108S. A. Junak   SM 60411995-07-19
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: moist sandy flats at base of of coastal bluffs, near middle of Charcoal Cove, 34.0521 -120.4173

SBBG
SBBG184137S. A. Junak, K. Kirkland, A. Hebshi   63791998-04-22
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: SE side of Prince Island, 34.057 -120.3326

SBBG
SBBG184130R. N. Philbrick   B65-15251965-08-25
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: just SSE of Triangulation Pt Harbor 2, WSW of Hare Rock, 34.0638 -120.3592

SBBG
SBBG184133S. A. Junak   58371995-02-08
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: W side of summit of Devil's Knoll, the high point of the Harris Pt peninsula, just W of Triangulation Stn Harbor 2, 34.0644 -120.3598

SBBG
SBBG184132E. R. Blakley   58851963-05-23
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: N end of Simonton Cove near Harris Pt, 34.0672 -120.3665

SD - SD Herbarium, San Diego Natural History Museum


SD
Bob Given   527101979-04-30
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island, on beach dunes at Cuyler Harbor, 34.04664 -120.35163, 3m

SD
E. R. Blakley   41951961-04-28
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island, at the mouth of Canyon del Mar., 34.0455 -120.351, 3m

SD
E. R. Blakley   50931962-04-03
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island; beach dunes just above high tide west end of Simonton Cove., 34.051 -120.4105, 3m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.