Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Elymus repens (Agropyron repens, Agropyron sachalinense, Agropyron subulatum, Agropyron vaillantianum, Braconotia officinarum, Elymus hoffmannii, Elymus neogaeus, Elymus vaillantianus, Elytrigia repens, Elytrigia vaillantiana, Elytrigia vaillantianum, Triticum infestum, Triticum repens, Triticum vaillantianum, Zeia repens, Elytrigia repens subsp. caesia, Trisetum repens subsp. magellanicum, Agropyron junceum var. repens, Agropyron repens var. aristatum, Agropyron repens var. nemorale, Agropyron repens var. pilosum, Agropyron repens var. pubescens, Agropyron repens var. repens, Agropyron repens var. vaillantianum, Agropyron repens var. vulgare, Elymus repens var. aristatus, Elytrigia repens var. aristata, Elytrigia repens var. caesium, Elytrigia repens var. glauca, Elytrigia repens var. pubescens, Elytrigia repens var. repens, Elytrigia repens var. subulatum, Elytrigia repens var. vaillantiana, Elytrigia repens var. vaillantianum, Triticum repens var. caesium, Triticum repens var. subulatum, Triticum repens var. vulgare, Agropyron repens subvar. pubescens, Agropyron repens f. aristatum, Agropyron repens f. geniculatum, Agropyron repens f. heberhachis, Agropyron repens f. pilosum, Agropyron repens f. repens, Agropyron repens f. setiferum, Agropyron repens f. stoloniferum, Agropyron repens f. trichorrhachis, Agropyron repens f. vaillantianum, Triticum repens f. pubescens, Elytrigia repens subsp. repens), Elymus repens subsp. repens (Elymus repens subsp. caesius, Triticum repens var. glaucum)
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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SBBG - Clifton Smith Herbarium, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

Elymus repens (L.) Gould
SBBG181018S. Khalsa   2013-08-02
United States, California, Santa Barbara, San Miguel Island: near estuary [N of Cardwell Pt], 34.0275 -120.3095, 2m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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