Dataset: CHSC-
Taxa: Lindbladia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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California State University Chico, Ahart Herbarium


CHSC
CHSC104243D. H. Curtis   16821969-07-09
United States, Idaho, Boise, Camp Ee-Da-How., 44.688292 -116.071782, 1768m

CHSC
CHSC104250D. H. Curtis   15291968-09-05
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP Grouse Hill., 42.991795 -122.12114, 2134m

CHSC
CHSC104251D. H. Curtis   15291968-09-05
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP Grouse Hill., 42.991795 -122.12114, 2134m

CHSC
CHSC104252D. H. Curtis   15291968-09-05
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP Grouse Hill., 42.991795 -122.12114, 2134m

CHSC
CHSC104253D. H. Curtis   15371968-09-06
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP Kerr Valley., 42.895408 -122.047803, 2103m

CHSC
CHSC104254D. H. Curtis   15371968-09-06
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP Kerr Valley., 42.895408 -122.047803, 2103m

CHSC
CHSC104255D. H. Curtis   10831967-07-16
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP W. side of rd. fr. R.V., 42.911038 -122.168901, 2073m

CHSC
CHSC104256D. H. Curtis   10831967-07-16
United States, Oregon, Klamath, CLNP W. side of rd. fr. R.V., 42.911038 -122.168901, 2073m

CHSC
Lindbladia effusa (Ehrenb.) Rostaf.
CHSC056358D. T. Kowalski   16071965-07-02
United States, California, Tehama, Well's Cabin Campground., 39.83777778 -122.9491667, 1920m

CHSC
Lindbladia effusa (Ehrenb.) Rostaf.
CHSC056359D. T. Kowalski   15931965-07-02
United States, California, Tehama, Well's Cabin Campground., 39.83777778 -122.9491667, 1920m

CHSC
Lindbladia cribrarioides (Emoto) M.L. Farr & Alexop.
CHSC067775Y. Yamamoto   114351991-07-09
Japan, Kochi Pref, Kitatakimoto, Tosayamada-cho., 34.7 138.933333


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