Dataset: SEINet-Plants
Taxa: Camissonia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-ARIZ:Plants
Camissonia californica (Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray) Raven
240263R. Mays   s.n.1983-04-21
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita experimental range, Santa Rita Mountains, 35 miles N. of Tucson, 31.79999923 -110.80000305, 1310m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
T. Reeves   65241978-03-28
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Box Canyon Rd, 2.1 mi east of Jct w/ Madera Canyon Rd., 31.8017 -110.807, 1280m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
Camissonia californica (Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray) Raven
Robert Mays   1983-05-17
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Range and Wildlife Area. Box Canyon Wash west of Forest Road # 485., 31.811 -110.815, 1280m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
Camissonia californica (Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray) Raven
Robert Mays   1983-05-17
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Range and Wildlife Area. Box Canyon Wash west of Forest Road #485., 31.811 -110.815, 1280m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
Robert L. Mays   1983-03-24
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Range and Wildlife Area. Along forest Rd. 62., 31.8333 -110.852, 884m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
R. L. Mays   181983-04-15
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Range. North of Forest Service Rd. 505 & East of Forest Service Rd. 424., 31.8544 -110.815, 1219m

SEINet-UCR:Plants
Camissonia campestris (Greene) P.H.Raven
UCR-11691Harlan Lewis   12961962-04-10
United States, California, Madera, San Joaquin Experimental Range between Coarsegold and O?Neals, 37.1 -119.73


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