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

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Chico State Herbarium


CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC013473A. M. Parsons   21972-04-30
United States, California, Del Norte, Found 1.5 mi n of Crescent City, 100 yds. e of Meridian street end., 41.784444 -124.203333, 15m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC002104M. Anthony   1960-05-14
United States, California, Humboldt, N. coastal., 40.723889 -124.213611

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC026464J. Detzer   41977-04-08
United States, California, Humboldt, S end of Patricks Point State Park, ca. .2 mi w of Hwy. 101 and 5 mi n of Trinidad. T09N R02W S35 NW1/4 USGS Quadrangle: Trinidad 1:24,000, 41.13 -124.155556, 61m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC026977J. Detzer; M. Sacks   811978-03-15
United States, Washington, King, Vashon Island in Puget Sound, 1 km s of Vashon Town. T22N R02E S USGS Quadrangle: Seattle, 15m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC004453C. Glascock   3241965-04-11
United States, Oregon, Coos, In swamp visible to the E of US 101, 2 mi. S of Reed's port.

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC057533Michelle Y. Wagner   161990-04-10
United States, California, Humboldt, Hope Creek Trail; 5 miles n of Orick. Damp ravine on w side of Hwy 101., 41.440278 -124.043056, 152m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC007077K. Cox   71969-04-02
United States, California, Humboldt, Patrick's Point St. Pk. ca. 100 ft. S. campsite #43., 41.139722 -124.147222

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC084688L. P. Janeway   79272003-07-27
United States, California, Humboldt, North Coast. Edge of marsh on south side of southwest end of Hwy 101 causeway across Big Lagoon. T09N R01E S18 SW1/4 of SW1/4 USGS Quadrangle: Rodgers Peak 1:24,000, 41.158889 -124.103333, 2m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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