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

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Chico State Herbarium

CHSC020500M. S. Taylor   8051975-06-25
United States, California, Butte, Along Mud Creek, ca. _ mi n of Richardson Springs Hotel, ca. 6 mi n of Chico., 39.844444 -121.778889, 213m

CHSC002313V. Holt   1935-05-18
United States, California, Butte, Fern Banks along Chico Creek., 39.766667 -121.779444, 91m

CHSC027303T. B. Devine   3731976-10-24
United States, California, Trinity, N end of Trinity Lake at Calaho Rd., 41.0475 -122.703889

CHSC031066M. S. Taylor   30031980-06-30
United States, California, Trinity, Along Davis Creek, ca. 2 mi nw of Hwy 3, ca. 7.5 mi sw of Trinity Center. T36N R08W S33 N1/2 USGS Quadrangle: Trinity Dam, 40.942222 -122.792778, 1067m

CHSC038883Vernon Oswald   4681983-05-11
United States, California, Butte, Upper Bidwell Park, Chico, bordering the golf course s of Chico Creek & e of the footbridge., 39.768889 -121.7775, 91m

CHSC047069R. A. Schlising   45361988-04-24
United States, California, Butte, N of Forest Ranch along Hwy 32. T25N R03E S33, 39.983056 -121.638611, 975m

CHSC071556Vernon H. Oswald; Lowell Ahart   94001998-07-28
United States, California, Trinity, Hwy. 3 south of Hayfork and 3.5 mi north of Hwy. 36. T30N R12W S12, 40.465278 -123.169167, 792m

CHSC084306Lowell Ahart; John Dittes   102712003-06-11
United States, California, Tehama, On the west side of Battle Creek, about 1 mile north of Manton Road, about 1 1/2 miles (air) northeast of the Colman Power House, about 5 miles (air) west-southwest of Darah Springs State Fish Hatchery, about 10 miles (air) east-northeast of Cottonwood. T30N R02W S33 SW1/4, 40.413056 -122.098611, 153m

CHSC099764Lowell Ahart; John Dittes   148492008-06-19
United States, California, Shasta, About 5 yards east of the Pit River, about 150 yards southwest of the intersection of Cassel-Fall River Road and Dee-Knoch Road, about 1/4 mile southeast of Highway 299 in Fall River Mills. T37N R05E S31 E1/2, 40.998611 -121.434444, 994m

CHSC101139Lowell Ahart   157162009-05-15
United States, California, Butte, On the east bank of Big Chico Creek, on the west side of the dirt road which is Ten Mile House Road, Upper Bidwell Park, about 3/4 mile (air) west of Highway 32, about 10 miles northeast of Chico. T23N R02E S35 SW1/4, 39.805833 -121.723333, 234m

CHSC097325L. P. Janeway   90702007-06-25
United States, California, Butte, Northern High Sierra Nevada. Plumas National Forest; along north bank of French Creek between Bidwell Creek and Jack Creek. T22N R05E S35 NE1/4 of SE1/4 USGS Quadrangle: Berry Creek 1:24,000, 39.717778 -121.379444, 604m

CHSC109345Karen Callahan   242012-05-25
United States, California, Nevada, Northern Sierra Nevada Foothills. Empire Mine State Historic Park, Union Meadow, less than 1 mile east of Grass Valley driving on East Bennett Road. Take Lava Rock to Slopoke Lane to the bridge over Wolf Creek. Growing next to Wolf Creek. T16N R08E S26 USGS Quadrangle: Grass Valley, 39.215278 -121.040278, 765m

CHSC109170Lowell Ahart; Linnea Hanson, Susan Bazell, Josephine Guardino   180072012-05-10
United States, California, Butte, West of the horse path, on the north side of the paved park road, southwest of the old walnut orchard, south of Vallombrosa Avenue, about 1/4 mile west of Peterson Drive, Lower Bidwell Park, Chico. T22N, R2E, northwest ΒΌ Section 19., 39.7509 -121.8015, 76m

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