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

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Chico State Herbarium


CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC026635M. P. Hayes; M. S. T.   941977-09-11
United States, California, Butte, On the nw slope of Humboldt Peak, on Butte-Plumas county line., 40.151389 -121.430833, 2073m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC027442J. D. Detzer; M. Sacks   1831978-05-05
United States, Idaho, Idaho, Along trail on w bank of Snake R, from Johnson Bar to McLeod Ranch. T25N R02W S35 NW1/4, 457m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC044610Vernon Oswald; Lowell Ahart   31851987-08-05
United States, California, Butte, Rock outcrops skirting the n flank of Humboldt Peak on the Butte-Plumas county border, s of the Pacific Crest Trail. T27N R05E S32 SW1/4 of NE1/4, 40.151667 -121.431111, 2073m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC055793Vernon H. Oswald   48621991-09-01
United States, California, Shasta, South side of Lassen Hwy at Marker 54, just east of Lost Creek Group Campground. Lassen Volcanic National Park. T31N R04E S03 SW1/4 of SW1/4, 40.561389 -121.518889, 1731m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC059165Vernon H. Oswald; Lowell Ahart   52081992-09-15
United States, California, Plumas, Bonte Peak located E of Mt. Harkness and Juniper Lake. Lassen Volcanic National Park. T30N R06E S24 NW1/4 of SW1/4, 40.443611 -121.268056, 2164m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC084942Lowell Ahart   106442003-10-17
United States, California, Plumas, Cliffs northeast of Humboldt Peak, about 3/4 mile east of Humboldt Summit, about 8 miles (air) northeast of Butte Meadows. T27N R05E S33 NW1/4, 40.154444 -121.421667, 2103m

CHSC:V-VascularPlants
CHSC084993Lowell Ahart   106532003-10-17
United States, California, Plumas, Cliffs north of Humboldt Peak, on the south side of the Pacific Crest Trail, about 1/2 mile east of Humboldt Summit, about 8 miles (air) northeast of Butte Meadows. T27N R05E S32 near the center, 40.154167 -121.434722, 2042m


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