Nasturtium officinale
Nasturtium officinale
(water-cress)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1440274 CAMontereyColeman Reservoir, ca. 1 km N of Upper Milpitas Rd, 1.6 km W of Mission Crk; Ft Hunter Liggett1994 18060005 Salinasunknown
1439815 CAMontereyFort Ord BLM Area2006 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440223 CAMontereyimmed. W of Fort Hunter-Liggett on Rd. to Indians and Salsipuedes camps.2001 18060005 Salinasunknown
1441020 CAMontereyIn creek, Toro Regional Park, ca. 10 mi ne of Salinas on Hwy 68.1975 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440527 CAMontereySouth Coast Range, Fort Hunter Liggett, Training Area 2, Coleman Reservoir, c. 0.8-1.0 air km north of Upper Milpitas Road, c. 1.0-1.5 air km south of reservation boundary, 1.6 air km west of Mission Creek, c. 2.0 air km northeast of Milpitas Reservoir1994 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440888 CAMontereyToro County Park Salinas1985 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440012 CASan BenitoPINN.152 Up McCabe Canyon between the two large seep springs and west of road. Cattle grazing. road, former Francis property. Old tin cup hanging from tree. The hanging hook has grown so far into the tree that the cup is not removeable. -Quercus lobata-Qu2004 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440011 CASan BenitoPINN.153 South Wilderness Trail near Pig Fence. Unknown -Salix lasiolepis alliance with possible Baccharis salicifolia association. Plot center located in creek, which runs mostly north-south and is about 1-2m wide. The plot dimensions are 40m north-south2004 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440799 CASan BenitoPINN.161 Sandy Creek area between entrance meadow and fire road in fire/burned area. burned/grazed Soil texture may be COSA in some areas of plot. It's unclear on datasheet.Long linear rectangular plot paralleling Sandy Creek riparian woodland plot; some2004 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440009 CASan BenitoPINN.167 Between Willow Spring and intersection of Old Pinn and N Wild trail. flooding, old fence on N edge of plot -Linear Populus stand. Roughly 20x50m. Water running on E side of plot.plastic culvert in plot2004 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440426 CASan BenitoPINN.171 Chalone creek along Old Pinn Trail between Chalone housing and N Wilderness Trail Flooding. Old Pinn road removal nearby 10x40m rectangle Baccharis salicifolia plot in dry creekbed2004 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440797 CASan BenitoPINN.181 Approximately 30m west of main camground bridge campground: bridge constructed just upstream -Mixed Salix, Quercus, and Populus in rectangular plot that extends 50 m east/west along creek bank, and is 20 m wide.hummingbirds, striped racer (snake)2004 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440085 CASan BenitoPINN.586 Site is located approximately 100 m West of where South Wilderness trail leaves Grassy Canyon Road, adjacent to Chalone Creek. None known - by appearance of willows, flood in 1998 probably changed location of stream channel in vicinity. Plot is p2003 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440083 CASan BenitoPINN.588 3/4 miles South of South Wilderness trailhead along Chalone Creek. uknown GPS point is not in center of plot, but close.Thick willows in medium layer. Stream flowing through middle of plot lengthwise. Plot follows contour of stream.Fish in water.2003 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440299 CASan BenitoPINN.663 Located in Lost Canyon, north of the trail camp up the north canyon. Unknown. Soil type probably varies throughout plot. Up on slopes, soil is different than plot center which is in the middle of the creek.Rectangle plot extending 50m NE, SW, fol2004 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440801 CASan BenitoPINN.896 Along an intermittent streambed that connects to a canyon that intersects the sharp turn on the North Wilderness trail. i.e. The plot is straight west from where the trail turns and heads straight south. unknown -Riparian woodland along intermitt2004 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440429 CASan BenitoPINN.904 approx 10m north and parallel to N. Wilderness trail. grazed or unknown -Herbaceous riparian; 5m wide by 20 m long; water flowing in streambed; many aquatic plants: Rorippa, Veronica, etc.baby frogs and drowned butterflies2004 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440798 CASan BenitoPINN.930 Plot located between the Old Pinn Trail and the road to maintenance/housing. Plot located South of the double bridges and North of the road bridge. unknown -Salix laevigata circle plot with center located near open gravely patch. There is open wa2004 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440017 CASan BenitoPinnacles National Monument2003 18060005 Salinasunknown
1439938 CASan BenitoPinnacles National Monument2006 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440178 CASan BenitoPinnacles National Monument2009 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440992 CASan Luis Obispo20 mi W from Hwy 101 on Adeaide County Road; left off mine road to Sycamore Springs [Err. T26N]1962 18060005 Salinasunknown
1436305 CASan Luis ObispoAdobe Springs Between Traffic Way and Orillas Way in Atascadero2015 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440642 CASan Luis ObispoCamp Roberts. Nacimiento River floodplain, upstream from Twin Bridges.2000 18060005 Salinasunknown
1440468 CASan Luis ObispoNacimiento River floodplain, upstream from Twin Bridges; Camp Roberts2000 18060005 Salinasunknown
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