Nasturtium officinale
Nasturtium officinale
(water-cress)
Plants
Exotic

7 results for Nasturtium officinale (water-cress)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1441417 CAInyoHungry Bills Panamint Range, Johnson Canyon (faces of cliffs)1940 18090203 Death Valley-Lower Amargosaunknown
1441075 CASan BernardinoClark Mountain Range, Pachalka Spring, 5.9 miles NW of Mt. Pass1973 18090203 Death Valley-Lower Amargosaunknown
1440824 CASan BernardinoClark Mt Range, Pachalka Spring. 5.9 miles NW of Mt Pass.1973 18090203 Death Valley-Lower Amargosaunknown
1440776 CASan BernardinoClark Mtn. at Pachalka Spg1977 18090203 Death Valley-Lower Amargosaunknown
1441149 CASan BernardinoE. Mojave Desert, Clark Mtn. Range: Pachalka Spring.1977 18090203 Death Valley-Lower Amargosaunknown
1440891 CASan BernardinoEastern Mojave Desert1983 18090203 Death Valley-Lower Amargosaunknown
1441206 CASan BernardinoMojave Desert, Clark Mountains, Pachalka Spring.1940 18090203 Death Valley-Lower Amargosaunknown

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