Symphyotrichum subulatum var. squamatum
(southeastern annual saltmarsh aster)

6 results for Symphyotrichum subulatum var. squamatum (southeastern annual saltmarsh aster)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1442303 CALos AngelesLiebre Mountains region: southwestern shore of Quail Lake, extreme western end of Mojave Desert at North base of Liebre Mountains.2006 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
1442424 CASacramentoCosumnes River Preserve. Collected at the Onetoe-Deneir Property at the Preserve.2013 18040013 Upper Cosumnesestablished
1442490 CASacramentojust north of the Elk Grove city limit, N side of Dwight Rd. btween the RR tracks and Franklin Blvd.2006 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
1442425 CASan Luis ObispoArroyo Grande, along western side of North Oak Park Boulevard just SW of junction with Noyes Road and Old Oak Park Road.2001 18060006 Central Coastalestablished
1442304 CASan Luis ObispoArroyo Grande, Camino Mercado, ca. 0.2 mile north from junction with west Branch Street.2001 18060006 Central Coastalestablished
1418910 CASanta BarbaraWet roadside ditch, Lompoc-Casmalia Rd 0.3 mi N of turnoff on San Antonio Rd (= 0.1 mi N of name change from one road to the other).2017 18060009 San Antonioestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/13/2024].

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