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University of California Riverside. 2019. U.C. Riverside Herbarium (UCR). SEINet Data Portal. swbiodiversity.org. Accessed on 04/14/2021.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 28060
Type: Database
Author: University of California Riverside
Date (year): 2019
Title:U.C. Riverside Herbarium (UCR)
Publisher:SEINet Data Portal
Publisher Location:
URL: swbiodiversity.org
Accessed on: 04/14/2021
Created on:
Keywords: herbarium, Symbiota, UCR
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Blennosperma bakeri

    CA - San Joaquin Valley, along CA-26 at the junction with Ospital/N Wimer Road, c. 0.3 mile southwest of the Calaveras County line, 9.1 miles NE (56 deg.) of Linden

Eriocaulon cinereum

    CA - Modesto, Krause rice fields

Ludwigia decurrens

    CA - south-southwest of Richvale

Marsilea drummondii

    CA - urban runoff tributary to Santa Ana River. La Palma Ave. at Via Lomas de Yorba East, Santa Ana Canyon
    CA - San Diego Creek at West Yale Loop Road
    CA - Santa Ana River, La Palma Avenue near Old Village Road, Santa Ana Canyon

Myriophyllum spicatum

    CA - Coast Ranges Santa Margarita Lake
    CA - San Gabriel River Canyon, north of Azusa

Najas marina

    CA - Death Valley, Furnace Creek Ranch

Nymphoides peltata

    CA - Trout Lake, NE of Placerville (entire shoreline of Trout Lake, at Mosquiito and Highgrade Roads)

Ottelia alismoides

    CA - drainage canal, east of Cherokee Canal, approximately 0.5 kilometers south of Highway 162, West of Biggs Rice Experiment Station

Salvinia oblongifolia

    CA - Canada De Palos Verdes Creek, N of Harbor Lake, South Coast, Harbor City, Bixby Slough, vicinity of Dodge St at 255th St


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