Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Ceanothus verrucosus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
ASU0032155Jon P. Rebman; Maria Elena Resendiz   21681994-02-10
Mexico, Baja California, Along the road to Agua Caliente (just east of Ensenada), 0.5 miles from MEX Rte 3 between Ensenada and San Felipe., 31.88333 -116.3833

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ASU0032156Jon. P. Rebman; Jim Merzbacher   39541997-04-09
Mexico, Baja California, West of Santo Tomás: between Punta San José and Ink., 32.53333 -116.9, 150m

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ASU0032157Jon P. Rebman   25221994-04-07
Mexico, Baja California, Mesa San Antonio to the west of Colonet., 30.98333 -116.2833

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ASU0032158Reid Moran   265011979-02-25
Mexico, Baja California, 2 km NW of La Misión de San Miguel., 32.0875 -116.875, 80m

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ASU0032159Reid Moran   192801972-12-17
Mexico, Baja California, On south rim of Descanso Valley., 32.18333 -116.8667, 200m

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ASU0032160Marc A. Baker; Bob Johnson   86351992-02-25
Mexico, Baja California, 14 miles east of Ensenada, Highway MEX 3., 31.9 -116.4083, 700m

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ASU0032161Reid Moran   168081970-03-21
Mexico, Baja California, El Mirador, 4 miles south of Jatay., 31.98333 -116.8333, 250m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.