Dataset: FLAS
Taxa: Balsamia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

1
Page 1, records 1-9 of 9

University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Balsamia quercicola D. Southw., M.E. Sm. & J.L. Frank
FLAS-F-58860M.E. Smith   SRC-8682005-01-15
United States, California, Yuba, UC Sierra Research and Extension Center, 39.250815 -121.314051

FLAS
FLAS-F-58858Marc Meyer   2006-06-26
United States, California, Yosemite National Park, California; Mariposa Burn Plot #3, 37.520914 -119.617505

FLAS
Balsamia quercicola D. Southw., M.E. Sm. & J.L. Frank
FLAS-F-58857M.E. Smith   2004-11-26
United States, California, Yolo, Davis; near the edge of Highway 113, 38.547014 -121.767592

FLAS
Balsamia setchellii (E. Fisch.) Trappe, D. Southw. & Castellano
FLAS-F-58856M.E. Smith   2004-01-18
United States, California, Lake, University of California McLaughlin Natural Reserve,ᅠ26775 Morgan Valley Road,ᅠLower Lake, 38.872893 -122.434544

FLAS
Balsamia setchellii (E. Fisch.) Trappe, D. Southw. & Castellano
FLAS-F-58859M.E. Smith   2004-12-15
United States, California, Yuba, UC Sierra Research and Extension Center, 39.250815 -121.314051

FLAS
FLAS-F-59080H. Oswald and R. Oswald   1969-11-08
United States, Oregon, Columbia, Scappoose, near Scappoose

FLAS
Balsamia Vittad.
FLAS-F-65608R. Molina   Trappe 57961980-06-16
United States, California, Butte, near Inskip, 1372m

FLAS
Balsamia Vittad.
FLAS-F-60806Matthew E. Smith & Jeffrey G. Smith   MES-31032018-02-28
United States, California, UC Sierra Research & Extension Center, Browns Valley

FLAS
FLAS-F-60811Matthew E. Smith & Jeffrey G. Smith   MES-31082018-02-28
United States, California, UC Sierra Research & Extension Center, Browns Valley


1
Page 1, records 1-9 of 9


Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

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.