Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pellaea truncata (Hemionitis truncata)
Search Criteria: California; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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iNaturalist Fern Observations


iNaturalist:Observations
Pellaea truncata Goodd.
9415484Joey Santore   2018-01-07
United States, California, 35.294115 -115.278576

New York Botanical Garden


NYBG
3496608T. R. Pray   31951965-04-15
United States of America, California, San Bernardino Co., Providence Mountains, north side of Cedar Canyon. Among rocks.

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History


US
US 299465Rothrock   s.n.
United States, California, Cottonwood [illegible text]

University and Jepson Herbaria


UC
UC1414241C. D. MacNeill   1973-09-26
United States, California, San Bernardino, 5 mi s Ivanpah; New York Mts, 35.252 -115.311386

UC
UC569118P. A. Munz   137231935-05-04
United States, California, San Bernardino, slope above Keystone Spring; e Mohave Desert, New York Mts, 35.263844 -115.28564, 1889m

UC
UC1481867P. A. Munz, I. M. Johnston, R. D. Hardwood   40181920-05-21
United States, California, San Bernardino, vicinity of Bonanza King Mine; Mojave Desert, e slope Providence Mts, 34.983772 -115.503044, 1219m

UC
UC1874926Ruth Kirkpatrick   11472003-04-23
United States, California, San Bernardino, Mojave Desert, ca. 1/2 mi W of Mitchell Cavern Visitor Center., 34.9441 -115.516433, 1356m

UC
UC666261Annie M. Alexander, Louise Kellogg   1323a1940-05-04
United States, California, San Bernardino, 4th of July Canyon; New York Mts; (actually Caruthers Canyon, fide Tom Schweich), 35.2286 -115.3015, 1615m

UC
UC1874927Ruth Kirkpatrick   11482003-04-23
United States, California, San Bernardino, Mojave Desert, ca. 1/2 mi W of Mitchell Cavern Visitor Center., 34.9441 -115.516433, 1356m

UC
UC1861819Ruth Kirkpatrick   11422003-04-21
United States, California, San Bernardino, Mojave Desert Preserve, mouth of Keystone Canyon, S of Ivanpah., 35.273067 -115.287045, 1706m

UC
UC1874924Ruth Kirkpatrick   11432003-04-21
United States, California, San Bernardino, Mojave Desert Preserve, at end of Caruthers Canyon, S of Ivanpah, 35.2396 -115.299733, 1706m

UC
UC399527T. S. Brandegee   1902-05-01
United States, California, San Bernardino, Providence Mts., 34.963623 -115.510254

UC
UC496116Roxana S. Ferris, Rimo Bacigalupi   80761932-04-21
United States, California, San Bernardino, near Ivanpah; New York Mts, 35.30045 -115.30799, 1249m

UC
JEPS19035Mary Beal   3561937-05-21
United States, California, San Bernardino, S. Fountain Canyon Mojave Desert, Providence Mts, S. Fountain Canyon, 34.94009 -115.527245

UC
JEPS19040Mary Beal   6281939-05-20
United States, California, San Bernardino, N branch of N Fork of Fountain Canyon; Mojave Desert, Providence Mts, 34.941288 -115.52806

UC
JEPS60063Willis L. Jepson   182051937-05-05
United States, California, San Bernardino, Fountain Canyon; Providence Mts, 34.947266 -115.505745, 1219m

UC
JEPS19045Mary Beal   6871939-06-09
United States, California, San Bernardino, Upper Fountain Canyon Fountain Canyon; Mojave Desert, Providence Mts, 34.941814 -115.52446

UC
JEPS123668J. Andre, T. La Doux, G. L. Clifton   95572008-05-05
United States, California, San Bernardino, New York Mountains; growing in bottom of main drainage, just above main parking area/cam. Caruthers Canyon, Mojave National Preserve., 35.224817 -115.303467, 1674m

UC
JEPS19038Mary Beal   5431938-06-13
United States, California, San Bernardino, N branch of S Fork of Fountain Canyon; Mojave Desert, Providence Mts

UC
UC2076840Larry Kiefer   4661963-03-16
United States, California, San Bernardino, San Bernardino Co. (East): New York Mountains, Keystone Canyon, canyon above mines.


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