Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Astrolepis cochisensis, Astrolepis cochisensis subsp. cochisensis (Cheilanthes cochisensis, Notholaena sinuata var. cochisensis, Cheilanthes sinuata var. cochisensis, Notholaena cochisensis, Hemionitis cochisensis), Astrolepis cochisensis subsp. arizonica, Astrolepis cochisensis subsp. chihuahuensis
Search Criteria: California; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodding) Benham & Windham
ASU0298995Jim M. AndrĂ©   2011-09-19
United States, California, San Bernardino County, Ivanpah Mountains; Mojave National Preserve; above historic Eveningstar Mine, 4.5 mi. NE of Cima Rd at summit of Cima Dome., 35.36055 -115.5422167, 1428m

Duke University


DUKE
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodding) Benham & Windham
DUKE10141322   
United States, California, San Bernadino

DUKE
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodding) Benham & Windham
DUKE10141323   
United States, California, San Bernadino

DUKE
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodding) Benham & Windham
DUKE10141324   
United States, California, San Bernadino

DUKE
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodding) Benham & Windham
DUKE10141325   
United States, California, San Bernadino

iNaturalist Fern Observations


iNaturalist:Observations
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D.M.Benham & Windham
70904464Jim Boone   2021-02-09
United States, California, 35.564269 -115.601135

iNaturalist:Observations
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D.M.Benham & Windham
70904463Jim Boone   2021-02-09
United States, California, 35.564252 -115.601161

Michigan State University


MSC
MSC0265403G. M. Wheeler   s.n.1887-05-00
United States, California

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History


US
Astrolepis cochisensis (C.O. Goodd.) D.M. Benham & Windham
US 1223593P. A. Munz & R. Harwood   35501920-03-30
United States, California, Southern California, Vicinity of Bonanza King Mine, East Slope of Providence Mountains, Mojave Desert, Sonoran Zone, 853m

US
Astrolepis cochisensis (C.O. Goodd.) D.M. Benham & Windham
US 1223736P. A. Munz, I.M. Johnston & R. Hardwood   42241920-05-21
United States, California, Southern California, Vicinity of Bonanza King Mine, East Slope of Providence Mountains, Mojave Desert, Sonoran Zone, High Upper, 975m

University and Jepson Herbaria


UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
UC1795050Ruth Kirkpatrick   11462003-04-23
United States, California, San Bernardino, Mohave Desert, Volcan Mine, near (SE of) Kelso, 34.92285 -115.56325, 1280m

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
UC2030245Beck, M. D. Windham, C. J. Rothfels, A. Grusz, K. Pryer, E. Schuettpelz   10962008-05-15
United States, California, San Bernardino, Mohave National Preserve; Providence Mts. just N of Bonanza King Mine, 34.9865 -115.5047, 1272m

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
UC499726Roxana S. Ferris, Rimo Bacigalupi   81511932-04-27
United States, California, San Bernardino, canyon above Bonanza King Mine; eastern slope of Providence Mts, 34.9809 -115.5004

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
UC592770Carl B. Wolf   70471935-05-27
United States, California, San Bernardino, 1/4 mi above Pachalka Spring (1st canyon to e); Mojave Desert, Clark Mt, 35.517223 -115.611664, 1584m

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
UC2030244Beck, M. D. Windham, C. J. Rothfels, A. Grusz, K. Pryer, E. Schuettpelz   10952008-05-15
United States, California, San Bernardino, Mohave National Preserve; Providence Mts. just North of Bonanza King Mine, 34.9865 -115.5047, 1272m

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
UC1481858P. A. Munz, I. M. Johnston, R. D. Harwood   42241920-05-21
United States, California, San Bernardino, vicinity of Bonanza King Mine; E Slope Providence Mts, Mojave Desert, rocky hillside., 34.9809 -115.5004, 975m

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
UC1511345Robert F. Thorne, B. Prigge, D. Michener, S. Meyer, W. Wisura   517181978-05-25
United States, California, San Bernardino, Middle Gilroy Canyon; Providence Mts, 34.9693 -115.5212, 1371m

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
UC2030246Beck, M. D. Windham, C. J. Rothfels, A. Grusz, K. Pryer, E. Schuettpelz   10972008-05-15
United States, California, San Bernardino, Mohave National Preserve; Providence Mts. just North of Bonanza King Mine, 34.9865 -115.5047, 1272m

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
UC1483379Robert F. Thorne, W. Wisura, C. Davidson   491181977-05-27
United States, California, San Bernardino, above Pachalka Spring; E. Mojave Desert, Clark Mt Range, 35.517223 -115.611664, 1554m

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
UC1478526Barry Prigge, R. F. Thorne   30961978-05-27
United States, California, San Bernardino, 1.2 mi e Green Wells; E Mojave Desert, Clark Mt Range, 35.5531 -115.5521, 1524m

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
UC2030243Beck, M. D. Windham, C. J. Rothfels, A. Grusz, K. Pryer, E. Schuettpelz   10942008-05-15
United States, California, San Bernardino, Mohave National Preserve; Providence Mts. just N of Bonanza King Mine, 34.9865 -115.5047, 1272m

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
JEPS89876Dean W. Taylor   73511979-04-23
United States, California, San Bernardino, Limestone slopes 1 mi. south of Greens Well; Clark Mts., 35.5414 -115.5685, 1889m

UC
Astrolepis cochisensis (Goodd.) D. M. Benham & Windham
JEPS123641J. Andre, B. O'Brien, T. La Doux   85602007-10-02
United States, California, San Bernardino, Clark Mountain Range, along "Yates Well Road" , on north side of Clark Mountain, approx. 2 miles S of powerline road, 2 miles W of Colosseum Mine, 1 mile WNW of Yates Well., 35.5624 -115.6006, 1456m


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