Dataset: CHSC
Taxa: Placidium
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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The Chico State Herbarium


CHSC
Placidium squamulosum (Ach.) Breuss
CHSC104882R. D. Fischer   L0017A2009-03-13
United States, California, Butte, Northern Cdentral Valley, north of Chico, adjacdent to Cohasset Road, and east of airport, within the Stone Ridge Ecological Reserve. USGS Quadrangle: Richardson Springs 1:24,000, 39.803333 -121.844722, 91m

CHSC
Placidium lacinulatum (Ach.) Breuss
CHSC107650R. D. Fischer   L01682011-01-24
United States, California, Butte, Along Cohasset Hwy, north of Chico and east of Chico Municipal Airport, on Fish and Game owned property called Stone Ridge Ecological Reserve. USGS Quadrangle: Paradise West 1:24,000, 39.803611 -121.848611, 81m

CHSC
Placidium squamulosum (Ach.) Breuss
CHSC109304T. Carlberg   022372010-03-21
United States, California, Butte, Big Chico Creek State Park: North Rim Trail, approx. 0.6 mi east of Horseshoe Lake. UTME 605463 N 4403358 (CONUS Zone 10). At lip of terrace/shelf., 39.773889 -121.768889, 150m

CHSC
Placidium squamulosum (Ach.) Breuss
CHSC109337T. Carlberg   2032a2009-02-27
United States, California, Butte, Big Chico Creek State Park: Southeast side of creek, northeast of golf course. On naked bank of small drainage channel below main trail. UTME 606026 N 4402834., 39.768889 -121.761667, 100m

CHSC
Placidium lacinulatum (Ach.) Breuss
CHSC019842M. Mauer   461972-03-20
United States, California, Butte, East boundary of Pine Creek Ranch, ca. 14 mi N of Chico., 39.822778 -121.936389

CHSC
Placidium lacinulatum (Ach.) Breuss
CHSC023983C. J. Roy   2651975-03-11
United States, California, Butte, Pine Creek Ranch, 14 miles north of Chico., 39.822778 -121.936389

CHSC
Placidium lacinulatum (Ach.) Breuss
CHSC047248D. T. Kowalski   1972-01-01
United States, California, Butte, Upper Bidwell Park, Chico., 39.785556 -121.746389


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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