Del Norte, Humboldt, Marin, Mendocino, Monterey
Other Location Info
Plant collection for the Erysimum Genetic Study Project (Project) will take place at Tolowa Dunes State Park (41.86980, -124.20395) and Lake Earl Wildlife Area (41.82744, -124.20089) in Del Norte County; MacKerricher State Park (39.48823, -123.78750) in Mendocino County, Fort Ord Dunes State Park (36.65942, -121.82041), and Asilomar State Beach (36.61794, -121.94169) in Monterey County; Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge (40.89110, -124.14442), Elk River Spit (40.76458, -124.19985), Manila Dunes (40.86330, -124.16382), Samoa Dunes (40.82635, -124.18462), and South Spit (40.74221, -124.24293) in Humboldt County; and Point Reyes National Seashore (38.05066, -122.86844) in Marin County. Tissue storage, DNA extraction, and genetic analysis will take place at California State Polytechnic University Humboldt (Cal Poly Humboldt) in Dr. Vargas’ laboratory (40.87498, -124.07840). Samples may also be exported to Rapid Genomics, LLC in Florida (29.64993, -82.33292) or Floragenex in Oregon (45.45105, -122.79085) for genetic sequencing. Voucher specimens will be deposited at the Cal Poly Humboldt Vascular Plant Herbarium.