Dataset: MNA
Taxa: Onagraceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

Page 10, records 901-906 of 906

Museum of Northern Arizona


MNA
B.9882Adams, Nettie   1958-04-19
USA, New Mexico, San Juan County, San Juan River at mouth of Paiute Canyon, 36.750568 -108.473004

MNA
B.9893Wetherill, Milton A.   1958-04-19
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Brown Spring Road 5 miles north of Brown Spring Ranch., 34.424117 -111.800143

MNA
B.9908Wetherill, Milton A.   1958-04-26
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Clarkdale, 34.77111 -112.05722

MNA
Oenothera cespitosa subsp. marginata (Nutt. ex Hook. & Arn.) Munz [orthographic variant]
B.9930Wetherill, M. A.   1958-04-19
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Brown Spring Road, west of Verde River, 34.424117 -111.800143

MNA
Oenothera neomexicana (Small) Munz
B.995Whiting, A.F. & Sanders, Earl   1935-07-03
USA, Arizona, Oak Creek Canyon-Junipine Camp , 'Apparently an extension of range westward.'

MNA
Oenothera villosa subsp. strigosa (Rydb.) W. Dietr. & Raven
B.997Whiting, A.F. & Sanders, Earl   1935-07-03
USA, Arizona, Oak Creek Canyon-Junipine Camp


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