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

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Museum of Northern Arizona


MNA
Cistanthe monandra (Nutt.) Hershkovitz
B.4745Whiting, Alfred F.   13241936-03-29
USA, Arizona, Pima County, Tucson, 32.221743 -110.926479

MNA
Cistanthe monandra (Nutt.) Hershkovitz
B.14618Wetherill, Milton A.   1962-04-28
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Piedmont Mine, 3 mi. S of Tonto Forest Fence, 34.238914 -112.864349

MNA
Cistanthe maritima (Nuttall) Carolin ex Hershk.
B.26412Phillips, A.M. III   78-63a1978-02-26
Mexico, Sonora, Pitiquito, Granitic & Schist hills behind sandy beach, 1 mile S of Camp Sierra Bacha, coast of Gulf of California, 15 miles S of Puerto Libertad, 29.652149 -112.5, 3m

MNA
Cistanthe maritima (Nuttall) Carolin ex Hershk.
B.26421Phillips, A.M.   78-63a
Mexico, Sonora, Pitiquito, Granitic and Schist Hills behind sandy beach. 1 mile S of Camp Sierra Bacha, Coast of Gulf of California, 15 miles S of Puerto Libertad, 29.652149 -112.5, 3m

MNA
Cistanthe monandra (Nutt.) Hershkovitz
B.27225Phillips, A. & B.   79-1431979-03-22
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Two miles east of New River Crossing, 33.917007 -112.083505

MNA:MNA
Cistanthe umbellata (Torr.) Hershkovitz
B.38780A. Huber   49352008-07-31
USA, Utah, Duchesne, Ca. 0.75 mi north of Doll Lake, Garfield Basin, Uinta Mtns., 40.735474 -110.495873, 3536m

MNA
Cistanthe monandra (Nutt.) Hershkovitz
B.42368Wendy C. Hodgson   236912009-03-29
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Tent Rocks area, hoo-doos of volcanic tuff, s of hwy 260 and west of FSR 708, 12 S 430618 E, 3817542 N, NAD 84., 34.497164 -111.755733, 997m


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