Dataset: MNA
Taxa: hybanthus => Hybanthus, Hybanthus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Museum of Northern Arizona


MNA
Hybanthus verticillatus (Ortega) Baill.
B.7326Wetherill, M. A.   1956-05-05
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Clarksdale, 34.77111 -112.05722

MNA
Hybanthus verticillatus (Ortega) Baill.
B.9126Haskell, H.S.   22971957-04-24
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Montezuma Castle National Monument; Montezuma Castle National Monument Hillside, 34.615083 -111.837087

MNA
Hybanthus verticillatus (Ortega) Baill.
B.9749Haskell & Deaver   23531957-04-30
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Kachina Sub, Sedona, 34.867811 -111.821736

MNA
Hybanthus verticillatus (Ortega) Baill.
B.33218M. Licher   23462009-04-26
USA, ARIZONA, Yavapai County, Ridgetop between Cottonwood Spring and Mesquite Spring, 34.487417 -111.769028

MNA
Hybanthus verticillatus (Ortega) Baill.
B.42144Hessing, Mark B.   Unk 61976-05-16
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, 2 mi SW of Drake, APS Site T-2, upper Chino Valley, ~35 miles N. of Prescott, 34.96089 -112.40132, 1372m


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