Dataset: MNA
Taxa: loeseliastrum => Loeseliastrum, Loeseliastrum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Museum of Northern Arizona


MNA
Loeseliastrum schottii (Torr.) Timbrook
B.9498Haskell, H.S.   1957-09-19
USA, Utah, San Juan County, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area; Glen Canyon, mile 125. Moqui Creek, dry hillsides., 37.481622 -110.638033

MNA
Loeseliastrum schottii (Torr.) Timbrook
B.21605Theroux, M.E.   4661973-03-22
USA, Arizona, Mohave, 10 mi NE of Topock on Oatman Hwy Joshua/Creosote scrub., 35.073566 -114.210141

MNA
Loeseliastrum schottii (Torr.) Timbrook
B.24391Jordan, Bill   1961976-06-23
USA, Arizona, Mohave, Corinour Canyon, Cerbat Mtns, 12 mi. N of Kingman, 35.363509 -114.05222

MNA
B.41456G. Goodwin   45302014-05-10
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, CO Bar Ranch, 5 miles south of Gray Mountain and 0.5 mile west of highway 89 (across from Spider Web Camp), 35.67155 -111.516267, 1585m


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