Dataset: MNA
Taxa: phyla => Phyla, Phyla
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Museum of Northern Arizona


MNA
Phyla cuneifolia (Torr.) Greene
B.19280Schaack, Barbara   1969-08-21
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Near Upper Lake Mary, 35.063749 -111.494899

MNA
Phyla cuneifolia (Torr.) Greene
B.23076Phillips, A.M. 111   
USA, Arizona, Mohave, Grand Canyon National Park; Grand Canyon, Colorado River; sandy area below mouth of Parashant Creek., 36.094286 -113.322733

MNA
Phyla cuneifolia (Torr.) Greene
B.23402M. Theroux   9851974-05-31
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Grand Canyon National Park; Grand Creek at Nankoweap Creek, mi 54, 36.301786 -111.860053

MNA
Phyla cuneifolia (Torr.) Greene
B.39531G. Goodwin   55452016-08-06
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, Cataract Canyon about 4 miles north of Redlands Camp, 35.861017 -112.445283, 1631m

MNA
Phyla cuneifolia (Torr.) Greene
B.39335Neas, A. O.   871984-08-16
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Grand Canyon National Park; Beach at Nankoweap Rapid, 36.30792 -111.85916

MNA
Phyla cuneifolia (Torr.) Greene
B.39860Stevens, L.E.   s.n.2008-07-02
USA, Utah, Emery, Green River between Rock Creek and Range Creek, 39.424491 -110.019586

MNA
Phyla cuneifolia (Torr.) Greene
B.39543G. Goodwin   55742016-08-18
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, Monument Wash southeast of Tin House, 35.663283 -112.48375, 1676m

MNA
Phyla cuneifolia (Torr.) Greene
B.41289Wetherill, Benjamin Wade   116
USA, Utah, San Juan, Navajo Nation, Vicinity of Navajo Mountain., 37.015693 -110.863528

MNA
Phyla cuneifolia (Torr.) Greene
B.41206Wetherill, Benjamin Wade   50
USA, Utah, San Juan, Navajo Nation, Vicinity of Navajo Mountain., 37.015693 -110.863528


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