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

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Museum of Northern Arizona


MNA
B.1013Whiting, A.F. & Sanders, Earl   1935-07-04
USA, Arizona, Oak Creek Canyon-Junipine Camp

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B.1041Whiting, A.F. & Sanders, Earl   1935-04-06
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, N. slope of San Francisco Peaks, 35.354091 -111.67572

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B.1463Whiting, Alfred F.   s.n.1935-08-10
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Walnut Canyon National Monument; Walnut Canyon, 35.168228 -111.502424

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B.1917   1930-06-29
USA, New Mexico, Sandia Rim, NEW MEXICO

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B.2197Hawbecker, A.C.   1935-06-03
USA, Arizona, Grand Canyon National Park; Yaki Point; South Rim

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B.2334Sanders, Earl   
USA, Arizona, Pinal County, Summit Pinal Mts., 33.28222 -110.82056

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B.2354Whiting, Alfred F.   101936-04-05
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Sunset Crater National Monument; Sunset Crater, 35.364368 -111.503702

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B.2824Whiting, Alfred F.   1937-09-09
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, Wall of Canyon in Mts. near PiƱon., 36.196159 -110.191436

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B.3336Wetherill, M. A.   1936-04-28
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, Betatakin Canyon-collected between second and third canyons at top of Talis slope near cliff., 36.685279 -110.51888

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B.3337Wetherill, M. A.   1936-04-28
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, Betatakin Canyon-collected 1/2 below ruins in floor of canyon, 36.685279 -110.51888

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B.3377Wetherill, M. A.   4291936-05-31
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, Betatakin Canyon, 36.685279 -110.51888

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B.3419Wetherill   3971935-07-05
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, Navajo Indian Reservation; Betatakin Canyon, Nocki Beko, 36.685081 -110.517139

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B.3552Wetherill, Milton   s.n.1936-08-00
USA, Utah, San Juan County, Navajo Mountain, 37.034162 -110.869586, 2743m

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B.4458Whiting, Alfred F.   1940-10-12
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Grand Canyon National Park; Grand View -Grand Canyon, 35.998456 -111.988057

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B.5490MWhiting, Alfred F.   1941-11-30
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Trip to Mormon Lake - Clints Well - Winslow. 6.7 miles NE from Clints Well, Pine- Winslow Rd. N slope, 34.608479 -111.208866

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B.5680BWhiting, Alfred F.   1942-02-01
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Trip to Oak Creek, Clarkedale, Jerome, Granite Hills, Ashfork - Williams - Flagstaff. Oak Creek Canyon, 20.3 miles south of Flagstaff, 34.911576 -111.726802

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B.6456Phillips, A.R.   1947-12-01
USA, Arizona, Mohave County, Aspen Peak, Hualpai Mtns, N.E. slope, Between camp area 6200 & + aspen thicket 7500 feet, 35.090806 -113.896518

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B.7110Wetherill, M. A.   1956-03-18
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Mt. Elden roadside, 35.264523 -111.611078

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B.7623McDougall, Walter B.   1956-11-12
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Museum of Northern Arizona grounds, Colton Ranch, Field 8, 35.235668 -111.664824

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B.11615Hevly, R.H.   1959-09-01
USA, Arizona, Apache County, 3 mi. N of Nutrioso, 33.996586 -109.20861

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B.12659McCormack, C.W.   1961-06-07
USA, Arizona, Apache County, Near Rough Rock on Yale Point road, 36.391792 -109.847886

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B.16093Pearson, G. A.   
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, San Fransico Peaks, 35.3333 -111.6667

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B.17167Isaak, Albert   281965-08-04
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, N of Geronimo Springs in Sycamore Canyon, 35.077699 -111.9474

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B.17901Aitchison, Stewart   P431967-06-14
USA, Arizona, Apache County, Lukachukai Mtns; S slope of Roof Butte, 36.46139 -109.09556

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B.17969Aitchison, Stewart   P1271967-06-28
USA, Arizona, Apache County, Carrizo Mtns; near Poko Peak, 36.81167 -109.17361

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B.18084Aitchison, Stewart   P3231967-07-13
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, Mogollon Rim; Bear Ridge Road, 34.214209 -110.410951

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B.18869Marshall, Larry   241968-06-10
USA, Arizona, Apache County, White Mtns; 10 mi. SW of Springerville along Ariz 273, 34.082447 -109.451792

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B.19686Hall, Everett   781970-09-23
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Elden Spring vicinity at base of Mt. Elden, 35.22736 -111.59944

MNA
Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirbel) Franco
B.21286Theroux, Michael   1021972-06-28
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Grand Canyon National Park; Tiyo Point, North Rim of Grand Canyon, 36.18026 -112.129337

MNA
Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirbel) Franco
B.21377Theroux, Michael   191
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Oak Creek Canyon, 35.024248 -111.736603

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B.27827Haldeman, John   s.n.1977-04-18
USA, Arizona, Apache County, Sitgreaves National Forest; 15 miles SE of Springerville, spruce-fir habitat, Apache-Sitgreaves Nat. Forest, 33.979307 -109.099371

MNA
Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirbel) Franco
B.34188M. Licher   30022010-10-16
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, The Nature Conservancy property, just south of homestead on NE slope of Fern Mountain., 35.351222 -111.736944, 2570m

MNA
SUCR 1744YARNELL, EDWIN   s.n.1951-07-25
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, TOP OF SUNSET CRATER - WEST RIM, 35.364368 -111.503702, 2438m

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WACA 2458ARNBERGER, L.   911946-10-20
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, NORTH SLOPE OPPOSITE ISLAND, 35.16914 -111.51032

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Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirbel) Franco
B.38380Kirstin Olmon   21002015-10-02
United States, Arizona, Apache County, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, San Francisco River, NW of Alpine, AZ, 33.86277 -109.18448, 2472m

MNA
Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirbel) Franco
B.41023Franz, Clark E.   89-11989-05-25
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, Dane Canyon, off of FS321A, 34.50778 -111.15139, 2256m

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B.41329Wetherill, Benjamin Wade   157
USA, Utah, San Juan, Navajo Nation, Vicinity of Navajo Mountain., 37.015693 -110.863528

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Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirbel) Franco
B.41940Carothers, Steven W.   s.n.1979-06-13
USA, Arizona, Graham County, Coronado National Forest, Pinaleno Mountains, Goudy Creek, 32.668508 -109.947716

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Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirbel) Franco
Olmon, Kirstin   23412022-03-24
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Museum of Northern Arizona grounds, Harold S. Colton Research Center, to the west of the Geology Building, formerly McDougall Field 12., 35.23478 -111.66145, 2164m


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