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

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Museum of Northern Arizona


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B.989Whiting, A.F. & Sanders, Earl   1935-07-03
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Oak Creek Canyon-Junipine Camp, 34.963541 -111.753689

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B.1126Whiting, Alfred F.   1935-07-11
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Mountain Near Schultz Pass, 35.289146 -111.635625

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B.1927   1930-04-05
USA, New Mexico, San Miguel, Winsor Canyon, near Cowles, 35.811975 -105.659739, 2499m

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B.4103Wetherill, Milton   1940-05-04
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, West Fork of Oak Creek, 34.996672 -111.753595

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B.10383Haskell, H.S.   1958-07-23
USA, Arizona, Apache County, Wide Lake , Lukachukai Mtns., 36.620016 -109.265482

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B.12006Gaines, Xerpha M.   11401960-06-29
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Weatherford Road, 35.312431 -111.642582

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B.12683McCormack, C.W.   1961-06-08
USA, Arizona, Apache County, 12 mi. from Red Rock on road to Lukachukai, 36.491357 -109.093646

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B.12915McCormack, C.W.   1961-07-06
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Kehl Spring, 34.435584 -111.317082

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B.14143Eichenauer, Eric   1961-07-21
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, Pinetop Fish Hatchery, 34.129621 -109.922534

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B.15855Pearson, G. A.   
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest; South slope, Mt, Agassiz, 35.325213 -111.678085

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B.17036Isaak, Albert   2691965-08-19
USA, Arizona, Apache County, Near Sand Creek, 34.044382 -109.78645

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B.18023Aitchison, Stewart   P2071967-07-10
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Mogollon Rim; Potato Lake, 34.46222 -111.34528

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B.18644Mann, James N.   1291967-06-27
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Beaver Creek Watershed, 34.74486 -111.45132

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B.18979Marshall, Larry   3201973-07-09
USA, Arizona, Navajo County, White Mtns; 3.6 mi. S of Ariz.73 on Upper Log Road, 34.040105 -109.83605

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B.20643Hall, Everett   5051971-06-15
USA, Arizona, Apache County, Chuska Mts; 10 miles N of Lukachukai, 36.561968 -109.22806

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B.21296Theroux, Michael   1261972-06-29
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Grand Canyon National Park; Tiyo Point, N Rim of Grand Canyon, 36.18026 -112.129337

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B.21822Pelton, Vicki   16
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Grand Canyon National Park; Kanabownitz Spring, Point Sublime, Grand Canyon NP, North Rim, 36.198314 -112.251007

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B.23544Bruce Johnston   4001974-06-28
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, San Fransisco Peaks, spruce-fir-aspen forest, study area adjacent to Snowbowl, 35.328951 -111.705277

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B.25986Downs, Jill   78-501978-07-24
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Hatch Mtn. near fire tower, 35 mi. SE of Flagstaff, 5 mi. E of Lake Mary Rd., 34.800506 -111.388737

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B.30672Stevens, L. E.   2000-06-29
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Kaibab National Forest; Quaking Aspen Spring, 36.3667 -112.2667

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B.30826Stevens, L.E.   2000-06-29
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Kaibab National Forest; Quaking Aspen Springs, upper source, Lat/Long: N 36 23.533' W 112 11.463', 36.392217 -112.19105

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B.31039Phillips A.M. & Phillips, B.G.   79-8141979-10-12
USA, Arizona, Graham County, Coronado National Forest; Pinaleno Mountains, Chesley Flat along Swift Trail., 32.704356 -109.916381

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B.34279M. Licher   1FF2008-06-28
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, Barbershop Canyon vicinity of the bridge, upstream for ca 300m, 34.548861 -111.16325, 1996m

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B.38011Kirstin Olmon   16842015-06-25
United States, Arizona, Apache County, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Centerfire Creek, SW of Alpine, AZ, 33.769478 -109.437133, 2363m

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B.40613Stevens, L.E.   s.n.2009-09-12
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, Lara springs, 34.4669 -111.1681, 2249m


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