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

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Museum of Northern Arizona


MNA
B.41955D. Nations; R. H. Hevly   s.n.1983-05-00
United States, Arizona, Apache County, Unnamed springs at base of Lyman Reservoir Dam in the Little Colorado River Valley, 34.374494 -109.384752, 1706m

MNA
B.35202G. Rink   89012009-07-17
USA, ARIZONA, Coconino County, Crane Lake, 36.51874 -112.1494, 2610m

MNA
B.41054Phillips, Barbara G.   s.n.1990-09-02
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Kaibab National Forest, North Kaibab Ranger District, Frank's Lake west of Hwy 67., 36.511988 -112.183349, 2637m

MNA
B.10389Hevly, R.H.   1958-07-23
USA, Arizona, Apache County, Wide Lake, Lukachukai Mtns., 36.620016 -109.265482

MNA
B.23848Willis, G.   221975-07-27
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Kaibab National Forest; North Kaibab Plateau, Kaibab National Forest, 8 miles N of Demott Park, 36.539617 -112.131007

MNA
B.24889APhillips, A. M.   76-911976-07-11
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, submerged aquatic in Walker Lake, NW 1/4, Sec. 11, T23N R6E, 35.39278 -111.73194, 2499m

MNA
B.27554Lehto, E.   246671980-06-27
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Lake #2 (east of Woods Canyon Lake) Aquatic & adjoining ponderosa forest, 34.321803 -110.91602

MNA
B.35558Vera Markgraf   2332013-07-12
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, Allan Lake; ca 20 miles SSE of Flagstaff, 6 miles S of Mormon Lake, 1/2 mile W of HW 3 on FR 935, 34.83323 -111.44096, 2257m

MNA
B.40622Stevens, L.E.   s.n.2003-07-12
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, Walker Lake, 35.39278 -111.73194


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