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

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Museum of Northern Arizona


MNA
B.34175M. Licher   28722010-08-14
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Hart Prairie, The Nature Conservancy property, near wash crossing on entrance road, adjacent to Bebb willow community., 35.347472 -111.736306, 2560m

MNA
WACA 2449ARNBERGER, L.   991946-10-20
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, SLOPE OPPOSITE ISLAND, 35.167383 -111.510485

MNA
B.34915Kirstin Olmon   5942012-09-01
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Colorado Plateau, Kaibab National Forest Tusayan District, Upper Basin on Coconino Plateau, 2.25 km SE from Highway 64 on Forest Road 310 (Coconino Rim Road), 4.25 km E on Forest Road 307, 400 m S towards Crazy Cow tank., 35.956659 -111.926499, 2140m

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B.35954S. Smith   1292012-09-22
USA, Arizona, Yavapai County, Grapevine Canyon approx 4 miles N.W. of Mayer. 1.74 miles up canyon from trail 4 trailhead on FR87A., 34.425778 -112.332694, 1920m

MNA
B.2532Whiting, Alfred F.   1936-08-07
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Wash, near Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, 35.23228 -111.665323

MNA
B.5917Darrow, Pultz, Gould, & Phillips   1944-09-08
USA, Arizona, Cochise County, Huachica Mts., 31.500561 -110.445872

MNA
B.6460   1945-10-07
USA, Arizona, Cochise County, Rucker Canyon, 31.75278 -109.42917

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B.6466Phillips, Walter S.   1945-09-11
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Along Rim Road between Alder Lake and Herber-Young Road., 34.329592 -110.955622

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B.16479Johnsen, Ardith B.   1147
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, W Fork of Oak Creek Canyon-growing out of a crack in a boulder, 34.912457 -111.726931

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B.16480Johnsen, Ardith B.   1061
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, W Fork of Oak Creek Canyon-growing at the base of a Supai sandstone boulder; shaded and moist; young plant; no sori but ciliate margins, 34.912457 -111.726931

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B.16692Eggler, Willis A.   9431964-08-12
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Sunset Crater National Monument; Crevace in lava WNW of base of Sunset Cone, Sunset Crater NM, 35.36743 -111.508852, 2225m

MNA
B.16693Eggler, Willis A.   9781964-08-06
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Sunset Crater National Monument; Secondary Bonita Lava Flow, Sunset Crater NM, 35.375609 -111.522373, 2225m

MNA
B.17346Applequist, Mark   414
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Near Winter Cabin along trail into Sycamore Canyon, 35.128706 -111.971513

MNA
B.17767Applequist, Mark   985
USA, Arizona, Mohave, Parker Dam area; Shady place above creek, 34.295624 -114.134605

MNA
B.18132Aitchison, Stewart   p550
USA, Arizona, Gila County, below the Mogollon Rim; 3 mi. N of Control Road on East Verde River, 34.420968 -111.267842

MNA
B.21917Theroux, M.E.   549
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, 38.4 mi from Little Colorado River, Chevelon Canyon, 34.567861 -110.806453

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B.32927Phillips, A.M.   79-5791979-06-08
USA, Arizona, Mohave County, AZ. Mohave County. 1.5 miles south of Nixon Spring on Big Spring Road on lava flow. South of Mount Trumbull., 36.380466 -113.14583

MNA
Woodsia oregana D.C. Eat.
B.1139Major Brady   1935-07-19
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Base Elden Mt., 35.254875 -111.60633

MNA
Woodsia oregana D.C. Eat.
B.15708Little, Elbert L.   4768
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Humphrey Peak, San Francisco Mountain, 35.347003 -111.678667

MNA
Woodsia oregana D.C. Eat.
B.25178Jordan, Bill   21977-07-20
USA, Arizona, Mohave, Cerbat Mountains, 35.43111 -114.16694

MNA
Woodsia oregana D.C. Eat.
B.25411Theroux, M.   19901977-05-29
USA, Colorado, Moffat County, Dinosaur Natl. Monument, Pott Camp, Green River, cliff slopes: Moffat County, CO, 40.535727 -108.984624

MNA
Woodsia oregana D.C. Eat.
B.27113Phillips, A. & B.   771811977-06-05
USA, Arizona, Mohave, On Talus slope above Nixon Spring near Mt. Trumbull, 36.402204 -113.146601

MNA
Woodsia oregana D.C. Eat.
B.27580Lehto, Elinor   41821964-04-14
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Woods Canyon Lake, 34.335574 -110.945463

MNA
Woodsia oregana D.C. Eat.
B.29153Bailey, V.   1929-07-22
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, V.T. Park Kaibab Forest crevies of dryish cliffs and rock slopes, 36.412975 -112.134451

MNA
Woodsia oregana D.C. Eat.
WACA 7601Reichenbacher, Frank W.   s.n.1988-09-27
United States, Arizona, COCONINO COUNTY, Walnut Canyon National Monument, 35.153359 -111.512333

MNA
Woodsia oregana D.C. Eat.
B.40527Steve Till   472002-07-30
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, San Francisco Peaks, Agassiz Peak, T2U, 35.32594 -111.677597, 2896 - 3764m

MNA
Woodsia oregana D.C. Eat.
B.40615Stevens, L.E.   s.n.2009-09-18
United States, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, Lockwood Spring, 34.547793 -111.141873, 2098m

MNA
Woodsia oregana D. C. Eaton
B.43884Franz, Clark E.   89-5161989-09-06
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Coconino National Forest, East Leonard Canyon, 34.466697 -111.092078, 2256m

MNA
B.1385Whiting, A.F. & Major Brady   1935-08-02
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Elden Mt., 35.254875 -111.60633

MNA
B.3024Wetherill   1938-08-14
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Transition, 35.571091 -114.989506

MNA
B.6467Phillips, Walter S.   1945-09-06
USA, Arizona, Apache County, Apache Sitgreaves National Forest; Woods east of Big Lake, Apache Nat. Forest, 33.88148 -109.40715

MNA
B.6468Phillips, Walter S.   
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Red Mountain N.W. of Flagstaff, 35.52306 -111.87472

MNA
B.10616Hevly, R.H.   1958-09-17
USA, Arizona, Apache County, Road to Roof Butte Lookout, Chuska Mtns., 36.45925 -109.097835

MNA
B.16694Eggler, Willis A.   8571964-07-06
USA, Arizona, Coconino County, Sunset Crater National Monument; Crevace in wall fo deep fissure in basaltic lava flow, Sunset Crater NM, 35.364368 -111.503702, 2225m


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