Dataset: BRY-V
Taxa: Crossosomataceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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BRYV0294279Elizabeth Neese   13321975-05-17
U.S.A., Arizona, Mohave, Grand Canyon National Monument, north rim, 20 miles east-southeast of Mountain Trumbull.

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BRYV0294305Arthur Cronquist   98581963-05-17
U.S.A., Nevada, White Pine, Open, rocky (limestone) southwest slope at the west base of the Duck Creek Mountains. Overlooking Duck Creek, about 8 miles northeast of McGill. Much branched, very thorny, rounded low shrubs mostly 3-6 dm. tal. Young twigs green. Sepals 3-5. Petals 1-3, seldom 4, slender, white., 2012m

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BRYV0294361David Grimes   4271977-03-31
U.S.A., Idaho, Adams, Rockslide on roadside 3 miles upstream from HellÕs Canyon Dam on Snake River. Shrub of 3Õ., 550m

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BRYV0294359Angela C. Sondenaa   2871996-03-23
U.S.A., Idaho, Idaho, Along Salmon River at Box Canyon. 14 miles south of White Bird along Highway 95 at mile marker 212. Steep rocky canyon walls about 100 ft above Salmon River. Aspect south. Common shrub to 0.5 m tall. Flowers white, petals five., 1600m

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BRYV0294137Theodore Payne   1944-06-00
U.S.A., California, Los Angeles, Catalina and Guadaloupe Islands. PayneÕs Wild Flower Nursery.

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BRYV0294136Robert F. Thorne   413591971-05-18
U.S.A., California, Los Angeles, Santa Catalina Island: Cape Canyon., 244m

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BRYV0294343D. Atwood   94341983-06-12
U.S.A., Arizona, Mohave, Whitmore Canyon, 8 miles south of mount Trumbull. Limestone gravel in wash bottom and side slopes., 1554m

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BRYV0000954I. W. Clokey   86671940-06-12
U.S.A., Nevada, Clark, Kyle Canyon., 2650m

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BRYV0294141K. Thorne   14291981-07-09
U.S.A., Nevada, Clark, Charleston Mountains, Kyle Canyon.

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BRYV0294140D. Atwood   12639a1987-05-19
U.S.A., Nevada, Clark, Carpenter Canyon, about 18 miles east of Pahrump., 1951m

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BRYV0294360F. Smith   37131993-06-27
U.S.A., Nevada, Clark, Associated with Bokinyia, Heuchena, Ivesia jueger. Toiyabe National Forest. Harris Peak trail to saddle on southeast facing cliffs., 3810m

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BRYV0294327J. D. Hunt   471964-06-19
U.S.A., Texas, Briscoe, Quercus and Rhus shinnery, sandy loam with limestone and gypsum socks, upper breaks of Palo Duro Canyon, 12 miles east of Silverton.

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BRYV0294326J. Andersen   90-1261990-06-13
U.S.A., Colorado, Las Animas, Pinyon Canyon Army Maneuver Area, Bruson Camp, juniper, grassland with shale outcrops.

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BRYV0294325Larry C. Higgins   101611977-05-04
U.S.A., Texas, Randall, Along F.M. Road 1714 about 12 miles southwest of Canyon. Clay-loam soil; shortgrass prairie community.

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BRYV0294324Larry C. Higgins   9306
U.S.A., Texas, Randall, 10 miles northeast of Canyon, in Curry Canyon; sandy to clayey soils along Prairie Dog Fork of the Red River; Juniper-Rhus community.

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BRYV0294322Roy L. Headlee   4901971-04-25
U.S.A., Texas, Ochiltree, Along Texas 70 about 22 miles south of Perryton, Sandy loam soil. Grassland community.

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BRYV0294321Larry C. Higgins   40781971-05-10
U.S.A., Texas, Randall, Near the entrance to Don Harrington Boy Scout Camp, 8 miles northeast of Canyon Limestone soil; Cercocarpus-Rhus-Prosopis community.

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BRYV0294320Larry C. Higgins   32661970-05-28
U.S.A., Texas, Randall, Palo Duro Canyon State Park; sandy-Loam soil; Rhus-Prosopis-Juniperus community.

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BRYV0294319Larry C. Higgins   152891985-04-24
U.S.A., Texas, Randall, Camp Don Harrington Boy Scout Camp, on the palo duro creek 10 miles northeast of Canyon. Clay soil; mixed shrub-grassland community.

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BRYV0294328Larry C. Higgins   162941986-04-25
U.S.A., Texas, Randall, Palo Duro Canyon State Park, 14 miles east of Canyon. Ogalalla formation; Mesquite-Juniper-Grassland Community., 1210m

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BRYV0294340W. A. Weber   141941970-08-08
U.S.A., Colorado, Las Animas, 22 miles northwest of Branson, on an outcrop of Timpas limestone above the river.

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BRYV0294339U. T. Waterfall   107411952-05-30
U.S.A., Oklahoma, Cimarron, Along an arroyo, running up the north slope of Black Mesa, 3 miles north of Kenton.

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BRYV0294338F. H. Landau   39911994-04-15
U.S.A., Nevada, Nye, South side of Tarantula Canyon, Bare Mountain; limestone substrate; Bare Mountain 15Õ Quad; locally abundant, mat-forming, appressed to a north-facing limestone cliff., 1524m


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