Dataset: BRY-V
Taxa: aloysia => Aloysia,Aloysia gratissima, Aloysia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


BRY:V
Aloysia wrightii A.Heller ex Abrams
613996N. Duane Atwood   336932010-10-10
USA, Arizona, Mohave, Arizona Strip., 36.37751 -114.13991

BRY:V
Aloysia wrightii A.Heller ex Abrams
615319Larry C. Higgins   293392011-06-10
USA, Utah, Washington, St. George and vicinity., 850m

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Aloysia gratissima (Gillies & Hook.) Troncoso
BRYV0003274E. Pasini   2872009-10-18
Brazil, Caxias Do Sul, Rs - Mun. de Flores da Cunha., 700m

BRY:V
Aloysia wrightii A.Heller ex Abrams
BRYV0099400N. Duane Atwood   300732004-04-23
U.S.A., Arizona, Coconino, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument; Soap Creek Bench, House Rock Valley, Smokey Spring., 36.77666 -111.77033

BRY:V
BRYV0197622E. Valduga   6392015-02-07
Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, Bento Goncalves, Linha 15 da Graciema.

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Aloysia wrightii A.Heller ex Abrams
BRYV0099617C. Casey   s.n.1996-10-12
U.S.A., Arizona, Coconino, North of Black Canyon City, Bumblebee exit 248 off I-17, at the first drainage, intersection of Old Black Canyon Highway and Bumblebee Road., 34.15 -112.15, 610m

BRY:V
Aloysia wrightii A.Heller ex Abrams
BRYV0066288N. D. Atwood   262092000-10-10
U.S.A., Arizona, Mohave, Cinder cone and canyon east of cone.

BRY:V
Aloysia gratissima var. schulziae (Standl.) L.D. Benson
BRYV0188804James Henrickson   77401972-09-18
Mexico, Chihuahua, 1 mile South of Central C. Camargo along Hwy 45., 27.68333 -105.13333, 1204m

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Aloysia gratissima (Gillies & Hook.) Troncoso
BRYV0191840James Henrickson   61791971-08-30
Mexico, Coahuila, 3.7 (rd) miles S of Parras., 25.41666 -102.2, 1548m

BRY:V
Aloysia gratissima var. gratissima (Gillies & Hook.) Troncoso
BRYV0194547James Henrickson   113291973-07-25
U.S.A., Texas, Brewster, Big Bend National Park, Chisos Basin Gap towards Panther Jct.


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