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

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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BRYV0188812J. Henrickson   190741982-10-06
Mexico, Tamaulipas, Ca 33 air km E of Jaumave; 2-3 km N of Hwy 70 on road to Bustamente., 23.28333 -99.63333, 1750m

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Leucophyllum frutescens (Berland.) I.M.Johnst.
BRYV0188811J. Henrickson   193011982-10-10
Mexico, Nuevo Le—n, Ca 120 km S of Laredo along Hwy 85 to Monterrey, ca 11 km S of Sabinas Hidalgo.

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BRYV0191327James Henrickson   124591973-08-15
Mexico, Coahuila, About 67 (air) miles SW of Cuatro Cienegas 200 ft above the main spring, 1 1/2 miles SW of Las Delicias in E side of Sierra de las Delicias., 26.23333 -102.81666, 1219m

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BRYV0191845J. Henrickson   190731982-10-06
Mexico, Tamaulipas, Ca 33 air km E of Jaumave; 2-3 km N of Hwy 70 on road to Bustamente., 23.28333 -99.63333, 1750m

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BRYV0192745James Henrickson   152131976-08-08
Mexico, Coahuila, ± 89 miles S of Big Bend National Park basin in the S end of Sierra Santa Fe del Pino., 28.06666 -102.95, 1700m

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Leucophyllum candidum I.M. Johnst.
BRYV0192744James Henrickson   115881973-07-30
Mexico, Coahuila, 2 miles S of the La Linda-Agua Chile road at La Palma., 29.31666 -102.68333, 945m

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Leucophyllum frutescens (Berland.) I.M.Johnst.
BRYV0194549Robert Baker   15601976-09-26
U.S.A., Texas, Brewster, Ca 3 miles N of Castolon, 3 miles E of the Castolon-Panther Junction road on the River road., 183m

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Leucophyllum frutescens (Berland.) I.M.Johnst.
BRYV0194548James Henrickson   112691973-07-24
U.S.A., Texas, Presidio, At junction of highway 67 and 170 at Presidio., 29.56666 -104.36666, 789m

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Leucophyllum frutescens (Berland.) I.M.Johnst.
BRYV0296362Walter Fertig   305682015-05-31
U.S.A., Arizona, Maricopa, Sonoran Desert, Phoenix, Esteban Park, off of 32nd Street, 2.5 miles n of South Mountain, 1 mle s of Interstate 10., 33.39699 -112.0083, 344m


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