Dataset: BRY-V
Taxa: marrubium => Marrubium, Marrubium
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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609920Loran C. Anderson   250362010-06-25
USA, Utah, Utah, Wasatch Mtns above N end of Bald Mtn Dr of NE part of Alpine., 40.46246 -111.75095, 1611m

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BRYV0003299S. Clark   36821977-09-08
U.S.A., Arizona, Coconino, South of Jacob Caynon., 1554m

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BRYV0058239Walter Fertig   274242012-05-21
U.S.A., Utah, Sevier, Sevier Plateau: hills on east side of UT Hwy 24, ca 1.5 miles S of junction with UT Hwy 119 in Kings Meadows Canyon, ca 9 air miles E of Richfield., 38.74873 -111.92496, 1972m

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BRYV0125069Robert L. Johnson   38432015-06-04
U.S.A., Colorado, Garfield, Roan Creek Canyon, 14.8 rd mi northwest of jct with I-70 on Roan Creek Dr ( CR 201-204), De Beque. N side of Rd., 39.49648 -108.34831, 1755m

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BRYV0145988M. Hill   1482003-05-30
U.S.A., Utah, Garfield, Glen Canyon NRA, Rec Road 633, Waterhole Flat at corral., 38.02952 -110.14979, 1605m

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BRYV0176970Mark Madsen   91972017-06-02
U.S.A., Utah, Iron, Found on the far south end of the Parowan Gap Hills ca 8 air miles SW of Parowan., 37.8174 -112.9801, 1829m

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BRYV0292491Robert L. Johnson   83852022-06-09
U.S.A., Utah, Juab, East toeslope of East Tintic Mountains, O.9 rd mi east of junction with Hwy 6 (rest stop) on Road Canyon/Birch Canyon road, ca 11 air mi south of downtown Eureka., 39.80099 -112.12981, 1842m

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BRYV0292493R. Foster   74141978-09-07
U.S.A., Utah, Juab, About 2.5 mi ne of Nubolds Ranch., 39.70091 -114.01308, 2134m

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BRYV0292492Kaye H. Thorne   24871983-07-01
U.S.A., Utah, Juab, Footes Cyn., 39.73136 -111.74939, 1768m

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BRYV0292494I. E. Diehl   s.n.1913-08-10
U.S.A., Utah, Juab, DiehlÕs Botanical Garden, Robinson., 39.92661 -112.12684


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