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

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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609175Mark Madsen   48912010-05-04
USA, Utah, Washington, Dixie National Forest. Found north of Cave Mtn. Bull Valley Mtns. Pine Valley RD., 37.4389 -113.8174, 1859m

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BRYV0156986N. Duane Atwood   329692010-04-21
U.S.A., Arizona, Mohave, Arizona Strip. Virgin Narrows S. of St. George on N side of Hwy in bottom of Canyon and slopes.

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BRYV0156987N. Duane Atwood   330462010-05-14
U.S.A., Arizona, Mohave, Arizona Strip. Summit of Limekiln Canyon., 36.63776 -114.01145, 1488m

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BRYV0003045R. G. Swinney   10491B2009-04-24
U.S.A., California, Los Angeles, Transverse Ranges; San Gabriel Mtns./ Mojave Desert: Littlerock Creek, ca 200 mi. below (north of) Littlerock Creek Dam., 34.49083 -118.02444, 963m

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BRYV0003044R. G. Swinney   10491A2009-04-24
U.S.A., California, Los Angeles, Transverse Ranges; San Gabriel Mtns./ Mojave Desert: Littlerock Creek, ca 200 m below (north of) Littlerock Creek Dam., 34.49083 -118.02444, 963m

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BRYV0024518James F. Smith   95402011-06-15
U.S.A., Idaho, Gem, Timber Flat Road., 44.21486 -116.26246, 1109m

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BRYV0039410David Keil   201251987-05-06
U.S.A., California, San Luis Obispo, Hwy 229 ca 1/2 mile north of junction highway 58.

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BRYV0135062Gary I. Baird   23491986-04-21
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Bull Dog Knolls, Beaver Dam Mts, at the state line. On Pakoon & Callville fms., 853m

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BRYV0135063Gary I. Baird   21761986-03-29
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Beaver Dam Wash, S side of the mouth Little Bull Valley Wash., 899m

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BRYV0135064Larry C. Higgins   192011997-03-22
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Beaver Dam Wash just south of Lytle Ranch Preserve.

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BRYV0151434Arnold Tiehm   172862016-04-29
U.S.A., Nevada, Nye, DVNM, Grapevine Mts, 17.9 road miles W of Highway 95 on the road to Phinney Canyon., 36.96861 -117.07943, 1737m

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BRYV0167780R. G. Swinney   148242011-05-24
U.S.A., California, Los Angeles, San Gabriel Mountains: to 0.3 mi. S of Aliso Canyon Rd, c. 0.65 miles E of Bear Trap Cyn, 2 miles W of Angeles Forest Hwy (Pacifico Mt. 7.5Õ)., 34.42805 -118.11666, 1049 - 1061m

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BRYV0152840Robert L. Johnson   55782018-04-04
U.S.A., Arizona, Pima, Santa Rita Mts, mouth of Florida Canyon. Just beyond parking area at terminus of Greaterville Rd (NF-62A). Ca 10 air mi se of Green Valley., 31.76305 -110.84557, 1308m

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BRYV0167237Ayzik Solomeshch   2009-04-26
U.S.A., California, San Diego, Cuyamaca Lake, 0.5 km south of intersection of Hwy 79 and Sunrise Highway., 33.0075 -116.56111, 1415m

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BRYV0167361Ayzik Solomeshch   2009-04-26
U.S.A., California, San Diego, Cuyamaca Lake, 0.5 km south of intersection of Hwy 79 and Sunrise Highway., 33.0075 -116.56111, 1415m

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BRYV0149715Mark Madsen   88492017-04-04
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Lower Moody Wash about 5 air miles WNW of Veyo, Utah., 37.3924 -113.72904, 1295m

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BRYV0233238Mark Madsen   88632017-04-05
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Found about 1 air mile NE of Danish Ranch and about 8 miles W of Leeds. S end of Pine Valley Mountain. Pine Valley Road., 37.26712 -113.42433, 1402m

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BRYV0225473Larry Kelly   1691988-05-21
U.S.A., California, Madera, Bass Lake, Crane Valley campground.

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BRYV0259433Robert L. Johnson   61302019-04-08
U.S.A., Nevada, Clark, North side of Virgin Mountains, mouth of Cabin Canyon, near White Rock Campground. Ca 9.5 air mi south of downtown Mesquite., 36.66679 -114.06897, 1237m

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BRYV0270460Arnold Tiehm   157382009-04-28
U.S.A., Nevada, Lincoln, Clover Mts, main road between SamÕs Camp Well and East Pass., 37.83941 -114.20952, 1661m

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BRYV0288514Robert L. Johnson   81282022-03-17
U.S.A., California, Ventura, Topatopa Mountains, west side of Lake Piru-Piru Creek, 2.6 rd mi north of jct with Dominguez Canyon Rd on Piru Canyon Rd, ca 6 air mi nne of downtown Piru., 34.49688 -118.7593, 427m


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