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

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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Zephyranthes candida (Lindl.) Herb.
BRYV0022003Larry C. Higgins   275332006-09-14
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, St. George., 850m

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BRYV0022019Walter S. Judd   25781980-03-11
U.S.A., Florida, Clay, Fl. 2009 ca. 0.5 mi. ne. of Fl. Rt. 315, just n of Peters Creek, ca. 2 mi. se. of Russell.

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Zephyranthes candida (Lindl.) Herb.
BRYV0022004Larry C. Higgins   279172007-09-10
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, St. George., 850m

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BRYV0022013Robert A. Norris   64061992-04-10
U.S.A., Georgia, Sumter, N side of Lower River Rd, just NW of Po Joe Branch, ca 6 (air) mi. N, and slightly W of Leslie., 91m

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BRYV0022014Sears   16931978-05-24
U.S.A., New Mexico, Lea, 3.5 mi. N of Maljamar along Hwy. 31., 1326m

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BRYV0022015R. G. Engard   10481977-07-17
U.S.A., Arizona, Pima, 50 yards north of Santa Rita Experimental Range Study plot 29., 1006m

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BRYV0022016Loran C. Anderson   57531982-03-19
U.S.A., Florida, Leon, Hiway 90 just W of county line.

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Zephyranthes candida (Lindl.) Herb.
BRYV0022017Robert A. Norris   59491989-10-05
U.S.A., Georgia, Sumter, Alongside Upper River Rd, ca 7 mi. ENE of Americus. Near abandoned house site.

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BRYV0022018Bill Steele   1851993-04-03
U.S.A., South Carolina, Colleton, E end of unpaved road (1.5 miles long) which parallels US 17 Seaboard Coast Line Railroad, near intersection of Co. Rd. 26.

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BRYV0022012K. Heil   19921984-05-20
U.S.A., New Mexico, Eddy, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, just N of the Lefthook Canyon on the flats below.

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BRYV0022010M. A. Franklin   57791988-01-02
Mexico, Baja California, Baja California Norte. Along Pacific coast ca 8 mi SW of Rosarito, 42 mi N of Guerro Negro.

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BRYV0022011J. Van Cott   17061972-06-12
Mexico, Nuevo Le—n, 20 miles west of Monterrey, north of Garcia.

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Zephyranthes candida (Lindl.) Herb.
BRYV0022009W. C. McClatchey   7281994-02-14
Fiji, Rotuma, ItuÕtiÕu, Rotuma.

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BRYV0022005Stanley L. Welsh   248511991-07-02
French Polynesia, Raiatea. Avera, east coast.

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Zephyranthes candida (Lindl.) Herb.
BRYV0025294R. Dale Thomas   1241471991-06-16
U.S.A., Louisiana, St. Martin, Roadbank of La. 94 just west of La. 31 at railroad tracks west of Breaux Bridge.

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Zephyranthes candida (Lindl.) Herb.
BRYV0025293F. H. Sargent   94231967-09-09
U.S.A., Mississippi, Harrison, Pass Christian. Roadside.

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BRYV0025290W. L. McCart   59131956-11-11
U.S.A., Texas, Gonzales, Rutledge Farm, ca. two miles northwest of Ottine.

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BRYV0025289William B. Fox   13381948-04-18
U.S.A., North Carolina, Wake, Swift Creek, 2 miles south of Macedonia.

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BRYV0025288Larry C. Higgins   89711974-07-10
U.S.A., New Mexico, Guadalupe, 12 airline miles north of Santa Rosa near the Pecos River.

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BRYV0025287Larry C. Higgins   90181974-07-12
U.S.A., New Mexico, Guadalupe, 7 airline miles northwest of Santa Rosa.

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BRYV0025286R. G. Engard   5781975-07-25
Mexico, Chihuahua, 23 miles south of Ciudad Juarez on Mexico Hwy. 45 near Samalayuca., 1207m

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BRYV0025285J. W. Taylor   s.n.1967-04-19
U.S.A., North Carolina, Union, In roadside field, 3.6 miles southeast of Jct. of county roads 1501 and 1503, on 1503.

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Zephyranthes candida (Lindl.) Herb.
BRYV0025284R. Dale Thomas   257491971-09-22
U.S.A., Louisiana, Grant, Roadbank of US 165, s. of Georgetown.

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BRYV0025283Nancy C. Coile   49221989-03-31
U.S.A., Georgia, Early, Along GA Hwy. 62 at Rock Hill Community. About 3/4 mi. e. of Chancey Mill Road.

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BRYV0025296Edna Snow   475S1938-05-06
Mexico, Chalpulhuacan., 2134m

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BRYV0025295Cyrus G. Pringle   103731907-07-08
Mexico, State of Nuevo Leon. Slopes of the Sierra Madre above above Monterrey., 823m

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Zephyranthes candida (Lindl.) Herb.
BRYV0022537Larry C. Higgins   282942008-09-05
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, St. George., 2789m


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