Dataset: EIU-
Search Criteria: Mexico; Baja California Sur; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Eastern Illinois University, Stover-Ebinger Herbarium


EIU
Cyperus niger Ruiz & Pav.
EIU010549Zika, P. F.   147721999-12-20
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Small canyon 1 km W of Sol de Mayo, WNW of Santiago, foothills of Sierra de la Laguna., 23.5 -109.8, 250m

EIU
EIU010580Dominguez, M.   26001998-10-12
México, Baja California Sur, La Paz, Arroyo cerca de la antena de Micro hondas Carrizal, km 7 carr, a T. Sanrtos, 23.833333 -110.25, 200m

EIU
EIU010582Jose Luis Leon de la Luz   89381997-10-23
México, Baja California Sur, Mulegé, cerro ca. del Rancho San Francisco, 27.580652 -113.016236, 1300m

EIU
Cyperus dioicus I.M. Johnston
EIU010720Rebman, Jon P.   13951992-05-22
Mexico, Baja California Sur, along the dirt road between Colonia Purisima and San Javier, 25.616667 -111.616667

EIU
EIU010736Zika, P. F.   147761999-12-20
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Small canyon 1 km W of Sol de Mayo, WNW of Santiago, elev 250 m, foothills of Sierra de la Laguna., 23.5 -109.8, 250m

EIU
Cyperus pallidicolor (Kukenth.) G. Tucker
EIU010743Rebman, Jon P.   56811998-09-27
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Mulege, W of Mulege: along the Cumbra de San Pedro between the Ex-Mision de Guadalupe and San Juan de la Pila, 26.879444 -112.4425, 1160m

EIU
Cyperus pallidicolor (Kükenth.) G. Tucker
EIU010745Dominguez, Reymundo   19751999-10-20
México, Baja California Sur, La Paz, Rancho Los Paredones, 3 km al SE del Rancho La Concepción, 23.633333 -109.9, 600m

EIU
Cyperus pallidicolor (Kükenth.) G. Tucker
EIU010746Rebman, Jon P.   60731999-10-14
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Sierra Guadalupe: west of Mulege west of the ex-Mision Guadalupe and southwest along the Cumbra de San Pedro., 26.8667 -112.45, 1000m

EIU
Cyperus pallidicolor (Kükenth.) G. Tucker
EIU010747Rebman, Jon P.   47231997-10-30
México, Baja California Sur, Mulegé, W of Mulegé,Cumbra de San Pedro betwen ex Misión Guadalupe and San Juan de Las Pilkas, 27.416667 -112.05, 1100m

EIU
Cyperus perennis (M.E.Jones) O'Neill in C.V.Morton
EIU010764Zika, P. F.   114441991-12-24
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Bay just W of S point, N end of La Paz Bay, S. of Isla San Jose, on Isla San Francisco, Sea of Cortez, 25.83 -110.92, 5m

EIU
Cyperus perennis (M.E.Jones) O'Neill in C.V.Morton
EIU010765Jose Luis Leon de la Luz   79631996-09-25
México, Baja California Sur, La Paz, Isla Partida, Subida al Valle Alto, lado W de la Isla, 24.572743 -110.395703, 45m

EIU
Cyperus perennis (M.E.Jones) O'Neill in C.V.Morton
EIU010766Jose Luis Leon de la Luz   78551996-09-15
México, Baja California Sur, La Paz, Cerro alto al S de la Playa San Pedrito, al SE de Todos Santos, 23.384925 -110.208283, 169m

EIU
EIU010878Navarro, Jose Juan Perez   4111996-09-26
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Bahía al norte de Punta Dispensa, en el extremo sur de la isla, mpio. La Paz, B.C.S., 24.416667 -110.35, 1m

EIU
EIU010943Baker, Marc A.   87411992-03-03
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Rio Comondú, along road to Comondú; 14.25 road miles NE of E. Francisco Villa.; 26.05 -111.917, 26.05 -111.917, 170m

EIU
EIU011199Dominguez, M.   29002000-10-19
México, Baja California Sur, La Paz, Rancho San Antonio de la Sierra, 23.666667 -109.983333, 600m

EIU
Vachellia pacensis (Rudd & A.M.Carter) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048367Seigler, D.   117641981-06-19
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 3 km S of Pichilingue, 24.249142 -110.311167

EIU
EIU048809Rebman, Jon   43961997-10-16
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Sierra San Francisco: North of San Ignacio: Cañon San Francisco, just west of San Francisco de La Sierra., 27.59777778 -113.0247222, 1000m


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