Dataset: EIU-
Search Criteria: Mexico; Chihuahua; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Eastern Illinois University, Stover-Ebinger Herbarium


EIU
Cyperus niger Ruiz & Pav.
EIU010548Peterson, P. M.   176572003-09-02
Mexico, Chihuahua, Sierra Madre Occidental. Small spring below Napuchis, slopes with Pinus., 27.4535 -107.550083, 1950m

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EIU010790Barber, D.   721986-07-22
Mexico, Chihuahua, Meadows of Rio El Durazno north of Rancho San Lorenzo. 28°10'30''N, 108°11'30''W. Elevation 1950 meters.; 28.175 -108.191667, 28.175 -108.191667, 1950m

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EIU010815Turner, R. M.   85-681985-08-17
Mexico, Chihuahua, Mesa el Campanero between Yécora, Sonora and Bermudez., 28.283889 -109.029167, 2010m

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EIU011004P.M. Peterson   175572003-08-26
Mexico, Chihuahua, Sierra Madre Occidental: Yamuco at 1 km E of Hwy towards Basihuare and Creel. 1891 m., 1891m

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EIU019888Cole   30391967-08-02
Mexico, Chihuahua, Las Palomas Springs At the springs; 31.733333 -107.616667, 31.733333 -107.616667


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Google Map

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