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

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Eastern Illinois University, Stover-Ebinger Herbarium


EIU
Dodonaea viscosa (L.) Jacq.
EIU010375Seigler, D. S.   136391991-06-03
Mexico, Guanajuato, 3 mi from junction to san Miguel Allende, 17 miles from Guanajuato

EIU
Vachellia schaffneri (S. Watson) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048335Seigler, D.   13094e1990-12-14
Mexico, Guanajuato, Rancho San Cristobal, road to San Diego de Alejandria from San Francisco del Rincon

EIU
Vachellia schaffneri (S. Watson) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048336Seigler, D.   13095e1990-12-14
Mexico, Guanajuato, Rancho San Cristobal, road to San Diego de Alejandria from San Francisco del Rincon

EIU
Vachellia schaffneri (S. Watson) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048339Seigler, D.   13086e
Mexico, Guanajuato, 8 km east of Acambaro

EIU
Prosopis laevigata (Willd.) M.C.Johnst.
EIU000103Seigler, David S.   136291991-05-30
Mexico, Guanajuato, Leon, 14 mi. NW of León on road to Lagos de Moreno, Guanajuato., 21.11864 -101.68117


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