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

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Eastern Illinois University, Stover-Ebinger Herbarium


EIU
V.H. Chase   74451939-07-13
Mexico, Hidalgo, Jacala, Municipio Jacala. elevation 4500 ft., 21.008869 -99.190949, 1372m

EIU
V.H. Chase   72601939-07-01
Mexico, Hidalgo, Jacala, Municipality Jacala, 5000 ft.

EIU
Cyperus niger Ruiz & Pav.
EIU010547Zika, P. F.   153622000-08-16
Mexico, Hidalgo, Acaxochitlán, Mex Rt 130, 1 km W of turnoff to Acaxochitlan., 20.154267 -98.218163, 2195m

EIU
Cyperus pallidicolor (Kükenth.) G. Tucker
EIU010742Zika, P. F.   153582000-08-16
Mexico, Hidalgo, El Abra; jct of Mexico routes 138 and 132; 5 km from Tulancingo, 20.1106 -98.333, 2194m

EIU
linum L.
EIU021527Mosquin T.   66161967-07-26
Mexico, Hidalgo, 33.8 miles southwest of Tamazunchale. Common on clay bank of road cut at 4,700 ft.

EIU
Vachellia schaffneri (S. Watson) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048341Glass, C.   4041997-05-27
Mexico, Hidalgo, 20.2336 -99.778933, 2440m

EIU
EIU049457FAO   L-511972-07-19
Mexico, Hidalgo, Edge of Tehuetlan, highway storage area, Route 105, 21.056571 -98.499947

EIU
EIU049568FAO   L-431972-07-19
Mexico, Hidalgo, near Tehuetlan, Route 105

EIU
EIU049569FAO   L-501972-07-19
Mexico, Hidalgo, Tehuetlan, Route 105., 21.056651 -98.505269

EIU
EIU049570FAO-L-61   1972-07-19
Mexico, Hidalgo, Huasteca, 82.2 km. southwest of Tempoal, Veracruz on Molango Highway

EIU
Senegalia subsessilis Britton & Rose
EIU049650Glass, C.   4051997-05-27
Mexico, Hidalgo, 20.52035 -99.818333, 1720m

EIU
Senegalia subsessilis Britton & Rose
EIU049651Glass, C.   4061997-05-27
Mexico, Hidalgo, 20.52035 -99.818333, 1720m

EIU
Senegalia subsessilis Britton & Rose
EIU049652Glass, C.   4071997-05-27
Mexico, Hidalgo, 20.52035 -99.818333, 1720m

EIU
Acacia adenanthera Glass and Seigler
EIU049653Glass, C.   4091997-05-27
Mexico, Hidalgo, Near the Tula River, 20.577217 -99.3425, 1880m


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