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

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Eastern Illinois University, Stover-Ebinger Herbarium


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Pholisma arenarium Nutt. ex Hook.
EIU018774Seigler, D.   135651991-05-27
Mexico, Puebla, Puebla, 7 miles SW of intersection of Mexico route 190 and road to Puebla, near Axachipán.

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Vachellia campechiana f. campechiana (Miller) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048919Seigler, D.   
Mexico, Puebla, On road from Izucar de Matamoros to Axachiapa, at road to Chietla

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EIU048925Seigler, D.   
Mexico, Puebla, pasture at edge of Mexico 160, 2 kilometers northwest of Tepexco

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Senna galeottiana (Martens) H.S.Irwin & Barneby
EIU048971Glass, Catherine   4131997-05-30
Mexico, Puebla, Highway 150, north of Tehuacan, 18.466667 -97.433333, 1700m

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Senna galeottiana (Martens) H.S.Irwin & Barneby
EIU048972Glass, Catherine   4151997-05-30
Mexico, Puebla, West of Tehuacan and San Lorenzo, 18.45 -97.45, 1800m

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Senegalia subangulata (Rose) Britton & Rose
EIU049647Glass, Catherine   4171997-05-30
Mexico, Puebla, West of Tehuacan on really bad dirt road, west of San Lorenzo, west of Toll road, 18.45 -97.466667

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Mimosa L.
EIU000293Glass, C.   4181997-05-30
Mexico, Puebla, About 5 km down dirt road W of Tehuacan and San Lorenzo, W. of Toll road (near a rock quarry), 18.451267 -97.462017

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Mimosa L.
EIU000294Glass, C.   4181997-05-30
Mexico, Puebla, About 5 km down dirt road W of Tehuacan and San Lorenzo, W. of Toll road (near a rock quarry), 18.451267 -97.462017

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Mariosousa salazarii (Britton & Rose) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU000327Seigler, David S.   DS-126931986-07-05
Mexico, Puebla, 29 mi SE of Acatlan on Hwy 190

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Mariosousa salazarii (Britton & Rose) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU000328Seigler, David S.   DS-126941986-07-05
Mexico, Puebla, Las Sidras on Hwy 190. Near Oaxaca border

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Mariosousa salazarii (Britton & Rose) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU000329Seigler, David S.   DS 139871993-07-20
Mexico, Puebla, 13 km NW of Acatlan on Hwy 190


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