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

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Eastern Illinois University, Stover-Ebinger Herbarium


EIU
EIU010701Ruiz, M.   2008-0212008-07-04
Mexico, Sinaloa, Concordia, La Guásima, 23.333021 -105.973163

EIU
Cyperus surinamensis Vahl ex Kunth
EIU010831Reina, A. L.   2008-7402008-11-27
Mexico, Sinaloa, Concordia Municipio, Above Rio Panuco, near Calicanto, 13.4 km (by air) northeast of Concordia., 23.394444 -106.002222, 345m

EIU
Cyperus hermaphroditus (Jacq.) Standl.
EIU010844Sanders, A. C.   211271997-09-01
Mexico, Sinaloa, Concordia, near Cerro El Alto along Hwy 40 (Mazatlan-Durango Hwy), 3.2 km N (“east”) of El Carrizo, km post 205.5, 23.53333 -105.83667, 2000m

EIU
EIU010909Ruiz G., M.   2006-2162006-02-09
Mexico, Sinaloa, 23.663889 -106.629722, 289m

EIU
EIU010922Foreman, Tom   831970-08-02
Mexico, Sinaloa, 4 miles N of Mazatlan on the Pacific Coast., 23.323189 -106.478943, 3m

EIU
EIU010925Bowen, Jeanne   841970-08-04
Mexico, Sinaloa, 4 miles N of Mazatlan, 23.315938 -106.479973, 3m

EIU
Cyperus mutisii (H.B.K.) Griseb
EIU010961Sanders, A. C.   210771997-09-01
Mexico, Sinaloa, Concordia, along Hwy 40 (Mazatlan-Durango Hwy) at N (“east”) edge of Loberas, NW-facing slopes of Cañon Santa Maria, km post 212.5, 23.49167 -105.84167, 1940m

EIU
Cyperus canus J.Presl & C.Presl
EIU010970Reina, A. L.   2007-1792007-02-28
Mexico, Sinaloa, Concordia Municipio, Arroyo El Coco, near Rancho Coyote, Comunidad La Guasima (north-northeast of Concordia)., 23.383333 -105.983333, 340m

EIU
Cyperus canus J.Presl & C.Presl
EIU010971Ruiz, M.   2006-1822006-01-26
Mexico, Sinaloa, Arroyo El Tule, 8 km SW road Mex 15. Area Natural Protegida Meseta de Cacaxtla., 23.6075 -106.635556, 244m

EIU
EIU010981Reina, A. L.   2005-16152005-09-23
Mexico, Sinaloa, Municipio de Mazatlan, Estero El Yugo, northern part of Mazatlan. Municipio de Mazatlan.; 23.301667 -106.482778, 23.301667 -106.482778

EIU
Cyperus conglobatus Humb. ex Link
EIU011017Ruiz, M.   2006-1512006-01-26
Mexico, Sinaloa, Concordia Municipio, La Cuesta de Tuna on road to Cerro Pando, Ejido Los Ciruelos, Comunidad La Guasima (north-northeast of Concordia)., 23.637222 -106.630833, 395m

EIU
EIU024756Bowen, Jeanne   981970-08-08
Mexico, Sinaloa, Mazatlán, N of Mazatlan in sandy soil along Pacific coast.

EIU
EIU024757Foreman, Tom   471970-08-02
Mexico, Sinaloa, Mazatlán, 4 miles N of Mazatlan on the Pacific Coast.; 23.323189 -106.478943, 23.323189 -106.478943, 3m

EIU
EIU039757Bowen, Jeanne   761970-08-02
Mexico, Sinaloa, Collected 4 miles north of Mazatlan, on the Pacific Coast.

EIU
Vachellia macracantha (Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048631Janzen, D. H.   7101965-01-02
Mexico, Sinaloa, 7.5 miles northeast of Villa Union on road between Mazatlan and Durango, 55m

EIU
Vachellia macracantha (Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048633Janzen, D. H.   7071965-01-02
Mexico, Sinaloa, 7.5 miles northeast of Villa Union on road between Mazatlan and Durango, 55m

EIU
Vachellia hindsii (Benth.) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048703Janzen, D. H.   17201967-06-09
Mexico, Sinaloa, Rosario, 14.4 miles northwest of Rosario on Highway 15

EIU
Vachellia gladiata (Saff.) Seigler & Ebinger.
EIU048705Janzen, D. H.   17201967-06-09
Mexico, Sinaloa, Rosario, 14.4 miles northwest of Rosario on Highway 15

EIU
Vachellia campechiana f. campechiana (Miller) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048912Seigler, D.S.   116771981-06-13
Mexico, Sinaloa, 38 km north of Mazatlan on Highway 15

EIU
Vachellia campechiana f. campechiana (Miller) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048914Seigler, David S.   
Mexico, Sinaloa, 38 km north of Mozatlan on Highway 15

EIU
Vachellia campechiana f. campechiana (Miller) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048918Janzen, D. H.   17361967-06-09
Mexico, Sinaloa, 8.2 miles northwest of Rosario, on highway 15


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