Dataset: NPS-FOLA
Taxa: Apocynaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Fort Laramie National Historic Site


NPS:FOLA
848Nelson, B. E.   335961994-08-08
United States, Wyoming, Goshen, Southern Powder River Basin/ Southeastern Plains: Southeastern Plains: Fort Laramie National Historic Site: along the Laramie River W of the fort ca 2.5 air mi WSW of Fort Laramie (town); ca 21.5 air mi WNW of Torrington., 42.20127 -104.56497, 1289m

NPS:FOLA
Asclepias pumila (Gray) Vail
846Nelson, B. E.   336361994-08-08
United States, Wyoming, Goshen, Southern Powder River Basin/ Southeastern Plains: Southeastern Plains: Fort Laramie National Historic Site: below the Fort Laramie Canal ca 2.5 air mi WSW of Fort Laramie (town); ca 20.5 air mi WNW of Torrington., 42.19628 -104.5567, 1298m

NPS:FOLA
843Nelson, B. E.   320651994-06-23
United States, Wyoming, Goshen, Southern Powder River Basin/ Southeastern Plains: Southeastern Plains: Fort Laramie National Historic Site: along the Laramie River ca .5 mi E of the old fort, ca 1.7 air mi SW of Fort Laramie (town); ca 21 air mi NW of Torrington N1/2 S28., 42.20235 -104.54822, 1289m

NPS:FOLA
844Nelson, B. E.   331151994-07-20
United States, Wyoming, Goshen, Southern Powder River Basin/ Southeastern Plains: Southeastern Plains: Fort Laramie National Historic Site: S of the Laramie River along the N side of the Fort Laramie Canal, ca 2 air mi SW of Fort Laramie (town); ca 21 air mi NW of Torrington. SW1/4 S28, 42.19595 -104.55032, 1298m

NPS:FOLA
Heidel, Bonnie   23552003-07-17
United States, Wyoming, Goshen, Southeastern Plains: Goshen Hole: Fort Laramie National Historic Site: southern BLM teact ca 1.7 air mi SW of Fort Laramie (town). SW1/4 SE1/4 S28, 42.20231 -104.54914


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