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

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Fort Laramie National Historic Site


NPS:FOLA
Humulus lupulus var. neomexicanus A. Nels. & Cockerell
Heidel, Bonnie   25682004-05-29
United States, Wyoming, Goshen, Southeastern Plains; Fort Laramie National Historic Site, south side of Laramie River, ca 2.5 air miles SW of Fort Laramie (town)., 42.19978 -104.56429

NPS:FOLA
Humulus lupulus var. neomexicanus A. Nels. & Cockerell
846Nelson, B. E.   336071994-08-08
United States, Wyoming, Goshen, Southern Powder River Basin/ Southeastern Plains: Southeastern Plains: Fort Laramie National Historic Site: along the Laramie River W of the fot ca 2.5 air mi WSW of Fort Laramie (town); ca 21.5 air mi WNW of Torrington. NE1/4 S29, 42.20253 -104.56893, 1289m

NPS:FOLA
Humulus lupulus var. neomexicanus A. Nels. & Cockerell
Dorn, Robert   99242004-07-29
United States, Wyoming, Goshen, Near mouth of Deer Creek., 42.19833 -104.55833, 1280m


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