Dataset: NMC-
Taxa: Polemoniaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

Page 10, records 901-930 of 930

New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
57813R.W. Spellenberg   99591989-07-07
Mexico, Coahuila, Mexico, 28.9958 -102.6125, 2350m

NMC
Linanthus rosaceus (Hook.f.) Greene
21468L.S. Rose   382021938-04-26
United States, California, Alameda, Patterson Pass, 335m

NMC
67010M. Vizcarra   1981986-01-10
Mexico, Durango, Canelas, 20 km al S de Canelas

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53313R.W. Spellenberg   64181982-02-16
Mexico, Jalisco, Mexico, 11 mi. SW of Autlan toward La Huerta on Mex. Hwy. 80 about 1/2 mi. past Puerto de San Marcos

NMC
45146C.G. Pringle   139951907-11-13
Mexico, Distrito Federal, Argentina, Sierra de Ajusco, 2591m

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50710R.W. Spellenberg, R. Soreng and D.E. Ward   59511980-10-26
Mexico, Chihuahua, Mexico, above Aguiles Serdan

NMC
21479C.F. Baker   5411899-04-14
United States, New Mexico, San Juan, Aztec

NMC
14748D.B. Dunn   82011952-06-29
United States, New Mexico, Otero, between Mayhill and Weed, 2103m

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35127D.B. Dunn   81151952-06-28
United States, New Mexico, Otero, S of Mt. Park ca 5 mi W of Cloudcroft, 2103m

NMC
41618F. Ramaley   163571938-06-06
United States, Colorado, Morgan, Brush

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Phlox tenuis Wooton & Standl.
51466J.V. Enzie   381953-07-19
United States, Texas, Burleson, 2 mi N of Caldwell

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Polemonium glabrum J.P.Davidson
52351R.W. Spellenberg and J. Zimmerman   66681982-09-17
Mexico, Durango, Mexico, About 120 road mi NW of Santiago Papasquiaro, on road to Topia, W of Cienega Nuestra Senora, 16 km E of Canelas, 3.4 km W of fork in road to Topia, 25.1 -106.35, 2550m

NMC
21579W. Porter   sn1899-00-00
United States, New Mexico, San Miguel, Beulah

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21580T.S. Maltby and E.G. Coghill   581898-07-08
United States, New Mexico, Mora/San Miguel, Upper Pecos River.

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215778E.O. Wooton   sn1901-07-27
Lincoln, New Mexico, USA, Gilmore's Ranch; in the White Mountains, 2286m

NMC
21590P.C. Standley   42901908-07-11
United States, New Mexico, Mora, Pecos River National Forest [Pecos District of Santa Fe National Forest]: Pecos Baldy., 3658m

NMC
21587F. Bartlett   1491904-07-00
United States, New Mexico, San Miguel, Pecos

NMC
21586P.C. Standley   48471908-08-08
United States, New Mexico, Mora/San Miguel, Beatty's Cabin; in the Pecos River National Forest, 2743m

NMC
21589P.C. Standley   40711908-06-30
United States, New Mexico, San Miguel, Rio Pecos above Winsor's Ranch; in the Pecos River National Forest, 2591m

NMC
21588C.F. Baker   5441899-08-05
United States, Colorado, Mineral, Near Pagosa Peak., 2743m

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21600L.M. Umbach   2091903-06-29
United States, Montana, Glacier, Midvale

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21606A. Nelson and E. Nelson   55261899-06-28
United States, Wyoming, Park, Yellowstone National Park: Golden Gate.

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21559C.F. Baker, F.S. Earle, and S.M. Tracy   2741898-07-01
United States, Colorado, Montezuma, West La Plata Mountains, Bob Creek., 3048m

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Saltugilia splendens (Douglas ex H. Mason & A.D. Grant) L.A. Johnson
84055K. Heil and J.M. Porter   327852010-08-18
United States, California, San Bernardino, State Highway 38. Mile marker 34.7. Upper Santa Ana River Drainage., 34.1697 -116.7696, 2205m

NMC
52812D.E. Ward and R.D. Worthington   81-3791981-07-16
Mexico, Chihuahua, Mexico, About 30 mi N of Cd. Chihuahua, W of Mex Hwy. 45, W of Boca del Potrero in mountains (opposite the junction to El Sauz on Hwy. 45), 7.5 rd miles W of Bella Vista on road to Mennonite camps, on Mesa la Boquilla, 29.075 -106.4917, 2000m

NMC
76978L.S. Rose   391971939-06-05
United States, California, Butte, Honcut, 30m

NMC
Gilia lemmoni A. Gray
21411S.B. Parish   22301891-05-15
United States, California, San Bernardino, mesas near San Bernardino

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Gilia lemmoni A. Gray
76889S.B. Parish   59231906-06-02
United States, California, San Bernardino, San Bernardino Valley, 366m

NMC
21599C.F. Baker   5451899-07-12
United States, Colorado, Archuleta, Piedra.

NMC
66776C. Pase   35471990-11-19
United States, New Mexico, Otero, Lincoln Nat. Forest; FR 63, 2256m


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