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

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
37777R.W. Spellenberg, L. Brouillet, and T.K. Todsen   126131998-08-15
Mexico, Sonora, Yecora, 6. 5 km E of Yecora on Mex. Hwy 16 at KM marker 287, 28.385 -108.8762, 1760m

NMC
74230F. Shreve   sn1903-05-10
Jamaica, Mount Diablo

NMC
Anemia hirsuta (L.) Sw.
45211C.G. Pringle   157091909-10-11
Mexico, Morelos, Mexico, Near Cuernavaca, 1524m

NMC
Anemia mexicana Klotzsch
74231F.J. Lindheimer   12721849-11-00
United States, Texas, Comal, Comanche Spring: New Braunfels, etc.

NMC
45196C.G. Pringle   117721903-10-17
Mexico, Jalisco, Mexico, Barranca of Guadalajara, 1372m

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78667T.R. Van Devender, A.L. Reina G., M.A. Dimmitt, and B.E. Loyola R.   2006-12032006-10-05
Mexico, Sonora, Alamos, Barranca Pozo Azul above junction with Arroyo Santa Barbara, ca. 3 km S of Rancho Santa Barbara (east-northeast of Alamos), 27.0944 -108.7208, 900m


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