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

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
Bastardiastrum incanum (Brandegee) D.M.Bates
51689R.W. Spellenberg   64431982-02-19
Mexico, Sinaloa, Mexico, 22mi N of Culiacan on Mexican Hwy 15

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Bastardiastrum cinctum (Brandegee) D.M.Bates
68948A.L. Reina G., T.R. Van Devender, T.F. Daniel, G.M. Ferguson, and B.J. Skye   98-1951998-03-17
Mexico, Sonora, Soyopa, NE side of Rio Yaqui bridge on Mex. 16, just S of Tonichi, 28.5708 -109.5525, 200m

NMC
Bastardiastrum cinctum (Brandegee) D.M.Bates
70758Reina G., AL, Van Devender, TR, Krebbs, K   2001-292001-01-07
Mexico, Sonora, Soyopa, Arroyo Los Garambullos, 0.5 km SE of Rio Yaqui bridge on Mex. 16, 3.3 km S. 1.5 km E of Tonichi, 28.5694 -109.55, 180m

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Bastardiastrum hirsutiflorum (C.Presl) D.M.Bates
18383T.S. Maltby   971897-05-11
Mexico, Nayarit, Mexico, Maria Madre

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Bastardiastrum incanum (Brandegee) D.M.Bates
81831T.R. Van Devender and A.L. Reina G.   2007-172007-02-19
Mexico, Sonora, Alamos, Arroyo El Mentidero at the crossing of the El Chinal road, 11.5 kilometers (by air) south of Alamos., 26.9153 -108.9181, 240m


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Google Map

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