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

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
60839R.W. Spellenberg and D. Jewell   93161987-09-12
Mexico, Chihuahua, Ocampo, Parque Nacional de la Cascada de Basaseachic, in canyon below the falls, 28.1667 -108.2083, 1600m

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63478R.W. Spellenberg, R. Soreng, R. Corral-Díaz, and T. Lebgue   87131986-10-04
Mexico, Chihuahua, Ocampo, Parque Nacional Cascada de Basaseachic, 28.1833 -108.2083, 2130m

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67016M. Vizcarra   1901986-10-01
Mexico, Durango, Canelas, 20 km al S de Canelas

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68275S. González and R.W. Spellenberg   46201990-07-23
Mexico, Durango, Suchil, 1 km al N de residencia de Reserva de la Biosfera La Michilia, 2450m

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Buchnera pusilla H.B. & K.
69671T.R. Van Devender, A.L. Reina G. and W. Trauba   98-16141998-09-24
Mexico, Sonora, Yecora, Arroyo Agua Blanca, S of Cerro Mazatlan, ca. 1 km NNW of Agua Blanca, 28.5458 -108.9292, 1500m

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70651Lebgue et al   25931999-10-03
Mexico, Chihuahua, Mexico, Divisadero de Urique, 27.2353 -107.9403, 1950 - 2100m

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23886A. Chase   
United States, Indiana, Lake, detailed locality information protected

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23887A.S. Hitchcock   7841896-00-00
United States, Kansas, Crawford

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75265C.C. Deam   18951908-05-18
United States, Florida, Hillsborough, near St. Petersburg

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60989R.W. Spellenberg and D. Jewell   92311987-09-11
Mexico, Chihuahua, Guerrero, 37 km W of La Junta on road to Tomochic, 11 km E of Cienaguita

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Buchnera pusilla H.B. & K.
80530A.L. REina G., T.R. VAn Devender, A.M. van der Heiden, S. Guido S., M. Ruiz G. H. Plascencia G.   2008-6532008-11-25
Mexico, Sinaloa, Concordia, La Cuesta Blanca, la Bajada de Capomo Redondo, Comunidad La Guásima, ca. 13.2 km (by air) northeast of Concordia, 23.3897 -105.9969, 393m


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Google Map

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