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

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


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Cylindropuntia imbricata (Haw.) F.M. Knuth
18889E.O. Wooton   1909-08-02
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Queen, 1798m

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Cylindropuntia imbricata (Haw.) F.M. Knuth
18890E.O. Wooton   30191904-08-18
United States, New Mexico, Rio Arriba, Near El Rito.

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Cylindropuntia imbricata (Haw.) F.M. Knuth
18891E.O. Wooton   30741905-01-31
United States, New Mexico, Doña Ana, In the Organ Mountains: Van Patten's Camp [latitude & longitude estimated; P.J. Alexander, 28 Apr 2013]., 32.324 -106.573

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Cylindropuntia imbricata (Haw.) F.M. Knuth
18893E.O. Wooton   30701904-12-22
United States, New Mexico, Dona Ana, on the mesa west of the Organ Mountains; sand hills near the college

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Cylindropuntia imbricata (Haw.) F.M. Knuth
18894E.O. Wooton   30701905-06-00
United States, New Mexico, Dona Ana, on the mesa west of the Organ Mountains; from sand hills near college; cactus garden

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Cylindropuntia imbricata (Haw.) F.M. Knuth
18895E.O. Wooton   4291892-06-00
United States, New Mexico, Doña Ana, Las Cruces.

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Cylindropuntia imbricata (Haw.) F.M. Knuth
78805M.A. Baker   13552.21999-09-09
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Gilman 7.5' USGS Topographic Quadrangle; Zia Indian Reservation; west of Peñasco Canyon; approximately 1.4km due north of Los Pinos Arroyo., 35.65 -106.87, 1975m

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Cylindropuntia imbricata (Haw.) F.M. Knuth
74919M.A. Baker and R. Woodard   151052002-12-13
United States, New Mexico, Chaves, White Flat SE USGS 7.5' topographic Quadrangle; 40 km NW of Roswell; 8 km north of Salt Creek; 9 km ENE of Cherry Canyon, 33.61 -104.875, 1325m

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74911M.A. Baker, R. Routson, and C. Moscato   155632003-09-04
United States, New Mexico, Doña Ana, Hatch 7.5' USGS topographic quadrangle; 5 km NW of Hatch, 2.7 km north of the Rio Grande River, 32.7058 -107.1758, 1305m

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Cylindropuntia spinosior (Engelm.) Knuth
18888O.B. Metcalfe   8001903-09-17
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Mangas Springs, 18 mi NW of Silver City, 1454m

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Cylindropuntia whipplei var. whipplei (Engelm. & J.M.Bigelow) F.M.Knuth
78922M.A. Baker   140552001-05-08
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Canyon Diablo, 4.2 km SSW of the confluence of Canyon Diablo Wash and the Little Colorado River, at Sunrise; 3.8 km S of Leupp (new), 35.2644 -111.0086

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Cylindropuntia spinosior (Engelm.) Knuth
78792M.A. Baker   165542007-05-02
United States, Arizona, Pima, Rincon Mts, Posta Quemado Canyon, 20 km SE of edge of Tucson, 2.5 km WSW of Papago Spring, 32.072 -110.607, 1105m

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Cylindropuntia fulgida (Engelm.) Knuth
78790M.A. Baker   162672006-07-26
United States, Arizona, Pima, Posta Quemada Canyon 7.5' USGS topographic quadrangle; Rincon Mountains, 20km SE of the edge of Tucson, 2.5km WSW of Papago Spring., 32.072 -110.607, 1103m

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Cylindropuntia kleiniae (DC.) F.M. Knuth
82704J.L. Carter and C.A. Huff   7761992-07-22
United States, Arizona, Cochise, On the banks of an intermittent stream in Guadalupe Canyon, Arizona., 1433m

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82705J.L. Carter   4681992-04-22
United States, New Mexico, Eddy, Overlooking Rocky Arroyo, on norht side of Eddy County Road 137., 1113m

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Cylindropuntia imbricata (Haw.) F.M. Knuth
82708J.L. Carter and C.A. Huff   6311992-06-02
United States, New Mexico, Chaves, In Mescalero Sands wildlife study area, 5.9 miles west of the Chaves County line along Highway 380., 1219m

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Cylindropuntia spinosior (Engelm.) Knuth
82710J.L. Carter and A.C. Chadwick   1301991-06-17
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Adjacent to New Mexico Highway 152, 9.0 miles northeast of the junction with US Highway 180., 2027m


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