Dataset: NMC-
Taxa: dicliptera => Dicliptera,Dicliptera resupinata, Dicliptera
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
Dicliptera resupinata (Vahl) Juss.
68938T.R. Van Devender, A.L. Reina G., T.F. Daniel, G.M. Ferguson and B.J. Skye   98-2551998-03-17
Mexico, Sonora, Yecora, 2.7 km WNW of Tepoca on Mex. 16; base of steep, N-facing cliffs, 28.46 -109.2633, 750m

NMC
Dicliptera resupinata (Vahl) Juss.
70101A.L. Reina G. and T.R. Van Devender   99-3591999-08-11
United States, Arizona, Pima, 13.1 km S of IH10 on AZ 13 ( the sonoita Highway), 31.8994 -110.6639

NMC
Dicliptera resupinata (Vahl) Juss.
70475Lebgue et al   26591999-11-13
Mexico, Chihuahua, Mexico, Interseccion Arroyo de Santiago con el Rio Batopilas, 6 km antes de llegar a Batopilas; UTM: 232,364/2,996,874, 27.0703 -107.6983, 550 - 600m

NMC
Dicliptera resupinata (Vahl) Juss.
70476Lebgue et al   21821999-08-20
Mexico, Chihuahua, Mexico, La Casita, 5 km al Sur de Kirare, bajando hacia Batopilas; UTM: 245,710/3,003,413, 27.1319 -107.5653, 1550 - 1600m

NMC
24931F.J. Lindheimer   10621850-00-00
United States, Texas, Comal, New Braunfels

NMC
24932A.S. Hitchcock   7891896-00-00
United States, Kansas, Cherokee

NMC
Dicliptera resupinata (Vahl) Juss.
36105C.B. Carter   8392-L1936-05-06
United States, Arizona, Pinal, vicinity of Canyon near Peppersauce Can.; Catalina Mts., 1676m

NMC
Dicliptera resupinata (Vahl) Juss.
36106C.B. Carter   sn1935-05-06
United States, Arizona, Pinal, nr. Peppersauce Canyon; Catalina Mts., 1676m

NMC
Dicliptera resupinata (Vahl) Juss.
74224L.N. Goodding   B59181G1934-11-16
United States, Arizona, Pima, Baboqurari Mts.

NMC
24933C.G. Pringle   61451895-10-12
Mexico, Jalisco, Mexico, Barranca near Guadalajara, 1524m


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