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

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
70030R.W. Spellenberg   131522001-03-17
United States, Arizona, Pima, Avra valley Road 4 km E of Trico Rd, Ca 20 km NW of Tucson, 32.3953 -111.2567, 760m

NMC
71268T.R. Van Devender and A.L. Reina G.   2003-5382003-04-13
Mexico, Sonora, Nacozari de Garcia, Nacozari de Garcia, 30.3694 -109.6828, 1134m

NMC
11519F. Wilson   sn1894-06-25
United States, Connecticut, Hartford, Rocky Hill

NMC
11520L. Andrews   561895-07-09
United States, Connecticut, Hartford, Southington

NMC
11522C.H. Bissell   15-1321895-07-11
United States, Connecticut, Hartford, Southington

NMC
64924J.R. Reeder and C.G. Reeder   76961985-03-11
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, ca. 8 km southwest of Patagonia near "Johnny Ward Randh" historical marker on State Hwy. 83, 1190m

NMC
79756A.L. Reina G., T.R. Van Devender   2006-14192007-12-30
Mexico, Sonora, Magdalena, Southern edge of Magdalena, 30.6153 -111, 745m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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