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

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


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13488T.S. Maltby and E.G. Coghill   1101898-07-27
United States, New Mexico, San Miguel, Upper Pecos R.

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13487F. Bartlett   2041904-00-00
United States, New Mexico, San Miguel, Pecos

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13489E.O. Wooton   sn1905-07-21
United States, New Mexico, Lincoln, Dark Cañón, White Mts.

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13486Turner   1001899-07-28
United States, New Mexico, Lincoln, Eagler Creek, Gilmore's Ranch. White Mts.

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13482E.O. Wooton   sn1900-07-28
United States, New Mexico, Catron, Northwest of the Mogollon Mountains: Near Luna., 2134m

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13484E.O. Wooton   2841897-08-05
United States, New Mexico, Lincoln, White Mts., 2134m

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13485O.B. Metcalfe   2501903-07-17
United States, New Mexico, Catron/Grant, In the Mogollon Mountains, on Mogollon Creek., 2438m

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13481E.O. Wooton   sn1900-08-02
United States, New Mexico, Catron, North of the Mogollon Mountains: Eagle Peak., 2286m

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13478E.O. Wooton and P.C. Standley   33911907-08-25
United States, New Mexico, Lincoln, White Mts., 2256m

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13480E.O. Wooton   sn1901-08-24
United States, New Mexico, Otero, Cloudcroft. Sacramento Mts., 2667m

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13479E.O. Wooton   sn1901-08-24
United States, New Mexico, Otero, Cloudcroft. Sacramento Mts., 2667m

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13490E.O. Wooton   sn1906-07-13
United States, New Mexico, Catron, Ridge N of Bull Camp.

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13493E.O. Wooton   sn1899-07-27
United States, New Mexico, Otero, In the Sacramento Mountains: Toboggan.

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13491O.B. Metcalfe   11711904-07-19
United States, New Mexico, Sierra, Hillsboro Peak, 3109m

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13492F. Bartlett   sn1905-08-00
United States, New Mexico, Mora, Mora River

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13496C.C. Ellis   1431909-07-00
United States, New Mexico, Bernalillo/Sandoval, Sandia Mts., 3048m

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13497E.O. Wooton   sn1901-07-25
United States, New Mexico, Lincoln, In the White Mountains: Gilmore's Ranch., 2286m

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69333C.E. Hulbert   711921-05-00
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Gila forest, along trail near Black Peak [Black Peak is in T162S R13W sec 23. This is 4 1/2 mi NE of Pinos Altos in Grant Co. K. Bihr 8/1998], 2743m

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Holodiscus dumosus var. dumosus (S. Watson) A. Heller
72918B. Reif, B. Jacobs and E. Jacobs   24062002-07-15
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Valles Caldera National Preserve; Jemez Mountains; upper slopes on northeast side of Redondo Peak, 35.88092 -106.5485, 3158m

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Holodiscus dumosus var. dumosus (S. Watson) A. Heller
75767R.L. Hartman   782062003-07-24
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Valles Caldera National Preserve; Jemez Mountains; Puerta de Trasquilar NW up end of Trasquilar; N35 56.386' W106 29.762' to N35 56.541' W106 30.010', 2853m

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Holodiscus dumosus var. dumosus (S. Watson) A. Heller
75769B.E. Nelson   604242003-08-15
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Valles Caldera National Preserve; Jemez Mountains; along H Road for ca 1/4 mi, ca 1.5 air mi WSW of Cerro de la Garita, ca 16 air mi NW of Los Alamos, 35.9944 -106.5544, 3011m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
66403J.L. Carter and C.A. Huff   10831993-07-22
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Creek feeding into the Apache Box, 1753m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
69315C.L. Warnock   Mog 171919-07-00
United States, New Mexico, Catron, Gila Willow Mt (Sawmill) [Willow Mountain, T11S R17W Sec 11 ca 1.5 mi S of Bursum Campground - from a letter by Mr. Jerry Monzingo, Wildlife Biologist, Gila NF, to Spellenberg, 6 Dec 1995 This is ca 9mi ESE of Mogollon Catron Co C. Stubben 14 Aug 1998, 2896m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
61976J.L. Carter and M.A. Carter   9501992-10-04
United States, New Mexico, Grant, McKnight Mtn., 3098m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
61455J.L. Carter and S.M. George   1961991-06-28
United States, New Mexico, Lincoln, Montaine, Oak Grove Campground. Lincoln National Forest, 2576m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
61573C.A. Huff and S.L. Christy   7581992-07-07
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Growing adjacent to Iron Creek at Wright's Cabin Campground. Gila National Forest., 2347m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
74737W.A. Dick-Peddie, Shiffler, Burk, Baby and Goldstein   sn1967-10-07
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Taos Ski Basin, 2865m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
58185R.W. Spellenberg and M. Mahrt   102291990-06-29
United States, New Mexico, Sierra, White Sands MIssile Range, ca. 70 air km ENE of Truth or Consenquences, N end of San Andres Mts, top of Salinas Peak, 2720m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
74738E.K. Vaughan and H.R. Benham   15871935-07-12
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, 10 mi NE of Santa Fe

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
47638N.H. Holmgren and P.K. Holmgren   71741973-08-15
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Sangre de Cristo Mts, Costilla Creek, 7.8 (6 airline) miles SE of Amalia, 2591m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
48302P.H. Boles   sn1977-07-07
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Mimbres River, 2195m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
39802D.B. Dunn   81291952-06-28
United States, New Mexico, Otero, W of Cloudcroft ca. 1/4 mi, 2682m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
45741W.J. Hess   23081968-08-25
United States, New Mexico, Catron, Mogollon Mts. of the Gila Wilderness Gila Natn'l forest. In the vicinity of Mogollon and Whitewater Baldy, Black, and Sacaton Mts. Barren summit of Mogollon Baldy, 3261m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
13501W. Porter   sn1899-00-00
United States, New Mexico, San Miguel, Beulah

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Holodiscus (K. Koch) Maxim.
13504E.O. Wooton   sn1899-08-08
United States, New Mexico, Otero, In the Sacramento Mountains: Cloudcroft.

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Holodiscus discolor (Pursh) Maxim.
66505G. Quintana and E. Estrada   36911994-09-10
Mexico, Chihuahua, Madera, Laguna de Babícora; 4 km al N del Ejido La Raíz, 2300m

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58992A. Garcia, M. González and S. Acevedo   5291990-07-16
Mexico, Durango, Mexico, Cima del Cerro La Gruya, predio Las Bayas de la UJED, 3070m

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13477L.M. Umbach   7191903-08-21
United States, Montana, Lake, Belton

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13483C.H.T. Townsend and C.M. Barber   1441899-07-19
Mexico, Chihuahua, Mexico, near Colonia García in the Sierra Madres, 2256m

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Holodiscus boursieri (Carr.) Rehd.
74739E.K. Balls   155831950-09-01
United States, California, Plumas, Long Lake, above E shore toward Mt. Elwell, 2103m

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Holodiscus discolor var. dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Maxim. ex Coult.
34825Moeller   2861935-08-15
United States, Arizona, Graham, Heliograph Tower, Pinaleno Mts., 3109m

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Holodiscus discolor var. dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Maxim. ex Coult.
34826Moeller   2861935-08-15
United States, Arizona, Graham, Heliograph Tower, Graham Mts., 3109m

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13498J.W. Brewer Jr.   1080/17091941-06-00
United States, Arizona, Navajo, Betatakin Canyon, Navajo Nat. Monument

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
40867S.W. Hutchinson   75621937-09-10
United States, Arizona, Graham, Webb Peak, Mt. Graham, 3048m

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13503G.E. Osterhout   sn1907-08-08
United States, Colorado, Grand, Sulphur Springs

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Holodiscus (K. Koch) Maxim.
34827Kessler   12131936-07-01
United States, Arizona, Graham, Upper Grant Reek, 2865m

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Holodiscus (K. Koch) Maxim.
34830C.B. Carter   sn1936-09-01
United States, Arizona, Coconino, Miller Canyon, Huachuca Range

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
81606D.L. Anderson and M. Howard   85072009-06-16
United States, New Mexico, Sierra, White Sands Missile Range: Salinas Peak along road near top, San Andres Mountains., 2670m

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Holodiscus dumosus (Nutt. ex Hook.) Heller
84243K.D. Heil and M. Heil   348982013-06-22
United States, New Mexico, Lincoln, Lincoln National Forest. Capitan Mountains. Forest Service Road 56 about 2 miles above Capitan Gap. Burned area with numerous dead trees., 33.6163 -105.4541, 2661m


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