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

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


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Oxybaphus cocineus
73732C. Wright   17231851-08-06
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Mountains at the Copper mine

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Oxybaphus comatus (Small) Weatherby
43826Rzedowski, GC   285971971-08-29
Mexico, Distrito Federal, Argentina, Sierra de Guadalupe 5 km NNW of Cuautepec, 2500m

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73733Hinds   sn1841-00-00
Mexico, Baja California, Mexico, Bay of Magdalena

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73734C. Wright   6031849-05-00
United States, Texas, United States, near Austin.

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73735C. Wright   6031849-05-00
United States, Texas, United States, near Austin.

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73736C. Wright   6041849-07-11
United States, Texas, Val Verde, Prairies of San Felipe, near Del Rio

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73737C. Wright   6721849-07-11
United States, Texas, Val Verde, Prairies of San Felipe, near Del Rio

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74540C. Wright   6041849-07-11
United States, Texas, Val Verde, Prairies of San Felipe, near Del Rio

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77635S.B. Buckley   sn
United States, Texas, McCulloch, San Saba river north of Fort Mason


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