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

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
77438R.L. Hartman   785502003-08-14
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Valles Caldera National Preserve: route from west base of Cerro Grande to summit, then NNE to saddle with Pajarito Mountain, then SE in Canyon de Valle to border with Santa Fe NF; 1/4 mile W of summit of Cerro Grande., 35.86798 -106.4184, 2915m

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
77436R.L. Hartman   779702003-07-18
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Valles Caldera National Preserve; Jemez Mountains trip from 7 roads to "Redondito Peak" and down the La Jara Creek to headquarters .5-.7 air mi ENE of 7 roads; N35 53.535' W106 33.219' to N35 53.450' W106 32.881', 3039m

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
72809R.L. Hartman   749452002-06-19
United States, New Mexico, Sandoval, Valles Caldera National Preserve; Jemez Mountains; Sierra de Toledo, between the Los Posos domes, 35.92802 -106.4262, 2987m

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
56673R.W. Spellenberg and D.E. Ward   95311988-06-05
United States, New Mexico, Socorro, SW corner of county in about middle part of San Mateo Mts, in Red Rock Canyon on E side of mountains, at end of road, about 1/10 mi up trail, 2134m

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
45781W.J. Hess   23311968-08-27
United States, New Mexico, Catron, The Mogollon Mts of the Gila Wilderness Gila Natn'l forest. In vicinity of Mogollon and Whitewater Baldy, Black, and Sacaton Mts. W fork of Mogollon Cr. trail from Mogollon Baldy saddle., 2743m

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
45551L.C. Higgins   75501973-07-04
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, along hwy 22 to the Santa Fe Ski Basin

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
48322P.H. Boles   sn1977-07-07
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Mimbres River, 2195m

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
39722W.J. Hess   20001968-06-18
United States, New Mexico, Grant, Black Canyon Campground, outer loop road St. Hwy. 61, 32 miles north of Mimbres, Gila National Forest., 2164m

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
51795W.L. Baker   13351979-05-26
United States, New Mexico, Taos, Sangre de Cristo Mountains: 1 1/2 mi N of Hwy 75, 3 mi E of Dixon. Trampas quad., 36.214525 -105.800812, 2195m

NMC
13561L.S. Rose   390931939-05-05
United States, California, San Diego, San Mateo Canyon, 46m

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
45094L.C. Higgins   80271973-08-04
United States, Colorado, Boulder, Gold Hill 15 mi W of Boulder

NMC
Physocarpus (Camb.) Raf.
74748P.A. Rydberg   6531892-08-02
United States, South Dakota, Fall River, Hot Springs, 1067m

NMC
Physocarpus (Camb.) Raf.
43420P.A. Rydberg   6531892-06-25
United States, South Dakota, Pennington, Rapid City, 1128m

NMC
Physocarpus (Camb.) Raf.
43419P.A. Rydberg   6541892-07-02
United States, South Dakota, Custer, Sylvian Lake and Harvey Peak, 2134m

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
81074J.L. Carter and D.J. Stevens   32982001-08-07
United States, New Mexico, Catron, Subalpine coniferous forest. Adjacent to Bursum Rd. 0.7 mi E of Silver Creek Divide, Gila National Forest., 2804m

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
83023P.J. Alexander   12672013-05-25
United States, New Mexico, Sierra, Upper Chloride Creek, east side of the north end of the Black Range, 1.1 miles south-southeast of Lookout Mountain, 0.7 miles west-northwest of the junction of Blackhawk Gulch with Chloride Creek., 33.3379 -107.8126, 2249m

NMC
Physocarpus monogynus (Torr.) Coult.
83008C.A. Huff and D. Villalba   16711994-07-19
United States, New Mexico, Catron, Adjacent to Bursum Road (FS 28), approximately 1 mile east from Silver Creek Divide. Gila National Forest., 2774m


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