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

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New Mexico State University Herbarium


NMC
63186R.W. Spellenberg, R. Corral-Díaz, T. Lebgue, and E. Muldavin   90821987-04-25
Mexico, Chihuahua, Ocampo, Parque Nacional "Cascada de Basaseachic," on the trail down from the top of the falls to the bottom, 28.1833 -108.2083, 1650m

NMC
67538R.W. Spellenberg, J.R. Bacon, L. Brouillet and E. Unzueta A.   123001995-12-26
Mexico, Durango, Durango, 62 air km S of Durango & 11 rd km SE of Las Bayas at Univ. Juarez del Estado de Durango forest research area. in deep mesic can. Reserva Ecologica "Tecolote"., 23.447 -104.858, 2680m

NMC
69727R.W. Spellenberg and R. Miller   120121994-05-23
Mexico, Chihuahua, Ocampo, Parque Nacional "Cascada de Basaseachic," to the S of the trail to Divisadero III on the E side of Park, 28.1833 -108.2083, 1950m

NMC
Pleopeltis mexicana (Fée) Mickel & Beitel
52806R.W. Spellenberg and J. Zimmerman   66881982-09-17
Mexico, Durango, Mexico, Central-western Durango, about 120 road miles NW of Santiago Papasquiaro, on road to Topia, W of Cienega Nuestra Señora, 9 km E of Canelas, 10.4 km W of fork in road to Topia, 25.1 -106.35, 2140m

NMC
54350R.W. Spellenberg and R. Soreng   76721984-04-13
Mexico, Chihuahua, Mexico, circa 11 km SSW of Gomez Farias, 1 miles W of Peña Blanca on road to Madera, N end of Sierra Choriachic, 28.33 -107.67, 2134m

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Pleopeltis riograndensis (T. Wendt) Andrews & Windham
75332P.J. Alexander   842005-03-18
United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, 2 miles W of Harshaw in a tributary of Alum Gulch, upstream of Humboldt Mine. Patagonia Mts, Coronado National Forest., 31.463841 -110.745687, 1585m


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